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We had nearly 400 people attend One & All activities throughout last week. The program is back and better than ever with nine activities that are fun and are designed to be inclusive for all ages and abilities.

On Tuesday 39 children, parents and carers attended cricket hosted by the Esperance Junior Cricket association, thanks to Jacob Spurr for coordinating the session. Later that day 59 participants tested their building skills at Brick Club, Escare hosted this session and it was enjoyed by all who attended.

On Wednesday 37 people attended the Squash clinic, thanks to Bron and Karen from the Esperance Squash Club. Then 41 people attended Badminton with Trish, Kathy and Shelley from the Esperance Badminton Association hosting the clinic.

On Thursday morning  64 people attended a Prop Making Workshop thank you to Community Arts. That afternoon 72 people took part in some serious table tennis action with Richard, Christine and the members of the Esperance Table Tennis Club teaching everyone some new skills.

More than 80 people attended Beach Investigator at Twilight Beach on Friday thanks to Dillon from South Coast Natural Resource Management for running the session. Samba Drumming is on next week, contact Esperance Community Arts to register or for more information.

We had around 30 people drop by the library to create their own bookmark to say thank you to volunteers and about 20 people participate in the ‘Colour Me’ Storytime.