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
A Brave New World screening
Leeston Library Community Room
Mon 31 August, 7.30pm
A screening of this BBC Northern Ireland film by Ellesmere Historical Society. The film includes footage of Lakeside and Killinchy about James and Hamilton McIlraith. Comments and poems by descendant Colin Patterson. All welcome
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.
Save Lives, Give Blood
Rolleston Community Centre, Rolleston Drive
Thursday 3 Sept 3-7pm
Your donation can save up to 3 lives. We need up to 3,000 donations each and every week.
Please book, at www.nzblood.co.nz, or by phoning 0800 GIVE BLOOD.
on green beside Hillyers Cafe, Lincoln
Sat 5th Sept 10 am to 1 pm
Come join in the fun at this annual Lincoln event.
Perfect opportunity to get creative as a family to produce a prize winning scarecrow creation. Some fantastic prizes to be won. Bring along your scarecrow between 9.30 - 10 am for registration. Winners announced at midday. New category this year includes YOUR ON SITE CREATION - see how inventive you can be making a SCARECROW against the clock between 10 - 11.30 (with items supplied by the market) Judging begins at 11.30 am.
There will be live music throughout the event to enjoy PLUS all the great selection of genuine locally grown fruit/veg/plants, award winning produce inc. preserves, cheeses, artisan baking... & handcrafted gifts - perfect time to start getting your Xmas shopping in early!! See www.facebook.com/lincolnmarket for details
Hanging Basket Workshop
Sun 6 Sept 1.30-4.30pm
A Springston Enviro Community workshop with a gold coin donation to fund potting mix. Purchase baskets and liners at wholesale prices. To book phone Zanada on 021 023 40473
Sat 12 Sep, 7.30pm
UC School of Music 2015
Selected Ensembles of Chamber Music
Concert and Light Supper $15 pp
Tickets available at www.nutpoint.org
Weedons Spring Stampede
Weedons Domain, Maddisons Road
Sunday 13th September
A family friendly running and walking event. Includes a 12km Run and a 5km Fun Run/Walk. All proceeds go to Weedons School. Come along and support this wonderful school while enjoying some country air and enjoying the community spirit.
More information at www.scenicsports.net/weedon-s-spring-stampede.html
Lincoln, Rolleston, Prebbleton, Burnham, Dunsandel, Selwyn
The Koru Games is a South Island year 7 & 8 sports tournament hosted over three days at quality Selwyn venues.
After a fantastic inaugural year in 2014, the Games is offering nine sports in 2015: basketball, football, lawn bowls, netball, rugby sevens, swimming, table tennis, touch & volleyball.
For further information and to enter go to our website; http://selwynsportstrust.org.nz/sporting-calendar/koru-games/
The Pop-Up concert Series Presents - Blues In the Night
Saturday 19th September 7.30pm
The Pop-Up Concert Series presents Blues In the Night, an up close personal intimate show with Scottish born singer songwriter Isabella (Izzy) Miller Bell Aka Ma Bell. Blues In the Night brings together four of Canterbury's top Jazz blues musician/composers including guitarists Jon Maxim Hooker & Bob Heinz with Tom Rainey joining on upright bass and piano. Ma Bell plays host and takes the vocal spot to deliver an evening of superb classic Blues Jazz and Celtic Soul with a dash of Vaudevillian Satire and Music Hall Theatre to bring a little bodacious frivolity to the evening.
Blue is definitely Ma Bell's shade - an eloquent song Interpreter and story teller who in this concert tells the story of the blues in fifty deadly night shades.
Seating is limited to 90 - Book early
Tickets $30 include a light supper and complimentary galss of wine. Bokkings via email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.eventfinder.co.nz - Phone (03)384 4177/ 021 178 1107 or (03)342 1033.
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.
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