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Events for the month of May 2021
Climate Action through Gardening - Webinar
Wednesday, May 19, 2021
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
The garden is more than just an outdoor room. It can be a place of Climate Action where you can connect with the environment and implement changes to reduce your contribution to climate change and help build climate resilience.

This webinar will introduce you to simple actions you can take to reduce your personal CO2 emissions at home and help you prepare your garden for the changing climate.

Topics will include:
- How the Garden can be used to reduce your impact and adapt to a changing climate;
- Climate 7 framework;
- Organic waste and carbon emissions;
- Creating micro-climates to cool gardens and houses;
- Food gardening and reducing food miles;
- Water Smart Gardening and impact on emissions;
- Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.

Via Zoom
Barb Jordan   

Knox City Council Grants Program
Thursday, May 20, 2021
7:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Grants Knox
Facilitator: Knox City Council Community Partnerships Team

Knox City Council has a range of grants available. Learn more about the grants and how to prepare your application to address the application criteria.

Learning outcomes include:

*Understand the range of grants available at Knox City Council
*Understand how to complete a KCC grant application

Please note that we are offering two sessions that will cover the same content. You only need to attend one session.

Via Zoom

National Sorry Day ceremony – Live Stream Event
Wednesday, May 26, 2021
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Mitch Mahony Artwork
Knox City Council is committed to progressing Aboriginal reconciliation in practical and symbolic ways.

Wednesday 26 May 2021 marks National Sorry Day, a day of recognition of The Stolen Generations and an important part of healing. We will observe National Sorry Day and the start of Reconciliation Week with traditional Aboriginal ceremonies and the raising of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flag. Join us on from 10.30am on Wednesday 26 May for a live stream of this event and experience:
• Welcome to Country
• A smoking ceremony
• The raising of the flags
• A didgeridoo performance

For more information about Aboriginal reconciliation, visit or call give us a call on 9298 8000.

Adrian Greenwood   

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