QML Pathology, one of northern New South Wales and Queensland’s largest private pathology providers, has been providing communities with fast and accurate pathology testing for over 90 years.
DATE AND TIME
Saturday, 6 November 2021
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
This workshop is an opportunity to capture your ideas to design the framework of Ripley community initiatives such as a “Men’s Shed”, community gardens, and to explore other initiatives like foodscaping (where neighbours consult and plan what they will each will grow so they can share and trade food). BYO ideas, let’s see what we can create!
This workshop is for everyone, especially if you:
Whatever your interest is, this is a valuable workshop, and we would love to have you join us. It is also a great opportunity to make great friends who share common interests whilst making a huge difference in your community.
About the Facilitator: Michael from Savour Soil Permaculture has worked with a number of organisations helping to draw out the vision for their community and gardens, from small community centres to Northey Street City Farm and the University of Queensland.
Young people are especially welcome to join us and contribute their ideas. Parental supervision is required at all times.
This is a free event, but booking is required. Book here.
Supported by Ripley Valley Garden Enthusiasts RVGE. Covid Safe event, please do not attend if unwell.