A Caboolture Neighbourhood Nature Play Community Discussion
APRIL 18th, 6.30pm to 8.30pm
Presented by Nature Play QLD
Do you have a vibrant neighbourhood filled with kids playing-out regularly, connected, being active and social?
Is your neighbourhood like most modern urban streets, empty with no children playing and mostly a place for cars?
Either way we need your input, we want to hear your story and we want to explore the possibility of starting a journey of returning the neighbourhood as a place for kids to play, connect and thrive.
Connected neighbourhoods are safe and healthy places for all
Please join us for this very important local conversation to explore ‘Do our children need a neighbourhood anymore’? and ‘is a neighbourhood as important as adequate nutrition, for our kid’s health and development?
The evening schedule:
- Key Note- Importance of Children’s Neighbourhood Play from Hyahno Moser- Program Manager for Nature Play QLD
- Outline of Walking Together Project- a local initiative aiming to explore the possibility of activating a neighbourhood in Caboolture
- Free Networking Supper
- Facilitated panel/audience conversation centered on- Maybe Kids Don’t Need Neighbourhoods Anymore? (including local neighbourhood champions)
Hyahno Moser is the Program Manager for Nature Play QLD. He is also a father of 4 kids and is a big believer in neighbourhood play and connected communities;
“Childhood is more than just a number of days and not only a stage of development, it happens within the context of a place and space. In my mind, our neighbourhoods are the most important outdoor play and developmental resource we can give our children. They need it to grow super happy healthy and strong and to support their overall development across the total span of childhood”.
Date- 18th of April 2018
Time- 6.30pm to 8.30pm (with supper provided)
Venue- Centenary Lakes Sports Club & Function Centre. 16 Stringfellow Rd, Caboolture QLD 4510
RSVP by REGISTERING HERE - (for catering purposes) but please free to just show up and bring a friend
Who is this for?
Parents, Grandparents, Carer’s, Guardians, Local Neighbourhood Champions, Local Action Groups, Community Groups, Local and State Gov Representatives, Local Business Owners, Educators, Health Professionals, all people interested in the wellbeing of our children and community.
Nature Play QLD have lots of great FREE resources for community to inspire and encourage more Neighbourhood Nature Play - Click HERE to exlpore and play
This event is organized by Nature Play QLD.
Nature Play QLD is a not for profit organisation that aims to renormalise an outdoor childhood for of Queensland kids.
You can learn more about how you can get involved from our website www.natureplayqld.org.au