Colours brighten Karratha Youth Week celebrations
Youth Week in the City of Karratha began in a burst of colour last week.
Hundreds of young people flocked to Cattrall Park on Friday to open the week-long celebrations with a Colour Fest featuring an obstacle course colour run, jumping castles and games.
Australian Ninja Warrior contestant Jack Wilson was a star drawcard and the event also featured stalls from youth service groups through the district which collectively organised the event.
Other Youth Week events in the city area include a mental strength talk, titled Mind Matters, from Wilson and street parties at Roebourne PCYC and the Youth Shed Karratha tomorrow and Friday in the afternoon respectively. The events are all part of WA Youth Week which runs from April 13-22.
The themes of this year’s celebrations is Illuminate — Djoondal Djoomba, focusing on young people’s strengths, bright futures and positive mental health.
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