Courtyard Picnic & Talk Program
Saturday 28 November
MORNING TALK: RE-DESIGNING THE FUTURE
How can we creatively re-design the ecological and social systems in which we live to ensure the well-being of the planet? Hear from the creative minds working on inspiring grass roots
environmental and artistic projects in their communities.
11AM Lis Bastian – Mount Wilson World Heritage Regeneration Site
11.30PM – Leanne Thompson – Capertee Hydrology Project
BOOK TICKETS ONLINE: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/redesigning-the-environment-lis-bastian-and-leanne-thompson-tickets-125699708211
COURTYARD PICNIC 12PM – 2PM
Bring your own picnic rug, gaze out over the Jamison Valley and sample tasty lunch hampers with a focus on fresh Blue Mountains produce. Buy your own veggies to take home from
the Blue Mountains Food Coop tent or bring produce from your own backyard to swap at the Crop Swap tent. The Courtyard Picnic will also feature lunch time live music and kids activities like art making and planting sessions to help launch the Cultural Centre’s own rooftop bushtucker and veggie garden!
BOOK TICKETS ONLINE: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/courtyard-picnic-tickets-125696909841
AFTERNOON TALK: CULTURAL BURNING 2PM – 3PM
Listen to traditional owners share their perspectives on the purpose and future of cultural burning as a tool for caring for country. Learn how cultural burning is being practiced in the Blue Mountains and across Australia today.
RSVP essential at reception or 4780 5410.
Limited capacities, social distancing and hygiene measures will be implemented at all public programs.
IMAGE: Capertee Hydrology Project. Photo Courtesy Alex Wisser