Earth Hour Sculpture in the Gardens

Saturday 26 March 2022 at 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Gates open 5.00pm, Lights out at 7.30pm for Earthhour

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Join us for our fourth annual Earth Hour event, which includes our Sculpture in the Gardens competition. Sustainability stalls and children’s workshops. Refreshments available or bring your own picnic.

Premier Screening of 'Regenerating Australia' at 7.30pm

Sculpture Competition

Sculptures to be made from at least 80% recycled materials. It is open to all residents of our local area, including Wingecarribee, Wollondilly, Goulburn-Mulwaree, Shoalhaven, Kiama, Shellharbour and Wollongong Shires. Prizes will be awarded in three sections – Junior School, Senior School and Open, plus a People’s Choice Award. The sculptures will remain in the gardens for the next two weeks.

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Children’s Workshop

The children’s workshop will continue the sustainability theme of Earth Hour.
Bookings essential.
Cost: $5 per child

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       2022 stalls include:

  • WinZero exhibiting electric cars and local environment initiatives
  • Landcare
  • Moss Vale High showcasing their initiative for solar power for the school
  • Regen Action A regenerative movement implementing nature-based solutions
  • Moss Vale Community Gardens
  • Life at Greenlaws showcasing home sustainability including keeping chickens
  • Bowral Bee Keeping showcasing bees and selling bee products
  • Wingecarribee Shire Council will display the Council support, initiatives and consultation opportunities for living sustainably
  • Reviva Centre with a stall of upcycling items from the Moss Vale Reviva Centre

A special premier screening of the new Regenerating Australia short film (from the makers of ‘2040’ and ‘that Sugar Film’).

What would Australia be like in 2030 if we simply listened to the needs of its people? Come along and find out and how about how you can get involved.

Featuring Kerry O’Brien, Sandra Sully, Gorgi Coghlan, Tim Flannery, Larissa Behrendt, David Pocock and other well-known voices, the film is set on New Year’s Eve 2029 and takes the form of a news bulletin looking back at the decade ‘that could be’. A decade that saw Australia transition to a fairer, cleaner, more regenerative economy that values Australia’s greatest assets – First Nations’ wisdom, our unique natural environment and our sense of community.