All event sessions are FREE and last for one and half hours from 10.00 am to 11.30 am. Time will fly fast as there are so many interesting things to discuss when it comes to gardening.
During each session, there will be demonstrations on gardening, hints on understanding socialisation opportunities, ways to accomplish outside tasks, stay active outdoors and learn new information and techniques. Like music, gardening is a universal language, which has a positive effect on our mental wellbeing and can boost moods. Plus having face to face interaction online and sharing of ideas aids in the feeling of not being alone during these COVID-19 times.
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You may find you have accomplished so much more in the garden by staying at home and now have an abundance of vegetables and herbs, which you can share with neighbours and friends.
The Salisbury East Neighbourhood Centre is situated in Smith Road, Salisbury East, which is located a mere twenty kilometres from Adelaide's CBD. The centre will be sharing fresh produce from its Community Garden, from the Grow Free Cart outside the centre. You can either pick up some fresh goodies or drop off free produce and seedlings for others to enjoy.
When we get back to some normality and socialising becomes an easier task, the centre is close to schools, public transport and shops, which makes it an easy choice for mothers dropping off children to school and collecting them in the afternoons.
For more information, you can call the centre on 08 8285 2055 or email – email@example.com