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“Get Creative for Climate” World Environment Day

Event Details

“Get Creative for Climate” World Environment Day

Time: June 5, 2008 from 11:30am to 1:30pm
Location: Redacliffe Square, Brisbane City
Event Type: Happening, display
Organized By: Brisbane City Council
Latest Activity: Jun 6, 2008

Event Description

What to expect

Brisbane City Council invites YOU to explore our “Get Creative for Climate” festival on World Environment Day 5 June.
Walk through the creative village and see Bicycle Revolution build a one-off recycled bike or witness jewellery emerging from old computer parts.
Pause to take in the village art, including pieces from five Brisbane community artists, and a glimpse into the future from the CitySmart Children’s Art Competition.
Discover awe-inspiring sculptures, while A cappella choirs serenade you with sustainable song.
And then stop, write your own green pledge for Brisbane’s future on an emerging onsite artwork, and get the chance to win an In-Home Energy Monitor to the value of $240.
This isn’t just an event: it’s an experience to awaken the senses to sustainability.

Don’t miss out. For more information on World Environment Day go to

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