Calling out for young creatives

4 March 2020|Community News| Off Comments off on Calling out for young creatives|

THE Glenorchy Youth Task Force is on the hunt for local youth with creative flare to get involved in the second annual Market in the Carpark Twilight Festival.

Following the success of last year’s inaugural event, the Glenorchy Youth Task Force are once again collaborating with the youth advisory groups of Hobart, Derwent Valley and Clarence councils to deliver an even bigger and better festival for 2020.

Held in conjunction with Youth Week, which runs from 2-8 April, the market will be just one of a number of similar events organised and run by youth across Tasmania, all revolving around the theme of ‘stand as one.’

Market in the Carpark Twilight Festival will once again exhibit local creativity among our young people through music, food and community spirit activities.

The festival will be held on Friday 3 April from 3.30pm to 7pm in Glenorchy City Council’s rear carpark and overflowing onto the front lawns at 374 Main Road, Glenorchy.

Glenorchy Youth Task Force is seeking expressions of interest from young people (aged 12 to 25) who would like to have a stall, provide entertainment and more.

For more information and how to apply, keep an eye on the Facebook pages of Glenorchy City Council and the Glenorchy Youth Task Force or contact Laurel Cuff, community development officer – children, youth and families at Glenorchy City Council, on 6216 6800 or gccmail@gcc.tas.gov.au.

Caption: The 2019 Market in the Carpark Twilight Festival.

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