Humans in Geelong Expo 2017
Posted 14 September 2017
Are you looking for an interest or way of making a difference? Do you like to hear local ‘Good News’ stories?
A Free Community Event and fun for everyone! There will be uplifting speakers, workshops, live performances, displays, PRIZES, free face painting and crafts for kids. Be inspired by locals making a difference!
Sunday 8th October, Deakin Waterfront, 10am – 3pm, Gold coin entry
Keep an eye out in the Arts Bulletin for updates on Keynote speakers and Workshops Bookings.
Speakers include: Stephanie Woollard, Founder of Seven Women, Sarah Kenworthy, Roxie Bennett and Peter Roberts, Music thanatologist who will also play his harp for ‘Time for Time Out’ a relaxation session
Live Performances from Imogen Brough, Rach Brennan and an Irish Band.
The Deakin Waterfront Café will be open for coffees, snacks and meals.
The Expo will provide the opportunity for the people who are profiled in ‘Humans in Geelong’ to network, inspire, promote and explain their service to the Public.
It aims to raise the profile for Humans in Geelong and the acknowledgement of the important role the profiled people have in our community that they play and inspiring others to make a difference.
Who are Humans in Geelong?
We aim to inspire!
We are a small team of ‘Not-for-Profit’ volunteers who report on the ‘good news’ stories of our home town Geelong, and the Greater Geelong area. The stories are about the everyday humans who are taking action, one way or another, and making a difference. This includes shedding light on causes, however small, that may not be covered in the mainstream media.
We got our inspiration from the Humans in Melbourne Facebook page and thought ‘Why not do something like that in Geelong?’.
We value Creativity, Empathy, Connectedness and Engagement.
Similar pages such as Humans in Melbourne and Humans of New York, are highly successful and bring the community together.
We’re 11 months old, have over 5,900 followers, and have told over 120 stories.
Twitter: @HumansinGeelong (HUG for short)