Come and celebrate Spring at A Fair Day Out 2017. A FREE community event at Eumundi Markets on Saturday 28th October 2017.
A Fair Day Out celebrates inclusive communities and is a wonderful creative expression for people with disabilities. The agenda of this day is all about FUN! It is a great day to catch up with old friends and meet new ones. Our busy lifestyles mean that sometimes we don't get time to get together and enjoy each other's company - A Fair Day Out is a chance to do that! This year marks the 5th year of A Fair Day Out and a great time to check it out if you have not been before.
Lots of free games and activities to participate in for the whole family – prizes for egg and spoon races and sack races.
The hub of the event will be at the Eumundi Amphitheatre with stalls run by people with disability using the Original Eumundi Markets' philosophy of 'make it, bake it, sew it, grow it', as well as free art and craft activities for children + a Come and Try tent with lots of fun activities to try for the first time
The Amphitheatre Stage will see entertainment from 10am - 2pm - a blend of performances including dance, music and more.
The day is organised with volunteer and professional support by five Sunshine Coast NFP disability support organisations - Equity Works, SCILS, Spiral, Parent to Parent and Inclusion Plus Family Support. Together these organisations support over 800 people with disabilities and their families on the Sunshine Coast.
For more information contact Steph at Equity Works on 5441 2122.
Each year around the world we acknowledge International Women’s Day on March 8. This year, for the third time, Equity Works marked the day with our event Celebrating Women Who Care. This event is hosted jointly by Equity Works and Paula Brennan from Paula Brennan Photography and can only be described as a day that fills our hearts!
On Wednesday March 9th 2017, Equity Works gathered this dynamic group of women together (from left Martine, Kathryn, Sarah, Jamie, and Nicole) to address a group of Sunshine Coast business people on the topic of Celebrating Ability, Creating Equity. Our speakers eloquently shared their stories and focussed in on the particular area of how their disability has contributed to their experiences, choices, challenges, and aspirations in the areas of employment, careers, business innovation and entrepreneurship.
We are pleased to acknowledge that this event was supported by the Queensland Government and YWCA Queensland through their Queensland Women's Week grants program.