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Event Calendar Summary:
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* Tuesday 27th November 2018  - 'ECO-FRIENDLY DECORATIONS' FREE WORKSHOP
* Tuesday 27th November 2018  - EVENING WALK
Saturday 1st December 2018  - SUMMER VEGGIE SWAP
* Thursday 6th December 2018  - GILBERT'S ART CLASS - OUTDOORS

'ECO-FRIENDLY DECORATIONS' FREE WORKSHOP  - * Tuesday 27th November 2018

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Learn how to make decorations which are eco friendly as well as attractive.
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EVENING WALK  - * Tuesday 27th November 2018

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Time  : 4.00 pm
Join the Normanville Resource Centre for an evening walk.
Contact the centre to find out where the walk will be and the starting point.
Bookings essential in case of change of starting point and / or time on 8558 3644

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SUMMER VEGGIE SWAP  - Saturday 1st December 2018

Where: Normanville Natural Resource Centre
Time  : Set up 9.15am. To 10.30
A great social event where people come together and swap their surplus produce in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere while catching up with old friends and making news ones. Set up 9.15am. Goes until 10.30am depending on presentations, and the number of swaps available.

GILBERT'S ART CLASS - OUTDOORS  - * Thursday 6th December 2018

Where: Annie O'Connor Centre
Time  : 10.00am - 3.00pm
Join Gilbert Dashorst for a class outdoors - maybe Second Valley - charcoal
Cost $40 per person with tea, coffee, and Dutch biscuits and cakes provided.
The session is to start at 10.00am and run until 3.00 or 4.00pm depending on interest.
A series of workshops are to be held on the first Thursday of the month. Gilbert will be using different mediums and techniques to illustrate our natural treasures, specialising in Botany.
For more information, or to book, please contact NNRC on 8558 3644.

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