Sculpture on Clyde:
Saturday, August 25– Sunday, September 2, indoor sculptures at Guy Francis Heritage Building, Clyde Street, Batemans Bay, and outdoor sculptures at Willinga Park, Bawley Point. Visit sculptureonclyde.com.au for tickets, more information.
Moruya & District Historical Society hosts the Australian National Maritime Museum’s touring exhibition SUBMERGED: Stories of Australia’s Shipwrecks from Saturday 1 September - Friday 26 October. Opening, Saturday, September 1, 2pm, Moruya Museum. Email firstname.lastname@example.org (using LAUNCH in the subject line) if you will be attending.
Drought Relief Monster Raffle:
Saturday, September 1, Harvey Norman Drought relief fundraiser and Buy a Bale raffle drawn, Harvey Norman pop-up shop, Village Centre, Batemans Bay, 9am-12pm. Tickets available at Harvey Norman Batemans Bay or pop-up shop. More than $15k to give away.
Muddy Puddles Fundraiser:
Saturday, September 1, Monster garage sale, The Estuary, Mossy Point, from 8am. Donated goods for sale; sausage sizzle.
Three Piece Suite Concert:
Sunday, September 2, string trio Three Piece Suite will perform at St John's Anglican Church, Moruya, from 4pm. Tickets at the door or online at tpschambermusic.com
Father’s Day Concert:
Sunday, September 2, musician Paul Marshall will perform at Maloneys Beach Cafe and Cellar, from 11.30am-2.30pm. Performing everything from jazz to rock n roll. Enquiries call 4472 5815 or email email@example.com
CWA Awareness Week:
Tuesday, September 4, Batemans Bay CWA will host CWA Awareness Week in the former Ned Kelly building, 5 Clyde Street, Batemans Bay, from 9am-4pm. Fashion display, cakes, handicrafts, white elephant stall, books, raffle etc.
Billy’s Gift Gala Ball
September 8, Batemans Bay Soldiers Club. Comedian Dane Simpson, Ronald 'Callo' Callaghan, Tidal Moon. Tickets available until Monday, September 3. Contact Julie Irwin on 0437 729 703, email firstname.lastname@example.org or purchase online.
Malua Bay Tennis Club:
Malua Bay Tennis Club meets each Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 8am and 10am at the courts off George Bass Drive, Malua Bay. Players are mostly retired men and women who enjoy a social but competitive game.