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Now in their 11th year, the Johnson’s Baby Sense Seminars are back to deliver the latest parenting advice for new and soon to be parents. The expert speaker panel will share invaluable insights and guidance for all parents embarking on this very special but sometimes challenging journey. This year’s industry professionals are Meg Faure (occupational therapist and Baby Sense co-author), Sr Ann Richardson (specialist nurse practitioner, author and parent coach), Tina Otte (midwife and special editor of Your Pregnancy magazine) and paediatrician, Dr Claudia Gray.
Mr Price Pro Ballito festival goers will be treated to two days of hair-raising competition (July 5 &6) at the Mr Price Pro Extreme Park BMX and skateboarding competitions. KZN’s best skateboarders and BMX pro’s will be showcasing their phenomenal talent and skills at the Mr Price Pro Extreme Sports Park and all budding athletes are welcomed to join in the fun with the added chance of winning their way into the competition finals.
The Riverside Sports Club in Durban was a buzz this Youth Day with approximately 750 children between six and 13 participating in its annual Spur Riverside Festival of Mini Hockey. The event, with 91 teams taking part, continues to be KZN’s biggest mini hockey festival with 2014 being the best turnout to date. Well over half of the teams came from Durban North clubs, Riverside and Northwood Crusaders. A new team, North Coast Hockey Club, joined this year’s festivities and were thrilled to be involved in the safe, friendly environment.
Durban Green Corridor’s Youth Trail Running Champions, as well as children from up to 11 surrounding schools, took to the trails on Youth Day to do a gruelling 10km run through the Inanda Dam area to show their respect for this important day. The run was followed by traditional Zulu dance and music performances at this magical setting.