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
Introduction to Bonsai Techniques
Sat 28 March 10am
An introductory workshop on bonsai tree growing. At the Lincoln Envirotown Community Gardens located on James Street, behind the hospital. Gold coin donation appreciated. For information phone 325 2193.
Earth Hour Barn Dance
Lincoln High School Hall
Saturday 28th March 2015 7.30pm-11.30pm
Celebrating Earth Hour 2015.
Turn off your lights, come and share our candles with band, caller and music by BANTAM OF THE OPERA.
Tickets $12 ($15 at the door), children under 14 Free.
Tickets are available from Lincoln and Rolleston Libraries and Lincoln Event Centre.
Suitable for the whole family. Please bring a plate of food to share for supper, whatever you wish to drink and your own glass.For more information see www.lincolnenvirotown.org.nz
Anzac Legacy Exhibition
1 James Street, Lincoln
Until 29 March
In the footsteps of Horace Moore-Jones
The exhibition remembers World War I through the work of this famous New Zealand painter.
Open Wednesday - Sunday, 10am - 4pm.
Two guest speakers will also visit:
- Ian Collins on Saturday 14 March at 3pm discussing Lincoln University Links
- Billy Barnes on Saturday 28 March at 3pm on New Zealand War Memorials
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.
Children's book expert speaks at Rolleston Library
Wednesday 1 April at 7pm
Rolleston Library is hosting Bob Docherty to speak about fiction for children and young adults.
Bob’s career involves spending twenty years with the National Library where he chose fiction and picture books for New Zealand schools, and acting as judge for the LIANZA Book Awards. Bob now visits schools talking to children and teachers about books and reading.
Bob’s talk is open to parents, children and teenagers, grandparents and the wider public. Bob will offer advice about getting children interested in reading, improving children’s literacy skills, great reads for children and teens and more.
Bob is visiting the library on Wednesday 1 April at 7pm. This is a free talk but numbers are limited – to book phone 347 2880 or visit the library.
17 South Terrace, Darfield
6 March - 1 April 2015
Deanna Griffiths & Joshua Bashford, Selection
An exhibition of Printmaking & Works in Clay.
Selwyn Gallery, 17 South Terrace, Darfield open 10am till 4pm daily except Monday
03 3188702 www.selwyngallery.co.nz
Summer Skate Jam - Lincoln
Lincoln Event Centre carpark
Wednesday 1 April 4-6pm
Skate Jam season is in full swing with lots of fun skate events happening.
“Skate Jams are a great chance for Selwyn families to enjoy a fun day out. They are also an opportunity for kids of all ages to learn some new skills from skate professionals for free,” says Chris Martin, Selwyn District Council’s Youth Advisor.
Skate Jam events includes best trick competitions, spot prizes, music and a sausage sizzle. The Cheapskates Skate Skool will be giving free skate lessons and skate gear for all ages will be available for free hire.
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.
2015 Living Lake Symposium
Thursday 19 November/Friday 20 November 2015
2015 will see the fifth Living Lake Symposium to report on the state of Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere, to be held at Lincoln University.
The dates have been confirmed as: Field Trip - Thursday 19 November, and Presentations - Friday 20 November 2015.
We will start publicising and taking registrations nearer the time but you might like to mark the dates in your diary!
Further information on the programme and format will be added to the WET website over the next few months at http://www.wet.org.nz/events/living-lake-symposium-2015
Christmas in the Selwyn Gallery
17 South Terrace, Darfield
5 & 6 Dec 2015 10am-4pm
Christmas shopping at the Gallery.
All items are hand made, such as advent calendars, Santa sacks, cards, wreaths, jams, pickles, jewellery, patchwork and more all made by a group of local ladies.
For further information please contact; Pam Duncan 03 3179226
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