This Week in the Pluriversity

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This Week in the Pluriversity:

  • Podcasting Workshop – Friday 9 August
  • Refugee Fundraiser: Chinese Dumpling Workshop – Saturday 10 August
  • We need you for a Permablitz! – Monday 12 August
  • Pot Luck Dinner to launch Pluriversity Program – Wednesday 14 August
  • ‘It’s My Party and I’ll Die If I Want To’  – 15 – 18 August

We’ve been flat out over the last few weeks finalising our program for the Pluriversity website. We’d love you to join us for the launch of the Program on Wednesday 14 August.

In the meantime we’ve already started rolling out events and workshops. Scroll down for more information. All workshops and events are open to young people aged 16+ and events listed here, except tickets for Josh’s play, are free! 

Contact Lis on 0407 437 553 if you’d like to be involved as numbers need to be finalised this week.

Podcasting Workshop with Rich Bowden from Climactic

10am – 12 noon Friday 9 August

@ The Big Fix – 101 Wentworth St Blackheath 

Refugee Fundraiser: Chinese Dumpling Workshop

10am – 1pm Saturday 10 August

@ Bower Cottage, 176 Evans Lookout Rd, Blackheath

Learn to make Chinese dumplings from Ann, a local refugee. Dumplings will be sold at a Refugee Support Group Fundraising Dinner the following night.

Volunteers needed for a Permablitz!

10am – 1pm Monday 12 August

Meet at The Big Fix – 101 Wentworth St @ 9.45am

We auctioned a Permablitz at our Gala Fundraiser and it’s time to do the deed! Let Lis know on 0407 437 553 as soon as possible if you’re available as we need a team of six. 

Youth Cafe Pot Luck Dinner to launch Pluriversity Program

6pm Wednesday 14 August

@ The Big Fix, 101 Wentworth St, Blackheath

One of the best things about recent Youth Cafes has been discovering what a brilliant cook Annabel is. Feel free to show off and bring something yummy to share (although fruit and nuts are OK too!).

We’re aiming to have fortnightly Youth Cafes and Pot Luck Dinners to introduce you to inspiring mentors in the community. On Wednesday 14 August we’ll reveal our Pluriversity Program for the coming six months and give you first chance to enrol.

For those interested in all aspects of the Theatre, including Scriptwriting and How to Make a Pitch, we’re thrilled to announce that Director/Producer Margaret Davis will be our special guest on Wednesday 21 August.

‘It’s My Party and I’ll Die If I Want To’ by the Blackheath Theatre Company

Tickets are available now from TryBooking. We hope to see you there!

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