Bridgewater to host national festival for changemakers

by Brighton Council

ChangeFest, a national movement for place-based change, is being held from 1 – 3 March 2023. The festival began in Queensland in Logan (Yagara and Yugambeh Country) in 2018, and was held in Mt Druitt (Darug Country) the following year, and in Palmerston (Larrakia Country) in 2020.

This year it is being hosted by kutalayna Collective at Brighton Civic Centre, Bridgewater. The lutruwita/Tasmania ChangeFest23 gathering will provide opportu­nities to share and learn together with community leaders, policy makers, funders, service providers and other collaborators of place-based change.

You will hear some inspiring sto­ries of changemakers, participate in workshops around collaboration, join learning circles to yarn and build deeper connections across the movement, as well as form networks.

Early bird registration is now open for ChangeFest23, with more details on the Facebook page www.facebook.com/kutalaynaCollective.

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Bridgewater to host national festival for changemakers
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Bridgewater to host national festival for changemakers
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