THE Tilligerry Youth Community Action group (TYCA) are set to host another event of their popular Snack’n’Rap events.
TYCA are a not-for-profit volunteer run organisation running Youth programs in Port Stephens, with the goal of empowering youth to fulfil their potential.
18 February will see the next Snack’N’Rap take place on the Tilligerry peninsula at 11am at Mallabula Skate Park.
The Snack’N’Rap event is a gold coin donation, which gives you a sausage sandwich and a can of drink, as well as the day’s entertainment and fun.
TYCA partner with UP&UP and Newcastle Scratch Academy to put on these community events, and TYCA president Jamie Brewster says they couldn’t do without them as event partners.
UP&UP engages in meaningful relationships with individuals, organisations and communities by working collaboratively on innovative arts and wellness projects.
Newcastle Scratch Academy specialises in teaching DJs of all genres and Production, from basic beat matching, to remixing your own songs.
Jamie told News Of The Area, “We’re back for 2017 and looking forward to a fantastic first event for the year.”
“There’ll be lots happening, including DJ’ing, skating, street art and food.”
“Come along, we guarantee you’ll have fun,” he said.
Come and Join the TYCA crew, and rappers Tunz1 and DJ KiDream, for a few hours of food, fun, music and conversation.
For more information, feel free to call Jamie Brewster on 0403 170 816.
By Rachael VAUGHAN