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Bill Jabobi will perform for World Environment Day at Knox Park Murwillumbah this Sunday June 3.
Bill Jabobi will perform for World Environment Day at Knox Park Murwillumbah this Sunday June 3.

THERE will be plenty of excitement to be had next weekend to celebrate World Environment Day.

The Tweed Valley World Environment Day Festival on Sunday June 3 in Murwillumbah's Knox Park includes music from Bill Jacobi, who practices a variety of music, and Groovai, who blends instruments such as tabla, guitar and double bass as well as vocals, improvising on blues, jazz and ragas.

The Caldera Environment Centre organised the event to include music, children's activities and workshops with an environmental tinge.

The program also includes Koori Kids Dance Troop, The Hoopla Circus and The Pitts Family Circus.

There are many inclusive opportunities for children, such as face-painting, and creating natural puppets. Everyone will be able to help in the community art projects.

Tweed Valley World Environment Day Festival

  • 10am    Welcome to Country, Diedre Currey and Koori Kids Dance Troupe.
  • 10.30am    Bill Jacobi
  • 11.20am    Suzie Cardiff and The Hoopla Circus Kids
  • 12pm    Groovai
  • 1pm      The Pitts Family Circus
  • 2pm      Luna Junction
  • 3pm      Close

Look out for the numerous posters and festival programs around the valley or go on to http://www.calderaenvironmentcentre.org/ to find out more. If you have any further comments or queries, call Craig McHale, the Festival Coordinator, on 0434267009 or (02) 66795112.

Topics:  world environment day



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