he Blue Lake City Custom Classic Bike And Car Show Is Promoted By Longriders Cmc Mt Gambier And Is Being Held On The 27th October 2018 At The Active8 Sports Centre. Custom, Classic Bikes And Vehicles Welcome. Entrants 10am - 12pm. Show N Shine, Trade Stalls, Car And Bike Club Displays, Food Vans. Show Open To Public From Noon Till 5pm. $10 Per Person, Kids Under 16 Free With Proceeds To Suicide Awareness. Fully Licensed [...]
This historical moment saw Mount Gambier come to a standstill on Wednesday 27 November 1918. More than 2000 people assembled at the lakes area to take part in the greatest one-day community effort in the city’s history. Rook Walk was built as part of a beautification of the lakes scheme and organised by hotelier Arthur Rook and the progress association. The volunteers included tradesmen, labourers, bankers, shop assistants and 300 ladies who provided three meals [...]
Whether it’s the thrills of the side shows, the promise of show bags, or the enticement of the usual hot cinnamon doughnuts, the Mount Gambier show has something for all ages. Held on the third weekend of October the show is the largest of its kind outside of the Royal Adelaide Show and sees around 10,000 people through its gates over the three day event from all walks of life and parts of South Australia [...]
Flinders University and the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) are pleased to bring you The Global Community Engaged Medical Education Muster Conference (The Muster) in Mount Gambier this October. The Muster 2018 - International Medical Education and Research Event The Muster is the sixth in a series of biannual conferences that bring together an international audience to explore and discuss community engaged medical education and research, Aboriginal health, longitudinal learning and social [...]
FREE Event for Males and Female of all ages - An invitation to all the community to join in and learn tips in regard to Mindfulness / Lifestyle / Nutrition. Gain useful tools to manage stress, anxiety and depression. Join the community in breaking down the stigma of local mental health. 1 in 5 will experience this manageable illness at some stage of their life. Just by attending you will learn some self help tips [...]
Display of local school children personally made kites and Flying High kites Face painting Jumping castle Sausage sizzle Supported by Building Better Communities, The Junction and Mental Health Coalition SA/SA Heath. For more information about this event or Mental Health Week contact The Junction on 0477 886 450.
Back again, by popular request - an Art and Craft De-stash. This is what happens when serious Art and Craft practitioners run out of studio space after hoarding for simply decades. Threads, fabrics, knitting wools, paper art and stamping supplies, beads and jewellery hardware, tools & equipment, basketry, canvases, picture frames for art and embroideries, paints, dyes, etc. Also giftware and finished works of art and craft. Never know what you might find!
The South Eastern Cake Designers are holding a Special Demonstration Day on Saturday 15 September 2018. Registrations start at 9:00am Saturday with a 9:15am start. Lunch and refreshments are provided. Guest Demonstrators Brenda Damen - Chocolate Work for Cake Decorations Leslie Richardson- Royal Icing Pipe Work Marlene Spratt - Frozen "Elsa" Figurine For information about registrations, please contact: June Jones Ph: (08) 8725 7094 M: 0438 234 978 E: [email protected] Christine Heness Ph: (08) 8723 [...]
Walk to fight kidney disease. Come along for a scenic walk around the Railway Lands, where you can complete 1,2 or 3 laps. The walk is gentle and suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels and is wheelchair, pram and pooch friendly. We would love to see everybody in red to show solidarity for people living with kidney disease and their families. There is a prize for the best dressed person and pooch. [...]
To celebrate Science Week Naracoorte Caves are offering a very special package deal for the whole family. Join our guides on a journey back in time to learn about the Australian Mega fauna that once roamed the area 45,000 years ago. Our resident palaeontologist Dr Liz Reed will meet you in a cave to talk about scientific studies that have occurred and the importance of this work. This event will also coincide with a visit [...]