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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 info@willungaenviro.org.au.

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 complete the form on this page, phone the Centre on 8556 4188 or email us at: info@willungaenviro.org.au 

Keep checking back, it's always updating!

 2019 Workshops and events

Regular Boomerang Bag Workshops are BACK!!!  

Come and sew Boomerang bags to share with others! - 

You can come along and sew for a while, cut out material for others to sew or screen print the bags! Come for the whole time or for an hour! BYO sewing machine/overlocker if you have one. Free events

 SusEvents Spring2019 LMS onka librariesshrunk

 

Create a Natural/Biophilic Home

Saturday 19th October @ 10.30 to 11.30 Cost $15 

Natural Homes and indoor plants with Folk of All Trades

Learn how to choose and care for indoor plants, the benefits of natural fibres, and how to connect to nature within and from your home.

Cost $15 includes a house plant to take home

Participants will learn what species of indoor plants to choose and how to ensure they thrive, why natural fibres are better for people and the planet, and how to connect to nature inside your home.

Resources and take home items: Workshop notes, and an indoor plant to take home

This workshop will help participants to:

• share and/or learn knowledge, information or skills with others.

• increase their knowledge, skills, and confidence in having a natural home

Festive Gift Making

November 2nd @ 10.30 - 12.30

Come along and make some fabulous gifts for the festive season with Folk of All Trades.

Learn how to make festive gifts for your friends and family, and take home the items you have made. Items include; beeswax wraps, fabric gift bags, a natural sugar body and face scrub, handkerchiefs, and jute scrubbers to gift to their loved ones.

Please pay your fees based on the items you wish to make with a $5 Surcharge added to your total.

  • Beeswax Wraps $4 each (recommend 2)
  • Fabric Gift bags $4 each (recommend 2)
  • Natural Sugar Scrub in flip top jar $3 each
  • Handkerchiefs $2 each
  • Jute Scrubbers $1 each

If you need assistance to calculate, please phone WEC on 85564188.

 

Willunga Spring Equinox Celebrations 

Hosted by Time for Life and Willunga Environment  and LETS

Garden Produce Share

Connect with each other and our Willunga environment by joining us in celebrating the return of longer warmer days:
Saturday 21st September
Garden Produce Share -  Willunga Footpath Community Centre, in front of the GPO from 8.30 - 11am

Clothing Share 

 2 dates · Saturday 21 Sep 8.30-1pm

                 Sunday– 22 Sep 1.30 - 3pm

Donate obsolete/surplus clothing (clean & in good condition) and select from those donated by others. No money or bartering, just giving and receiving.  Clothing shares reduce waste & consumption, are information exchanges & meeting points, & reduce our reliance on money.


You can drop off clothing beforehand @ the "Willunga Footpath Community Centre" 8.30 - 11am any Saturday in front of the Willunga Post Office or any time @ 62 Aldinga Rd Willunga front veranda (follow the brick path to the western end).

Immediately following the Clothing Share on the Sunday are the  Forest Bathing Walks (limited places so need to book) and then the Spring Equinox Community Feast - CHECK IT OUT!

Forrest Bathing Walks

Sunday, 22 September 2019 from 15:30-17:00 

Step out of the rat race & really connect with the local environment. 1.5 hour gentle guided nature walks in and around Willunga where you will be invited to participate in a variety of mindfulness and sensory activities. After some of these activities, you will be invited to share your experiences.

It’s all about slowing down and for most of the time, being really quiet, so that you can experience the healing properties of the natural world.

Studies show that forest bathing participants are likely to experience decreases in heat rate, blood pressure and stress and improvements in their mood, immune system and sense of coherency.

Book on Facebook or  Bookings Essential but free for Bathing

Immediately following these is the Spring Equinox Feast. You can choose to be involved in all or any of these events.

Spring Equinox Community Feast

Sunday 22nd 6-8.30 St Josephs Church Hall

Connect with Willunga and join us celebrating the return of longer warmer days. Sit at the Willunga Long Table with local company, food and entertainment. Join the Gifting Circle for opportunities to share skills qualities and resources in the coming season.

Bring a plate to share (featuring at least some local seasonal produce), your own refreshments, crockery, cutlery glasses and a donation for hall hire ($2 minimum)  

NEVILLE BONNEY - BUSH FOODS FOR THE HOME GARDEN - TBA 

 

2018 Past Workshops and Events


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