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First Happyzine Talks sell out in Golden Bay

Submitted by on November 14, 2015 – 12:12 pm


photo credit: Puramahoi Fields

A full house heard about mindfulness for mums, Eco-friendly dairy farming and a deaf man making positive ripples for the New Zealand deaf community at the first Happyzine Talks held at the Mussel Inn, in Golden Bay.

Nine inspiring speakers shared their positive story about a project they’re passionately working on from Golden Bay.

They had six minutes to talk, while holding one prop.

Dr Sean Weaver spoke of his “addiction” to saving rainforests around the world.  Owner of the iconic, historic Langford Store spoke about love. Puramahoi Fields community supported agriculture co-owner Shane Butland talked about running an organic market garden. Tasman District Council officer Claire Webster talked about “marrying the environment with people.”

Golden Bay was the first community to host Happyzine Talks as Happyzine founder and owner Charlotte Squire lives there.

Charlotte intends to run Happyzine Talks in Nelson, Christchurch, Dunedin, Wellington, and Auckland in 2016.

Contact: charlotte@happyzine.co.nz


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