Thursday, 14 May 2009

Blueskin Bay News for Friday May 15

The Wayne Francis Charitable Trust is seeking three young leaders in the sustainability field to be guests at the Hillary Institute Symposium in Christchurch on World Environment Day, June 5. If you are between 18 and 25, work in sustainability, are passionate about a sustainable future and would like to attend, you need to apply. Details of how can be found on www.hillaryinstitute.org.nz

 

Dunedin North MP Pete Hodgson is holding his next community clinic on Monday May 18. He will be at the Blueskin Bay Library in Waitati at 2.30 where he will be available to hear from constituents.

 

Green list MP Kevin Hague will be the guest speaker at a public meeting next Thursday, May 21. Hosted by the Blueskin Bay branch of the Green Party, the meeting will be held in the Waitati Hall from 8pm. Green MPs are currently working how to solve the crises of economic recession, climate change and environmental collapse through the party’s Green New Deal initiative. Everyone is welcome.

 

With the weather turning cold and wet, kids are spending more time inside. So it may be time to visit the Toy library and pick up some new entertainment for them. The Toy Library will be open on Saturday at the Waitati Hall from 10.30 till 11.30 am, and again on Monday May 18 at 6.30 to 7.30pm.

 

Further details on these items can be found on this website.

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