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Youth services changes due to Coronavirus situation

Due to the situation relating to Coronavirus (COVID-19) Strathbogie Shire Council's Youth programs have been altered as follows:

Closed: The Evolve Youth Space in Euroa and the Nagambie Youth Hub are both closed until further notice.

Cancelled: Bitfit. Bitafun. social fitness program

Postponed until further notice:

  • Youth in Politics Camp
  • Free movies for young people
  • North East Skate Park Series
  • Victorian Youth Week activities
  • Youth and Teen Mental Health First Aid training
  • Muso Magic 2020
  • Rural Council of Victoria’s Youth Summit
  • Pop-up outdoor cinema 'Small Town' series


  • Evolve youth committee meetings will now take place via video conference
  • YMCA Youth Parliament program is still going ahead following advice from YMCA Victoria
  • Strath-logie Youth Awards - nomination period has been extended until May 31, 2020 but award ceremony postponed for now

New programming (starting soon):

  • Online youth drop-in - Weekly online social group for 14 to 20-year-olds
  • Youth arts collective - Fortnightly youth creative arts activities and online social gatherings for 12 to 18-year-olds
  • Homework hangout - An online semi-social space with music and semi-frequent distraction/support (for secondary school students)
  • 45 degrees youth - Region-wide online activities, trainings, programs and competitions for young people aged 12-25 throughout North East Victoria during this time of physical distancing.

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National Show and Shine Oct 4th 2015

A BMX display, a wide range of music and the public launch of a brand new logo were some of the highlights of the EVOLVE Youth of Strathbogie’s work at last week’s Australian National Euroa Show and Shine.

Part of the state government’s Freeza program, Strathbogie Shire Council’s youth committee facilitated two staged areas (music and a BMX/skate and scooter demonstration) at the Euroa Skate Park on Kirkland Avenue.

Malachi Wild, the MC for the day, introduced local talent including emerging artist Arinthia, Evolve Youth member Jared Tilton and special guest and The X Factor contestant Anthony Lucas, who braved the hot weather to belt out some power ballads.

Read more: Launch of EVOLVE


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