On 19-20 September, Holy Cross Anglican Church and St Margaret’s Uniting Church, Hackett, are running a community sustainability festival, as part of our joint churches Carbon Action Project. This is a COVIDSafe event, and is open to all.
- 12.00 noon to 12.20 pm. Welcome to Country by Aunty Vi Sheridan
- 12.25 to 1.00 pm. Australia’s Ambassador for the Environment and head climate negotiator, Jamie Isbister in conversation with local writer and journalist, Toni Hassan
- 1.05 pm to 1.35 pm. Brook Clinton from Capital Scraps Composting on “The science of composting”
- 1.40 pm to 2.00 pm. Holy Cross/St Margaret’s Carbon Action Project talk
- 2.05 pm to 2.45 pm. Mia Swainson from Zero Waste on “How to halve your household waste”
- 3pm to 4pm. ACT Candidates’ Forum run by students from Dickson College, with candidates for Kurrajong, including Elizabeth Lee and Shane Rattenbury. To book for this event please go to: https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=659164
- Stalls by Society, Environment and Economy (SEE) Change, Canberra Seed Savers, Switched on cycling, ENJO & Women’s Climate Congress.
- Pedal-powered glass snail by www.kineticsculptures.org
- 12 noon to 4 pm. Photography exhibition with photos from lockdown
- 4.30 pm to 6 pm. Concert with Lucy Sugerman (The Voice / National Folk Festival Youth Ambassador 2020) and local bands including Northbourne Flats and Pig Dog. To book for this free concert go to: https://www.trybooking.com/654789
- 9.30am: Ecumenical Creation Service outdoors under our flowering cherry tree