Teen PepTalks Brisbane, 5 October 2019
$40.00 inc GST
Ready to be inspired, informed and uplifted?
If you’re a high-schooler, you won’t want to miss the first ever Brisbane Teen PepTalks event on Saturday 5th October!
Brought to you by Peppermint magazine and supported by our friends at Bank Australia, Teen PepTalks will be a fun afternoon hearing from amazing speakers who are making a difference in the world. Your generation will be inheriting this earth and have the power to make great change; come along and hear inspiring stories, learn about important issues (like sustainable fashion, diversity, climate change and self love) and leave feeling empowered to make your own difference in the world. (And importantly: there will be donuts and goodie bags. Need we say more).
On the day, you’ll be lucky enough to hear from Amanda Rootsey – best-selling author of Shine from Within; a Teen Girl’s Guide to Life, and a youth mentor who teaches teen and tween girls that they’re perfect, just as they are; artist and designer Rachael Sarra, who uses art as a tool to educate and share Aboriginal culture; Holley Somerville Knott, the teenager who founded Tell Someone Who Cares – a social enterprise and global community that helps protect rainforests from palm oil destruction; and Sara McKoy – the young Brisbane School Strike 4 Climate organiser! All this and lots more, plus the lovely slow fashion blogger Leah Musch, aka The Unmaterial Girl, will be our MC for the day. Hurrah!
As if that wasn’t enough, everyone who attends will get a goodie bag, as well as tasty treats to eat and drink on the day!
Come along, make new friends and go home feeling great about yourself and the difference you can make. We can’t wait to meet you!
DATE: Saturday 5th October 2019
TIME: 12.30pm until 2.30pm (talks start at 1pm sharp)
LOCATION: The Edge, State Library of Queensland, South Bank, QLD 4101
COST:$40 for 1 ticket or (as an earlybird special) $30 each for two or more tickets using the code ‘friendlove’, so bring a friend! (Please note, tickets are strictly limited.)