Get Wild About Wetlands - Art of Wetland Discov - POSTPONED

Add to calendar Thursday 16 April 2020 9am-midday

**In light of recent information regarding COVD-19 this event is postponed until the Sept school holiday period. Please check the website for regular updates.

Spend the morning with Angela Rossen, artist & biodiversity educator, and learn how to observe and record living things in your environment using the powers of art and science!  Angela will open your heart and mind to the magnificent creatures that form part of the Manning Lake and surrounding bushland ecosystems. Learn amazing tips and tricks to bring out your inner artist. All art equipment and light refreshments provided.

For all events you and your children are required to wear trousers (long pants) and closed in shoes. 

Remember to bring your drink bottles and hats.

Cost: $5

Bookings essential

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Manning Park

Azelia Road,
Spearwood WA 6163

 

 

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