Barossa Community Disability Expo 2020 – CARERS & disABILITY Link

Award Winning Community Event!

Sunday 23rd February 2020

REX Centre, Magnolia Road, Tanunda

11am – 2.30pm

Information and exhibits for children and adults.

    • Many local & regional exhibitors
    • NDIS approved providers
    • Activity options for Participants & Carers
    • Therapists – Speech, Physio, OT, Counselling & more
    • Information & Advocacy Services
    • Community Support Groups
    • Activities & more

Come and meet the players of the West Adelaide Thunder Wheelchair Basketball team from 12pm and watch a game!!

Listen to CADL client ‘DJ on Wheels’ performance

Date: Sunday 23rd of February 2020
Time: 11am – 2.30pm
Where: REX Centre, Tanunda (See Location)
Entry: Gold coin donation

Call 8562 4000 for information or to register as an exhibitor

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