Free community event: Get Creative to Create Ranger Parks in Fremantle
Join us on Sunday 1st July to take part in a giant community dot painting at the Grower's Green Farmers Market in Beaconsfield!
The dot painting will be led by an artist from Urban Indigenous - all are welcome to participate.
The event will be held at Fremantle's best farmers market - the Grower's Green Farmers Market at Fremantle College (formerly South Fremantle High School) - so make a morning of it with live music, food trucks and produce stalls to enjoy.
Join us to participate in the painting between 9-11am, and stay for a group photo with the finished artwork at 11am. In doing so, you'll be helping to make Create Ranger Parks a reality.
Date: Sunday 1st July
Time: 9.00am – 11.00am (come for some or all of this time, but please do stick around for a group photo with the artwork at 11.00am)
Venue: Growers’ Green Farmers’ Market – Fremantle College (formerly South Fremantle High School), Lefroy Road, Beaconsfield
RSVP: This is a free event but we would love to know if you are coming - please RSVP using the form on this page.
It’s up to us to show that Western Australians care about protecting our magnificent Outback. Join us to call for a new network of protected parks, managed by Indigenous Rangers, for all Western Australians to experience and enjoy.
0407 437 097