What To Bring : South Coast Permaculture Convergence


What To Bring

WHAT TO BRING
Wristband – Please make sure your wristband is on for the duration of the weekend. It serves as your ticket into the convergence. It will also be your meal ticket for the caterers. Wristbands have been posted to all those that have registered and paid.
Mug for hot drinks (other tableware will be provided)
Blankets and cushions or a fold up chair for your own comfort.
Note taking tools, musical instruments, games and other tools of your crafts
Seeds, plants and cuttings: Join in helping to spread useful, tasty and unique plants and trees through the SE bioregion. You’re encouraged to bring along some of your favourites for propagation.
Visual display: If you operate a sustainable business, we would also like to invite you to bring along a small, static, unmanned display (business cards, brochures, flyers, posters etc) to showcase on a trestle table within the hall (BYO table) at no extra cost. Email displays@permacon.scpa.org.au

WEATHER INFO
Bega in August can be frosty in the mornings and windy during the day. It can also be beautifully sunny during the day, chilling off in the evening. When it rains, it’s wet.

KIDS AT THE CONVERGENCE
Kids are more than welcome. Basic facilities will be provided for activities, however anyone bringing children 11 or under will need to help supervise and manage these activities. BYO activities will also be very welcome. Attending children will be the responsibility of the children's attending adults. Food is available for children from the set menu or BYO. Donations for catering will be very much appreciated and will help go towards covering the cost of the food provided.

NAME TAG COMPETITION
BYO name tags if you can. We are having a competition to see who can come up with the most creative name tag of the Convergence.

Mumbulla School is a smoke-free zone.

 

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