February/March 2023 Events

by Brighton Council

FEBRUARY

2 The first Brighton Food Hub for the year is on today at the Brighton Civic Centre.

3 Take the kids along to Bridgewater Library to create rock art today, with everything they need supplied. The event is free but book through Eventbrite.

5 IRONMAN 70.3 Tasmania is on today – with an epic swim, cycle and run across Hobart. Road closures will affect some residents today. 

8 Public schools return for Term 1 of 2023 today. 

8 As part of TasPride, young LGBTQIA+ Tasmanians are invited to The Link’s weekly free lunch to participate in a podcast workshop. Search This Way//That Way on Eventbrite to book a spot.

11 The 2023 TasPride Festival Parade will take place from 1pm along Elizabeth, Liverpool and Murray Streets, finishing with a Party in the Park at Franklin Square. 

21 The first Brighton Alive meeting of the year is on today 10-11am at Brighton Civic Centre.

24 – 26 Mona Foma always provides an eclectic mix of art, music and entertainment. While it’s a ticketed festival, there are also free events such as the Old Tafe Sessions.

Mona Foma. Pic: MONA FOMA FB

MARCH

1 – 3 Be a part of a growing movement of place-based change at ChangeFest23. There’s a program full of opportunities to learn together with community leaders, service providers and other collaborators. Tickets via Humanitix. 

5 Help keep our environment tidy on Clean Up Australia day today. To find an event or register your own, visit www.cleanup.org.au

8 Dining With Friends returns to Bridgewater today, with dinner on the 1st Wednesday of the month, and lunch on the 1st Tuesday of the month. Dining with Friends provides a free 3-course meal to all in the community who would like to attend. 

10 Uncover your family history at Bridgewater Library. This 6-week course will build your research skills and give you the confidence to get started with your family history search. Free, but register on Eventbrite.

25 – 26 There’s so much to see and do at The Big Weekend of Sustainable Living Ideas, held at Brighton Civic Centre. Program highlights include a no-dig veggie garden workshop hosted by Gardening Australia’s Hannah Moloney, and cooking demos by Matthew Evans.

Catch Gardening Australia’s Hannah Moloney at the Big Weekend of Sustainable Living Ideas. Pic: Natalie Mendham

COMING UP:

1 April
The Quilters Easter Showcase will be held at Brighton Civic Centre from 9.30am – 3pm. Entry is $5 which includes morning tea. Attendees are asked to bring their own mug and lunch.

9 April
Chocoholics rejoice! The Easter Bunny is on their way today.

25 April
Pay your respects to our service men and women on ANZAC day at services across the municipality.

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