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How to Book for an Event or Workshop

 

To book for an event, please click on the button under the event you want to book for.

If there is no "Book now" button, please contact the phone number below the event entry.

We are trialling the event booking service "EventBrite" and would appreciate any feedback to .

 

Events/Workshops

The WEC holds regular events including workshops and guest speakers, along with field trips. These events cover a wide range of environmental issues and there is something for everyone. We encourage participants to be FRAGRANCE FREE at these events. Some events have a fee or suggested donation associated with them. We appreciate your support of programs at the WEC including our YACCA Youth Group.

To book in for any workshops please click on the book now icon to be redirected to Eventbrite (preferred method), phone the Centre on 8556 4188 or email us at:  

Keep checking back, we're always updating!

 2021-22 Workshops and events 

Our Boomerang group has morphed to become.....

Stitch 'n Fix - upcycling and repurposing materials, clothes and other stuff!

Mondays from 10-3 in 2022 beginning 31/01/22

The Stitch 'n Fix team will be hosting a series of workshops in 2022 where you can learn various skills that stop materials going to landfill.

Bookings will be done via eventbrite and all workshops will be done with small groups. Watch this space for bookings details or join our mailing list by emailing

Soil Health with Rebecca Tonkin - 23rd  February 2022 @ 6.30 pm

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Come along and hear Rebecca Tonkin, Soil Scientist and farming system specialist, get enthusiastic about Soil Health. Rebecca has had 15 years experience supporting farmers to improve soil health and hence pasture health. More recently Rebecca has been helping Farmers to improve pH and reduce acidity.

• Learn about basic soil characteristics and functions
• How soil feeds plants – and how plants feed soil
• Common soil issues and correcting them
• How to do basic soil testing
This event is a joint initiative between Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board and Willunga Environment Centre.

Bird Watching at Hindmarsh River - With Malcolm Worthing and Ann Houghton - Friday 18th February @ 8.15am

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Bird Watching at Hindmarsh River - With Malcolm Worthing and Ann Houghton - Friday 25th March @ 8.15am Bookings open 18th February

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Nature Journaling - With Wattle & Wonder - April 27th 10am to 12 noon

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Come and try nature journaling and learn about local native plants, discover their relationships with other species and deepen your connection with nature.

A selection of local native plants will be on display for you to observe, touch and journal with pencil, ink pen and watercolour paints.

All equipment included. All ages welcome, great for kids and families. No artistic skills are required.

These workshops are supported by the Hills and Fleurieu Board with funding from the South Australian Government’s Landscape Priorities Fund and Green Adelaide

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2019/20 Past Workshops and Events


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