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Events, activities and improvements in Haig Park.
June - October 2019
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  • Saturday, 24 August 2019, 13:00 PM till Saturday, 24 August 2019, 19:00 PM.
    Festival of the Forest - Haig Park between Lonsdale and Mort Streets
    On the cusp of winter becoming spring, we invite you to this unique event celebrating our ‘forest’ in the city. Featuring a diverse program from afternoon to evening, Haig Park will come to life with live music, performances, storytelling, activities, food and drink, and more.
     
  • Thursday, 29 August 2019, 17:30 PM till Thursday, 29 August 2019, 19:30 PM.
    Haig Park Experiments is thrilled to present Peter Solness for a series of workshops and events in Haig Park. Peter Solness is a multi-award winning photographer, artist, educator and writer who specialises in the photographic method of Light Painting.
    Explore the amazing potential of light painting and what can be photographically achieved after dark. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn some unique photographic skills and see Haig Park in a new light. For details and bookings: https://haigparklightpainting1.eventbrite.com.au
    Event held at the Haig Park Depot (between Lonsdale Street and Mort Street on the Henty Street side of the Park)
     
  • Friday, 30 August 2019, 17:30 PM till Friday, 30 August 2019, 19:30 PM.
    Join acclaimed photographer Peter Solness for a special light painting workshop designed for young adults aged 14-18. Peter Solness is a multi-award winning photographer, artist, educator and writer who specialises in the photographic method of Light Painting.
    Explore the amazing potential of light painting and what can be photographically achieved after dark. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn some unique photographic skills and see Haig Park in a new light. For details and bookings: https://haigparklightpainting2.eventbrite.com.au/
    Event held at the Haig Park Depot (between Lonsdale Street and Mort Street on the Henty Street side of the Park) 
     
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