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27/09/2021

Nannas for Native Forests

For the first anniversary of the group, Nannas for Native Forests, there will be a morning tea celebration from 10-12am on Friday 1st October. The group are meeting in the Fearn Avenue Festival Precinct to sew and sell their leaves. Old and new members will be welcomed.

Contact: Pamela Gunnell pamnken@internode.on.net
0411 224 748

 

Shire Community Development

The free Rise Workshops (that the Shire is offering for young people) start with a digital marketing Q&A on Friday 1st October 9-11am. It is for ages 13 – 25 years and also covers a practical session at 12-3pm using a laptop or tablet.

On Tuesday 5th October, the workshop for the same age range is on microenterprise development – turning your passion into a legitimate business. From 9am-3pm there is morning tea and lunch provided.

The rather exciting final workshop is about building a mountain bike trail! This is for ages 13 to 18-year-olds. You will learn how it’s done, then design a section on Wednesday 6th October from 10am to 3:30pm with lunch and transport included. Bring your bike, helmet and gloves, as well as enclosed shoes, hat & sunscreen.

Contact: Shannon Walker – swalker@amrshire.wa.gov.au or 9780 5214 to book your place for the free workshops or to borrow a laptop.

 

Open Nature Gardens Weekend

Grab your ticket to visit eight amazing and inspiring nature gardens over one weekend in the Margaret River region! Tour the properties, meet the gardeners and learn top tips for creating a water-wise, sustainable and ecologically-rich garden. Your $10 ticket gets you into all eight gardens on October 16-17th at different times. See the Nature Conservation website for details.

Contact: info@natureconservation.org.au
https://www.natureconservation.org.au

 

Storyteller Callout

Arts Margaret River are looking for storytellers to share their experiences for “Backstories 2022”.

This storytelling festival brings communities together, in various backyards across W.A. for listening to live music and stories.
In partnership with the Centre for Stories, they’re training people in the art of telling stories through an online course and live workshops.

You’ll develop the skills to craft and deliver a story for live audiences. Some will be invited to perform their own story at “Backstories Margaret River” in March next year.

Contact: Michelle Wright info@artsmargaretriver.com.

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