Aug 29, 2009

Northern Exposure 2-7 September

Transition Town training is coming to North Queensland.

If you'd like to find out more about the Transition Town movement: what's happening, what's involved, who's involved and how you can be part of it - and you live near Cairns, Atherton or Innisfail, you're invited to one of the events (listed below) happening in the next couple of weeks.

The workshops will be run by Transition Sunshine Coast's experienced trainers. There will be lots of information, activities, networking, discussion and fun! - Guaranteed.

There are three public meetings so you can come along and hear first hand what's happening nationally and what could be happening locally and there is also a full two-day weekend workshop available that will give you the skills and confidence to start a Transition Initiative in your local area.

So, if you're interested in finding out what you can do about climate change and peak oil, how Transition Towns work on mitigation, adaption and preparedness, how communities are coming together to set up more resilient systems and to build community connections, then this is the week for you.

EVENTS (booking details below)
Malanda Public Meeting
Malanda Hotel Ballroom, English Street, Malanda
Wednesday 2 Sept: 7pm til 9.30pm,
Donations welcome
RSVP As soon as possible

Cairns Public Meeting,
Cairns RSL Dance Hall, Esplanade, Cairns
Thursday 3 Sept: 7pm til 9.30pm,
Donations welcome

Transition Towns Training Introduction Workshop - Kuranda
Starting Friday 4 Sept: 6pm to 9pm (shared dinner provided)
Saturday 5 & Sunday 6 Sept: 8.30am til 4pm both days -
Cost $220

Innisfail Transition Action Public Meeting Afternoon,
Senior Citizens Hall,
Cnr Lilly & Owen St, Innisfail,
Monday 7 Sept: 1pm til 4pm,
Donations welcome
Confirmed attendees: Mayor Bill Shannon and Deputy Mayor Ross Sorbello

For bookings and more details, please contact:
Tania Keeble Ph. 0488 917033
Brett Turner Ph. 4091 3393

Hope to see you there,
Transition Town trainer, facilitator and consultant

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