Tuesday, 8 October 2013

The Tree of Life Project in Ballarat is on Facebook

and here is our Preliminary Program

The Tree of Life Project
Various Locations
Fri, Nov 15, 2013 12:00 AM - Sat, Nov 23, 2013 12:00 AM
Brochures will be available at various Ballarat Outlets

Primary Schools Art Competition for Grades 4, 5, 6 on display at Ballarat Library

Tree of Life made by Ballarat East Community Men’s Shed on display at Ballarat Library 15-20 November and the Conservatory, Ballarat Botanical Gardens 21-23 November

Children's Story-Telling Time
Mon 18- Fri 22 November
Around the idea of trees, hopes and wishes – concluding each day with an activity where children write hopes or wishes on leaves (or birds) to hang in our Tree of Life. Story telling will rotate around Ballarat at various library venues.

Family History Research – Family Trees
Mon 18-Wed 20 November
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints will provide assistance with Family Tree research with an explanation of why LDS Church members themselves research to trace their family tree ancestors.

15/11 - 5.30pm-7pm Ballarat Library Opening Event of The Tree of Life Project
Announcement of winners of Primary Schools Art Competition

16/11 - 10am-4pm Evera, Trentham
A visit to an Interfaith Garden. This will be a ‘most of the day’ event. Please phone 0439 425 751 for more information and details of meeting.

17/11 - 1.30pm-3pm Art Gallery of Ballarat
Various speakers – on The Tree of Life theme

19/11 - 10am Landcare Trail, Creswick
A meditative walk on the Landcare Trail See http://www.creswick.net/things_to_do/bush_walking
For details of the track please phone 0439 425 751 for more information and details of meeting.

23/11 - 4.30pm – 6.30pm Ballarat Botanic Gardens – Conservatory
Followed by Robert Clark Centre
Closing Event of The Tree of Life Project
Contact : Ballarat Interfaith Network

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