Enjoy ROPE TV's community expo

Published 6:00am 19 February 2024

Enjoy ROPE TV's community expo
Words by Nadia Chapman

ROPE TV is hosting a free community expo to showcase the variety of services available for people with disabilities in the community.

The expo will be held on Saturday, February 24 from 10am-2pm.

ROPE Events and Marketing Coordinator Donna Smith says attendees can learn a lot about ROPE’s involvement in the community.

“(People can learn) what programs and services we offer and how we are making an impact in the community with supported employment and training and community participation,” Donna says.

“People can explore the opportunities and services available for people with disabilities in our local community. They can also learn about ROPE’s Social Enterprises.”

There will also be a variety of additional stallholders and entertainment for everyone to enjoy.

“(There will be) local disability support services and providers, including support coordinators and local handmade businesses,” Donna says.

“There will also be performances from Inside Outside Dance Crew, hands on instrument experiences with Team Musicare and our very own coffee cart from Industry & Co Café.

“Those in attendance can enjoy a sausage sizzle and a 99.7 Bridge FM broadcast during the event.”

Find out more information here.

ROPE community expo is at Roma Park | 31 Grace St, Scarborough.

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