Every 22 March is World Water Day. This year, it falls on a Wednesday.
Come and celebrate this special day with me at Rozendal farm, Omega Street, Stellenbosch. Rozendal is the birthplace of the 12-year aged botanical vinegar stirred with flowforms. Almost 20 years ago, the biodynamic Water Conference was also held here.
My name is Liesl Haasbroek. In my last name is the clue to my life’s work. Haasbroek refers to a fast-flowing stream or “brook.” My partner and I work with flowforms in South Africa, which put the life force back into water after stagnating in ponds and being forced through pipes.
Discover with me the full water cycle in your body.
Where in your body is there a dam? How does your body make rain?
Together, let’s play with water and discover the phenomena that this precious element wants to show us so that we can speak the language of water.
If you help Water, you help yourself.
Uniting for Water. Uniting for Life.
Where: Rozendal farm, Omega Street, Stellenbosch
When: 22 March, 11am to 4pm
Who: Bring your grandchild or your grandmother or anyone who enjoys learning. If you have water colour paints and paper, bring those too.
Donations will be used to enliven water
Contact: Liesl firstname.lastname@example.org / 0828077178
Light refreshments will be available as well as the opportunity to taste Rozendal vinegar.
Treat water downstream as you would like to receive it upstream
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