There is a festival that is most fine, which is underway in Melbourne and we trouped along to the Market Day yesterday and were happy to see some of the organisations we know well there, including the Thin Green Line (helping rangers who protect wildlife in some of the most dangerous parts of the world), Fifteen Trees (revegetating rural Victoria), Friends of the Earth and so on and so forth. I had a lentil burger with homemade tomato sauce - delish.
Our preparations for the Get Eco Creative Exhibition next weekend have taken up a lot of personal time, and hence there hasn't been much written on here. We are all volunteers for this Festival so it's nice when people get acknowledged.
Huge thanks must go to Master Andrew Ioannidis, artist (architect and musician) without whom I would be having huge hissy fits, by now! And as of yesterday, the Get Ec0-Creative Exhibition is coming together, much more smoothly than anticipated.
Hope to see you there next Saturday or Sunday 23-24 February, from 11am to 5.30 Space 39, upstairs 39 Little Collins St Melb. It's a visual and conceptual exhibition as to how we express our green messages.
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