Your Mates Bowls Pub, 5 Opal St, Cooroy


Parents + Carers + Educators of 0-12 year olds


We know a lot more today about neuroscience, brain development + psychology, but our kids can still do things that leave us wondering 'How did they know that?' or 'Why did they do that?!'

Raising happy humans is complex. Understanding how to support healthy brains + the different stages of brain development can alleviate some of our questions as we traverse the parenting journey.

Dr Nagel specialises in human development + early learning, neurological development in children + adolescent psychology. An author of 20 books + a father of two, he's here to share his knowledge + practical tips on developing happy healthy brains in a modern world.

Wednesday 19th April 2023
Join us for dinner from 6:00pm (optional - pay your own way food, cash bar)
Discussion + Questions with Michael from 7:00pm
Mix + mingle afterwards

Places Limited reserve your seat early
Bookings close 5:00pm Monday 17th April

We are pleased to help our community by offering in person meet + greets with experts across the country.

This is a fundraising initiative proudly supporting independent social impact initiatives including: Raising Happy Humans Event (coming in early 2023) + Indelible - a 6-part Docuseries aimed at reversing damaging social trends (current work in progress) + Eat Up Australia. Subscribe to our Email Updates to be kept up to date with these exciting projects + more events.

Helping our community

BOOk Here

Tickets only $35
Includes drink on arrival

Hosted by
Robyn Simpson
Choose the 'Tude
Creator + Co-Producer
Indelible Docuseries
Raising Happy Humans Event

Guest Speaker
Dr Michael Nagel
Educational Psychologist + Author

Together we can positively impact current + future communities.


A great opportunity to understand why our kids do what they do + ask your questions about brain stages + development

happy healthy brains

Join Robyn + other parents as she hosts a live interactive session with Dr Michael Nagel

19 APRIL 2023

Bring a healthy non-perishable snack to help Eat Up feed kids experiencing food insecurity.