Locals helping locals.
It's mid winter and we have heaps of children suffering from the cold....come join us to help them.
We hand sew beautiful blankets to help our local kids in need.
last year we made approx 100 blankets!
Just pop in with friends, or become a regular part of our lovely group for the year.
No experience needed.
We have all the equipment.
All hand stitching
6.30 to 8.30pm
Mt Albert YMCA
773 New North Road.
No need to register, just turn up.
We look forward to meeting you!
With only 60 years of farmable soil left on Earth, The Need to Grow offers an intimate look into the hearts of activists and innovators in the food movement.
Follow an 8-year-old girl challenges the ethics of a beloved organization - a renegade farmer struggles to keep his land as he revolutionizes resource efficient agriculture - and an accomplished visionary investor faces catastrophe in the midst of developing a game-changing technology.
Narrated by Rosario Dawson (Marvel's The Defenders, The Lego Batman Movie), discover alarming evidence on the importance of healthy soil - revealing not only the potential of localized food production working with nature but our opportunity as individuals to help regenerate our planet's dying soils and participate in the restoration of the earth.
6:00pm: Arrive and mingle
6:15pm: Official Welcome
6:30pm: Film begins (1 hour + 37 mins)
8:05pm: Discussion, sharing and connecting
Register here: www.facebook.com... or www.eventbrite.co.nz...
This is part of a series of documentary screenings to come together, learn, raise awareness and discuss.
4 Mondays, 4 conscious movies
19 August: Seed - The untold story
26 August: The need to grow
16 September: Modified
23 September: River Blue
Join us for all 4 evenings: Conscious Movies Mondays
Conscious Action events are a space to connect with like-minded people, collaborate to come up with inspiring ideas, and celebrate what we are already contributing to the collective.
The Workshop Auckland is a conscious co-working community for businesses making a positive impact in the world.
Hi neighbours, are there any questionable-looking sculptures in your area? Talks of NZ's "ugliest" sculptures have been hot with a giant hand recently moving to the capital. Boy Walking in Potters Park has received mixed reviews and before that, a noodles sculpture called OnDo also had mixed reviews. Have you spotted any other interesting sculptures in your area?
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