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Skipping Stones – ReCreating Place – Dance Here
April 5, 2016Free
Outdoor school holiday adventures for children and families. Relate and create playfully in the moment. A very special opportunity to visit the Yellingbo Conservation Reserve, home of the endangered Helmeted Honey Eater and the theme and inspiration for these workshops. These outdoor school holiday adventures for children, will combine elements of dance, theatre, ephemeral art & outdoor education. Facilitated by Mandy Pickett and Cora Zon, who have extensive experience in running arts activities for both children and adults, in collaboration with James Frazer, Environmental Coordinator FOHH. James will provide an introduction to the critically endangered Helmeted Honeyeater, highlighting it’s habitat requirements and the role members of the public can play in saving the species. Mandy & Cora will encourage participants to take time, listen, be present and build awareness of each other & this very special environment. We will venture into the nearby habitat, learn, explore, create & relate playfully in the moment. A unique opportunity to connect to nature through artistic adventures.
What: Skipping Stones – ReCreating Place – Dance Here
Who: Skipping Stones Dance – ReCreating Place – Friends Of The Helmeted Honey Eater & Dance Here Project ( Yarra Ranges Council)
When: Tuesday 5th April 6 to 8 years old 10am–11.30am Dance, ephemeral art & story telling 9 to 12 years old 12.30pm–2.30pm Dance, story, nature treasures & art All ages 3pm–4.30pm Outdoor adventures, dance, story & art
Where: Yellingbo Nature Conservation Reserve, Depot Shed Shield Road, Yellingbo 3139
Meeting Location: Meeting location provided after booking is confirmed
Suburb: Yellingbo 3139
Age Range: All Ages
Bookings: Try Booking
Further info: recreatingplace.wordpress.com