Design workshop to shape a more family friendly future
Published on 18 September 2019
Anyone interested in building a stronger, more connected family friendly community is invited to a design workshop that will turn imaginative ideas into real-world outcomes.
When: 10.00am – 1.00pm on Tuesday 15 October 2019
Where: Warragul Country Club, 41 Sutton Street, Warragul
Facilitated by Jason Clarke, founder of Minds at Work, the design workshop builds on the initial community discussion held in August and will provide residents with an opportunity to help transform freewheeling brainstorms into concrete outcomes that will build a family friendly future in Baw Baw.
All interested parents, guardians, grandparents, carers, community groups, local businesses and supporting agencies are encouraged to attend and contribute to the discussions. Children are welcome, with fun activities and food provided.
Bookings are free but essential via Eventbrite.
This community discussion builds on other collaborative initiatives that form the wider Family Friendly Baw Baw Project including the Family Friendly Shops Project.
Quotes attributable to Mayor Cr Mikaela Power
“We’ve heard the community’s initial thoughts and ideas, now we want to translate those dreams into designs. We highly encourage anyone interested in making Baw Baw more family friendly to attend and get involved in this important conversation."