The Caldera Environment Centre’s annual World Environment Day Festival will be held on Sunday 4 June at Knox Park, Murwillumbah from 10am-3pm.
Be entertained by the Pitts Family Circus, Hoopla Kids Circus, children’s activity space and music by Taraf Tambal – Balkan Gypsy Band, Monkey and The Fish and Broadfoot, who put a smile on everybody’s face.
Listen to speakers – the CEO of ENOVA, the Tyalgum Energy Project and Greg Reid from Tweed CAN and hear the latest news about renewable energy and how you can be part of the change to this clean technology.
Learn practical ways we can help the environment at stalls by local community groups, sustainable businesses and Council workshops. Learn about nature – plants, animals and birds, saving water, renewable energy, farming and food production, health care, reducing waste, community gardening and much more. Enjoy healthy, delicious vegetarian food sourced from local growers and producers.
“Connecting People to Nature – in the city and on the land, from the poles to the equator”
‘Connecting People to Nature’, the theme for World Environment Day 2017, implores us to get outdoors and into nature, to appreciate its beauty and its importance, and to take forward the call to protect the Earth that we share.
This year’s theme invites you to think about how we are part of nature and how intimately we depend on it. It challenges us to find fun and exciting ways to experience and cherish this vital relationship.
Everyone is invited to join this free family day at the Festival in Knox Park on 4 June.
For more information and stall bookings email email@example.com