Eaglehawk Neck Hall Gala Fair – February 10th, 10.0 – 2.00pm
Donations of cakes, biscuits, produce, books, plants needed for Hall stall. Donations can be brought to Hall 8th/ 9th Feb between 9-5.0pm or call Denise 0411 670 665. For stall bookings and information contact Sallie on 0458 726 425.
Movies at the Neck: The Eaglehawk Neck Hall Film Society screens films every month. Saturday 3 February at 7.00pm – The Viceroy’s House (PG 106 minutes) – Sumptuous cinematic dramatisation of the final months of British rule in India with Hugh Bonneville (Paddington, Downton Abbey) and Gillian Anderson (The Fall, X-Files) as Lord and Lady Mountbatten.
Thursday 15 February at 7.30pm – Love and Friendship (PG 93 minutes) – Based on Jane Austen’s early novella Lady Susan, is this witty and funny story of scandalous widower Lady Susan and her efforts to find a new husband for herself and her young daughter.
Food available at Saturday viewings at 6.00pm before movie. For more info contact Dave on 6250 3949.
Eaglehawk Neck Hall Gala Fair – February 10th, 10.0 – 2.00pm Lots of stalls, barbecue, face painting, “Snakes Alive” children’s activities, stalls, art exhibition and food options. Donations of cakes, biscuits, produce, books, plants needed for Hall stall. Donations can be brought to Hall 8th/ 9th Feb between 9-5.0pm or call Denise 0411 670 665. For stall bookings and information contact Sallie on 0458 726 425.
Books on Fridays come along to the Eaglehawk Neck Hall, 4.00pm – 6.00pm, to browse the great selection of second-hand books and magazines. Lots of genres- drop in and see for yourself, have a cuppa, and say hallo to Kathy
Learn and Play Bridge at the Neck: Learners and other bridge fans play every Friday 1.00pm – 3.30pm at the Eaglehawk Neck Community Hall. Contact Helen 6250 3172 for more information.
SINGALONG with The Dame and Barbara (at the piano), singing a selection of your favourite songs.
15th NOVEMBER, at the EAGLEHAWK NECK COMMUNITY HALL
$5 admission (includes afternoon tea and lucky door prize). For information – Sallie 0458 726 425
Market and film this coming weekend-
Movies at the Neck: The Eaglehawk Neck Hall Film Society screens films every month. Thursday 9th November 7.30pm –The Lady in the Van (M 104 minutes) – Whimsical and poignant true story by British playwright Alan Bennett about eccentric Miss Shepherd (Dame Maggie Smith) who parks her van in Bennett’s driveway and lives there for the next 15 years. Saturday 11 November at 7.00pm-Hacksaw Ridge (MA15+ 133 minutes) Andrew Garfield stars as Desmond Dross, the first conscientious objector to win the Congressional Medal of Honor for rescuing 75 men from behind enemy lines during the battle for Okinawa. Food available at Saturday viewings at 6.00pm before movie. For more info contact Dave on 6250 3949.
Eaglehawk Neck Hall Market: The Market this month is to be held on Saturday 11th November, 9.30am to 12.30pm. Come along for local art and craft, books, home baked goodies, and bric-a-brac. The Pirate’s Pantry serves teas, espresso coffee and delicious lunches. For stall bookings and information contact Sallie on 0458 726 425.
Special showing on November 18th of Emo the Musical
Good morning members and supporters,
Just an update on upcoming events at the hall:
Community dance/ Rock ‘n Roll night with Barrelhouse rock band on Saturday (Oct 21st). 8pm to 11 pm. $5 per person and bring a plate. Kids free. No BYO. Alcohol served.
Singalong with The Dame- with Barbara at the piano – at 2 pm, Wednesday 15th November. Admission $5 including afternoon tea.
EMO the Musical feature film. Directorial debut by ex Tasman student Neil Triffet on Saturday 18thNovember at 7.30 pm. Doors open at 7 pm. Admission $7. EHN Film Society members $5.
John Gardner (sec)
The market is on again this weekend- Saturday 12th August. The market runs from 9.30 – 12.30pm. The Film Society AGM is at 4.00pm, with meals available at 6.00pm and the film starting at 7.00pm- Gosford Park. All welcome.
The film this Thursday 9th March is Tanna- set in Vanuatu. On Saturday 11th March we are holding the market at eh hall from 9.30 – 12.30- followed by the quirky New Zealand film “Hunt for the Wilderpeople”.
rock-and-roll-jpegCommunity dance, doors open at 7.0pm, music starts at 8.00pm. 18th February