Beach clean up crew
Do your bit for the environment this Sunday and join the Northern Beaches Clean Up Crew in Newport. Help clean up the grass area and beach and try to remove as much plastic, cigarette butts and rubbish as possible. You'll be provided with clean and washed gloves as well as bags, and buckets. Meet at Bert Payne Park, just south of the clubhouse, at 10am. No bookings required.
Meet the ecologist
Wander through the permaculture garden and learn more about ecology and sustainable living this Friday at Kimbriki's Eco House and Garden. This a unique education centre is dedicated to exploring how to live in a more sustainable way. Built in 1999, it's constructed primarily from materials recovered from the Kimbriki site, otherwise destined for landfill. Come along, be inspired, ask questions and don't forget to bring your own mug to enjoy a pot of freshly brewed Kimbriki Herbal tea. It's on at Kimbriki Resource Recovery Centre from 9.30am to 3.30pm. Bookings are essential by calling 9486 3512 or visiting https://www.northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/whats-on/meet-ecologist. Entry is free.
Rock into the weekend
Kick off your Friday night in fine form with live rock classics that will have you singing along in your seats, with Dave White taking to the stage from 9pm at Daniel San. Why not get there early to catch the ocean views before the sun sets and you settle in for the night. Free entry, bookings are encouraged, visit https://danielsan.com.au/ for more information.
Markets by the beach
Head to the Governor Phillip Park this Sunday for the iconic Palm Beach Market. The market offers customers a wide selection of products to browse including high quality homewares, fashion and jewellery. You could pick up a loaf of fresh bread, grab some homemade cakes, or take home some locally produced Olive Oil. Stay for lunch and enjoy Vietnamese pho, fish and chips, dumplings or perhaps a B&E roll. And of course, there is always great coffee. It's on 9am-3pm, entry is free.
Award winning doco
In collaboration with Brazengrowth and Lifeline Northern Beaches, United Cinemas Australia invites you to a special screening of the award-winning documentary Suicide: The Ripple Effect this Wednesday. The documentary tells the story of Kevin Hines, who at age 19 attempted to take his life and it chronicles the impact of his suicide attempt on others and his work as a mental health advocate since that time. Doors open at 6pm, screening starts at 7pm, the film is followed by a mental health panel Q&A. Tickets are $40 with proceeds going to support the work of Lifeline Northern Beaches. Visit https://unitedcinemas.com.au/warriewood/movie/the-ripple-effect to book.
Organic food fair
Come along to the market this Sunday to pick up produce, fresh bakery items, fish, meat, plants, flowers and fair trade sustainable gifts. It's on 8.30am-1pm in the carpark at Pittwater RSL. Entry is free.
- List your community event or gig for free at www.northernbeaches review.com.au/whats-on
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