What’s On In August/ September 2023

by Brighton Council

August 1 Do you struggle with asthma? Healthy Tasmania is hosting a community focus session at Bridgewater Neighbourhood House today. Book via asthma.org.au/tasdiscovery.

3 If you’re in need of affordable groceries, head to the Brighton Food Hub today, held at the Brighton Civic Centre. Groceries start at 50c, hampers from $20. From 11am-2pm. Also on 17 August.

Sunny day at the Brighton Market

6 On the hunt for pre-loved items, bric-a-brac, arts, crafts or local produce? Head to the Brighton Market at Pontville Community Hall. From 9am- 2pm.

7 Get the kids off Minecraft and head out for some real-world fun at Lego Club at the Bridgewater Library, 3:30pm- 4:30pm. Register via Eventbrite.

11 Pull on your disco shoes and get your groove on at mY Night ‘All Abilities’ Disco at the Y Glenorchy from 7pm. Tickets start at $10. Book via www.the-y-glenorchy.org.au.

12 Head up to Oatlands for the Heritage & Bull­ock Festival. Enjoy a step back in time with bullocks, horses, steam engines, stalls and more. From 10am-4pm.

13 Sea Shepherd Tasmania is hosting a community clean-up at Jordan River Trail today at 36 Ford Rd, Pont­ville. Look for the Sea Shepherd crew cleaning up along the trail. Starts 11am.

16 The Country Women’s Association monthly meeting is on today at Pontville Memo­rial Hall, starting at 10.30am. For enqui­ries, call Lyn on (03) 6268 1499.

18 Hand’s Up Clothing Exchange is on at the Gagebrook Com­munity House from 10am-1pm. Fill a bag for $5.

19 It’s time to roll up your sleeves. The Old Beach Foreshore Monthly Clean Up is on today from 10am- 12pm. Head down to Old Beach Jetty to get involved.

20 The Veteran’s Memorial Centre Annual Gen­eral Meeting is on today at 25 Old Main Road, Bridgewater from 10am. Financial members may vote at the AGM. Member­ships are $30 a year.

22 Cafe Con­nections are meeting today at Brighton Civic Centre from 10am-12pm. Check out www.facebook.com/cafe­withadifference for more info.

26 Head to Coal River Farm for an afternoon of s’mores, fire, cheese and music at Camp­fire Tunes, from 2pm-5pm.

31 The Brighton Food Hub is open today at the Brighton Civic Centre, selling groceries items from 50c and hampers from $20. All welcome. From 11am-2pm.

COWS! At the Oatlands Heritage and Bullock Festival. Pic: Olde Time Portraits

September 2 Lovers of live country music can head to Drome­dary Hall tonight and enjoy tunes from the Derwent Valley Coun­try Music Club. Plays 7pm-10.30pm.

3 Happy Father’s Day! Take Dad and some sausages for a sizzle at the new Bridgewater Parkland BBQ and picnic area.

6 Dining with Friends is on to­night in Bridgewater. Everyone in the com­munity is welcome to attend and enjoy a free three-course meal. From 5:30pm at the Brighton Civic Centre.

9 Head down to Tea Tree Community Hall to celebrate 200 years of Tea Tree. All are welcome, with food and drinks available for purchase. Starts at 2pm.

13 Go along to Centacare Evolve Housing’s ‘Bin 2 Win 2023’ event at Cris Fitzpatrick Park. Offload your rubbish and recyclables and enjoy a free BBQ. From 10am-2pm.

17 It’s time to slip, slop, slap and glove up again. Old Beach Foreshore Monthly Clean Up is on today from 10am- 12pm at Old Beach Jetty.

20 The Country Women’s Association monthly meeting is on today at Pontville Memorial Hall. Starts 10.30am. For enquiries, call Lyn on (03) 6268 1499.

23 Pop down to Glenorchy’s KGV oval today for the annual Kick for Heartkids 4. The retro theme footy match helps raise money for kids with congen­ital heart defects in Tassie. Bounce from 2pm.

26 The Old Beach Neigh­bourhood Watch bi-monthly meeting is on tonight from 7-8pm at Old Beach Community Centre.

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