Eaglehawk Hawk Neck Hall News- November / December 2023

  1. The Giants– the Eaglehawk Neck Film Society is screening The Giants, a film about Bob Brown and his work for the forests on Saturday 25th November, 6.00pm dinner, 7.00pm film screening. Our December film will be screening on December 16th- we are hoping to showPlanes, Trains and Automobiles. There will be no film in January. Barbie will be screened in February. The Film Society normally screens on the fourth Saturday of the month (except in Dec and Jan)
  1. Eaglehawk Neck Christmas Market-Saturday, 9th December 9.30 – 12.30. Santa will visit late morning at 11.15am. Contact Sallie for more info: 0458 726 425

The Pirates Market will be held on Sunday, January 14th.

  1. ThePirates Ballwill be held at the Lufra on Saturday 13th January! Shake out those piratical costumes…
  1. Bush Dance– a lively bush dance was held early November. We are planning another bush dance next year. Thanks to all those who assisted to make the night a success. It was a night for young and old.
  2. 39thAnnual Tasman Art and Craft Exhibition 2024 Opening night 26th January 6pm-8pm
  3. Exhibition open 27th January 10am-5pm & 28th January 10am-2pm

    This exhibition is organised by volunteers and all funds raised through entry fees of $25 and 15% commission on sales support the 

    Lions of Tasman Community Swimming Pool Association

     If you are interested in exhibiting, contact either Rhonda or Kaye for an entry form. Art and Photography Coordinator:    Rhonda Lisson mobile: 0428 871 600 or email: [email protected] Craft Coordinator:  Kaye Saunders  M: 0407 059 193 or email: [email protected]

    1.  Tasman Voice for Health Update– is attached to this email.
    1. Tasman Feast 27th January 4.0 – 10.00pm 

    Call for Volunteers

    Please find attached information on the Tasman Feast and a call for volunteers to help out at the event. Contact Julie King if you can help E. [email protected] M. 0401 119 295

    The Rotary and Lions Clubs of the Tasman Peninsula collaborate every year, with the support of the Tasman Council, to organise a low-cost community event. A celebration of our unique community!

    The Tasman Peninsula Feast is a thrilling occasion that unites our community in celebration of our local food and culture. However, the organisation of such a grand event requires a considerable amount of manpower. Your assistance in any of the following tasks would be greatly appreciated:

    1. Gates: Saturday, January 27th

        3:30 pm – 6:30 pm or 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

    1. Parking: Saturday, January 27th

        3:30 pm – 6:00 pm or 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm

    1. Feast Bar 1, January 27th

        3:00 pm – 6:30 pm or 6:30 pm – close

    1. Feast Bar 2, January 27th

        3:00 pm – 6:30 pm or 6:30 pm – close

    1. Ground Crew Set Up

        Wednesday, January 24th, and Thursday, January 25th

        10:00 am – 4:00 pm or any amount of time you can offer.

        Saturday, January 27th

        10:00 am – 4:00 pm or any amount of time you can offer.

    1. Ground Crew Pack Down, Sunday, January 28th and Monday, January 29th

         11:00 am – 4:00 pm or any amount of time you can offer.

    Your contribution as a volunteer would not only help us achieve a smooth and successful event but also support our local community and promote its unique culture. We value your time and commitment, and we will make sure to provide a comfortable and enjoyable experience for all our volunteers.

     All of our volunteers will receive free entry to the event, a meal voucher from the food vans and a drink voucher (including, water, soft drink or alcoholic beverage)

     If you are available and interested in volunteering for any of the above-mentioned tasks, please contact me on the details below.

     Feel free to let us know your preferred roles, time slots, and any specific skills or preferences you have.

     We all thank you in advance.

     Kind regards

    Julie King

    Event Coordinator

    Tasman Peninsula Feast

    1. [email protected]
    2. 0401 119 295

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