Bee Workshop 9 September 2012
Sunday, September 9, 2012
Friday, September 7, 2012
First online Transition Bellingen News
Transition Bellingen News as at 7 September 2012
Tomorrow Saturday 8 September - Bellingen Seed Savers at the Plant Fair
8am to 2pm
Thursday 13 September - Food Exchange outside Kombu, Church St, 10.30 to 12.30 Permaculture Collective mnc
Reskilling Workshops - to see the the workshops planned for 2012-13 click on workshops
FULL Sunday 9 September - Bees 1 workshop - a second workshop is being considered for 16 September, please contact us if you are interested
Sunday 7 October - Edible Plants and Weeds
Learn where and how to collect edible"weeds". how to prepare them and their nutritional/medicinal properties - click on weeds
Sunday 28 October - Cheese making for Beginners click on cheese
Saturday 3 November - 2nd Bellingen River Festival
Building on last year's event, the Festival is looking good - to provide for the attendance that showed up last year along with the friends who will "definitely" come this year, there will be more food, activities, cultural experiences and music. Groups are invited to get involved: sporting groups; schools; clubs and associations. Do you want to showcase your group and invite others to join? Do you want to demonstrate your activities/skills? Or be part of the program in any of a number of other ways?
Contact Ben Perrim, the Festival Events Coordinator to chat about the options. telephone 0401 908 441 and email email@example.com. See you there!
Chamber of Commerce Bellingen News Magazine September 2012 - Transition article "The Stupid Economy" to read click on articles
Bellofoodbox local nutritious food - click on foodbox news for latest
information and what is in the box.
Enter the Bellofoodbox Colour-in and Identify Competition!
Have fun with your kids, helping them to identify all the local fresh and seasonal produce, delivered in the foodbox. click here to see how to get the competition stencil.
Entries close 6pm on Wednesday 12 September
Community Groups - There are many local networks discussion and support groups - click on community to find contact details
contact by email: firstname.lastname@example.org