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Libraries lead the way with Sustainability Series

Published Monday, 21st May 2018

Conservation and environmental issues will be the focus of a Sustainability Series in City of Wanneroo libraries over the next two months.

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Join local experts as they delve into a range of important topics uncovering what we can do to live more sustainably through a series of presentations, workshops and movie screenings.

With a plastic bag ban just around the corner, the Bag It movie night is topical and will offer timely advice, while other topics range from protecting the critically endangered Carnaby’s Black Cockatoo, to a workshop on reusable nappies.

CLARKSON LIBRARY

27 Ocean Keys Boulevard, Clarkson

Bag It - Movie Night
7 June - 6pm

Creating Cockatoo Spaces
14 June - 6pm

Reducing Plastic
28 June - 6pm

Water Conservation
30 June - 10am

Journey of the Universe – Movie Night
5 July - 6pm

Go Wild
19 July - 6pm

Kaarakin
21 July - 10am

WANNEROO LIBRARY

What’s the Story with Understorey?
7 June - 6pm

Nappies for Newborns
9 June - 10am

Story of South-West Australia
21 June - 6pm

Cleaning with Chemistry
12 July - 6pm

Treading Gently on the Land
2 August - 6pm

YANCHEP/TWO ROCKS LIBRARY

Lisford Avenue, Two Rocks

Blue; the Tide Has Come for Change – Movie Night
14 June - 6pm

GIRRAWHEEN LIBRARY

6 Patrick Court, Girrawheen

Clean Bin Project – Movie Night
19 June - 6pm

Decluttering
23 June - 10am

ALKIMOS POP UP LIBRARY

Graceful Boulevard, Alkimos Beach

Fish for the Future
21 July - 10am
 
Bookings are essential.

Visit wanneroo.wa.gov.au/explorediscoverconnect for the list of events and booking details.

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