Dog Day Fun

Bring your dog and your dad to share a day of Su­per­hero fun at Cas­tle Hill Show­ground on Sun­day, Septem­ber 2 be­tween 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM.

Hills to Hawkesbury Living Magazine - - Community News - The walk starts at 9:00 AM on Sun­day, Septem­ber 2. For more de­tails email pawsi­tive­

It’s the fifth year that the Pawsitive Steps To­wards Men­tal Health event has been held in the Hills and there are a whole lot of fun ac­tiv­i­ties planned, in­clud­ing agility dog and fly­ball demon­stra­tions plus the chance to meet some ther­apy dogs.

There will be numer­ous stalls for dog lovers on the day.

There are also prizes for dress-ups.

Run­ning along­side the dog day ac­tiv­i­ties will be a health and Well­ness Expo in­clud­ing free check-ups, nu­tri­tion, phys­i­cal health and men­tal health and well­ness plus free yoga classes, a photo booth, jump­ing cas­tle and games.

The event has been or­gan­ised by the Pos­i­tive Vibes Foun­da­tion with sup­port from the Wind­sor Rd Pri­vate Clinic and the Com­mu­nity Mi­grant Re­source Cen­tre and is part of Or­ange Blos­som Fes­ti­val ac­tiv­i­ties.

Power Ford and Cas­tle Hill Coun­try Club are also throw­ing their sup­port be­hind the event.

The well­ness expo is free. Cost for the Pawsitive Walk is $5 (or $20 for five peo­ple) and $15 for a fam­ily with two adults and up to four chil­dren.

Any­one reg­is­tered for the Pos­i­tive Steps event has a chance to win a Hunter Val­ley ex­pe­ri­ence.

Thanks to Power Ford the lucky win­ner will en­joy a two night stay at Crowne Plaza Hunter Val­ley, lunch at Bistro Mo­lines and a Ford Mus­tang to drive for the trip (sub­ject to terms and con­di­tions). To be in the run­ning for the prize reg­is­ter for Pos­i­tive Steps at www. TryBook­ and turn up on the day.

Gen­eral Man­ager The Hills Pri­vate Hos­pi­tal An­nette Cz­erke­sow, Hills Shire Mayor Michelle Byrne and Pos­i­tive Vibes Founder and chair Dr Pad­mini How­page with Coco the Pos­i­tive Vibes mas­cot

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