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Event Calendar Summary:
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Monday 2nd December 2019  - GREENING THE FLEURIEU / COMMUNITY NURSERY WORKING BEE
* Thursday 5th December 2019  - 2040 MOVIE
Saturday 7th December 2019  - BANKSIA PARK WORKING BEE
* to be scheduled  - AN EVENING WITH THE STARS

GREENING THE FLEURIEU / COMMUNITY NURSERY WORKING BEE  - Monday 2nd December 2019

Where: Council Depot
Time  : 9.30am
A working bee for the Community Nursery will be on Monday 5th August from 9.30am to 11.30am.
THis is now combined with the Greening the Fleurieu Project
If you would like to volunteer at the nursery please contact us on 8558 3644 to register your interest.


2040 MOVIE  - * Thursday 5th December 2019

Where: Normanville Natural Resource Centre
Time  : 5.00 pm
Concerned about his young daughter's future, filmmaker Damon Gameau travels the world in search of new approaches and solutions to global warming.

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BANKSIA PARK WORKING BEE  - Saturday 7th December 2019

Where: Banksia Park
Time  : 10.00am
Banksia Park, situated behind Mitre 10, is home to the beautiful Banksia marginata some of which are hundreds of years old and in need of some tender loving care.
The Friends of the Banksia Park group is organising some weeding in the park, so working bees will be held on the 1st Saturday of each month at 10 am and the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 2 pm.
If you are interested in helping for an hour or so, please just turn up on one of these dates with your favourite weeding implement.


AN EVENING WITH THE STARS  - * to be scheduled

Where: Wirrina
Time  : 7.30pm
Due to the cold weather this has been rescheduled now for Spring. The date to be announced. Join us to watch the stars at Wirrina with Fraser from Backyard Universe.
Cost $20.00 per person.
Booking essential on 8558 3644
or email: admin@nnrc.com.au

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