For parents who are thinking what their children can do these school holidays, Orange PCYC has released two weeks worth of fun activities.
PCYC manager Jaime Wenban said she is looking forward to seeing the children back at the club.
"I'm very excited to have the school holiday program run because during the lockdown we were secluded so it's good to get back to normal," she said.
"It also gives parents an option to have their kids participate in other activities and not be stuck at home."
Mrs Wenban said children will broken up into groups to make sure they are adhering to the government regulations.
"We want to make sure the children will not only play safe but also be safe at the PCYC," she said.
"We are asking parents to sign in their children before the day commences, to prepare morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea and bring a water bottle, strictly no food sharing will take place and we will have scheduled hand washing times."
The program will start on July 6 with a GTKU games and gymnastics from 8:30am till 5:30pm.
"I'm most excited about the mini Olympics activities because we haven't done something like this before and it seems like it will be a lot of fun," Mrs Wenban said.
"We have had a number of calls and we're still have room to take on more children."
The PCYC school holiday program is for children aged from kindergarten to year 6 and costs $40 if pre-booked or $50 per day if booked during the school holidays.
"We are encouraging parents to call the PCYC to book a spot or send a Facebook message to reduce physical contact," Mrs Wenban said.
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