Darfield: Every Saturday 10am next to CRT on South Tce
Leeston: Every 1st and 3rd Sat of the month 9am Co-operating Church grounds High St
Lincoln: Every Saturday 10am Gerald St
Prebbleton: Every 1st Sat of the month All Saints Church Blakes Rd
Rolleston: Every 2nd Sun of the month 10am Rolleston Square
Heathy Eating for you & your family
Tue 30 June, 7.30-9pm
Covers lunchbox ideas, fussy eaters & obesity. To register email email@example.com. Gold coin donation please.
An Exhibition of Landscape Painting
17 South Terrace, Darfield
Friday 5 June – Thursday 2 July 2015
Cushla Heslop & Karen SmithSelwyn Gallery, 17 South Terrace, Darfield open 10am till 4pm daily except monday
03 3188702 www.selwyngallery.co.nz
Art from Hohepa
1 James Street, Lincoln
24 June - 5 July 10am to 4pm Wednesday to Sunday
Hohepa Canterbury provides opportunities and support for adults with intellectual disabilities. We are very pleased to show their amazing artwork in this inspiring exhibition. Don't miss it.
Selwyn Timebank Orientation
Orientations run on the third Thursday of every month 6-7pm and the first Monday of every month 10-11am at the Lincoln Library.
This is a 1 hour friendly session to find out more about Timebanking, have a look at the website, and answer any questions that you may have.
What is Timebanking?
Timebanking is a way of trading skills, knowledge and services within the community. Instead of dollars, time credits are used as payment. You earn time credits for the work you do, and then use them to 'buy' another member's time to get the services you need.
Everyone's time is equal no matter what type of work is done, one hour always equals one time credit. 1=1. Every person is equally valued.
Making Your Home Warm and Dry
Thu 9 July Darfield Library, 7-9pm
Free expert advice on how to stay warm and healthy this winter and conserve power use including subsidies, funding, tips and best value resources. Hosted by Malvern Enviro and the Two Rivers Community Trust.
The Living World of Water
Lincoln Event Centre
Friday 10th July 10.30am-12.30pm
Discover, through fun activities, the living world of water and how we can make a difference.
The morning begins with a short story. Then with the help of the students from the Lincoln High School, many exciting activities have been planned. This year we are lucky to have the support of the Living Water Programme.
Children between the ages of 3 and 12 years will have the chance to crawl through the “river tunnel” to view things that are good and bad for our water; to examine the bugs and the larger life forms that live in our water; as well as producing coloured pictures, seed gardens, mobiles and many other things to take home.
It is always a thoroughly enjoyable event. Caregiver
required, donation of $2 appreciated.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 03 423 0456.
West Melton Community Centre
11 & 12 July, 10am-5pm
Soul Jam brings together a variety of professional Holistic and Spiritual practitioners sharing their knowledge, wisdom, and products to assist you in exploring options for well-being and great health, plus personal and spiritual growth and awareness. Discover and experience well-proven modalities. Join with like-minded people who can assist you on your journey through life.
Talks/workshops/demos will run both days between 11am-4pm (free).
Fabulous food from “Food Evolving” will be available.
"Rainbowlily" will be with us both days between 12.30-5pm for childrens’ face-painting (free – children must be accompanied by a paying adult).
Entry: Adults $5, Under 16s free.
Please note practitioners will be charging for individual services. ATM machine across the road inside the BP.
July 4 - July 18
Over 100 fun activities for kids are happening Selwyn during July school holidays, many of which are free or low cost.
See www.kidsfest.co.nz for information and bookings
The Sheffield Book Exchange
Every third Sunday of the month from 12 – 3pm at the Sheffield hall.
Bring a book and exchange it for another.
We would love to see as many locals there as possible to support this wonderful community initiative. We also welcome any donations of books.
Any questions please phone Michelle on 318 3000.
A Mid-Winter's Ale Festival
Rolleston Community Centre, Rolleston Drive
Saturday July 25 11am-7pm
A Mid-Winter's Ale Festival exclusively celebrating Canterbury's craft brewing scene. Local
brews, food and entertainment are brought together for the very first time in
the Selwyn District. Over 50 craft beers plus ciders from our elite Canterbury
brewers will be showcased. Live Music featuring Carpe Diem, Sammy Jay & The Cucumbers.
You can purchase tickets to this event via the website: www.amidwintersale.com
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