Bees play an essential role as pollinators in the garden. Without bees many of our vegetables and fruit would never grow. Help us plant a bee friendly garden in the sculpture park and enjoy a natural history illustration workshop with local artist Tallulah Cunningham.
Saturday 21 August
10.30am to 12noon
Siblings and parents welcome to help with planting.
$15 per children ticket
Session held in and out of doors.
Suitable foot wear and sun protection recommended. In case of inclement weather the session may be cancelled.
For the safety and well-being of all participants, safe-distancing and social gathering measures will be practised and contact details for traceability will be kept. All attendees will be reminded to follow health advice and safe physical distancing by keeping 1.5m apart, maintaining personal hygiene by regularly washing hands, and not attending if they feel unwell. Council reserves the right to cancel the event if deemed in violation with safe COVID practices.
The Museum of Art and Culture (MAC) is located at the end of First Street, Booragul, on the edge of Lake Macquarie. MAC has ramp access for wheelchairs and prams, baby changing facilities and accessible toilets.
MAC can be reached easily from the lake foreshore cycleway, the water, or by public transport. There is plenty of parking for cars, and buses with accessible spaces available, onsite and adjacent to the Hunter Rowing Club.