Monday, April 25, 2011

world environment day

come celebrate world environment day with great local organic food and produce, live entertainment, free creative workshops, and loads of stalls and demonstrations !!

Sunday, April 10, 2011

World Environment Day 2010

Archive Posting from 2010 - this page is an archive from the WED 2010 page. Celebrating all things for a sustainable lifestyle, the Boonah Organisation for a Sustainable Shire, is hosting a World Environment Day event at the Outlook on Saturday June 5 from 9am to 3pm.Stalls, demonstrations,talks, information, activities, hand made goods, local produce, great food, entertainment. program includes:welcome to country with the ugarapul aboriginal corporation, drumming workshops with adrian davis, altered art workshops with kris and mel belfield, christopher trotter recycled art display, real live wildlife with toby gowland, sustainability talks with adrian stephan, earth mama belly dance, the junk orchestra, recycled fashion parade, scott bennie sustainable building solutions, worm farm waste systems, wild child creations kids clothes, kids competition for the best zero waste ideas, madam mulch, trees, land carbon, air solar, gelato, organic fruit and veg, massage, sustainability assessments, aromatherapy, soapnuts, normanby wines, barney creek wines, bunjurgen estate wines, food, coffee, fresh juices, crepes, gelato, falafels, staged entertainment with bernie carson, eat them like apples, woodskin and more multi prize raffle including mt barney lodge mid week accommodation package, six bottles of barney creek vineyard wines, story tree gift pack, david bland picture framing $75 gift voucher, david bland clock repairs $75 gift voucher, five class yoga course with jo, welded steel bowl crafted by max gordon, fassifern rail trail polo shirt, courtesy of the fassifern trails team, ‘couture’ by cherie strong – mixed media on canvas See you there.Stallholders welcome. Email if you'd like to get involved. All possible through funding from the Department of Environment and Resource Management, and support from the Department of Communities and the Scenic Rim Regional Council.