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Lismore City Council and the Goonellabah Sports & Aquatic Centre invite the community to visit the facility tomorrow, Saturday, 29 July for a range of free and fun fitness activities at GSAC.

The Fit Together program is designed to encourage families to have fun and get active. Families can drop into GSAC anytime between noon and 3pm this Saturday and take part is a variety of activities.

Between noon and 2pm, Jono Miller will facilitate free family social sports and games, where kids can take on their parents or work as a team to hit the highest score.  During this free session light refreshments will be provided.

Pumping up the action 

From 2pm to 3pm Fitness Kidz will be pumping up the action with their suite of active entertainment games. During this time parents can choose to stay with their children or take some time for themselves to enjoy either boxing or a women’s wellness class.

The free women’s wellness class will be facilitated by mumsafe trainers who can help women exercise safely, aware of the various life stages that may have impacted their bodies. Alternatively, there will be a free boxing class delivered by Switch Gym available for men and women.

Teens attending the day with their family can participate in the family social sports and from 2pm access a free swim pass or attend one of the classes with their parent.

There is limited creche available for those up to 4-years-old.

You can register online to secure a spot or sign up on the day.

More Fit Together family fun days will be held on 26 August and 16 September. Fit Together is funded by the NSW Government and supported by Council.

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