JONTY'S ECO FORUM '22
Saturday 22 October, The Gap Primary School.
This year's theme is Sustainability: Challenges & Opportunities - and we've got an inspiring lineup of speakers, workshops and exhibitors, including:
* Minister for Energy, Renewables and Hydrogen Mick de Brenni
* University of Queensland's Principal Planner in Residence Stephanie Wyeth
* ABC Gardening Australia presenter Jerry Coleby-Williams
Plus representatives from The Repair Cafe, Urban Grower's Australia, Hurley Architects and our Indigenous Rangers.
Entry is free, local residents are encouraged to come along and see the great things going on in the local sustainability space.
COFFEE WITH A COP
Thursday October 6, Famished on Frasers Cafe
Property crime exists in all cities, but there are things we can do as individuals and community to reduce crime opportunities.
Come along to Famished on Frasers, and meet with Jonty and local inspectors from QPS. Hear how you can improve your home and family's personal safety.
RSVPs aren't required but they are encouraged.
COMMUNITY GROUP CAPACITY BUILDING
Representatives from local community and sporting clubs, P&Cs and churches are encouraged to come to our third Community Capacity Building instalment.
This quarter's session will be on understanding Queensland's Blue Card framework. Attendees will come away with a much greater understanding of when a Working with Children Suitability Card is required of a volunteer, and your organisation's child-safe obligations.
Please RSVP to email@example.com