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

Event Calendar Summary:
* indicates bookings essential

Sunday 27th June 2021  - YANKALILLA CHILDREN'S MARKET
* Tuesday 29th June 2021  - LOCAL WELLBEING WALK
* Friday 2nd July 2021  - FRIENDS OF NIXON SKINNER
Saturday 3rd July 2021  - REDUCING FOOD WASTE CHAT
Saturday 3rd July 2021  - VEGGIE SWAP
Monday 5th July 2021  - COMMUNITY NURSERY WORKING BEE
Thursday 8th July 2021  - SOCIAL SEWING AFTERNOON
Saturday 10th July 2021  - BANKSIA PARK WORKING BEE

YANKALILLA CHILDREN'S MARKET  - Sunday 27th June 2021

Where: Fleurieu Coast Visitor Centre
Time  : 10.00am- 1.00pm
Join us at the Children's Market at the Fleurieu Coast Visitor Centre.


LOCAL WELLBEING WALK  - * Tuesday 29th June 2021

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 maddie@nnrc.com.au


FRIENDS OF NIXON SKINNER   - * Friday 2nd July 2021

Where: Nixon Skinner Conservation Park
Time  : 9.00am at the park entrance
The Fleurieu Environment Centre has formed a Friends of Nixon Skinner Group to maintain the diversity of the park and protect the native orchids especially the very rare Cherry Helmet Orchid. Working bees are held on the first Friday of each month at the reserve. If you are interested in joining us in this activity please contact the centre on 8558 3644 or email info@flec.com.au Bookings essential

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


REDUCING FOOD WASTE CHAT  - Saturday 3rd July 2021

Where: Fleurieu Environment Centre
Time  : 11.00am
Join us for a beeswax making demonstration and a discussion about tips and tricks to save food waste at home.
Hear about what has worked for others, and share any of your own advice.
please contact the NNRC on 8558 3644 if you would like more information


VEGGIE SWAP  - Saturday 3rd July 2021

Where: Normanville Natural Resource Centre
Time  : Set up 9.15am. To 10.30 unless all swapped before
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.
First Saturday of every month.


COMMUNITY NURSERY WORKING BEE  - Monday 5th July 2021

Where: Council Depot
Time  : 9.30am
A working bee for the Community Nursery is held the first and third Monday of every month.
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 CAN SPARE A COUPLE OF HOURS (or more), anytime between 9.30am and 3.00pm on the first and third Monday of the month, we would love to see you there!
or please contact the NNRC on 8558 3644 if you would like more information.


SOCIAL SEWING AFTERNOON  - Thursday 8th July 2021

Where: Normanville Natural Resource Centre
Time  : 1.00pm
Calling on sewers and non-sewers!
To be held on the second Thursday of each month from 1.00pm at the Normanville Natural Resource Centre.
Join us for a fun afternoon sewing and cutting out produce and shopping bags.
Afternoon Tea will be served!
Please register on 8558 3644 or just drop in on the day!


BANKSIA PARK WORKING BEE  - Saturday 10th July 2021

Where: Banksia Park
Time  : 8.30am onwards
Banksia Park, situated behind Mitre 10, is home to the beautiful Banksia marginata some of which are hundreds of years old and in need of some tender loving care.
The Friends of the Banksia Park group is organising some weeding in the park, so sessions are held on the 1st Saturday of each month from 8.30 am onwards.
If you are interested in helping for an hour or so, please just turn up on one of these dates with your favourite weeding implement.

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