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Markets:
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



Selwyn Timebank Orientation
Lincoln Library


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?

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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.

For further information please contact Meredith on 03 325 7062, email us at selwyntimebank@gmail.com or sign up via the website www.selwyntimebank.net.nz.


Mad Hatter's Tea Party
Lincoln Baptist Church, Birchs Road


Sat 8 August 2-4pm

High tea with musical entertainment.

Wear a character costume and enjoy the silent auction. Fundraising for Hagar which helps women and children who have suffered human rights abuses. $25 with $5 discount for seniors. Tickets from Lincoln Event Centre, Lincoln Library & Lincoln pharmacies.


Problem Gambling Workshop
16 Lyttelton Street, Lincoln


Wed 12 August 1.30-3pm

Free workshop for people seeking help for gambling issues or supporting friends or family members with issues. RSVP by phoning 325 2007.


A Mulled Wine Event
Hororata Hall


Wed 12 August, 7.30pm

Featuring Stevie Tonks, Loren Sila & guitarist Daniel Hitchens.

Tickets $25, available at the door & from Hororata Café. Refreshments available, bar proceeds to Hororata School.

Event supported by Hororata Village Bar & Café, Selwyn Arts Trust & Selwyn District Council.


Darfield High School Senior Student Art


Friday 31 July - Thursday 13 August 2015

Selwyn Gallery, 17 South Terrace, Darfield

open 10am till 4pm daily except monday

03 3188702 www.selwyngallery.co.nz


Truffles, Wine & Food
Langdale Vineyard Restaurant, 161 Langdales Road


Saturday 15th August, 7pm

With the truffle season upon us, we have a unique opportunity for you to experience this luxury gourmet ingredient.

Local Bianchetto White Truffle producer and Selwyn Food & Wine trail member, Borchii Park will be showcasing their exquisite truffles at a special five course dinner prepared by Lauren from Langdale Vineyard Restaurant and matched with carefully selected wines from True & Daring Winery.

This special event will give diners a chance to try truffles prepared in several different ways. A taste experience not to be missed.

Bookings are essential as spaces are limited.

Tickets are $80 per person

Book online at celias.co.nz/collections/events or call Celia for more information on 03 347 8269 or celia@trueanddaring.com


Jazz Gourmet
West Melton


Sat 15 August, 7.30pm

Jazz Gourmet with guest Jimmy Rainey

Chet - Getz - Blue

Share an old-school, classy evening of jazz and bossa nova with singing, sax, and swinging piano

Cameron Stewart and Tom Harris (Jazz Gourmet) will be joined by Jimmy Rainey on sax.
 

Concert & light supper $25pp. Tickets available at www.nutpoint.org


Winter Second Hand Book Sale
on green beside Hillyers Cafe, Lincoln


Sat 22nd Aug 15 10 am to 1 pm

Lose yourself in a book this winter and grab a bargain at Lincoln's Annual Second Hand Book Sale.

Make your selection by listening to some great live music and pick up some quality locally grown spray free veg/fruit, plants, flowers, take the opportunity to sample some award winning artisan produce and baking or even find that extra special gift handcrafted by one of Lincoln Farmers' and Craft Market's talented crafters - including wood products, hand made clothing and winter woollens, art, toys, jewellery.... . See www.facebook.com/lincolnmarket for full details.


The Sheffield Book Exchange
Sheffield Hall


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.


Swing into Spring
West Melton


Sat 29 August, 7.30pm

Matthew Everingham- Piano

Kate Taylor- Vocalist

Concert & light supper $25pp. Tickets available at www.nutpoint.org

 


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