Free art for bushfire kids
January 23: MACS program to children from bushfire-affected households from Bermagui to Nerrigundah. January 23: Drama; Enrolments: email@example.com
Wrack and Ruin
Sunday, January 24: Intimate show at Cobargo Hotel with Phil Moriarty of the Gadflys
Attention book worms
January 22-31: Braidwood Book Fair, 9am to 4pm daily. Donations welcome: email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0418291141.
Bunnings Sausage Sizzle with CWA
Saturday, January 23: Batemans Bay CWA ladies will be sizzling up the sausages this Saturday at Bunnings. Come along buy a snag or two. Your support is much appreciated.
Healing energy workshops
Saturday, January 23: HeART Space is a playful creative experience, 10am-12.30pm at Bodalla Hall, drawn from the Untold Eurobodalla exhibition at The Bas.
Groove is in the park
January 24: Free fun-filled dance event for all ages, shapes and sizes! Shimmy, shake, wiggle and jiggle to your favourite hits, 3-5pm, Nata Oval, Narooma.
Moruya and District Historical Society exhibitions
Wednesday/Friday/Saturday: Two shows at the museum from 10am-noon, 85 Campbell Street. 'Illuminated, The Art of Children's Book Illustration'. 'Treasures from the Ground, Early Mining in Eurobodalla' tells the story of early mining discoveries in our region and the miners involved through artifacts from the period.
Until February 1: Creative Arts Batemans Bay gallery in Mogo. Paintings, 2D and 3D artworks of members, featuring Carleta Delac. 10.00am to 4.00pm, excluding holidays at The Gallery 2/52 Sydney Street Mogo. Paintings inspired by Haiku poems.
Bay Heritage Museum
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.Untold Eurobodalla
Until February 7: See Amadis Lacheta and photographer Lee Grant's body of work at the Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre. The exhibition is a celebration of the community's cultural contributions, diversity and resilience. Stories are shared through photography, film and the written word.
February 5-7: Moruya-based naturopath Alice Howlett will host a luxury three-day wellness retreat at Bermagui. Nourish your mind, body and soul with daily yoga, meditation, surf lessons, delicious vegetarian food, naturopathic health and workshops. For pricing and bookings contact Alice on 0423733265 or email@example.com
Portraits, landscapes, theatre
Until February 14: Bitter Sweet Melody, a collection of oil paintings by Justin Pearson on display at Gallery Bodalla.
Sunday, February 14: Dalmeny Community Market (Valentine's Day) at the Dalmeny Community Hall 33/35 Mort Ave. Starts 8am until noon. March 14: Dalmeny Community Market, a Makers Market at the Dalmeny Community Hall 33/35 Mort Ave. Starts 8am until noon. Supporting Narooma Lions. Eftpos available at all BBQs.
Bad art night: making a monsterpiece
Friday, February 19: Head to your library for a night of fun, creativity and truly dreadful art; 5.30-7pm; Nibbles, drinks and art supplies provided; $5 per person; bookings required.
Thursday, February 25:
Jungle rhythms and liquorice stick shrieks
Thursday, February 25: Nethercote Hall on the edge of the Ben Boyd National Park. Friday, February 26: Navigate Arts at the Old Church in Tanja. Saturday, February 27: Gadflys get toes tapping with double bass, drums and vocals from 9pm at Quarterdeck, Narooma.
South Coast golf regional qualifying series
Saturday, February 27: At the Moruya Golf Club, 18-hole individual stableford and team event shot gun start at 8.30am; lunch, raffles and presentation. Over $1500 in amateur prizes. Book: 4474 2300.
May or June, 2021: The 37th Eisteddfod will take place in May-June. The Eisteddfod committee will decide at the end of January as to whether the event will go ahead. If so there will be several new sections in vocal and dance: pop or country; song from stage, screen or TV show; contemporary song; junior contemporary championship; hip hop. Go to the Shoalhaven Eistedfodd website for info.
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.