Free Family Wellness Activities At Thrive Event

Unlock the power of community resilience at Noosa Council’s Thrive Wellness: Renewal and Recovery event this weekend at the Cooroy Library. Explore tools, strategies, and connections that help us bounce back stronger and build a brighter future for all.

Thrive event this weekend

Julia Lanning and Angela Romanowski getting ready for the Thrive Wellness event.

Thrive Wellness will take place on May 25, from 9am to 11am, with families invited to participate in a variety of free wellness activities including yoga, craft, mindfulness sessions.

Angela Romanowski, Noosa Council’s Community Recovery and Resilience Officer was excited about the upcoming event.

“We’d love members of our community to explore all activities on offer at Thrive. We wanted to make sure there is something for everyone,” Ms Romanowski said.

“Our aim is to reach our community members through wellness activities, while they gain valuable knowledge on how to stay safe and resilient during challenging situations,” Ms Romanowski added.

Thrive Wellness offers the following classes on the day: Kids Yoga, Storytime and Craft, Mindfulness for Families, and Get Ready! Disaster Resilience, supported by Noosa Council.

The “Get Ready!” talk, led by Ian Williams, Council’s Disaster Disruption and Resilience Officer, is an invaluable interactive session on preventing, preparing for, and responding to natural disasters in our community.

The session provides guidance, resources, kids activities, and examples of emergency kits to build a stronger community spirit and enhance self-reliance in the face of disasters.

To book, please visit the “What’s On” pages of the Noosa Council or Cooroy Library websites.

The Thrive Wellness: Renewal and Recovery event is jointly funded by the Australian and Queensland Governments under the Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements.

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