We’d like to invite you to a free picnic lunch, to celebrate BPD Awareness Week, in the gardens of Karrayarta Drive Glenside on Sunday 3rd October from 12-3pm.

Come and relax, chat and enjoy some conviviality with others, under the trees in a lovely atmosphere of peace and tranquility.

Our invitation is open to anyone who lives with the symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) or cares for someone who does.

Sanctuary is delighted to co-host this picnic with the SA Branch of the Australian BPD Foundation.  BPD Co will be there too, providing fun, creative activities.

We gratefully acknowledge the support of our partners, BPD Collaborative and the Mental Health Coalition of SA.

For lunch, please choose either a baked potato or a yiros, and enjoy a cold drink and unlimited coffee or tea.

Bookings are essential – please click here to register bit.ly/bpdawPicnic21

Please bring a chair or a rug – or just sit on the lawn under the beautiful trees.

Covid check in is required.  Please bring a mask in case you want to go inside.  This event is alcohol free.

 

BPD Awareness Week runs from 1st to 7th October every year.  This year, the theme is Discover Creative Wellbeing

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Photo by Alma Snortum-Phelps on Unsplash

 

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