The time has finally come to welcome back the sunshine, and Welcome Spring. Join us on Sunday 13 October at Newfarm Park for Playdate in the Park: Welcome Spring from 10.30 AM - 12.30 PM for an afternoon of light refreshments, activities, games and discussion on how to better equip future generations with lifelong practices to live a more sustainable and inclusive lifestyle.
Climate change and environmental loss is one of the greatest threats society is facing, it’s time to start the generational change to better impact the world we live in. Bring your little ones to this Playdate in the Park, co-hosted by Senator Larissa Waters, the Queensland Early Childhood Sustainability Network, Kath Angus Greens Candidate for Lord Mayor and Trina Massey Greens Candidate for Central Ward, for an afternoon of shared advice and educational fun.
The Queensland Early Childhood Sustainability Network (QECSN) is a network of people who believe in thinking for the future and empowering positive change and practical early childhood learning for sustainability, including environmental, cultural, social and economic dimensions. QECSN supports services and educators to participate in everyday sustainable practices and engaging families and communities in this work.
Children of all ages are welcome.
Some things to keep in mind:
People of all backgrounds are encouraged to attend
This is a family-friendly event
The venue is wheelchair accessible. For more information on access issues, please call the Senate Office on 3367 0566.
Light refreshments will include vegan, gluten-free and halal options.
While there is some parking space available, we recommend carpooling or catching public transport.
There is public transport 400m from the venue, with the closest bus stop on Brunswick St at Parkview, with bus route 196 stopping every 15 minutes.
NEW FARM QLD 4005