Green Living Festivals
Looks like a fun day for the family & the planet at the same time!
After reading an interesting post on Tammy Logan’s blog Gippsland Unwrapped about the Casey Green Living Festival (which evolved from a Cloth Nappy Expo) I thought it might be a good idea to provide a resource of links to other Green Living Festivals or similar events around Australia (not limited to Victoria or the Gippsland region). They often have a great list of FREE activities for the family. So take your kids for a look if you’re in the area, looks like a fun day.
Casey Green Living Festival
– from Casey’s Website
When? – 16 Nov 2019 | 10.00 am – 3.00 pm
- Bike n’ Blend – make your own pedal-powered smoothie
- Reptile encounters – up-close wildlife experiences
- Face painting – recycling themed
- Recycling truck – jump in the driver’s seat to have your photo taken
- Interactive water catchment model and water bug activity
- Roving bubble entertainer (supporting the “Bubbles not Balloons” campaign)
- Roving entertainment by “The Connies” sharing swap cards on local birdlife and waste reduction actions
Talks and workshops
Please click the links to book your spot in the talks and workshops:
10.30am – 11.00am: Home composting
11.15am – 11.45am: Reduce your waste
12.00pm – 12.30pm: Having a wildlife friendly garden
12.45pm – 1.15pm: SECCCA: Energy efficiency in the home
1.30pm – 2.00pm: Making beeswax wraps
2.15pm – 2.45pm: Recycling right
You can view the complete list of stallholders from our website.
Go to the Events Page here for more details and info on stall holders.
If you’re planning a festival or even a craft market in your area and would like to be listed here please Contact Me and I’ll be more than happy to add you to this list as it grows.
For more information about Gippsland Unwrapped and the great work that Tammy does you can read her story here https://gippslandunwrapped.com/our-story/
You might just find yourself reading through all the great tips she has on sustainable living and minimalist lifestyle and how you can apply these things to your own life in small ways. Every little bit counts but often we are overwhelmed and don’t know where to begin so I think blogs like this are fantastic for those that would like to get more involved in sustainable living but need simple clear instructions or ideas without having to spend hours doing your own research reinventing the wheel.
Tammy’s original article about the Casey Green Living Festival can be viewed through this link below, looks like a big day planned and I hope it all goes well.
Help me grow this list!!!