Walk on the Wild Side: Weaving workshop with Aunty Bev Hand - SOLD OUT

10:00am–12:00pm 12 Aug
Maleny, in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland


Event details:

Time: 10am - 12pm, Friday 12 August

For ticket holders only, please note the following details:

- Please arrive at least 10 minutes early to check in and settle - Morning tea will be provided

- Please dress weather appropriate, our event is outdoors so a hat, sunscreen, and long sleeves is advised

- We will have some chairs and mats for people to sit on, but if you have your own camp chair or picnic rug, please feel welcome to bring these along

Finding the location:The venue for the event is the Yarning Circle at the Barung site on the Maleny Community Precinct, Parkland Dr (Parkland Dr runs off Porter's Ln, opposite the Barung Community Nursery), Maleny. Here is a link to a Google map indicating the location.

Street parking is available.

In line with safety and Covid-safe protocols please comply with the following:

- If you feel unwell or have a cough, fever, sore throat, fatigue or shortness of breath, or display any other listed Covid-19-related symptoms, we ask that you please do not attend- We encourage you to at all times maintain physical distance of 1.5m

- Hand sanitiser will be availableIn the event of wet weather or unsafe conditions

- In the event of wet weather, high wind or other unsafe conditions, we will be in touch and will cancel the event

Spend a morning weaving in nature with Kabi Kabi Elder Aunty Bev Hand in the yarning circle at the Barung Seed Forest.

Aunty Bev has a deep connection and intimate ties to this land and its flora and fauna. As a respected Elder, Aunty Bev holds many cultural stories and knowledge of Indigenous traditions and history around South East Queensland, and has been involved in some of Barung Landcare's largest community conservation projects.

Join us for a yarn while you weave amongst the emerging forest, and take in the sounds of nature.

Light morning tea and all weaving materials provided.

This is an all abilities experience, wheelchairs can access the yarning circle via the grassy ramp and lawn area.

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We acknowledge the Jinibara people and the Gubbi Gubbi people, the traditional custodians of the different areas of country on which The Rangebow Festival takes place and we pay our respects to indigenous elders, past, present and emerging.