Improving fish habitat
Friday, November 15: South East Local Land Services discussion of estuarine habitats and projects. 6pm, Corrigan's Cove Resort, Batehaven.
Comedy of Tenors
Saturday, Sunday, November 16-17: Moruya Red Door Theatre; 7pm, Saturday, 2pm Sunday, Moruya Golf Club. Performances coming up at Narooma Kinema and St Peters College, Broulee. Tickets at the door, online at South Coast Tickets or at Moruya Books.
Boats Afloat Festival
Friday-Sunday, November 15-17: Traditional boats of all shapes and sizes - clinkers and putt-putts to launches, cruisers and yachts. Wagonga Inlet. Exhibitions, challenges, a parade and much more.
Moruya Preschool 50th anniversary
Saturday, November 16: Family fun day and mini colour run from 10am - 2pm.
November 16-17: Live bands, art, boxing, llamas, dancing and more. Bring picnic basket and chairs for open-air movie on Saturday night. Share your ideas about waterfront masterplan at Francis Guy building 9am-4pm both days.
Sunday, November 17:Concert pianist Nicholas Young and classical guitarist Matthew Fagan present flamenco, tango and modern jazz; 2.30pm for 3pm start at St Bernard's Catholic Church. www.southcoasttickets.com.au
B Friends Cancer Support Group
Tuesday, November 19: Christmas Lunch at Batemans Bay Soldiers Club, 11am. Past and present members welcome. Ph. Jenny 4472 4034 or Shirley 4472 8838
Wednesday, November 20: A fun day of bingo, games and information at the Moruya Golf Club from 10.30am-2pm. Morning tea and lunch provided. Places are limited. More info: 4422 9529.
Eurobodalla Jobs Drive
Thursday, November 21: At Moruya RSL Memorial Hall, Moruya, from 10am to 12pm. Bring printed copies of your updated resume. The health and social assistance sector has more jobs than people to fill them and this event gives job seekers the chance to apply for positions on-the-spot.
Portraits of Crime
October-November 21: Exhibition explores stories of men, women and children who were incarcerated in NSW gaols from 1870 to 1930. Batemans Bay Heritage Centre. Bookings essential, phone 4472 1635.
Moruya colour run
Saturday, November 23: Immerse yourself in the colours of the rainbow at the Youth Against Domestic Violence colour run at Riverside Park, Moruya. Register 9am for a 10am for 5km run, walk or stroll. Tickets $15-25 via www.eventbrite.com.au, includes participant T-shirt, kids under 5 free. Funds from ticket sales go to Eurobodalla Domestic Violence Committee.
Deep River Choir community sing
Sunday, November 24: Moruya Scout Hall (Shore St), 3-5pm. With Merrilyn Simmons. Gospel, folk, world. $10. 16yrs and under or 80 yrs and older FREE. Afternoon tea provided.
Moruya Street Kitchen
Sunday, November 24: Free community BBQ from 3.30pm, River Park, Moruya. Groceries, shoes, clothes and more available. All welcome.
South Coast Music Society
Sunday, December 1: Australian-based classical chamber music group, Chrysalis Trio. The society will also be launching our program for 2020 and memberships and ticket sales for 2020 will also open.
Saturday, December 7: South Coast band Cuppa Shred are returning home for a gig at the Moruya Waterfront. Support acts include: Blackout Fun Club (Wollongong), Potent Soap (Batemans Bay) and Fika (Wollongong). It's Cuppa Shred's first gig since February, and they're expecting a huge crowd.
Christmas street kitchen
Sunday, December 15: Moruya Street Kitchen welcomes all to a free community Christmas BBQ at River Park, Moruya from 3.30pm. Home-cooked meals, Christmas gifts and more available.
Carols by candlelight
Sunday, December 15: The annual event is back, at Mackay Park, Batemans Bay.
Deep River Choir
Sundays: from 3-5pm at the Moruya Scout Hall. New members are always welcome. Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Handicrafts each Thursday and Saturday from 10am to 2pm at 64 Queen Street, Moruya. Disabled parking at rear.
Moruya Street Kitchen
Final Sunday of the month: Street kitchen at the Moruya River Park rotunda on the final Sunday of each month, from 3.30-5.30pm. To donate non-perishable items contact the "Moruya Street Kitchen" Facebook page or email email@example.com.
You can also drop items at the Bay Post/Moruya Examiner office at 30C Orient St, Batemans Bay.
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