Presenting the Sustainable Spring Series

Published on 23 September 2020

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Welcome in spring with our Sustainable Spring Series, where we bring you interactive and educational online events, activities and workshops.

Suitable for children, families and individuals of all ages with an interest in gardening, sustainability and wellbeing.

Events range from children’s crafts to gardening advice, offering quality learning opportunities and fostering a connection with nature to enhance wellbeing.

Join family favourite Costa Georgiadis for a panel discussion providing reliable information about gardening and sustainability within the current climate.  Follow along a series of instructional video workshops with Joanne Mott where you will learn a simple and fun printing technique. Read the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar, then get creative making and decorating your very own little egg, caterpillar and butterfly.  

The Sustainable Spring Series runs from now until November, offering both free and ticketed events.

 

Explore upcoming events below, with more to come:

Stonnington Blooms
Friday 25 September – Friday 16 October 2020

Hungry Caterpillar Craft Workshop
Tuesday 29 September 2020 at 10.30am

Bike Mechanics and Maintenance workshops with Dr Cranky's  

Four week workshop series starting Wednesday 30 September 2020

Panel Discussion: Learnings from 2020 – A discussion on self-sufficiency
Tuesday 27 October, 2020 at 12pm

The Thrifty Gardener
Saturday 17 October 2020

Small Space Gardening
Saturday 7 November 2020

Summer-ready home: reduce your energy bills and footprint 

Thursday 12 November 2020

Natureplay Workshop

Thursday 12 November 2020