The Festival of Daring Possibilities is a grassroots event to encourage people to dare to dream big ideas about creating positive change in our community.
In August it will return to Bega for its fourth year and will feature student climate activists and performers.
Traditionally the Friday night is a speakers' forum where invited guests share their visions in the context of "what if", and this year's theme is "what if we took charge of our future?"
Another event of the night will be the display of the hexagonal art installation Bee Inspired - A Honeycomb of Dreaming which is a collection of wooden hexagons created by people of all ages with their visions of "what if".
The Saturday is a community expo of information stalls and activities as well as and intergenerational games held by a variety of community groups.
The idea is to share knowledge and solutions and build stronger friendships and connections as the community faces climate change together, with the theme "creating climate action - building stronger community".
The Saturday part of the festival will also be held in the Bega Valley Commemorative Civic Centre, but could spill out into Bega's Littleton Gardens.
It is also a chance to celebrate the positive things that are already happening in the community that support a sustainable future, such as Bega Valley Shire Council's Fogo initiative and the SCPA - South Coast Producers markets.
Organisers would like to see as many community groups as possible participating.
Activities could be as simple as holding space for skipping and hopscotch, to a hands-on paper making from hemp fibre or a paper plane competition.
The sky is the limit, as it is the Festival of Daring Possibilities.
It will run on August 16 and 17 at the Bega Valley Commemorative Civic Centre and Littleton Gardens in Bega.
For more information or to share ideas contact festival director Sue Andrew at email@example.com or 0422 690 670.
To learn more visit the festival's Facebook page here.
Tickets are $10, to buy click here.