Bega District Diary
Bega District Garden Club
Bega District Garden Club’s October 13 meeting will be with Marea Marr, 116 Hawkes Head Road, Brogo.
From the Princes Highway go 2.5km up Warrigal Range Road then left on to Hawkes Head Road. Look for the Garden Club sign.
Bermagui and District CWA
The next meeting for Bermagui and District CWA will be on Friday, October 12, at 11am, followed by the annual meeting at 1pm.
There will be a sandwich luncheon between the two meetings. All welcome.
Cobargo Quilt Show
The Quaama/Cobargo Quilters 2018 Quilt Show will be held on Saturday, October 20, from 9am–4pm at the Anglican Church and Hall, Hoyer Street, Cobargo.
A wonderful display and sale of quilts and other artistic works in the historic Anglican Church. Traders of fabrics, clothing, jewellery etc will be in the Church Hall, including Freddie’s Fabrics, The Stitch Connection and Billija Designs.
There’s also a magnificent red and white raffle quilt with proceeds to Can Assist, Bega.
Entry by gold coin donation. Enquiries: Leanne Tett, ph. 0408 627103, Linda Butcher ph. 0424 436284 or email: email@example.com.
Bega Hospital Auxiliary
The Bega Hospital Auxiliary is holding its Spring Street Stall this Friday, October 12, in the Church Street Kiosk.
The usual items will be on sale. As well we have been donated some beautifully knitted baby clothes.
Please come along and support the South East Regional Hospital.
Last week representatives of Bega and Tathra Auxiliaries went out to the hospital where they were shown the Blanket Warmer that both auxiliaries had donated.
The cost was almost $11,000 and the two auxiliaries shared the cost. The staff were very pleased with the warmer.
A number of our Auxiliary members attended the public meeting called by the Board and Executive members of the Southern NSW Local Health District.
We were interested to hear of the latest developments in the hospital. We were particularly pleased to hear of the increase of the number of orthopaedic surgeons.
The next meeting of the Bega Hospital Auxiliary will be held on Friday, October 19, at 10am on the lower level of the hospital. We always welcome new members.
Taiko drumming classes
Anyone who attended the recent Bega Big Groove or the Clean Energy for Eternity human sign in Tathra will know what it’s like to have the earthy sounds of taiko drumming pulsing through the Bega Valley.
Why not give it a go yourself? Have fun learning the basic form, rhythms and techniques of traditional Japanese taiko drumming and join a growing group of spirited Stonewave Taiko drummers who play up and down the Far South Coast.
Stonewave Taiko Term 4 beginners’ classes start at the Cobargo School of Arts Hall, on Tuesday, October 23, from 5pm–6.30pm, and at the Sapphire Coast Anglican College gymnasium in Bega on Thursday, October 25, 7pm–8.30pm (alternative times may also be available. Please call to discuss).
The first session is free so you can try it out. No experience is necessary. All ages. Bookings are essential.
Call Reiko on 0474 065 667 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also message us on Facebook @StonewaveTaikoDrumming.
Bega fencing workshop
Come along to an Introduction to Fencing Workshop on Monday, October 15, from 9am–12.30pm in Bega.
This workshop is designed to give you the confidence to work out solutions to your own fencing needs.
Led by two experienced fencing contractors, it will cover:
Why and where to fence, including fencing to protect planting projects and remnant vegetation;
What sort of fence – design and purpose of a range of conventional and electric fencing;
Uses and types of fencing tools and equipment;
Fence components – strainer assemblies, fence posts, fence droppers, wire types;
Common hazards involved in fencing installation, maintenance and repair.
Practical activities will include setting up a conventional hinged joint fence line and putting in a strainer and stay suitable for sheep, goats or cattle.
The workshop is free with morning tea provided.
Bookings essential with Ali Rodway on 0417 246 896 or email email@example.com.
The fifth Japanese exhibition Sakura is being held at Spiral Gallery from October 19 to November 7.
The official opening will take place on Friday, October 19, from 5pm.
There will be Japanese food and live music, David Dixon with shakuhachi and shinobue and Stonewave Taiko will play this year.
The exhibition is a cash and carry sale and will run for three weeks only.
On display will be kimonos, textiles, jewellery, ceramics, bags, paintings, small furniture, antiques and collectables.
Inquiries to 0474 065 667 or visit spiralgallery.org.au for more information.