Recent Escare Events
The Mandaboornap (Frenchman's Peak) Dreaming Puppet Project is starting in the January school holidays with visiting puppet artist Karen Hethey(Fantisea project, 2007). We need lots of people to help build the giant puppets that will be used to tell the story of the boys who stole the eagle's eggs and were turned into islands in the archipelago. This puppet performance will be the official opening event for the 2017 Festival of the Wind on 16th March.
The workshops will be held at Nulsen Primary School. They are free and open to everyone and will run from Monday - Saturday 10am-12pm, 1-3pm and 4-6.30pm from 9th - 27th January. Children under 13 MUST be accompanied and supervised by an older guardian.
Escare is pleased to present ‘Engaging Adolescents’ facilitated by Brad Williams from Behaviour Tonics a Perth Based organisation providing parents with practical parenting advice and information via parenting courses. Brad will be presenting the following:
- Engaging Adolescents - a course for parents, carers or interested community members over two sessions, Tuesday 25th and Thursday 27th October from 6.45 – 9.30pm. Escare is pleased to be able to offer this course at a highly subsidised rate, however, if someone is financially unable to attend further subsidies may be available on request.
- Engaging Adolescents – One day practitioners training course on Wednesday 26th from 8.15am – 4.30pm.
Brad has previously visited Esperance delivering the 1-2-3 Magic and Emotion Coaching Course. Before starting Behaviour Tonics in 2006, Brad spent 10 years working in Child and Adolescent Mental Health services, specifically with children who had significant emotional, social and behavioural difficulties. Behaviour Tonics are specialists in 1-2-3 Magic and Emotion Coaching and are the only licensed practitioner and teacher trainers in WA and NT.
Escare was recently recognised for their contribution and continued partnership with the Clontarf South East Football Academy. A fantastic night was shared with an amazing group of young inspirational Aboriginal boys, staff and community members at the 2015 awards night. Escare is very appreciative and proud to recieve the Duffy-Harding Shield. Thank you!