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One Way Christian Church invites you to our Mega Plant Sale.
Saturday 23rd October 2021 – 10am-2pm
9 Endeavour Avenue, Margate
Over 400 plants for sale ranging from Indoor, Outdoor varieties as well as Herbs and Vegetables
All funds raised go directly to the Philippines Mission
The Coffee Guy Hobart mobile van will be onsite serving coffee, smoothies and snacks
Please follow COVID guidelines and check in upon entry
(all weather event)
’Aid for Afghanistan’
Fundraising event to raise money for UNHCR’s Afghanistan Appeal
Featuring Elijah Davis Jazz Trio
Local wines and delicious canapés
Online Silent Auction of donated Tasmanian experiences, produce and art works
23rd October, 6-9pm
Moonah Arts Centre
$25 purchased at
100% proceeds to UNHCR
Ph. 0458 487 215
‘Aid for Afghanistan’
Live Jazz, Canapés, Silent Auction
Tasmanians join together to support Afghani victims of war
On Saturday October 23rd at the Moonah Arts Centre from 6pm – 10pm, local
woman Katie Kingshott and her family are raising money for the people of
Afghanistan. In addition to live jazz, food and local beverages, there is a silent
auction with many amazing local products, art work and experiences to bid on.
All proceeds raised go directly to the UNHCR in Afghanistan.
Since the start of the year, nearly 600,000 Afghans have been newly displaced
inside the country due to insecurity, violence and serious human rights issues,
with families being forced to flee for their lives. Especially concerning is the
impact of the conflict on women and girls. Some 80 per cent of those displaced
since the end of May are women and children. UNHCR is well prepared to stay
and deliver humanitarian assistance and support to the Afghan people in a
complex, dynamic and challenging security environment.
For the busy midwife and mother of two small children; Katie says that
organising this event has been a labour of love.
“When I saw images of Afghani women passing their babies to soldiers in an
attempt to get them out of the country, I felt despair. I couldn’t imagine how
horrific a circumstance must be to place your precious child in the hands of a
stranger. Then something in me clicked into action. I realised that I could do
something positive for people in Afghanistan and together with my family, we
started to organise Aid for Afghanistan. Local Tasmanian businesses have been
incredibly generous by donating items for the silent auction. It’s so important to
realise we can be powerful agents for change and we can provide assistance to
people in desperate circumstances”
The Kingshott’s are encouraging all members of the wider Hobart community to
come along on the night and bid on items to raise funds for this extremely
important cause – all the while having a great night out!
$25 ticket entry can be purchased
Auction items can be viewed and bid on at
Saturday October 30th , 2.30 to 4.30pm
Uniting Church Bellerive.
(Corner of York and Cambridge Road)
Sumptuous food, raffle, trade
All proceeds go to East Derwent
Chaplaincy to help make up the
shortfall in federal funding of
Chaplaincy at Rose Bay High
and Lindisfarne North Primary
Book a table for 4, 6 or 8 with
Claire on 62497474 or
Sue on 0401550140
$25 per head
The Botanical Art Society of Australia comes to Hobart for the first time, bringing a cache
of local and interstate botanical artworks.
On Tuesday October 26, The Botanical Art Society of Australia (BASA) will be presenting its
very first exhibition in Tasmania, Flora: The Art and Science of the Plant, in the Long Gallery
at the Salamanca Arts Centre, Hobart. BASA has 400 members throughout Australia with
the aim of promoting botanical art and illustration. Entry to the exhibition is free and will be
of keen interest to all gardeners, plant enthusiasts, naturalists, collectors and artists.
The exhibition will be open 10am to 4pm every day from Tuesday October 26 until Saturday
November 6 in the Long Gallery, Salamanca Arts Centre.
Together with the exhibited artworks from across Australia, unframed works and artists’
cards are also for sale.
Workshops and exhibitions are a fundamental part of BASA’s activities. For those who want
to try their hand at botanical art, we have two beginner classes scheduled for October 30/31
and November 16/17 with local artist Tanya Scharaschkin – see the BASA website for
details. Tanya will also be teaching a Banksia/Grevillea study on November 5.
For further information on BASA, please visit us on our website, facebook page or instagram
Scripture Union (SU) fundraiser dinner
Theme: making space in a digital age.
Are you busy and reactive?
Needing more balance in life?
Craving time for relationships?
Struggling to focus?
Find out about making space and finding deep rest in your life.
Monday, 15 Nov,6:30 pm @ Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania.
Guest speaker: Daniel Sih (author and life coach)
Tickets $50 (includes 2 course meal & entertainment)
Book at sutas.org.au/dinner or 03 6244 8422
Funds raised go toward Scripture Union in Tasmania and our work with young people and families.
Christmas Day is an annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, observed most commonly on December 25 as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world.A feast central to the Christian liturgical year, it is preceded by the season of Advent or the Nativity Fast and initiates the season of Christmastide, which historically in the West lasts twelve days and culminates on Twelfth Night; in some traditions, Christmastide includes an Octave. Christmas Day is a public holiday in many of the world’s nations, is celebrated religiously by a majority of Christians, as well as culturally by many non-Christians, and forms an integral part of the holiday season. In several countries, celebrating Christmas Eve has the main focus rather than Christmas Day.
Although the month and date of Jesus’ birth are unknown, by the early-to-mid fourth century the Western Christian Church had placed Christmas on December 25, a date that was later adopted in the East. Today, most Christians celebrate on December 25 in the Gregorian calendar, which has been adopted almost universally in the civil calendars used in countries throughout the world. However, some Eastern Christian Churches celebrate Christmas on December 25 of the older Julian calendar, which currently corresponds to January 7 in the Gregorian calendar, the day after the Western Christian Church celebrates the Epiphany.
The Taste is back at PW1 and it’s more Tasmanian than ever! This year, from Tuesday 28 December to Monday 3 January, we’re bringing together over 80 of the finest local eateries, breweries, distilleries and wineries.
So come and fill a plate, raise your glass, and celebrate the Taste of Summer.
For more go to and to get tixs go to https://tasteofsummer.com.au/