Thyme Festival bike library will be mobilised for the week! Find a purple bike with Thyme logos on it, pop on the helmet and pedal yourself to an event!
Locations: Alexandra Community House, Central Stories Museum & the Sidewalk Cafe
A room full of interesting and diverse learning opportunities for schools to visit and get involved with.
Schools will share some of their learnings from the year, through activities and presentations. Drop in and see what our Enviroschools are doing!
Daily, Monday to Thursday, 9.30 – 12, Thyme Festival Schools Mural Project. Prebooked.
Join Dr Martyn Williamson on a tour of New World Supermarket, to help you find and recognise good examples of plant based foods.
with Manuherikia Preschool Kapa Haka. All welcome to enjoy at St Enoch's Church lawn.
Lively discussion on microfibres and local/global actions.
Help to paint the schools' murals under the guidance of Maxine Williams.
Don’t judge a book by its cover. The Human Library is a place where real people are on loan to readers. Chapter 1. Book in to book a title. More info www.humanlibrary.org
Discover the excitement of print making! Accomplished artist, Marion Vialade guides school students through the process of print-making so they can create their very own print to take home. Includes all materials.
An informal session looking at the different set-ups available to bike-packers. Learn why so many people are enjoying this activity!
(Two day workshop) (Day 1 of 2)
Part 1 of a workshop creating an original plate for inking and printing an edition of your art work.
Come and view the world through the looking glass with Marion, and learn techniques for creating your print edition in this 2 part workshop. Includes all materials.
An evening with Julia Corden from the Explorers Garden at Pitlochry in Scotland. She talks about The Explorers Garden and Biodiversity in Scotland's Heathlands. Includes supper.