Springfest 2017 is a whole College and extended community event, including fundraising for MIC Learning Village Town Hall building, and concluding with an adults only party night.on 9 September
This year we are celebrating and supporting MIC’s first steps into manifesting the extraordinary Learning Village Vision which emerged from the futures meeting in May.
Show your support for the vision by contributing to the Town Hall crowdfunding cause, and then come out and celebrate with the adult community at the Springfest Party – the fabulous annual MIC grown-ups’ big night out! Bring your friends and party for a great cause – supporting the new frontier of children’s education
The open air Springfest Party held in the centre of the iconic Phil-harmonic building on Saturday 9 September is an event not to be missed!
This year we are dancing Salsa (lesson included) with live music, drinking Sangria and Mojitos and nibbling on delicious Mexican street food treats.
Everybody who is, was or will be connected with the school in any way is especially invited.
Imagine a world…
Explore a world of imagination where children and adults alike can experience the extraordinary. A world where fairy gardens, sensory mazes and larger than life art transcends reality. A world that comes alive at dusk, illuminated by an enchanting backdrop of twinkling lights that showcase the natural landscape. For a moment in time…magical.
Imagineers celebrates the year that was and provides a compelling environment bringing our learning community together to share and be inspired by the creativity of our children, adolescents and wider community. The campus by night becomes a veritable wonderland of dancing, lights and sound.
Visitors engage in workshops, view performances, enjoy delicious food and drink from the local vendors, experience the works of art and browse the meandering market.
Imagine participating in such an innovative event which celebrates creativity, culture and community.
For more information or to purchase your tickets for Imagineers on Thursday, November 23 from 3.30pm, please click here.