We have been fortunate to run and be part of some fantastic events over the past few weeks and I am looking forward to being involved in upcoming events in the next few weeks.
We are looking forward to the Rural Women’s Wellbeing Workshop at Bedgerabong Hall on Wednesday, 26 September. This workshop will have a focus on women’s health, wellbeing and mindfulness with presenters, Rachel Kerin and Narelle Hunter.
Rachel is the founder of Kerin Physio Co and is a dedicated physiotherapist, passionate about inspiring and empowering people to self-manage their bodies through quality education via guided consults and specific classes through a mobile business covering large areas of the Central West.
Narelle is a mindfulness coach and founder of Blissfully Present. As a mother of four daughters and farmer’s wife of 26 years, Narelle understands how challenging and rewarding the rural environment can be and is passionate about helping others find effective ways to cope during trying times.
This event is free and will have catering provided by the lovely ladies of Bedgerabong.
These workshops are being run in partnership with Central West Local Land Services and Landcare in the Central West. We would love you to join us at Bedgerabong between 9.30am and 3pm. RSVP to me on 02 6862 4914 or at email@example.com
Find a copy of the flier here. Please feel free to distribute to friends. We look forward to seeing you there!
If you are in Parkes for Reading Day, make sure that you drop in at 141 on Main during the morning, where I will be with the Landcare Worm Farm, reading about….worms and worm farms…and looking a little bit REaDICULOUS! I am majorly looking forward to meeting the Reading Bug!
It is such a privilege to be part of educational activities like this and Reading Downtown at Forbes.
The next National Parks Association walk is being held next Wednesday, 19 September and will be a medium, 5 kilometre walk at Black Ridge. Walkers are meeting at Bushman’s Dam at 9am. Please contact walk leader, Merran Cannon on 6866 1225 prior to the walk to confirm your attendance.
Walkers are reminded to bring along enough food and water for the entire day as well as suitable clothing, footwear, hat and sunscreen. A pair of good binoculars and a fold up chair is recommended. A $2.00 donation for each walker is appreciated.
The following NPA walk will be at Peregrine’s Track on Sunday, 7 October and it will be a hard 7 kilometres with Peter Cannon. More details are available on our website calendar.
For further information and links to further information in this article, please go to our website at centralwestlachlanlandcare.org, our facebook page, firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 02 6862 4914.
Until next week, happy Landcaring!