A SPECIAL KCA AUTUMN EVENING FAMILY CELEBRATION
When: Thursday 4th March 2021
Place: Talbot Hall, rear of Seaford Community Centre, Broughton St Seaford
**** Newsflash **** Last Minute Changes ****
1. Dr Jill Orr Young is regrettably unable to attend.
2. Access to Talbot Hall
Talbot Hall ( Seaford Senior Citizens Hall ) – has a hall limit under Covid -19 emergency rules in place today of 40 persons in total at any one time.
KCA volunteers will manage hall access to comply with current regulations.
Where possible all Community information tables will be outside complying with Covid 1.5 metre distancing rules.
Audio visual presentations can only be presented in the hall.
To ensure all can enjoy the Audio Visuals in the hall we have decided to run 4 x 30 min sessions from 5-7pm -a max of 40 patrons per session.
KCA’s Thomas Wiechert will maintain the attendance register for the four sessions – please seek him out to register for your preferred session
Food and refreshments
Contrary to our previous advice we cannot operate the kitchen in the hall for tea and coffee -this would restrict us further.
There are many diverse and delicious alternatives for food and refreshments in the Seaford Village nearby.
Certainly bring your own picnic – if you wish and the BBQ’s are available
KCA is sorry for any inconvenience
Please bear with us for both your safety and in respect of the safety others
We operate within a declared State Emergency – I think we all know that and will be patient and understanding.
Early evening along the Kananook Creek Corridor in autumn is a serendipitous place, and what better way to celebrate this than together, down by the Creek.
HIGHLIGHTS WILL INCLUDE
Update: Dr Jill Orr Young will regrettably be unable to attend.
• Latest News on Seaford’s new Indigenous Botanic Garden and outdoor environmental education centre.
• Music by charismatic jazz pianist, maestro Steve Sedergreen.
• Narelle Debenham’s ‘Natured Kids Australia’
Interactive Learning – Come along and learn about some of the local inhabitants that will live in the Seaford Botanic Gardens.
Can you name some of the tiniest beneficial bugs that can be found in local natural reserves? Try your hand at making one for FREE to take home, with Narelle from ‘Natured Kids’.
• Audio visual display by KCA and displays by local community groups including Kananook Creek Canoe Club.&nb
• Augmented Reality Storytelling demonstration by Apperiaton
• Local History – ‘Ten Stories of Frankston’ Historical Display
• The Allan & Yvonne Sisson Story
You are invited to renew your membership for 2021. New members are very welcome. Membership is only $20 per household.