Get out and get active
If it’s Åtness you’re looking for in Shepparton this weekend, you’re in luck.
Today you can join a qualiÅed Aquamoves gym and group Åtness instructor for a free Outdoor Fitness Equipment Circuit session from 9 am to 10 am.
The session is aimed at participants aged 13 and above. Registration can be completed on the day, and remember to wear comfortable clothing, bring a drink bottle and be sun smart.
The session will take place at the new outdoor Åtness equipment at Victoria Park Lake’s Western Park, which includes seated push and pull, situp bench, leg press and swing board, rowing machine and a sky runner/elliptical trainer.
There will be another chance to get outside and get active today in Tatura from 1 pm to 2.30 pm. An orienteering expedition will begin at Mactier Gardens in Hogan St, Tatura. Use a map to Ånd checkpoints in the Tatura landscape.
No prior experience is necessary — just a sense of adventure. The activity is geared at children aged 0–4 years and 5–12 years. Registration for the free event can be made on the day.
Tomorrow sees the huge Challenge Shepparton event take place at Victoria Park Lake in Shepparton, which is free for spectators. You can head down to the lake and catch the action which includes runners crossing the Ånishing line throughout the day. Events kick off at 6 am and run until 3 pm. Enchanted Rainbow will conduct an Old School Yard Games session from 9 am to 10.30 am at the Shepparton East Primary School oval tomorrow.
The event is free and is geared at various age groups right up to 18 years and over. Enjoy hopscotch, elastics, skipping, hooping and much more.
Why not get out into nature tomorrow with an evening photography session at Reedy Swamp from 6 pm to 8 pm?
RiverConnect and the Shepparton Camera Club will conduct the session, which is free but participants must bring their own camera.
The session is suitable for those aged 13–17 years and 18 years and over.
Last year’s Challenge Shepparton men’s sprint winner Daniel Bodilly (left) embracing runner-up Steven Gray. The men may return this weekend for the annual triathlon.