Wondering what to do this weekend?
Well here's some ideas!!
Spring is definitely in the air! So if you are wondering what to do with all this warm weather then here's a few upcoming events to tempt you out of hibernation. Plus something for those of you who aren't quite ready to face the sun just yet.
And while you are out and about, the nursery is still desperate for wire trays, so if you have any please return them to the Nursery Saturday or Wednesdays. Thanks!!
New signage launch on Ithaca Creek!
Come down to the banks of Ithaca Creek and celebrate the unveiling of our new interpretive signs!
There will also be a Geckoes Wildlife Show, student presentations and the opportunity to win prizes!
Ithaca Creek State School's students helped develop the signs following their adoption of the creek last year.
When: Saturday 22nd August, 2009
'The creek belongs to all of us' signage is funded by a Department of Natural Resources and Water's Community Awareness grant (now the Department of Environment and Resource Management)
BRAIN 2009 Rainforest Workshop 4: Gardening with Rainforest Plants
How to have an attractive, low maintenance garden with the added bonus of attracting wildlife. Learn which local plant species suit suburban gardens and what can be planted where. Find out which nurseries supply rainforest plants in the Brisbane area.
Presenters Shealagh Walker and Karen Webster are landscape architects experienced in creating gardens with rainforest plants.
When: Sunday, 23 August 2009
Habitat Restoration Celebration
Members of the city's Habitat Brisbane groups, catchment groups and wildife conservation partnerships program are invited to free BQQ breakfast hosted by Brisbane City Council, to say 'thank-you' for the countless hours of you contribute to improving Brisbane's environment.
Breakfast is from 8.30-9.30am and will be followed by a guided tour of the Melaleuca Environment Park, wildife displays and other activities.
When: Sunday 30 August 2009
Please RSVP by 21 August to email@example.com
What makes a Water Smart City?
Brisbane City Council invites you to help make Brisbane a WaterSmart City. Share your stories of why water is important to you. What events in our history have changed the way we value water? What have we learnt about water in Brisbane? Click on the 'your say' link to tell the world what you think!