The Nelson Safer Community Council presents
“Alcohol and the Teenage Brain” an evening with Nathan Mikaere-Wallis and local panelists
Free entry – just turn up on the night of
Tuesday 13 October 2015
Doors open at 6:30 PM at the Nelson College School Hall for a 7:00 PM kick off.
There may be only street parking.
Keynote speaker: Nathan Mikaere-Wallis
Panelists will give a local perspective: Dr. Nick Baker – Chief Medical Officer, Michelle Edwards, Te Piki Oranga, Neil Anderson, HOD Nelson College, Sergeant Mal Drummond, Nelson Police
This evening is supported by The Canterbury Community Trust and presented by the Nelson Safer Community Council in collaboration with the Nelson Police and ACC
If you need to know:
- What alcohol does to the teenage brain
- Parental legal responsibilities around the supply of alcohol
- and the most effective way to communicate with your young person, then you and will be very interested to hear what Nathan has to say. The word on the street is that if you’ve seen him once you will want to see and hear him again, and if you haven’t seen him and don’t see him in October, you will regret it. Check out our Face Book page at: https://www.facebook.com/alcoholandtheteenagebrain and contribute to the conversations.
- Kick off is at 7:00, so come early to guarantee a seat. Some people were turned away from the door when he was here earlier this year.
- Doors open at 6:30 with parking on the street.
Article type: Meetings and events
Start date: October 13, 2015
Start time: 07:00 PM
End Time: 09:00 PM
Venue:Nelson College School Hall
Cost: Free, koha to SADD
Contact Name: Ingrid Beach, Chair of the Nelson Safer Community Council
Contact Phone: 0274812251
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org