Narooma Kianga Dalmeny Garden Club
The planned trip to Merribee Gardens at Numbaa and Sanctuary Point Garden Centre had to be cancelled, as the Gardens were closed due to the extreme rainfall events at the time. Hopefully this excursion can be rescheduled for later in the year. Guest speaker at our April 14th meeting will be Sonya from the Bodalla Nursery. Bring along your best fruit and/or vegetables to show for plant of the month. In May we will once again support the Cancer Council and the Moruya Hospital at our pink afternoon. Club Narooma will provide scones for afternoon tea at a cost of $5 per serve. Names and money for order of the scones will be taken at our April Meeting. Contacts: Carol - 0409 761644 and Kaye - 4476 8621.
Art Central presents Musical Benefit Concert
Escape the everyday and join Art Central for a musical concert featuring international group Changa Tree, Kalise Woodhouse Jazz Group, Tom Cornell and the Codgers. Music from folk to jazz to Americana/Australiana ... An outline of modern world music from New Orleans to Narooma. 300 people can attend. WHEN: April 30th. WHERE: Kinema Theatre Narooma. TIME: 7pm - 9pm. COST: $15. Tickets available at Art Central or phone 0407434348 or 44743123 to book and pay on night.
Hip hop workshop
Cayce Hill will be providing a free hip hop dance workshop for young people in the school holidays on April 15-16, at the Bend and Sip Studio Narooma at the bottom of the Narooma Kinema car park. Red Cross is pleased to be able to offer this workshop funded through Youth Opportunities to support young people by providing fun activities to improved physical and mental health after Bushfires and Covid. Young people are encouraged to come - bust out some moves with Cayce's fast paced and high energy Hip Hop. Cayce Hill hails from the USA and has taught dance in Los Angeles, Paris and Melbourne. Her style ranges from contemporary and lyrical to break. All levels are welcome. For more information contact Gabrielle on 0438286129.
Moruya to Sydney flights bounce back
Passenger flight frequency from and to Moruya Airport has returned to pre-COVID numbers. The Eurobodalla Shire Council's commercial services manager, Andrew Greenway, said Regional Express flights had been reduced over the past 13 months but were now back to three flights each way from Sydney and Moruya: "It's important for locals to support the service to ensure we keep this heightened frequency going."