Creatively united for the planet

Celebrate Earth Day with creative green festival

April 15/16 & 22/23

Fifth annual Creatively United Sustainability Showcase, featuring world-class speakers on topics relating to individual, community and global well-being.

Innovative and interactive programming that includes lectures, workshops, displays, demonstrations, local food, films, art, entertainment and even a repair café in support of Earth Week.

Participants will include representatives from the renewable energy, green building and electric bike and vehicle sector, technology, trades, farming, plus, business, community, NGO, art, education, health and wellness leaders. creativelyunited.org

April 15 (6 to 10pm): Gourmet Farm-to-Table Dinner, 10-piece family string band and jazz band, dancing, art and silent auction.

April 16 (10am to 5pm): Displays, talks, films, repair café, world café, e-bikes/cars, solar, permaculture, silent auction, art, music, food trucks.

April 22 (7 to 10pm)Sea Blind Victoria film premiere with local filmmaker Sarah Robertson and celebrity author/artist Franke James.

April 23 (1 to 5pm): International storytellers, Franke James Green Conscience Art Workshop, music and more.

Free and ticketed events. Childminding available. Go to creativelyunited.org for details.

 

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