D'faces shows its Whyalla pride

PRIDE: D'faces of Youth Arts is showing its pride this year by opening its doors to the public on Sunday, October 26, as part of Whyalla Pride Week. Pictured are Layla and Brendan Newcombe, Deborah Hughes and Dylan Damon.
PRIDE: D'faces of Youth Arts is showing its pride this year by opening its doors to the public on Sunday, October 26, as part of Whyalla Pride Week. Pictured are Layla and Brendan Newcombe, Deborah Hughes and Dylan Damon.

D’faces of Youth Arts will show its pride by opening its doors to the public on Sunday, October 26.

D’faces will hold an open day, as part of Whyalla Pride Week, at its hall on Viscount Slim Avenue from 10am to 1pm.

D’faces creative director Deborah Hughes said the open day would showcase some of the programs the organisation offered.

“It’s an opportunity for anyone who hasn’t seen what we do at D’faces to check it out,” she said.

“We’ll have some art projects on and a trash-and-treasure store room sale.”

Mrs Hughes said visitors would have the chance to try clowning, juggling, acrobatics, drawing, painting, aerosol artwork and heaps more.

Mrs Hughes said the emphasis of the open day would be “come and try”, with the event free for all to attend and a sausage sizzle also on offer.

“Come and try out some of the different activities we provide,” she said.

“Everyone’s good at something and that’s what it’s about; it’s good to have a go at something different.”

Anyone interested in coming along can contact D’faces on 8645 1265.