February 2019 Events - Illawarra Greens

March 2019 Events

Illawarra Greens Events

O-week Stalls
26-27-28 February, Duckpond Lawn
Get in touch with Ben Arcioni

Illawarra Greens Monthly Meeting 
11am-1pm on Sunday 3rd March (first Sunday of the month) in Fairy Meadow.
For more details contact Illawarra Greens convenor Stephen Young
At 1pm we move onto a local café for lunch and a chat.

Big Green Bike Ride
Sunday 9 March at 10am-1pm
Celebrate cycling by joining us for a ride through the inner city bike ways with Green Senator Mehreen Faruqi and NSW MPs Jenny Leong, Jamie Parker and David Shoebridge.
https://www.facebook.com/events/2049851555312181/

Vote Green: NSW State Election
Saturday 23rd March
Let's change the government, and great Greens advocates in to parliament. Help hand out fliers on election day, at pre-polling, put up a poster in your yard or someone elses, and more. Sign up here:
https://greens.org.au/nsw/volunteer/wollongong

Illawarra Community Events

Protest: Stop Ramsay Degree @ UOW
Friday 1 March at 12noon outside UoW Library, main campus
Students, academics, staff and the community will be protesting to stop the Ramsay Centre degree for 'Western Civilisation'. Stand up for academic independence and against the corporate take over of university.
https://www.facebook.com/events/375041579917558/

Clean Up Australia Day
Saturday 2 March - 8-9am at Port waste water treatment plant: https://www.facebook.com/events/1384753584983109/
Saturday 2 March - 9am at Wollongong Harbour: https://www.facebook.com/events/375316926533835
Sunday 3 March - 9.30am-10.30am at MM Beach Port Kembla: https://www.facebook.com/events/774115462944097/
More sites: https://www.cleanupaustraliaday.org.au/join-a-clean-up

Fix NSW Rally
Sunday 3 March at 1-3pm,  Hyde Park, Sydney
Not happy about NSW? Fed up with the politicians hidden agenda decisions? Let us count the ways! Stadiums, Powerhouse, Coal Seam Gas, destruction of our river systems and precious water resources, forced removal of Indigenous children, Aboriginal deaths in custody, WestCONnex, overdevelopment, unaffordable housing, neglect and privatisation of public housing stock, public transport sell off & hospital privatisation.
https://www.facebook.com/events/2054590974832097/

Real Women, Real Stories
Friday 8 March at 10am-2pm at Wollongong City Library, Crown St
Celebrate International Womens Day with a high tea and some wonderful women from the Living Books program. These 'Living Books' are local women from different walks of life who will share with us their life experiences and life choices. The Illawarra Womens Centre will also be offering blood sugar and blood pressure.
RSVP on 42256800 or info@womenshealthcentre.com.au
http://womenshealthcentre.com.au

International Womens Day Art Exhibitions
Friday 8 March at 5pm-6.30pm at Wollongong City Gallery, cnr Kembla and Burelli St, Wollongong
a Future Feminist Archive - https://www.facebook.com/events/378457812982766/
Friday 8 March at 7pm at Project Art Gallery, 255 Keira St, Wollongong 
With performance by Femme Fatales - https://www.facebook.com/events/2125430850882947

 

Gong Commune | Living Climate Change, Making Climate Action
Monday 11 March at 6pm-8.30pm at The Servo Food Truck Bar, 6-8 Wentworth St, Port Kembla
An open discussion group to build solidarity and connect in the lead up to the Climate Strike.
https://www.facebook.com/events/2564980936850383/

 

RALLY Ratios - Illawarra/Shoalhaven
Tuesday 12th March at 12noon-1pm at McCabe Park, Wollongong
Join the rally demanding safe nurse to patient ratio's!
https://www.facebook.com/events/152883808971674/


Take Climate Action
Thursday 14th March at 6.30-8.30pm at the Illawarra Brewery
Screening of the short film: Accelerate  Speaker: George Takacs – UOW School of Physics
https://www.facebook.com/events/613205879131556/

Wollongong School Strike 4 Climate
Friday 15th March at 12noon-2pm meet at Arts Precinct (outside the IPAC), marching to Flagstaff Hill.
https://www.facebook.com/events/352781255329368/

'Give a Dam' Film Screening
Wednesday 20 March, 8-9.30pm at Multi-Purpose Centre 123 Flora St Sutherland (near Belmont St)
Raising the Warragamba Dam wall would destroy 65 kilometres of wilderness Rivers and inundate 4,700 hectares of the world heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park. GIVE A DAM is the grassroots community campaign to stop the destruction of the Blue Mountains national park and the over development in western Sydney from the raising of Warragamba Dam wall. This documentary showcases the spectacular landscapes under threat and the people who are trying to save it.
https://ssec.org.au/event/give-a-dam-documentary-screening/

EcoArts Australis Conference
26-28 May 2019, Wollongong
Using the Visual and Performing Arts to Encourage Pro-environmental Behaviour - abstract deadline and early bird tickets on 15 March.
http://www.ecoartsaustralis.org.au