MARK down Sunday, August 25, in your diary.
And, prepare yourself for a bright, vibrant community-orientated event - between 10am and 2pm - at Karoola Park.
Even better, it will be free for everyone.
Muswellbrook Netball Association recently applied for a Hunter New England and Central Coast Primary Health Network grant, which was available for groups to lead activities that build resilience during "the big dry".
And, after receiving a positive response, the organisation is putting together Colour Me Happy - a community colour fun run.
"We picked up this funding as a result of Muswellbrook being a drought-affected region," said Karlie Norman, who is coordinating the event with Kelly Constable.
"We'd love to give something back to the community.
"So, we thought a colour run would be fun.
"It's a good chance for people to get out - and get active.
"Muswellbrook Netball Association is purely hosting the event; we're not profiting from it.
"But, we recently formed a committee to get it off the ground.
"Now, we're calling for more stallholders and volunteers to be involved."
Colour Me Happy has already drawn support from several local businesses and sporting bodies, according to Norman.
The Hunter Academy of Sport will run skills and drills, to showcase netball, while Bengalla Mining Company, Muswellbrook Lions Club, Woolworths and Muswellbrook Shire Council are on board with sponsorship.
Comprint is helping promote the event, too.
"Families are always looking for something to do on weekends," she said.
"So, we're hoping to tap into that.
"We'll have food and coffee vans, markets stalls, face painting, entertainment, members from the Muswellbrook Fire & Rescue NSW station and much more.
"Colour Me Happy will be a feel-good event for both young and old.
"The course, which is being staged through Karoola Park, is expected to feature inflatable obstacles, as well as the 'colour stations' at regular intervals.
"Anyone who participates will receive a sausage sandwich and a bottle of water - and it won't cost them anything to take part.
"If the day's successful, we'd look at doing it again."
For more information, contact the Muswellbrook Netball Association.
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