Christmas is hot on our heels and we like to get in early before the Christmas madness takes over. Come along to find some unique christmas gifts made with love by our CENTs community. A shared dinner will follow.
Bring your beautiful Christmas creations for trading and a plate to share for our final event for 2019.
CES Tutorial available with Megan and Tania from 4-430pm – a chance to ask any technical questions you are experiencing while using the CES platform.
Trade your goods and services, and eat a delicious lunch too!
Find out how easy it is to trade goods and services without money, using Tasmania’s own community currency called “CENTs”.
This CENTs Trading Event will include a Pot Luck Lunch (you are invited to bring a plate to share) and meet some new like-minded people.
Bring along your wares to trade with others: produce from your garden, clothes, preserves, home-made items – there are no limits! Handy tip: this close to Christmas people are looking for Christmas gifts and goodies.
WHAT YOU’LL GET
A yummy lunch!
You’ll learn how easy it is to trade without money and take home goods you can buy/swap on the day.
An opportunity to sign up for a CENTs account, if you don’t already have one.
WHAT TO BRING
A plate to share (Please mark food if it contains nuts, dairy and/or gluten)
Bring your enthusiasm for a new way of making the world go around!
Think about what services you are able to offer
Bring your new or used items to trade (Christmas themed items would be in high demand)
Any giveaway items: things that you want to give away on the “Freecycle” table
BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL.
Please book via the ticketing system below so that we know you are coming. Scroll to the end of the page to get your ticket https://www.kickstartarts.org/cent-nov
A registered Dying To Know Day Event, CENTs north west would like to invite you and your family & friends to a shared luncheon from noon and trading day followed by a screening of the documentary film ‘Tender’ at 1.30pm. There will be a Q&A session after the film.
We will be chatting about end of life issues like natural burial and family-led funerals.
BYO something to share for lunch, a gold coin donation for the film, and of course any items or services you wish to trade using CENTs – a cashless economy called the Community Exchange Network Tasmania. It is free to join CENTs and you can begin trading immediately.
Hope you can join us for some good food and hearty conversation around a subject that is often avoided, but something that touches us all.
An afternoon trading session for Launceston sub branch traders at the Perth Community Centre. Bring your goods, services and skills for trading with others in your local area without money.
Come along and meet one of your Local Area Coordinators, Heather Thorpe and discuss with her the sorts of things you are interested in so we can schedule more CENTs trading sessions that appeal to your interests.
We encourage swapping, bartering, gifting and freecycling aside from normal trading should you prefer.
New traders welcome so bring along friends and family to participate.
This is a FREE community gathering.
For more information on CENTs check out www.cent.net.au
or call Heather on 0412 298 286
Join our community trading lunch to celebrate International Permaculture Day. Bring a plate/dish to share and your goods or list of services to trade with others without money. We encourage seed swapping if you bring along your seeds.
Come and meet CENTs members from Launceston sub branch for our final 2018 trading event. Bring food to share for lunch and your goods to trade.
Tea, coffee. and water cordial provided,. BYO plates, cups and cutlery.
NW Coast CENTs members and guests are invited to the final trading day for 2018. Bring your goods to trade in time for Christmas, food for the BBQ shared lunch or buy from the onsite cafe.
FREE entry @ the Rotunda and $5 to The Arboretum if you want to venture.
RSVP by text to Walter 0417 067 460
Community Exchange Network Tasmania (CENTs) will showcase the old time skills and services available to the Burnie and northwest community where we trade without money. CENTs has 350 members on the northwest coast and we love creating, re-using, repairing and being environmentally friendly.
Old time skills, including knitting, carpentry, dressmaking, candle making, spinning and handyman work, are so needed to live more self sufficiently and in greater harmony with nature – we invite you to meet some of our Makers and Repairers, and to consider offering your Old Time Skills on CENTs.
Join us for a shared lunch (bring a plate) talks and CENTs trading at Burnie Community House.
For more information contact Diana on 0456358083
THIS IS A FREE COMMUNITY EVENT as part of Burnie Shines 2018