Please check COVID-safe restrictions before the event.
Four Winds live music
Friday, November 20: The Novellas and HATA the Book Crusher. November 28: The Enigma Quartet will perform at 1pm and 5pm. Performances at Windsong Pavilion, Barragga Bay.
Batemans Marine Park debate continues
Saturday, November 21: "Save Batemans Sanctuaries" members will paddle out at Bar Beach, Narooma, at 11am, to show their support for Batemans marine sanctuaries.
"Stop The Lockout" has called on recreational fishers to "respectfully express your opinion" at the same location.
Tea and talk session
Tuesday, November 24: Catch up with friendly faces and connect with local bushfire recovery services over a cuppa from 11am-2pm at the Foreshore Reserve, Nelligen.
Youth Film Workshop
November 28 or 29: Far South Film Inc. Date and Moruya venue of one-day workshop to be confirmed, 9.30am-4pm. Tutor: Rima Bos. Cost: $20. Ages: 10-18. Limit: 12 participants. Express your interest now on 6495 7435 or visit farsouthfilm.org.au/contact/
Music Society trio performance
Sunday, November 29: Come along to St Bernards Church, Batehaven at 3pm for The Streeton Trio. Tickets online at South Coast Music Society website.
Groove is in the park
Sunday, November 29: Come along to Corrigans Beach Reserve, 3-5pm, for a free fun-filled dance event for all ages, shapes and sizes! It's time to shimmy, shake, wiggle and jiggle along to your favourite hits from the 70s, 80s, 90s and now! Prizes for best dressed. December 13: Malua Bay Beach Park; December 27: Sunpatch Parade Park, Tomakin; January 10: Riverside Park, Moruya. January 24: Nata Oval, Narooma.
The Longest Day
Monday, December 14: Play four rounds of golf in one day at Club Catalina to raise funds for Cancer Council NSW. Go to www.longestday.org.au to get involved.
Eurobodalla Arts Council AGM
Wednesday, December 16: Commencing at 12.30pm at Art Central, Moruya. This will be followed by a pre-Christmas gathering.
Bay Heritage Museum exhibitions
Until December 18: 'This Place, That Time', is a visual essay on post bushfire landscapes around the Bay, featuring the work of photographer Ted Richards. Until February 4: At Peace - Symbolism and Ritual reflects on the curious, the significant and the ceremonial aspects of our 'last great adventure', 1850-2020.
Every Friday, 9am-midday: We open our doors at the Red Door Hall, St Johns Church Page St, Moruya, to anyone who has an item/s that needs to be repaired.
Moruya CWA craft shop reopens
Thursdays and Saturdays: Visit 64 Queen St from 10am to 2pm for all your Christmas gifts and decorations.