What’s On in May/Jun/Jul 2024

by Brighton Council

May

27:  Today until 3 June is National Reconciliation Week – a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore reconciliation.

29: Learn free diabetes education at Gagebrook Community House, 10am-1pm. Free for people registered with National Diabetes Services Scheme. Book at events.ndss.com.au or 1800 637 700.

31: Get ready to roll with laughter and prizes at the Marvellous May Fundraiser Cent Night at Bridgewater Community House, 5:30pm. Your $8 entry includes a light supper

31: The Campbell Town Show is here. From sheep dog trials to pet parades, horse events, and everything in between, it’s a weekend packed with fun.

Campbell Town Show. Pic: FB

June

1: Would you like to become a Wildlife Rescuer? Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary are holding their free online course today, covering the basics of Wildlife Rescue and Transport. Register at www.bonorong.com.au.

Wombat Rescue. Pic: FB

3: Enjoy a weekly Bingo session? Join Bingo Night at Brighton Bowls & Community Club every Monday night. Eyes down at 7pm. May the odds be ever in your favour.

4: Brighton Food Hub, which provides affordable food for the community, is open every Tuesday and Thursday (10am-4pm), and every Wednesday (4pm-7pm).

5: Need medical help? Head to the free medical clinic today, open to everyone, 1pm-4pm, at Bridgewater Community House. Book by calling 0448 902 804. Also on 19 June.

8: Start your engines! Join Performance Driving Australia at Basker­ville Raceway in Old Beach for a full track day in your own car. Enter at www.performancedrivin­gevents.com.

11: At Gagebrook Community House today a free medical clinic is being held from 1pm-4pm. Open to all. Book by calling 0407 851 050. Also on 25 June.

12: Get your game face on for Random Bowls at Brighton Bowls & Community Club Inc. Every Saturday and Wednesday at 10:30am it’s bowls, banter, and a light lunch for just $10.

16: Revel in the winter festiv­ities of Dark Mofo, including the famous Winter Feast, which is free today and on the 23rd. There are some music and dance parties throughout the celebration, and Nude Solstice Swim on the 21st.

17: Lions Club Of Brighton hold their monthly meeting at 6:30pm at the Old Council Chambers.

24: Let your child’s imag­ination run wild at Lego Club at Bridge­water Library from 3:15pm-4:15pm. Reg­ister via eventbrite

Brighton Bowls & Community Club. Pic: FB

July

12: Rug up and head to the Huon Valley Mid­winter Festival. With performances, food, and cider at the Apple Shed, Grove. Kids under 16 are free. Visit www.williesmiths.com.au for more.

14: Dig into nature with Bridgewa­ter Landcare Group for a National Tree Planting Day event. From 10am–1pm at Bridgewater Park­lands playground.

15: Lions Club Of Brighton hold their monthly meet­ing at 6:30pm tonight at the Old Council Chambers.

20: Join The Friends of Old Beach Foreshore for a National Tree Planting Day session. 10am–12 pm. Meet at the jetty, Jetty Rd, Old Beach. Be part of Australia’s largest tree planting and nature event.

22: Learn to search through digital documents and find treasures like vintage sewing patterns, retro recipes or old maps at Bridgewater Library from 10am- 11:30am. Register via eventbrite

27: Lace up your running shoes for the Russell Falls Trail Run at Mt Field. It’s a 6.2km adven­ture with breathtak­ing views and Tassie’s best waterfalls. $35 entry, register online

28:  Head along to the Tea Tree Community Hall for an engaging Com­munity Happy Hour today from 12:30pm. Enjoy a relaxed atmo­sphere with food van and bar on site

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