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Thu, Sep 28
Sun, Oct 1
Join The Wild Food Huntress (Kate) as she takes a walk on the wild side in Stirling in the glorious Adelaide Hills.
Kate is passionate about the environment and passionate about food and on this workshop she combines the two. let Kate teach you about wild foraged plants.
The information she will equip you with is not new information but old information that has not been passed down as it was around 100 years ago. Kate will not only discuss edibility and/or uses (if known) of weeds found on the day but also talk about native flora and the importance to the indigenous community. She will also be happy to answer any questions you may have of a wild nature.
Sun 1st October 11am-1pm
Tickets available at https://www.thewildfoodhuntress.com.au/new-events/2017/10/1/a-walk-on-the-wild-side
Thu, Oct 5
Sat, Oct 7
Our next Spring Flower Show, Plants Sale and Expo will be in October.
This year we will be featuring local native plants.
We will be at the Adelaide Showgrounds on the weekend of 7th and 8th October, starting at 10:00am each day, finish at 5:00pm in Saturday and 4:00pm on Sunday. Admission is just $3.00
There will be South Australian grown plants, books for sale, free soil pH testing, Advice, Workshops, Children’s Activities and more!
Check our website closer to the day for changes and updates and a list of workshops and plants that we expect to be available.
People have told us they enjoy meeting others at the Expos who share a passion for Australian Plants.
Sun, Oct 15
Attend a transformative and interactive workshop created by the Pachamama Alliance— the community that’s committed to bringing forth an environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling and socially just human presence on this planet.
✓ Learn where we are as a human family and how we got here.
✓ Discover your unique role in creating a sustainable future.
✓ Renew your passion.
✓ Share an enjoyable and inspiring experience along with friends and family.
✓ Connect with like-minded, open-hearted people and move into action.
Details about this worldwide program offered in Adelaide again after a year plus gap can be found at https://www.pachamama.org/engage/awakening-the-dreamer
Waged $12 Concession $8
Book online at https://www.trybooking.com/308032 (spaces limited)
Express your interest at https://www.pachamama.org/workshop/3719/awakening-the-dreamer-changing-the-dream
ABOUT 'AWAKENING THE DREAMER...'
The ‘Awakening the Dreamer, Change the Dream’ workshop is a half-day transformative journey that educates people to the challenges and possibilities of this moment in time and the unique role they can play in creating a new and sustainable future. The vision for the session is to assist individuals ‘concerned’ about the state of our world towards taking steps to become ‘active’ in making a difference, contributing towards ‘an environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling and socially just presence on this planet.’
There have been over 230,000 symposium participants at 4000+ events delivered in 80 counties. In previous years this popular
Adelaide event has been funded by the Adelaide and Mt Lofty Ranges NRM Board, in cooperation with the Conservation Council SA.
INSPIRING AND UPLIFTING - BRING A FRIEND OR TWO!
The workshops is inspiring and uplifting for those currently active on environmental or sustainability campaigns, and in the social justice or arts community. Come along and be refreshed! Tell your family and friends who may need a nudge or greater understanding of our current sustainability challenges and opportunities. Bring them along! Meet like-minded people and learn what ‘you’ can do and what ‘we’ can do to contribute to an environmentally sustainable, spirituality fulfilling and socially just human presence on this planet. We want to expand a multi-faceted movement for change!
THE WORKSHOP PROCESS
The process for the workshop is a series of expert videos with personal reflection time and group exercises with the purpose to awaken us to what is and what is possible in our passionate endeavours to help build the new future. The content was developed by the Achuar Indigenous people of Ecuador within the Pachamama Alliance, in alliance with a coalition of global non-profit organisations. The facilitators are Jennifer Callanan, Barb Koth, Josie McLean, Jillian Offe and Vasundhara Saraswati.
COMMENTS FROM PREVIOUS PARTICIPANTS
Adelaide attendees rated the 2015 workshops 4.6 on a 5-point (excellent) scale. Some of the previous participants said:
“I never felt a need for a break > very engaging.”
“Bringing together the best idea and leaders of our time in one package.”
“Reinforced my personal desire to give more of myself.” “Confirmed that it is possible to make a difference.”
With grateful acknowledgement of the beautiful space donated by Sonic Heart. www.sonicheart.com.au
Please join us on October 15, spread the word, and please come along with a friend or family member to share the experience and motivation.
Sat, Oct 21
Name: Giant Community Garage Sale
When: October 21st, 2017
Length: 3 hrs (9am-1pm)
Time zone: Adelaide
Venue name: Prospect Town Hall & Vine Street Plaza
Address: 128 Prospect Rd, Prospect, SA 5082
Ticket price: Free public entry
Ticket purchase URL: http://www.prospectenvironment.com/giant-garage-sale.html
Prospect Local Environment Group will hold it's 4th Annual Giant Community Garage Sale with stalls indoors at Prospect Town Hall and outdoors in the adjacent Vine Street Plaza.
This is an opportunity for the community to declutter, recycle, reduce items going to landfill and earn some cash in a fun way.