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16 OCT

NEXT EVENT VOL 28

Join us for an evening of spoken word entertainment with speakers presenting on a diverse range of topics.  PechaKucha Nights are a rollicking ride - you never know what you're going to learn about!

 

This is our final PKN event for the year and we’re delighted to be sending off 2019 with a 'wow' list of speakers and topics, and great live music.

 

If you would like to contact or know more about our presenters, please check out their biographies on this site.

 

See you on Wednesday October 16!

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497.000km on a bicycle......

BY TAMERA SIMPSON
@ VOL 26 ON APR 03, 2019

The small man on a really big bicycle ride, Tilmann's incredible adventures on his bike, he travels the world meeting the most incredible people, including his future wife...

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HAVING WHAT IT TAKES

BY TAMERA SIMPSON
@ VOL 26 ON APR 03, 2019

Shay's transformational process of inner self discovery, he has found liberation in taking full ownership of his own personal story. Sharing his imperfections with the world has helped him breakthrough a mountain of fears, judgments and expectations of others.

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THE BUGS IN MY BACK YARD

BY SCOTT RITCHIE
@ VOL 26 ON APR 03, 2019

The bugs in my backyard- The hidden magic in the insect world of an Edge Hill Queenslander as told by insect enthusiast Scott Ritchie.

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Create a Balanced Life and Reach Your Dreams

BY TAMERA SIMPSON
@ VOL 26 ON APR 03, 2019

Richard's presentation is a pragmatic guide to how the next generation can give the greatest service possible to society through taking responsibility for themselves and becoming self-reliant.

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OCEAN HEROES

BY PABLO COGOLLOS
@ VOL 26 ON APR 03, 2019

Pablo Cogollos is our local eco-warrior, his passion for the conservation and preservation of the Great Barrier Reef is incredible, his inspiring talk is a must for anyone interested in learning more about protecting our stunning marine backyard.

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200 IS THE NEW 100 - ULTRA TRAIL RUNNING

BY JULIE SAGER
@ VOL 26 ON APR 03, 2019

An insiders take on ultra trail running, Julie Sager is addicted to running really long distance events, pushing herself physically and mentally to the edge. 

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THE BENEFITS OF DANCE

BY TAMERA SIMPSON
@ VOL 26 ON APR 03, 2019

Salsa teacher Joanne is so passionate about dance, she wants to teach everyone to Cha Cha Cha, apart from having loads of fun, it also keeps you healthy and young.

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HEALING ILLNESS THROUGH MENTAL PLAY

BY EMMA MAURO
@ VOL 26 ON APR 03, 2019

This is a story of recovery from crisis, barely surviving to flourishing and thriving. Emma takes us on a healing journey of creative arts that she now uses to facilitate healing in others.”

 

CAIRNS Blog

City Focus: Cairns

Just in time for their PKN Vol. 24, Cairns is taking the spotlight for this week’s City Focus. Located in Queensland, Australia, this PK city is breathtaking with it’s clear blue waters and white sand. Cairns is a popular tourist location due to it’s access to one of the seven wonders of the world, the Great Barrier Reef. Cairns is hosting their PKN Vol. 24 during National Science week and we can’t wait. See you all there!
 

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About the City's Organizers

  • Cathy-Ann Kerr

    Hi, I'm Cathy-Ann Kerr I have a Bachelor of Education majoring in Early Childhood. I love to laugh, dance, sing, travel, work with children and creatives. I strongly believe in the power of shared story, particularly in building dynamic, caring communities. I have lived in Cairns for 21 years and am married with two teenage children.

  • Pamela Bigelow

    Pam is the founding manager of the Indigenous Art Centre Alliance, IACA. She holds Bachelor of Education with a double major in Art and Science. Pam's career has seen her heavily involved in the teaching and promotion of visual arts and community engagement projects in both government and community organisations. Pam loves to travel and work with community.