Bee Art and Craft
Are you curious about Native and European bees and the promotion of their survival to others? Join Elsje and Tracey in a range of art activities for all ages and skill levels, including hankie-making, chalking, bee craft and insect crochet. Everyone is welcome.
Your ideas and involvement will be help towards Tracey’s Honours research on knowledge transfer for bee survival at the University of South Australia.
Eco Families Adelaide
Bring along your baby or toddler to our group exploring eco and sustainable living for families. Sessions are family-friendly and all are welcome. Our meet ups provide the opportunity to learn a new skill and mingle with other liked minded families on the sustainability journey.
This event is free, but spaces are limited, so you will need to register for the event. Book one ticket per adult, children are included with adult's ticket. Children in attendance need to be under parental or guardian supervision at all times.
**Please note that while all are welcome to attend, the Eco Families Adelaide workshops have been specifically designed to enable participants to bring their young children along. It can get loud and a little chaotic at times; and we welcome this. If this is not for you, we recommend attending other workshops offered by the Adelaide Sustainability Centre.**
Eco Families Adelaide is community venture in different regions across South Australia and is supported by the Adelaide Sustainability Centre, Conservation SA and Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resource Management Board.
111 Franklin St
Adelaide, SA 5000
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