An evening of food, sports and health at Ta’ Qali National Park

On Friday 29 September, visit Ta’ Qali National Park for an evening of entertainment for all the family

Ta' Qali National Park. Photo Credit: Vladimir Zhoga
Ta' Qali National Park. Photo Credit: Vladimir Zhoga

On Friday 29 September, the Ta’ Qali National Park picnic area will be transformed into a space for the promotion of food, health and sports aimed at encouraging the public to live a healthier and more sustainable life.

With activities starting at 6pm, in collaboration with WasteServ and Project Green, the Sustainable Development Directorate is inviting you and your family for an evening of sports and educational activities for everyone.

This activity is free of charge and is open to everyone.

The programme is varied and those present will have the opportunity to meet sports organisations including Malta Special Olympics Committee, the Malta Football Association, Malta Cricket, Badminton Malta and Malta Association of Taekwondo.

Representatives from the Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Directorate will provide information on how to live a healthy life and the type of balanced diet one can eat.

In addition, entities such as WasteServ, Project Green, the Energy and Water Agency and Ambjent Malta will be providing information and organising activities related to the environment, sustainability and climate change, among others.

Apart from exhibitions of sports talent, there will also be a fitness session, games for children, crafts and sports activities as well as a performance from the Żabbar Scout Group and Tama Tnabar Association.

This activity is being organised by the Ministry for the Environment, Energy and Enterprise as part of the European Sustainable Development Week 2023. This year’s theme is Sustainability starts with us. The activities are aimed at promoting and raising awareness on Sustainable Development and the related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

For more information, visit the Sustainable Development Directorate’s website or follow the Facebook page.