What’s on in June/July 2023

by Brighton Council

May 31 The Men’s Table, where men come together to share, learn and connect, is holding their introductory meeting tonight at the Brighton Motel. Spots are limited, head to www.themenstable.org to register.

June 2 The Campbell Town Show is on today and tomorrow. Check out the sheep dog trials, equestrian events, pet parade, trade stalls, kids entertainment and more. More info at www.campbelltownshow.com.au.

Pic: To the North FB

4 Enjoy a fun day out at To The North market. Loads of fresh produce, food trucks, entertainment and live street art. From 8:30am-3pm in Albert Rd, Moonah.

6 For the littles ones, Stretch & Sing is on today at Gagebrook Primary School. From 9:15am-10:30am. Book via Eventbrite.

8 Head out for a night of light and sound at Dark Mofo’s Silent Symphony. Running 8-12 and 14-18 June at Dark Park, Macquarie Point. Free entry.

9 Gagebrook Community House is hosting PINGO! Played like bingo, join in the fun to win grocery prizes. $5 per person, which includes coffee and games. From 11am-1pm.

Prime Poultry

10 Own, breed or just love chooks? The Southern Tasmanian Poultry Club annual show is on today. Head to Pontville Park for a clucking good time. Starts 9am.

13 Take the kids to Storytime at Bridgewater Library today, from 10:30am11am. Register via Eventbrite or call 6165 5446.

18 It’s the last day of Dark Mofo. Join The Procession from 5pm6pm at Parliament Lawns and The Burning of the Ogah-Ogah from 6pm-6:30pm at Dark Park. Winter Feast is also on with free entry tonight from 4pm-10pm.

19 Get building today at Bridgewater Library with Lego Club. From 3:30pm-4:30 pm. Register via Eventbrite.

20 Rhyme and Storytime is on at Gagebrook Primary School today. The session runs from 9:15am10:30am for any kids wanting to sing and have fun.

24 For lovers of retro, the Reloved Market is on today in Hobart’s CBD. Check out over 60 stalls of vintage, secondhand, and locally made goods. Today from 10am2pm at Melville St.

July 1 Festival of Voices is back. Loosen up your vocal chords at The Big Sing Bonfire and join local and national performers for a feel-good midwinter singalong. Starts 5pm. Free entry

Festival of Voices Big Sing Bonfire. Pic: Alastair Bett

2 The Lions Club of Brighton Market is on today, and every first Sunday of the month, at the Pontville Memorial Hall. From 10am2pm.

5 For the car lovers, the Club Motor Italia Baskerville State Championship Hillclimb is on at Baskerville Raceway. Racing starts from 9am. For details, check out Baskerville Raceway Facebook page.

7 Learn about how to safely shop on the internet at Bridgewater Library. The session runs from 2pm-3pm. Head to Eventbrite to book your spot.

11 Snowy Owl Storytime and Craft is on at Bridgwater Library. Join in for some cosy stories and make your own pinecone owl to take home. Starts 10:30am-11:30am.

15 Rug up and enjoy a festive day out at the Huon Valley Midwinter Festival, with performances, stories, food and cider. The festival runs from 10am11pm at the Apple Shed, Huon Highway, Grove. Kids under 16 are free.

16 Grab those gloves and pitch in to help at the Old Beach Foreshore Monthly Clean Up. The group meets from 10am–12 pm at the Old Beach Jetty car park. For more info, check out their Facebook page.

17 Let your creativity go wild at the LEGO challenge today at Bridgewater Library. From 3:30pm-4:30pm.

25 The Old Beach Neighbourhood Watch monthly meeting is tonight from 7am8pm at the Old Beach Community Centre. For more info, head to www.facebook.com/OldBeachNeighbourhoodWatch.

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