Young Gold Coast Titans fans have the chance to meet players and learn rugby league skills next Tuesday at Varsity Lakes.
Young Gold Coast Titans fans have the chance to meet players and learn rugby league skills next Tuesday at Varsity Lakes. Supplied

Titans help kick off summer fun

GOLD Coast Titans players will give children a kick-start at Varsity Lakes with a skills clinic.

Development Officer Darren Robb said children aged 5 to 12 could learn rugby league skills and mingle with players.

“The players get the satisfaction of watching these kids playing the game they love,” Mr Robb said.

“It’s an experience they might not have been able to have themselves growing up.”

The clinic will run from 8.30am to 1pm on Tuesday, January 19, as part of the family-oriented annual Summer Buzz Festival at Varsity Lakes.

Participants will receive coaching, morning tea, lunch and a goodie bag to take home.

Titans players will also be available for a signing session.

Mr Robb said Titans clinics would run at different locations throughout this year.

Varsity Lakes senior project director Carl Bruhn said the Summer Buzz Festival provided residents with events to entertain the family and make the most of the summer weather.

“The Gold Coast Titans have been running clinics during the Summer Buzz Festival at Varsity Lakes for the past couple of years, and it continues to be one of the most popular events.”

Mr Bruhn said Varsity Lakes was hosting new activities for this year’s festival.

Kite making classes will be held on Thursday, January 21.

“Kids get to assemble, decorate, and then fly their own kite,” Mr Bruhn said.

The month-long program includes fitness classes for adults, a range of classes for children and a cinema under the stars.

For more information on Summer Buzz events, visit www.varsitylakes.com.au.



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