Date : Saturday, June 25
Time: 02:00 – 05:30 PM
Location: Yorkeys Knob Foreshore Park (Northern Sims Esplanade)
A family friendly event for all ages that aims to raise awareness about plastic consumption and its effects on our environment.
With Plastic Free July just around the corner, we would love to show the community what the every-day person can do to reduce their plastic usage, in a fun way!
This event is part of the team’s new campaign called “It All Adds Up”, which hopes to send a positive message and empower the community to make a change.
Some activities planned for the day include:
1. Sand competition
2. Paint your own re-usable calico bag
3. Drain stencilling drains with the message “This Drains to the Great Barrier Reef” – council approved activity
4. Marine Debris – “Where Does This Come From?” game
5. Colouring in activities
6. Tips and ideas for living plastic free
There will also be a sausage sizzle, and there are awesome prizes to be won!
So come on down to the esplanade (North end near the playground) for some fun outdoor activities, we hope to see you all there!
Contact person: Bess Murphy – 0409 696 939