Redefining Retirement - POSTPONED

Add to calendar Wednesday 29 April 2020 6:00pm-8:00pm


**In the interest of community safety this event has been postponed. Check back regularly for up-to-date information.

If you are wondering what to do about your superannuation, this is NOT the workshop for you. If on the other hand you are keen to make work an integral and balanced part of a full, happy and sustainable life, then this may be just the workshop for you. 

In this talk sustainability educator, artist, musician, and urban goat herder Tim Darby delves into the value of “work” in the age of the gig economy, declining cheap energy and the fallacy of continuous growth. A thought-provoking journey into how to make the best of that limited and nonrenewable resource... your time!

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Beeliar Community Centre

Beeliar Community Centre, 33 Lakefront Avenue,
Beeliar WA 6164

 

 

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