Montague Art & Craft Society
MACS members line up to display their work at the invitation of the Narooma Library, and every two months the change-over of new art delights the public.
The new exhibition there and at the Whale Real Estate was chosen by artist Viv Bowe-Wood to showcase both art and craft.
The next Library Floor Talk is by artist and photographer Peter Robinson at 5pm, Wednesday, July 17 and Peter's work will be up from July 8-27.
There is also plenty on at the MACS Studios at 24 Glasshouse Rocks Road but the next plein air group meets at 10am, Tuesday at Lewis Island.
Bring your easels along and join in!
A workshop coming up on August 7 for 12 weeks is Books and Words run by Jennifer Hawkins, so book early at the Narooma Visitor Information Centre.
Non-members can attend for two free visits to our activity groups at the MACS Studios and for information, ring 4476 2881.
Uniting Church Drop-in Centre
Looking to tweak your winter wardrobe? Love a bargain? Then make a beeline for the Narooma Drop-in Centre in the Mid Town Arcade.
From Satruday, July 13, the shop will hold another buy-one-get-one-free sales on all women's, men's, children's and babies' clothing.
With a great range of quality clothing at such affordable prices, this is one you won't want to miss.
Trading hours are 10am-2pm, Monday to Friday, and 9.30am-12.30pm on Saturday.
Cancer Council fundraiser success
On Friday, June 28, a total of $4328 was raised for Cancer Council NSW, at a movie fundraiser, followed by a lip-sink, dance and celebrations at the Lynch's Hotel.
Cancer Council representatives Jarrod Flynn and Caitlyn Zalewski made an address on the evening.
Thanks to Narooma Skins who donated $500.
Thanks also to the Whale Motor Inn, Rachel at Vibrant Flowers, Half Moon Yoga, the Narooma Golf Club, Ezy Print, Bound to Earth, the Narooma Kinema, Narooma Whale Watching Tours, Narooma Fitness, the Mood family and the fearless jet ski drivers for donating prizes.
Trevor Bennett put on the light show and thanks to Katherine Smithers and Alice Mood for ticket sales.
The Cancer Council gave feedback saying how amazed by the generosity of our small community. 140 people attended.
"The gift of giving is a healing thing, a big thank you to everyone from myself and my family," Glen Mood said.
"For anyone struggling with cancer, if you need support the Cancer Council is there to help, from my own experiences they were fantastic."