Let's get together and celebrate!We've come through a tough time together lately... We've had a year or two like no other, and we're still standing! We'veseen neighbours reaching out to each other offering support and friendship, and that deserves to be celebrated. How can we gettogether in our neighbourhoods to enjoy our community bond and ... Read more
Rejoice in the resilience of our community! What histories of resilience have happened in the past? What resilience brings us together today? What do our imaginations hold for our region in the future? We want to amplify our stories of community resilience and transformative actions in response to climate-change driven destabilisation. The Sydney Environment Institute ... Read more
What histories of resilience are here? What brings us together today? What do we imagine for a future of planetary health in the Blue Mountains? We invite you to collaborate in a free family friendly art project where together, we will create a layered collage of our journey toward planetary health and a resilient Blue ... Read more
FREE Children under 12 and their parents/carers are invited to express their creativity together in a joyful and messy art workshop. Materials and inspiration are both provided by facilitator Hannah. Book in now! The third Saturday of each month Noon-1.30pm Bookings essential: 0404 288 487 Text only.
Meet Safdar Ahmed, author of the award-winning graphic novel "Still Alive: Notes from Australia’s Immigration Detention System" and former Hazelbrook resident. Safdar Ahmed’s Still Alive: Notes from Australia’s Immigration Detention System interweaves journalism, history and autobiography with a striking visual style to bring to light the crucial untold stories of refugees in Australia, and the ... Read more
Join us for a special screening and panel discussion of Regenerating Australia, the new short film from Damon Gameau and the team behind 2040. Set on New Year's Eve of December 2029, a news anchor is ending the nightly bulletin with a look back at the decade 'that could be’. A decade that saw Australia transition to ... Read more