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Endomarch High Tea Hobart Hadley’s Orient Hotel

Date: March 25, 2017

High Tea

Hobart Hadley’s Orient Hotel

MC: Ambassador Olivia Hicks
Guest: Endometriosis Australia Director, Donna Ciccia
Educational Speaker: Dr Kirsten Connan

 

www.eventbrite.com.au/e/endomarch-high-tea-hobart-2017-tickets-30214775206

Sophia’s Ride/Drive

Date: March 26, 2017

Location: Bridgewater

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Sophia’s Ride/Drive

26 March 10.00-18.30
The Veterans Memorial Centre , Old Main Road Bridgewater

Contact Anita –0428446662

7th annual Moonah Taste of the World Festival.

Date: March 26, 2017

Moonah-Taste of the World

Glenorchy is gearing up for a global celebration later this month — the 7th annual Moonah Taste of the World Festival.

Food, music and entertainment from around the world will again be on offer at the festival at Benjafield Park, Moonah, from 11am to 4 pm on Sunday, March 26.

Families are encouraged to head along  and celebrate on the day, with free entry and two performance stages offering great entertainment and activities. The event is smoke and alcohol-free and there will be a free, all-day shuttle service to and from the Festival from the major Hopkins Street car park.

The Festival will also celebrate Harmony Day and the Glenorchy Cultural Diversity Committee will present a range of activities, crafts and giveaways. Glenorchy On The Go Physical Activity and Healthy Lifestyle program ambassadors will offer healthy food options and activities and local schools, Cosgrove High and Moonah Primary will provide cooking demonstrations and other activities. There’ll also be face painting, African hair braiding, childrens’ games, a watermelon eating contest and attendees can even learn the art of grape crushing.

 

Beauty & the Beast Movie Event – Hosted by Ultimate High Tea for Hope

Date: March 26, 2017

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Beauty & the Beast Movie Event – Hosted by Ultimate High Tea for Hope

To help launch our 2017 fundraising year we are holding a movie event to help kick start our year on Sunday 26 March at Village Cinemas Hobart. As we are all mothers and all love our Disney movies we saw it very fitting to have the brand new Beauty & the Beast movie as our movie of choice. To date we have sold over 100 tickets to our event and are hoping for a sell out which will mean there are 218 people in attendance.

There will be lucky door prizes, a raffle and not to mention the amazing brand new Beauty & the Beast movie. Your ticket purchase will include the entry into the movie, small popcorn, small drink, choc top and booking fee.

Our group has this year aligned with Ovarian Cancer Australia to help raise much needed funds for support services and research into Ovarian Cancer.

Ovarian Cancer has a survival rate of 45% and with over 1500 women set to be diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer this year is an astonishing number and think 1,000 of those women will not survive.

The proceeds from the event will go to Ovarian Cancer Australia to support their research into Ovarian Cancer and their support services they provide for current Ovarian Cancer suffers.

To book head to www.highteaforhope.com make sure you head to https://www.facebook.com/events/316258268761234/ to be kept up to date.

Black Bear Duo

Start date: March 25, 2017

End date: March 31, 2017

Black bear Duo folk music
Folk Federation of Tasmania Inc presents
BLACK BEAR DUO
in Hobart
Wonderful Scottish music from
Iain McKenzie &
Emma Nixon
Sat 25 March, 2017 – Wild Ceilidh Dance, 7:30pm, Tickets $17/ $15 conc/ $14 member/ $8 student
Sun 26 March – Scottish Music Workshop, 2pm-4pm, $25, limited spaces
Fri 31 March – Concert, Hobart, 7:30pm, $20/$18 concession/member
All events: Wesley Hall, 58 Melville St Hobart
Tickets: https://www.trybooking.com/NVEX or at the door
Contact details:
Folk Federation of Tasmania Inc
6273 2127
Facebook: dance folk tasmania
Spirits soar and feet fly when Iain Mckenzie and Emma Nixon join forces to play fabulous Scottish music for balls and country dances, ceilidhs and concerts. They bring together a deep love of Scottish music and years of experience playing for dances. Their combined passion for performing traditional and contemporary Scottish music creates their signature exciting and individual style.
Bio:
Emma Nixon and Iain Mckenzie teamed up some years ago to fuse the powerful mix of box and fiddle, forming Black Bear Duo. Their combined passion in performing traditional and contemporary Scottish music has created an exciting and individual style. The versatility and musical ability of the duo means Iain and Emma are well established on the music scene and known by audiences in Australia and around the world playing for Scottish dances, ceilidhs and concerts and hosting musical workshops.
Emma is a star of the fiddle scene in Australia, both as a musician and teacher. Her first solo album, Chasing the Sunset, won a Golden Fiddle Award in 2012, and she has received two Golden Fiddle Awards for Best Teacher (2010, 2011). Emma combines the strength of both classical and traditional music in her inspiring fiddle playing, while remaining true to the soul of the music.
Iain was brought up surrounded by Scottish music and dance, and through his Scottish origins is a natural box player. He has travelled extensively and has a strong interest in music from around the world, drawing on other traditional influences to provide a uniqueness in his music. Iain is also a composer of traditional tunes – including lead tunes for dances – some of which have been recorded by others or feature on the new CD.
The recently recorded album, Black Bear, is a true reflection of the Black Bear Duo and their passionate interpretation of the music. The CD brings out the best of the duo and highlights their combined musical energy. Traditional foot-tapping sets are intertwined with the emotional delivery of Scottish airs, applying individual arrangements that keep the music interesting.
Black Bear Duo are truly a force in traditional Scottish and celtic music.
Ceilidh info:
Ceilidh (“kaylee”) dancing is the Scottish equivalent of Australian bush dancing — vigorous and fun.  Originally the word Ceilidh (“kay-lee”) descended from the Gaelic word for ‘gathering’ or ‘party’… However, these days when people think of a Ceilidh, they think of a fun filled night of wild dancing, good music and great company!
Everyone can take part in a ceilidh, young or old, beginners or experienced dancers and even those with two left feet!
You don’t need to bring a partner.  All ages are welcome.
No experience is necessary! The dance caller will be with you every step of the way – walking you through the moves before each dance and continuing to call out helpful hints throughout the rest of the dances.
Please bring some supper to share.  Light refreshments available.
See you on the dance floor!

Eduard Klassen Concert

Date: April 2, 2017

Harp 2

 

Eduard Klassen (Paraguayan Folk Harpist) will be featured during our 10am Sunday Morning Service on 2nd April, 2017 at Hobart City Church of Christ.

Reach Beyond Australia (formerly HCJB Australia) is accompanying Eduard’s Australian Tour.

Everyone is invited to join us for an inspirational harp concert with stories and testimony.

This event is free, however, donations will be greatly appreciated. For more information about Eduard, please visit www.reachbeyond.org.au/klassen-concerts.

2017 Wellness Expo

Start date: April 1, 2017

End date: April 8, 2017

Wellness Expo

The West Moonah Community House in conjunction with Australian Rotary Health are hosting the 2017 Wellness Expo on Saturday 1st April 2017, 10am – 4pm at PW1.

We are thrilled to have over 90 health and wellbeing stalls attending the event.

It is a free event for the public to visit. https://www.facebook.com/events/1233844103309898/

On the following Saturday evening (8th) we are hosting the 2017 Gala Dinner at Royal Yacht Club Sandy Bay with special guests Bruce and Denise Morcombe from the Daniel Morcombe Foundation, http://www.danielmorcombe.com.au/

To book your tickets to the Gala Dinner please visit http://hobarttickets.com.au/event/wellness-gala-dinner-3131

Seabrook Christian School’s Easter Fair

Date: April 12, 2017

School fair

Seabrook Christian School’s Easter Fair

When: Wednesday, 12th April
Time: 3pm-5:30pm
Where: 7 Golf Links Rd, Geilston Bay TAS
Phone: 6243 6113

What’s on:
Jumping Castle
Jumble Stall
Face Painting
Popcorn
Fairyfloss
Sausage Sizzle
Games
and More!!!