Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF)
LEAF is a free community festival welcoming everyone from all ages to attend and be actively involved in a fun and inspiring program. This interactive and educational event is designed to stimulate awareness about the environmental issues we face as a community, and through education, empower festival attendees to make a positive change.
The count down to Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF) 2016 is underway. The key details you need to know are:
- What: Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF)
- Where: Griffith University, Logan Campus
- When: Sunday 5 June 2016
- Time: 10am - 3pm
LEAF 2016 will include an array of eco businesses, live music, demonstrations, workshops and children’s activities. Bands include the internationally renown Tijuana Cartel, The Twine and the Hanlon Brothers.
Children will be able to visit the adrenaline zone featuring a host of free activities from rock climbing, jumping castles, giant slides and face painting to henna body art, wildlife shows and much more. A free health and wellness centre including meditation, conga classes and yoga sessions will also operate. Festival goers will be able to attend a range of exciting and interactive demonstrations including cheese making, Kim Chi demos and how to make your own sugar free jams. The program is rounded out by free live music, up-cycling workshops, native plant sales and the chance to indulge in some of the best healthy and organic food stalls and coffee in a funky retro style outdoor cafe area.
In keeping with this year’s theme “local action, global impact” festival goers will be encouraged to turn over a new leaf and how every local action we take will have a lasting global impact!
Check out the footage below to get a little flavour of what you can expect on the day.