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Festival of Transition

Midsummer cycle cinema, picnic & imagining Dartmouth Park in 50 years.
Friday 22nd June, 7pm til late

Waterlow Park – Hedged lawn by Waterlow Park Centre (not Lauderdale House) Entrance: Dartmouth Park Hill Lodge gate (not main entrance)

We’re celebrating the longest day of the year and the Rio +10 earth summit with a ‘Festival of Transition’ – a chance to come together and imagine a positive and sustainable future for our community.

We’ll start with a picnic, followed by a ‘visioning’ discussion to imagine a day two generations from now, and of how Dartmouth Park could look, generate energy, eat, work & celebrate in 2062. As the sun sets, we’ll power up the cycle cinema and screen ‘Paths through Utopias’ – a dreamlike film about communities around Europe who have already made their journey into the future.

The Festival of Transition is global and our neighbouring groups in North London will hold a variety of events including bike workshops in Primrose Hill and Kentish Town, screenings of ‘In Transition 2.0’ in Kentish TownPrimrose Hill and Highgate, foraging in Tufnell Park and a musical picnic in BelsizeFor more info, click on the poster on the left to see it in full size.

Read more about the Festival of Transition.


About saraayech

I'm a mother of two, living in London in the UK, writing a vegan recipe blog. I also work as an environmental campaigner and am currently on a years maternity leave.


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