Neighbourhood catch up: 19 September from 6pm to 7.30pm

When: Wednesday 19 September from 6pm to 7.30pm
Where: Mt Eden Village Centre

Pillowcases and sheets drop off and exhibition opening:
Mt Eden Village Centre,  18 to 25 September,
9am and 12pm,

You are invited to have a glass of wine, meet your neighbours and learn how to save the whales.

We have teamed up with Project Jonah for this community event, aimed at connecting the community and supporting whale rescue operations. For eight days we’ll be collecting light coloured bed sheets, pillowcases and donations to support Project Jonah with their wonderful work. Throughout the campaign, pointillist artist and conservationist Rio Rossellini will have paintings featuring whales and dolphins on show at the Mt Eden Village Centre.

Please join us on Wednesday 19 September from 6pm to 7.30pm for a wine tasting, with wine kindly supplied by Moana Park, entry is by gold coin donation. This could be a night when you meet the neighbours, get to know people you can call when you need help or swap home-grown vegetables with, or join to rescue whales and dolphins. You will also get to meet Rio Rossellini and talk to her about her art.

So let’s get ready for a spring clean and declutter the linen cupboard – how many sheets and pillowcases do you really need?

Please drop off any unwanted pillowcases and sheets at the manager’s office in the Mt Eden Village Centre between 9am and 12pm, from Tuesday 18 September to Tuesday 25 September. The Mt Eden Village Centre is part of our zero waste initiative we have been working with our local shops and businesses. We support recycling within our community and hope that with this initiative we make it easy for you to relocate unwanted items.
There will also be a donation box available to collect donations to support Project Jonah.

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