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A guide to what’s on in the Riverland and Northern Mallee for community non-profit events.
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Paringa Youth Club Hall Wednesdays @ 9am
Waikerie Every second Saturday @ 9am
River Rock Rockers
Renmark Hotel Monday nights 7.30pm-10pm
Social mixed bowls
Renmark Bowling Club Wednesdays 1pm
Riverland Bridge Club
Loxton Bowling Club Thursdays @ 9am
Riverland Farmers Market
Berri Senior Citizens Hall Saturdays
Mammoth Monash Market
Waikerie Machinery Museum Open Day
2017 Riverland Paddling Marathon
Running of the Sheep
Barmera Sheepdog Trials
Events supplied by Destination Riverland
For more information on events visit www.destinationriverland.org.au
MONDAY, MAY 15 TO TUESDAY, MAY 30
Call of Country Exhibition. Presented by the
History Trust of SA and Veterans SA. Rocky’s Hall
of Fame, 3A Scott Ave, Barmera. Mon: 8.30am to
12noon. Tues and Wed: 9am to 4pm. Thurs and
Fri: 8.30am to 12pm.
SUNDAY, MAY 28
Mammoth Monash Market held on the school oval
from 9am to 2pm. Music, entertainment, shop-
ping, food and a great market atmosphere. Fun
for the whole family, at only $2 entry fee and kids
free. Stall holders can contact the school on
8583 5361 to book a site.
SUNDAY, JUNE 4
Berri Golf Club 18-hole Par 3 Championship. A real
challenge with excellent prizes in men’s and ladies’
divisions (inaugural trophy, best off stick and best
handicap). Shotgun start at 11am, all players hold-
ing a golf handicap are welcome. Entry $15, spon-
sored by the Make a Wish Foundation Riverland
branch, bookings Dallas Zeliff (0431 352 168) or
on nomination sheet at the golf club.
FRIDAY, JUNE 9
The Lions Club of Renmark regular monthly
community barbecue. In the car park in front of
BankSA next to the Renmark Town Fountain, Ral
Ral Avenue. Barbecue includes steak sandwiches,
sausage sizzle, hot dogs, bacon and egg sandwich-
es and the club’s famous donuts. Funds raised at
the barbecue assist with the club’s fundraising for
local community projects and other Lions projects
supported by the club. Please note in the event of
inclement weather, the barbecue will be cancelled.
SATURDAY, JUNE 24
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, crock-
ery/cutlery, books, tools, bric-a-brac, household
items, etc. Sausage sizzle, bacon and egg sand-
wiches, tea and coffee, and cans of drink availa-
ble. Money raised is used for community projects
undertaken/supported by the Lions Club.
TUESDAY, JUNE 27
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, June 27, at Barmera Uniting Church Hall,
Nookamka Terrace. Getting to know you and
planning ahead. Contact Glenys on 8588 2883 or
0403 308 107.
AN Australian Ballet
performance captured live on
stage to be shown as a film
will appear at the Chaffey
Theatre next month.
The Sleeping Beauty will be
shown as part of Country Arts
SA’s Arts On Screen program
offering films of unique stage
events from across the world.
Through the latest technol-
ogy audiences can find them-
selves front row to some of
the biggest productions from
Sydney to London.
The production takes a his-
toric popular fairy tale into the
modern age with new staging,
designs and choreography.
The Australian Ballet’s The
Sleeping Beauty will screen
at the Chaffey Theatre on
Thursday, June 15 at 10am
Fairy tale taken into the modern age
The on-stage performance of
The Australian Ballet’s The
Sleeping Beauty will be shown
as a film at the Chaffey Theatre
next month as part of Country
Arts SA’s On Screen program.
THE Barmera and Paringa ballroom dancing
groups combined to hold a three-day dancing
event last weekend.
Paringa started it off with a dance on Friday
night, with music supplied by Peter Hutchins,
of Gawler. Barmera followed with a ball on
Saturday night, with music supplied by Geoff
Evans, of Mildura, followed by dancing to CDs
Organisers were thrilled with the number
of people attending the three events, with the
majority coming from interstate, Adelaide and
South Australian country areas.
“The success of the weekend was largely
due to the support and help from our local
dance community,” a spokesperson said.
This event will be held again on May 18, 19
and 20, 2018 (inquiries to 8583 7208).
Charlie and Joan Winter, of Tumby Bay, were
thrilled to win a night’s accommodation for two,
donated by the Barmera Country Club, at the
ballroom dancing event held in Barmera and
Paringa last weekend. PHOTO: supplied
RED HATTERS: The Renmark Roses group, the Renmark chapter of The Red Hatters, celebrated its fifth birthday at
the Renmark Hotel earlier this month. PHOTO: Supplied
AT OLIVEWOOD: At the recent official opening of the Women of the River Country national touring
exhibition at Olivewood Homestead Museum, Renmark, were (from left) Paringa branch of Women in
Agriculture and Business (WAB) members Margaret Duggin and Sandra Daniel, Rosemary Gower, of
Cobdogla, Heather Everingham (WAB), Dawn Shaw, of Overland Corner, June Plush, of Winkie, Elaine
Leedham, Jenny Sanders and Claire James (all WAB members). The exhibition includes profiles of a
number of local women, including Rosemary, Dawn and June. PHOTOS: supplied
Jeffrey Hunter (brother of Ruby Hunter), Rob Bowring
(OAM chairman, Mannum Dock Museum), Eric (brother
of Ruby Hunter) and Rosslyn Richards and Dave Cooper
(chairman of the Renmark branch of National Trust)
standing next to the plinth of Ruby Hunter, of Renmark.
Ruby, an Aboriginal singer and songwriter, is one of 19
unique women profiled in the exhibition.
Denise van Oostveen and her husband
Mark standing next to plinth of Denise’s
great grandmother Pauline Milich.
At the TAFE SA Berri
week, Miriam Harris
(second from right)
received the 2016
with her are
Sandra Leach and
At the TAFE SA Berri campus graduation ceremony last week,
Georgia Owen (second from right) and Zak Schutz (right) won
2016 Most Outstanding Student awards in hospitality - Zak in
semester 1 and Georgia in semester 2. Pictured with the duo
are Sylvia and Bob Franchitto.
Kerri Wilksch recently received the 2016 Most
Outstanding Student in commercial cookery award,
presented by Berri campus TAFE SA commercial
cookery lecturer Alistair Ferguson.
LIONS: Helping serve at the Lions Club of
Renmark’s recent monthly barbecue were
members Allan Maddocks and Marie Harvey.
Morning Tea, held
at the Murray
last week, were
of Paringa, Perri
of Renmark, and
Bree Bitomsky, of
Joining in the
Tea, held at
Members from the Barmera Lions Club recently visited the Riverland Riding for the
Disabled Association and donated $500 to the organisation. Pictured are members of
both parties during the donation handover.
RIDING FOR DISABLED:
The Barmera Lions
Club recently donated
$500 to the Riverland
Riding for the Disabled
Association. Pictured at
the cheque handover
are Lions club
members Anne Macro,
John Hughes, Kevin
Dunstone, Josie Spriggs
and Peter Marks with
LAMINGTON DRIVE: The Berri District Youth Club is
ramping up its fundraising efforts – which stretch back
nine years – as members prepare for their relocation to
Glassey Park. The club’s latest fundraiser is a lamington
drive, with members from all over the Riverland selling
the yummy treats. Head coach Jane McFarlane said the
club is offering vanilla, orange, raspberry and coffee-
flavoured lamingtons. Funds raised will go towards the
purchase of new gymnastics equipment. To support
the club, orders can be placed with members or at the
BDYC clubrooms in Wilkinson Street, Berri, from Monday
to Thursday between 4.30pm and 6.30pm, until June
8. Trying out some of the delicious lamingtons are
club members, back (from left): Amelia Fulham, 14,
and Phoebe Rodden, 13. Front: Kaylee Verrall, 10, Levi
McFarlane, 10, and Amity Kassebaum, 9.
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