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Millennium Kids is a not for profit organisation with trained facilitators and mentors with Working with Children Checks, First Aid and other skills that make an MK event a caring and supportive environment for young people 10 – 25 years.
Millennium Kids works locally, regionally and internationally with young people to develop practical action projects using the MK Ten Step Inquiry Methodology.
KIDS IN THE COMMUNITY – WEEKEND EVENTS 2013
|River Fiesta – Clean Up and Tree Planting 9 June 2013
9am – 12pm
|Join local PEAC student and Millennium Kids Sustainability Ambassador Jordyn undertake a river clean-up, plant a tree, find out about dolphin protection and other activities to help our local river. Enjoy a morning tea and a sausage sizzle and find out about local animals with the Native ARC team.Supported by Millennium Kids Inc, Department of Environment and Conservation and The Greening ProjectCOST:$5.00 Donation to The Greening Project and Native ARC
VENUE: Meet at pergola area on riverside at Como Overpass, Preston Street and Melville Pde, Como
|Tree Planting in Calingiri 21 July 2013
8.30am – 5.30pm
|Tree Planting and family day of biodiversity fun at Carrah Farm in Calingiri. Plant some trees to reduce erosion, meet Sarah and hear about how they are helping protect Carnaby Cockatoo habitat and enjoy a barbecue in the countryside.COST: $10.00TRANSPORT: Bus to depart the Grove Library Cottesloe and City of South Perth Civic Centre on the day.|
|Making Bird Boxes 25 Aug 2013
10.00am – 4.00pm
Work with Simon Cherriman and Gill Basnett to make bird boxes for local bird species. Hear from Simon about his passion for birds and how he is using photography to highlight habitat protection.
COST: $5.00 DONATION
|Bats Nightstalk 27 Sept 2013
4.30pm – 8.00pm
|Join Millennium Kids at Andrew Thompson Conservation Park on the Canning River in Waterford and find out about local bats. Find out how they are being used to reduce mosquito populations. You may even get to hear one! Have a barbecue before the sunsets.COST: FreeVENUE: Meet at Elderfield Road, Manning at 4.30pm|
|Karakamia – Australian Nature Conservancy 26 Oct 2013
4.30pm – 10.30pm
|Undertake night a walk lead by Simon Cherriman, MK and Gill Basnett in a walk in the forest in Chidlow. If you are very quiet and the night is good to us you will see a range of local native animals living in the conservation park.COST:$20.00 per head - Money donated to Australian Nature ConservancyTRANSPORT: Bus to depart the Grove Library Cottesloe and City of South Perth Civic Centre on the day.|
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