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Bring Back the Buzz – online event

March 15 @ 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

$10

Celebrate the vital role of bees and pollinators with this special Environment and Pollination Event from Rotarians for Bees on Tuesday 15 March 2022. The in person event has now sold out however, we are very pleased to welcome others to still join our audience by registering for the online event. For only $10, you can have all the benefits, except, the dinner in the comfort of your own home or in your own time.

This event will be raising funds via ticket sales, donations, a live auction and raffle for the Victorian Schools Garden Project (VSGP). This project is set up and run by The Nursery and Garden Industry Victoria (NGIV). The NGIV play a very important role in educating children (and all of us) about bees, pollination and planting information with this project. VSGP support schools across Victoria to develop, maintain and improve their outdoor spaces to give children a first taste of growing, learning and inspiring the next generation of gardeners. Rotarians for Bees proudly sponsor the VSGP award  – ‘The Most Bee and Pollinator Friendly Garden’.

On the night we will be welcoming our special guest speakers; Ian Riseley – past President Rotary International, Fiona Sutton Wilson – CEO earthwatch AustraliaAlick Osborne – CEO of Seasol, Fiona Chambers – CEO of the Wheen Bee Foundation and Costa Georgiadis – passionate horticulturist, face of Gardening Australia and Rotarians for Bees Ambassador.

Thank you once again for your support. We hope you will still join us online for livestream or in your own time and link to the recorded event.

In line with Government Covid requirements attendees will be required to be double vaccinated and may be required to provide proof of their vaccination status on entry to the event venue.

Details

Date:
March 15
Time:
7:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Cost:
$10
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing/803403

Venue

Online

Organizer

Rotarians for Bees