Here we have a listing of relevant present and upcoming events in Tasmania in support of our ethos. List your event…
Tasmanian has a great number of knowledgeable people who’s passion are to help, inform and eventually empower the individual to use the gathered knowledge themselves.
Following is a collection of these local events…
Tasmanian’s getting together for a common cause is empowering and helping confirm that there are more like you out there…
Following is a listing of upcoming local events…
ESSENTIALS OF BUSH FIRST AID
A 6hrs hands on educational experience to do with First Aid in the Tasmanian bush with Russ.
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DV FREEDOM GATHERING - GRETNA
A casual family-friendly gathering aiming to connect the freedom-minded. An initiative by Freedom Markets TAS…
Date: Sun. Mar 26 at 11.30am, Gretna Green Hotel
MY PLACE - LAUNCESTON
Come join us and let’s talk community. Bring a plate for a pot luck dinner, plus a couple of dollars to cover hall hire.
Date: Mon. Oct 9 at 6.30pm, Rocherlea Memorial Hall
Tasmanian’s getting together every month for a common cause is empowering and helping confirm that there are more like you out there…
Following is a listing of monthly local events…
A diverse group of people from Launceston and surrounds talking all things community, empowerment, resilience and supporting one another.
3rd Sun. of every month,12-2pm
A diverse group of people from Deloraine and surrounds talking all things community, empowerment, resilience, and supporting one another.
CLAREMONT / GLENORCHY
A call out to the Claremont, Glenorchy and surrounding area… We are like-minded group of people gathering to meet up face to face. We will be at the Claremont Plaza.
Sat 24 Sept. at 2pm
All are welcome to our first Oatlands meetup. Please come along and bring a plate to share. Out first meetup will be held at Callington Park, Oatlands.
Sat 10 Sept. at11.30am
Do you have an event? Use our “let’s talk events” contact form below and be part of our growing events directory here locally and around Tasmania…
We acknowledge the True Custodians of the lands where we live and work.
We acknowledge their continuing connection to land, water, sea and community. We pay respects to the First Peoples of this land, to their unique and diverse cultures, and to Elders past, present and future.
Our Ethos is one of fostering conscious awareness through truth and compassion. To bring all people, groups and communities together to share information and ideas for the growth of humanity in all areas of experience… www.tasmaniaaware.com