Due to COVID's attendance restrictions
you need to register if you wish to attend.
Registering is free.
If perchance it is cloudy or even raining, seen from the shelter of The Hut, the national park has its own beauty no matter what the weather and there will be friendship, entertainment and supper inside The Hut.
Dawn Egan renown Celtic harpist will entertain us.
You'll meet members of the Society's management committee and other members of the Society, and listen to short talks about our activities.
The film reaches its climax in 2020, as temperatures rise, bushfires rage, and the flying foxes that usually soar over Sydney die in record numbers.
Ruminating on our failure to understand the effects of climate change and the implications for the future generation, The Weather Diaries is a story both personal and political.
“The film balances, in a beautiful poetic way, optimism and pessimism, fear and hope, melancholia and illumination.” – Adrian Martin, Screenhub
This screening is hosted by the Conservation Society.
At this stage it is proposed to hold it at The Hut, but this depends on COVID restrictions.
Further details will appear on this webpage closer to the date.