When: May 17, doors open at 7pm, film starts at 7:30
Where: Wainoni Methodist Church, 878 Avonside Dr (right near Kerr's Reach)
Join us for a 25-minute film explaining Greening the Red Zone's vision and the benefits for ALL Christchurch. Followed by a panel discussion, answering YOUR questions, with members of GtRZ, Red Zone Dark Sky Park, and Waitakiri EcoSanctuary.
If you have a question about our vision, this is the time and place to ask it! Panel discussion will be moderated by Lan Pham ECan Councillor.
Entry by gold coin donation. ALL are welcome.
Come along for a fun evening, and go away with more information about what the future can hold for Christchurch if we get this right!
Light refreshments and lots of discussion available.
Please let us know if you plan to attend by filling in the quicky, easy form below
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