To book for any event please email to admin@nnrc.com.au
or phone (08) 8558 3644

Event Calendar Summary:
* indicates bookings essential

* Tuesday 29th January 2019  - EVENING WALK
Monday 4th February 2019  - COMMUNITY NURSERY WORKING BEE
* Thursday 7th February 2019  - GILBERT'S ART CLASS
Thursday 7th February 2019  - STORM BOY MOVIE - BOOKED OUT
* Friday 15th February 2019  - GILBERT'S ART CLASS - OUTDOORS
Thursday 21st February 2019  - LIVING THE CHANGE MOVIE
* Tuesday 26th February 2019  - EVENING WALK
Saturday 2nd March 2019  - AUTUMN VEGGIE SWAP
Monday 4th March 2019  - COMMUNITY NURSERY WORKING BEE
* Thursday 7th March 2019  - GILBERT'S ART CLASS
* Friday 15th March 2019  - GILBERT'S ART CLASS - OUTDOORS
* Thursday 21st March 2019  - AUSTRALIAN NATIVE FOODS - BUSH TUCKER
* Tuesday 26th March 2019  - EVENING WALK
Saturday 1st June 2019  - WINTER VEGGIE SWAP

EVENING WALK  - * Tuesday 29th January 2019

Where: t.b.a.
Time  : 4.00 pm
Join the Normanville Resource Centre for an evening local 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

to book for this event email admin@nnrc.com.au


COMMUNITY NURSERY WORKING BEE  - Monday 4th February 2019

Where: Council Depot
Time  : 9.30am
A working bee for the Community Nursery will be on Monday 4th February from 9.30am to 11.30am.
Corey Jackson, NRM Coastal Conservation Officer for the Southern Fleurieu Peninsula has set up a small community nursery at the Yankalilla Council Depot.
The aim of the nursery is to be able to propagate enough plants in the future to supply many of the local groups who are revegetating.
If you would like to volunteer at the nursery please contact us on 8558 3644 to register your interest.


GILBERT'S ART CLASS  - * Thursday 7th February 2019

Where: Annie O'Connor Centre
Time  : 10.00am - 3.00pm
Join Gilbert Dashorst for a class on the art of using colour pencils.
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 each 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.

to book for this event email admin@nnrc.com.au


STORM BOY MOVIE - BOOKED OUT  - Thursday 7th February 2019

Where: Victa Cinema
Time  : 7.00 pm
South Coast Environment Centre and presents a special fundraising event screening of "Storm Boy" at the Victa Cinema.
Process to help the South Coast's Wildlife Welfare Organisation and the amazing work they do rescuing, rehabilitating and helping our sick or injured local wildlife.
Costs $15.00 per person, includes wine/soft drink and nibbles pre show,
Donation appreciated.


GILBERT'S ART CLASS - OUTDOORS  - * Friday 15th February 2019

Where: meet at Bunglaa Park
Time  : 9.30am - 3.00pm
Join Gilbert Dashorst for a class outdoors meeting at Bungala Park.
Cost $40 per person with tea, coffee, and Dutch biscuits and cakes provided.
Meet at 9.30am.
A series of workshops are to be held on during 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.

to book for this event email admin@nnrc.com.au


LIVING THE CHANGE MOVIE  - Thursday 21st February 2019

Where: Normanville Natural Resource Centre
Time  : 5.00 pm
Sometimes it can feel like the environmental, economic and social issues the world is currently facing are too big, too overwhelming, to be dealt with by individuals. Climate change, resource limits, economic downturn, social disconnection. Surely these issues can only be properly managed by our governments?
Living the Change explores solutions to the global crises we face today solutions any one of us can be part of through the inspiring stories of people pioneering change in their own lives and in their communities in order to live in a sustainable and regenerative way.
Directors Jordan Osmond and Antoinette Wilson have brought together stories from their travels, along with interviews with experts able to explain how we come to be where we are today. From forest gardens to composting toilets, community supported agriculture to timebanking, Living the Change offers ways we can rethink our approach to how we live.
Each and every one of us has the power to create change. Living the Change sets out to inspire us to do just that. There are so many exciting and important ideas and initiatives out there, so much hope and inspiration. We want to generate discussion as widely and deeply as possible about how each of us views the future and our part in it.

to book for this event email admin@nnrc.com.au


EVENING WALK  - * Tuesday 26th February 2019

Where: t.b.a.
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

to book for this event email admin@nnrc.com.au


AUTUMN VEGGIE SWAP  - Saturday 2nd March 2019

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. Special presentation details to be announced


COMMUNITY NURSERY WORKING BEE  - Monday 4th March 2019

Where: Council Depot
Time  : 9.30am
A working bee for the Community Nursery will be on Monday 4th March from 9.30am to 11.30am.
Corey Jackson, NRM Coastal Conservation Officer for the Southern Fleurieu Peninsula has set up a small community nursery at the Yankalilla Council Depot.
The aim of the nursery is to be able to propagate enough plants in the future to supply many of the local groups who are revegetating.
If you would like to volunteer at the nursery please contact us on 8558 3644 to register your interest.


GILBERT'S ART CLASS  - * Thursday 7th March 2019

Where: Annie O'Connor Centre
Time  : 10.00am - 3.00pm
Join Gilbert Dashorst for a class on the art of using lead pencils.
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 each 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.

to book for this event email admin@nnrc.com.au


GILBERT'S ART CLASS - OUTDOORS  - * Friday 15th March 2019

Where: meet at Bunglaa Park
Time  : 9.30am - 3.00pm
Join Gilbert Dashorst for a class outdoors meeting at Bungala Park.
Cost $40 per person with tea, coffee, and Dutch biscuits and cakes provided.
Meet at 9.30am.
A series of workshops are to be held on during 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.

to book for this event email admin@nnrc.com.au


AUSTRALIAN NATIVE FOODS - BUSH TUCKER  - * Thursday 21st March 2019

Where: To be confirmed
Time  : 5.00pm
Karen Shaw will talk about bus tucker, what she does and what she is setting up locally.

For more information, or to book, please contact NNRC on 8558 3644.

to book for this event email admin@nnrc.com.au


EVENING WALK  - * Tuesday 26th March 2019

Where: t.b.a.
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

to book for this event email admin@nnrc.com.au


WINTER VEGGIE SWAP  - Saturday 1st June 2019

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. Presentation: to be announced

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