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Posted in Events by ecoApril on July 5th, 2010
Workshops for creative and curious families at Port Phillip EcoCentre!
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This week, Port Phillip EcoCentre is hosting eco-savvy school holiday workshops for the whole family. Lively sessions will send you home with a project in hand and heaps of inspiration.
Each weekday features a different hands-on activity, from sprout farming to eco-friendly graffiti, with lessons and games linking environmental and creativity themes. The sessions are recommended for ages 4-12, with wee siblings welcome and adult accompaniment required – we’ll tempt you to join in the fun.
1 July – Plantable Pots ($10)
2 July – DIY Weather Station ($10)
5 July – Build an Eco-City ($10)
6 July – Eco-Graffiti I ($15)
7 July – Eco-Graffiti II ($15) (take independently or in addition to the first session)
8 July – Felt Making ($15)
9 July – Flower Presses and Printmaking ($15)
No booking necessary! Register on the day. Sessions run approximately one hour, at 10 am, 11 am, 12 noon, and 1 pm. Cost is per child. All materials provided.
The EcoCentre is in the St Kilda Botanic Gardens on the corner of Herbert and Blessington Street, St Kilda 3182. (MEL 58 B11) We’re a short walk from the 96 or 16 trams, close to Balaclava train station, and we have bike parking. For more info, call the EcoCentre on (03) 9534 0670 or email April at april
Posted in Events by Ferne Edwards on March 2nd, 2009
You can help make ArtPlays food garden grow with permaculture gardener and dancer, Ilan Abrahams from Sense of Place Projects. These sessions offer an opportunity to see your handiwork grow and become a fixture at ArtPlay. Ilan will teach you food gardening skills and play movement games and activities responding to experiences in the garden.
Where: ArtPlay, The Centre For Children’s Art, in Birrarung Marr behind Federation Square.
When: 1pm to 3pm, Sundays 15, 22, 29 March
Who: Ages 5 to 8 years on Sunday 15 and 22 March (all children must be accompanied by an adult); 8 to 12 years on Sunday 29 March
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