Community Events: June

Community Events: June

May 31, 2015

You Are What You Think – June 4th


There’s no doubt that the role of our thoughts has a critical impact on the state of our health. You Are What You Think is an event which will explore how our bodies believe what our minds perceive and how to channel a greater mind/body relationship to improve wellbeing. Dr. Karen Coates will be hosting the night and delving into the power of thought from a medical perspective. Improve your overall physical health by improving your emotional health with this Thrive event. 
Tickets HERE!


Calm in the City – June 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th

 logoFeeling the strain and stress of day to day life? Bring some tranquility back into your schedule with a guided meditation at Federation Square. Throughout June, Calm in the City will be hosting 30 minute morning meditations that are suitable for both novice and experienced meditators. Recharge your mind and body in the heart of the city with this free event. 
Register HERE!


One Girl Gala – June 13th


With a mission to educate 1 million girls across Africa by 2020, One Girl are hosting a gala to help take a huge leap towards their ultimate goal. 
Promising to be a night of entertainment, inspiring stories and dreams, One Girl Gala will provide many opportunities to make a contribution to assisting the organization in changing the lives of women and girls in Sierra Leone, West Africa. 
Tickets HERE!


Red Nose Day – June 16th


The last Friday in June will be the next Red Nose Day, an event aimed to raise money for SIDS and Kids, the organization dedicated to saving the lives of babies and children. There are many ways to get involved including selling merchandise, holding an event or simply by donating. In any small way, contributing to such an important cause is incredibly worthwhile. Full details HERE!



Hungry for Change Official Screening – June 18th


As the latest in the series of Food Matters films, Hungry For Change is a documentary which looks into the food industry, health and weight loss. Featuring interviews from authors and medical experts, Hungry For Change aims to empower and provide practical and realistic solutions to achieving a healthy weight and body image, free of fad food plans and crash diets. The free screening will be


Refugee Celebration Week June 14th to June 20th


National Refugee Week is happening in June, with a variety of events around the state aimed to inform the nation about refugees and celebrate the positive contributions made by refugees to Australian society. Attend the Official Launch on June 15th or the Sounds of Harmony concert for an array of musical talent from around the globe. There are also many community events in planned for local communities. All event information can be found HERE!



Animal Impressions 2015 – June 27th

documentseventtitles62056AnimalImpressionsjpg___940_420_0_0__85Animal Impressions is charity art and music exhibition showcasing talent from across Australia, with all proceeds going to Animals Australia and Sea Shepherd. Held at the Grand Hyatt, comedian Tom Ballard will be the MC and art auctioneer for the evening, which will also include speakers from both organizations. 
Tickets must be purchased by June 10th, info available HERE!


The Purple Rain – On display until end of June


The Purple Rain is a social art installation focusing on homelessness, created by conceptual artist Konstantin Dimopoulos. Personalizing a global issue, The Purple Rain integrates a combination of visual art with mobile technologies, to tell the stories of homeless individuals and how a combination of psychological, social, personal and economic factors led to their circumstances. More than anything, the artwork aims to convey that homelessness does not mean hopelessness. 
Full details HERE!

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