Pittwater Life March 2018 Issue


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Living Ocean Tale. With

four decades at the coalface,

Associate Professor in

Marine Climate Risk and

Deputy Director of the Marine

Research Centre at Macquarie

University Ian Goodwin has

plenty to share at a free talk

titled ‘A Climate Change

Odyssey’; at Avalon Bowling

Club on Thurs 1 from 7pm.

Colour Run. Barrenjoey High

is kick-starting its 50th year

celebrations with a colour run

and a giant inflatable obstacle

course backed with booming

music on Barrenjoey Oval on

Fri 9. Sessions for all school

ages – kindy to Year 12. Entry

$10; bookings essential via


Barefoot Ball. Be quick to

snap up the few remaining

tickets for this premier blacktie

barefoot charity event on

Newport Beach on Sat 24 from

6pm. Hosted by Newport Surf

Life Saving Club with catering

by hatted restaurant Sotto

Sopra and music from the Kate

Lush band, this wonderful

evening raises money for

Cystic Fibrosis Community

Care. Details eventbrite.com.au

Clean the lagoon. Meet

at the Narrabeen Woolies

carpark for an induction by

the NB Council team at 8am

and collect your free gloves

and bags (the first 100 to turn

up will also get a free hat). If

you want to be on the water

bring your kayak or SUP;

if you want to work on the

ground you’ll need to wear

covered footwear. This great

community event is on Sun 25

from 8am-11am.

Composting workshop.

Learn about composting and

worm farming and how simple

actions can make a huge

contribution to cutting back on

food waste and greenhouse

gas emissions and maintaining

a healthy lifestyle at 7.15pm

on Thurs 29 at Nelson Heather

Centre Nth Narrabeen. Brought

to you by Permaculture

Northern Beaches. Entry by

donation. Bring a container if

you want some worm castings.

14 MARCH 2018

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