Transition Brunswick Picnic
|30 January , 2011|
|3:00 pm||to||6:00 pm|
Source: Zero Carbon Moreland
Transition Towns are grass roots community initiatives that build networks for moving to a low carbon, energy efficient society. Transition Towns are made of ordinary people who want to actively respond to the two big issues of our time; peak oil and climate change. The aim is to connect people and organisations in the community to share ideas and skills to build a more connected, resilient and adaptive community.
Picnic in the Park
We’d love you to join us for the first Transition Brunswick picnic! This will be an excellent opportunity to meet up with other locals, get inspired, share some ideas and exchange stories. We will also have a special guest. Tammy from Moreland Council promoted a “Zero Waste Week Challenge” for Moreland residents last year and will give a short talk on great ways to reduce your landfill waste. Come along, bring some friends and join us for afternoon tea. Please bring some fruit, cake or biscuits to share. Looking forward to seeing you there!
When: 3 pm, Sunday 30th January
Where: Warr Park (Albion Street/ De Carle Street Brunswick)
Visit the Transition Brunswick Site for more details.