The celebration of all abilities will take place in the BRAG park – Bundaberg Now

The annual event aims to celebrate all abilities and challenge how people perceive disability to help develop a more inclusive Australia.

Many activities will take place in BRAG park next week as part of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities.

The annual event aims to celebrate all abilities and challenge how people perceive disability to help develop a more inclusive Australia.

The Bundaberg Regional Council is teaming up with local disability service providers on Friday December 3 to organize free activities in the park as part of the event.

Community Services Portfolio spokesperson Cr Tracey McPhee said it would be a fun and welcoming space open to everyone.

“BRAG Park will be set up with lots of games and activities including giant Jenga, Connect 4 with Sizzling Sausage and more,” she said.

“This will be the perfect place to spend some time socializing as we come together and enjoy a morning of fun and conversation to celebrate all abilities.

“You don’t have to register for the event, just show up the same day to take part in the fun!

International Day of Persons with Disabilities is a day celebrated by the United Nations aimed at increasing public awareness, understanding and acceptance of people with disabilities.

Each year, events are held around the world to encourage individuals, schools, community groups, businesses and organizations to get involved in the celebration.

The theme for 2021 is “Leadership and participation of people with disabilities towards an inclusive, accessible and sustainable post-COVID-19 world”.

The Bundaberg event will take place on Friday December 3 from 9 a.m. to noon at BRAG Park, 1 Barolin Street.

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