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2022 TWILIGHT OPEN EVENING
Held on St Patrick's Day, our annual Twilight Open Evening allows prospective families to experience the engaging teaching and learning environment which is St Patrick's College Townsville.
The gates to our beautiful beachfront campus open from 5.00pm and visiting families are struck by the vast array of activities, presentations and displays which run right through until 7.00pm. Prospective families have a chance to speak to our Registrar, or take a short tour with one of our wonderful Student Ambassadors. Our College Principal's Address is at 6.00pm.
Our Twilight Open Evening schedule includes:
- Dynamic STEM activities
- Music, Drama and Dance performances in our stunning, purpose-build auditorium
- An immersive Japanese experience with Origami, Calligraphy and Magna Workshops
- A "Healthy Fearless Women" Challenge with opportunities to match skills against our top athletes
- Tours of our pop-up Art Gallery featuring Wearable Art, Sketching, Ceramics, Lino Prints and Petal Couture.
- Delicious foods and treats from our Hospitality students.
With interactive displays across all curriculum areas, and opportunities to meet our Expert Teaching Team, families see why St Patrick's College Townsville is a place where their daughter can dare to imagine her future.
Our next Twilight Open Evening is scheduled for Friday, 17 March, 2023.
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A Ministry in Mercy Partners
Acknowledgement of Country: We give thanks and respectfully acknowledge the Wulgurukaba people, the Traditional Custodians of this beautiful country whose land our College shares. We recognise their ongoing deep spiritual connection to this Country, and the care they gave for thousands of years. We also acknowledge the Bindal people as the neighbouring Custodians of their Country. We pay our respects to the Elders, past, present and emerging and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples here today.