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Wish Me Luck: Honouring our World War
II Veterans Renmark 14/03-15/05/2017
Ruben Cryer Fundraiser Car Boot Sale
and Market Waikerie 14/04/2017
Berri Lions Easter Carnival
Loxton’s Free Easter Picnic
Cadell Harvest Festival and Giant
Pumpkin Competition Cadell 15/04/2017
Easter Twilight Markets & Open Air
Cinema Barmera 16/04/2017
Easter Sunday at the Village
Morgan Riverfront Moonlight Cinema
Market Day @ Angove Family Winemakers
Audrey Hefford Ladies Bowls
Events supplied by Destination Riverland
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SATURDAY, APRIL 15
Easter garage sale at the Moorook Community Hall, Kingston-Loxton
Road from 8am to 1pm. Includes household goods, furniture, bric-a-brac,
collectables and much more. Sites available for $10. For more information
phone Lorraine (0411 451 896).
THURSDAY, APRIL 20
Australian Breastfeeding Association Riverland Group next meeting.
Thursday April 20, 10am until 12 noon at the Loxton Club. Coffee, mum-to-
mum chat and plenty of space for the kids to play. All welcome, for more
information phone Jill (0428 362 707) or Sonya
(0408 802 419).
SATURDAY, APRIL 22
Berri District Youth Club gymnastics holiday program. Ages five to 17,
session times 9am, 10am and 11am. Cost $10 each, pay on the day. A one-
hour session with qualified coaches (vault, air-track, mini-tramp, bars, beam,
rings and games). No experience necessary, a lot of fun. For bookings
phone Jane (0407 128 626).
SATURDAY, APRIL 22
Renmark Lions Club monthly garage sale. From 8am to 12 noon at W.E
Wood Pavillion at Renmark’s number two oval. Furniture, beds, tables/
chairs, electrical goods, whitegoods, crockery/cutlery, books, tools, bric-a -
brac, household items, etc. Sausage sizzle, bacon and egg sandwiches, tea
and coffee, and cans of drink available. Money raised is used for community
projects undertaken/supported by the Lions Club.
SUNDAY, APRIL 30
Mum’s and Daughter’s High Tea, an event for young females aged 12
to 25 and their mums. Join headspace Berri (3 Riverview drive) for a free
afternoon (2pm to 5pm) of relaxation, fun and health, with high tea, body
scrub making workshop, a guided mindfulness session and health talk from
Loxton Health Centre general practitioner Dr Amy Thomas. Registrations
are essential and places are limited. Call headspace (8582 4422) or visit the
headspace Berri Facebook page for more information.
TUESDAY, MAY 2
The Riverland Parkinson’s group – education and support for people
living with Parkinson’s and their family members – meets on the fourth
Tuesday of each month. Next meeting 10am to 12 noon, Tuesday, May 2
(date changed due to Anzac Day public holiday), at Barmera Uniting Church
Hall, Nookamka Terrace. Getting to know you and planning ahead. Contact
Glenys on 8588 2883 or 0403 308 107.
Bunyip on loan
over the past
at the library
to know Bazza
about how to
care for the
the river. Bazza
will be at
A SOUTH Australian artist will
collaborate with Riverlanders to
produce a painted mural through
a statewide project starting next
The street art project, HOPE
STREET, is aimed at creating an
outdoor gallery accessible to all,
representing the community in all
its diversity, celebrating creativity
and increasing connectivity.
Stage one of the project will
involve three artists each under-
taking a 10-day residency in three
councils throughout SA.
The artists Jack Fran (Renmark
Paringa), Sarah Bose (Mid Murray)
and Joshua Smith (Murray Bridge)
will collaborate with the local com-
munities to produce a contempo-
rary painted mural responding to
the theme of hope.
The residency will start on
Monday, May 1, with a workshop
for the community to discover
more about street art, learn tech-
niques and gain new skills through
the hands-on experience.
Consultation through the work-
shops will also inform the design
of the mural each resident artist
will create at a specific site in each
Each council will host an official
launch event to unveil the work
and celebrate its community.
The project was developed
as a new way of exploring com-
munity health with Murraylands
and Riverland Local Government
Association Public Health Planning
HOPE STREET is also aimed
at drawing positive attention to
community well-being work of local
government and include Regional
Public Health Plan focus areas
such as mental health and well-be-
ing, suicide prevention, support
for ageing communities, building
stronger and healthier communi-
ties for all generations.
Street art project brings ‘hope’
for a skate
at the new
HARMONY DAY: Member for Chaffey Tim
Whetstone, Navtez Singh and Sukhvinder Singh at
the Harmony Day celebrations down on the Lake
Bonney foreshore last month.
Our Lady of the River
School student Mia
with the Easter Bunny
at the Chocolate
Carnivale held earlier
Sandra Sando, of Monash, and Erica Kalman, of Berri, enjoying
the Chocolate Carnivale recently. PHOTO: Christian Longobardi
EASTER TIME: Our Lady of the River School students Maddison, Amahli,
Bella and Raahil with their Easter play costumes for the school’s Holy
Agam and Sirat
cooling off with
ice cream at
Carnivale held at
Our Lady of the
River School in
Berri earlier this
THE local headspace centre will host
an exclusive free event for mothers and
daughters later this month.
The Mum’s and Daughter’s High Tea
will be held on Sunday, April 30, from
2pm to 5pm, at headspace Berri (3
The event will include an afternoon
of relaxation, fun and health, with high
tea, body scrub making workshop, a
guided mindfulness session and health
talk by Loxton Health Centre general
practitioner Dr Amy Thomas.
Registrations are essential as places
To book a spot contact headspace
(8582 4422) or for more information
visit the headspace Berri Facebook
Headspace hosts high tea
MIGHTY MATT: Matt Thur was named the 2016 5RM, Berri Hotel, Riverland Mazda, Riverland Sportsperson
of the Year recently. He is pictured at the back with (from left): Colin Price, Bill Thur, Lauren Hill, Amanda
Williamson, Reece Glazbrook, Tracey Gordon (holding Kaylee Gordon), Jason Gordon, Sue Thur, Maree Fenton,
Wayne Fenton, Erin Thur, Ryan Stoeckel, Shane Palat, Emma Thomson and Todd Williamson.
PHOTO: Paul Mitchell
OFF TO MARKET: Peter and Ann Brooke, both of Barmera,
at the Riverland Farmers’ Markets in Berri recently.
PHOTOS: Christian Longobardi
Pam Rivers and Sue Crossing, both of Berri, and Marilyn
Swanbury, of Loxton, enjoying breakfast and a cuppa at
the Riverland Farmers’ Markets in Berri recently.
Tony and Craig
of Loxton at
John and Kaylene
Letton, both of
Pike River, at the
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