North Bank Working Bee
Sunday 26 August | 9 am – 12 pm | East St easement
Our next Sunday morning working bee is this Sunday. The location is on the North bank of Five Mile Creek at the East St easement under the power lines. Look for the blue trailer.
Jobs include removal of oak seedlings under the large oak and woody weed removal in an adjoining planting. A nearby thicket of privet also needs removal. Wear warm clothing, sturdy boots and bring gloves, pruning saws, loppers etc.
The site is accessible on foot from Thomas Court or from Campaspe Drive. Vehicles will not be able to reach the actual site due to wet grass conditions. Morning tea is provided. Newcomers welcome.
For further details contact Peter Yates on 54273221 or 0407339856.
Landcare in the Library
1-10 September | Woodend Library
To celebrate Landcare Week, Woodend Landcare will set up our annual display in the library with the theme “simple actions make a big difference for our native plants and animals“. Please drop by for ideas and inspiration.
Free Movie: The Lorax
8 September | 2pm | Woodend Community Centre
Celebrate National Threatened Species Day with this exciting movie screening organised by the Macedon Ranges Sustainability Group and Macedon Ranges Shire Council.
The 7th of September is National Threatened Species Day, and in acknowledgement of the need to protect our flora and fauna, MRSG’s “Movies That Matter” Action Group has partnered with the Macedon Ranges Shire Council to host a matinee screening of the timeless tale of “The Lorax.”
Come along to the Woodend Community Centre on Saturday 8 September at 2pm to see the animated version of the classic Dr Suess book.
This is a family-friendly event for kids to become engaged with our environment in a fun way. BYO beanbags / cushions / rugs (chairs provided). Free Entry – and free popcorn! Light refreshments also provided.
Contact Anita for more info – email@example.com
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