Special interest workshops coming up

Slider - CoursesWorkshopsTrainingDon’t forget to check the monthly –
post on the slider, you’ll find a range of local, regional and online courses at your fingertips. Ready for you to up-skill, gain a qualification or to simply stretch the grey matter.

Turning Words into Actions

Creating characters and movement from a film script. Take one director, four actors and a script, and witness the team transform the script into a performance. Then watch the final film (made with different actors) and compare the result. Director Stephen Carnell and friends take you through this fascinating process.

WHEN Saturday 30 August
TIME 10.30am – to be confirmed
RSVP johno@dins.org.au or just turn up on the day

How to spot a Platypus

Ever wanted to see a platypus in the wild? Join platypus expert Dr Tom Grant for an evening on the Barrington River learning how to spot this elusive creature!

Spotting to be followed by light refreshments and a short talk. Suitable for any child or adult who can sit quietly!

“To many people platypus symbolise healthy rivers, because they need stable river banks for their burrows, and clean, abundant water to support their diet. This is what we are celebrating at the Platypus Festival, because healthy rivers are also essential to us” explains Kirsty Hughes the Platypus Awareness & Conservation Team – PACT representative.

WHEN Friday 5 September
WHERE Relfs Road, Gloucester
TIME 5pm
RSVP Kirsty Hughes, MidCoast Water 6592 4830
BYO Bring warm clothes, binoculars, a chair or picnic rug, and a torch.


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