A wild night planned at the Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden

Project Wild Thing film screening and Wicked Wildflower Night Walk

A wild evening has been planned at the Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden on Saturday July 19, with a screening of the popular documentary Project Wild Thing and a Wicked Wildflower Night Walk tour of the Garden for the kids.

The evening aims to encourage children (and their folks!) to go outside and reconnect with nature.

ProjectWildThingsProject Wild Thing will screen at 6pm with pre screening drinks and nibbles from 5.30pm. The feature length documentary takes a funny and revealing look at the complex issue of the increasingly disparate connection between children and nature.

During the screening Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden’s rangers will take the children on a Wicked Wildflower Night Walk, a night time adventure of creeping through the Gardens and discovering the truth about the happenings of the bush after dark.

The evening is an initiative of the Parks and Leisure Australia, supported by Ku-ring-gai Council and the Early Childhood Environmental Education Network.

Book now and learn more about the evening: http://www.parksleisure.com.au/events/event/nsw-project-wild-thing or http://bookings.kmc.nsw.gov.au/CoursesAndEvents/StandardBookingProcess/ViewEventDetails/6572566

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