Surry Hills Festival 2012

Surry Hills Festival 2012

27 October, 2012

Surry Hills Festival 2012 returns to the newly renovated Prince Alfred Park to offer an even bigger variety of music, street theatre, food and market stalls.

This is a great community event to bring the family along to, as any funds raised go towards the Surry Hills Neighborhood Centre. Each year the venue is flooded with thousands from Sydney and beyond, and this year is shaping up to be the biggest Surry Hills Festival yet.

This is also a great opportunity for local up and coming artists or bands to perform live for a crowd, or those with creative minds and hands to set up a stall and earn some cash for their wares.

Where: Prince Alfred Park, Surry Hills
When: Saturday 27th October, 2012
Cost: Free
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Give and take

Wednesday, 1 August 2012

In the green marketplace, renting and swapping is the new currency. Change the way you shop and get to know your neighbours with collaborative consumption.

Garage Sale Trail

5 May, 2012

This garage sale just keeps getting bigger and bigger every year! Now in its third year, don't miss out on being involved- either as a shopper or a seller. The garage sale trail promotes sustainability, creativity, community and micro enterprise by offering a platform for peer to peer exchange of assets on a national scale.

Where: Australia wide.
When: Saturday May 5, 2012
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Cities with People in Mind

‘Cities with People in Mind’: Annual Conference for International Cities, Town Centres & Communities Society

25 - 28 October

The ICTC Society is a not-for-profit, independent organisation encouraging socially and environmentally responsible towns and cities through international best practice and expertise. This year’s annual conference, held in Hobart, includes sessions on ‘Carbon Neutral Cities’, ‘Transport and Urban Communities’ and ‘Housing Affordability’. Field trips, master classes and networking functions are also offered.

Where: Hotel Grand Chancellor, Constitution Dock, Hobart, Tasmania.
When: 25 - 28 October, 2011.
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Family walking down a street

Green living is community living

Friday, 8 October 2010

The old fashioned view of green communities is of hippie communes. These days we’re more likely to think of Transition Towns and community gardens. But it doesn’t matter if you’re No Impact Man living in New York City or if you’re building an earthship in a country town... making green choices encourages community spirit.

Girl eating peas

6 reasons to eat local food

Monday, 8 February 2010

I've come up with 6 excellent reasons to eat local food - environment, health, and community just to name a few. Can you come up with more?

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