The Hawkesbury Central Library will hold three upcoming workshops about the rising cost of living, managing debts, and permaculture on August 2023.
The first workshop is Tenant’s rights on Friday, 4 August (10:00 AM to 11:00 AM) and will cover the rights of a tenant, increasing rent, evictions, and more. Western Sydney Tenants Service will lead the talk on Friday. Reserve via Eventbrite here: COST OF LIVING WORKSHOP SERIES – TENANTS RIGHTS
Western Sydney Community Legal Centre will answer questions and concerns on the legal system and debt on Debts and your rights on Wednesday, 16 August, (2:00 PM to 3:00 PM). Tickets can be reserved here: COST OF LIVING WORKSHOP SERIES – DEBTS AND YOUR RIGHTS.
The last workshop, called Edible Gardens, on 19 August (10:00 AM to 11:00 AM) will be presented by Mick Connolly from Mick’s Garden Shed and Hawkesbury Earthcare Centre. As part of the three-part series, attendees can learn more about permaculture and the alternative ways to save on groceries by growing their food. Ticket registration is via this link: COST OF LIVING WORKSHOP SERIES – EDIBLE GARDENS.
The workshops are free of charge. The Hawkesbury Central Library is at 300 George Street, Windsor, NSW 2753.
Image credit to Hawkesbury Central Library.