Tickets for The Resilience Project’s highly anticipated Ararat community session are now available online.
Hosted by Resilient Ararat, the free event is being held at the Ararat Town Hall from 7pm until 8.30pm on Monday 24 February.
The Resilience Project is renowned for delivering emotionally engaging programs to schools, sports clubs and businesses, providing practical, evidence-based, mental health strategies to build resilience and happiness.
Central Grampians LLEN Executive Officer and Resilient Ararat member, Jessica Paterson, said organisers were expecting a big turnout.
“Several of our local schools have been working hard over the last few years to bring this fantastic program to our young people and the wider community,” she said.
“The Resilience Project has received rave reviews across the county and has worked with over 500 schools and a host of elite sporting teams, including the Australian cricketers and AFL and NRL clubs.
“This is an amazing opportunity for Ararat and district residents to learn how they can improve their resilience, happiness and mental wellbeing. We are expecting seats to be in high demand, so we are encouraging people to secure their free tickets early to avoid disappointment.”
As part of The Resilience Project’s visit to Ararat, presenters will be working with teachers and students from several local schools to help them understand the importance of building resilience and driving sustainable change.
The wider community will be able to participate in the program by booking online to attend the free community session at resilienceprojectararat.eventbrite.com.au. More information can be found by following ‘ResilientArarat’ on Facebook and Instagram.