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Bellingen Vacation Care

 

 

Bliss & Bodhi Feather Workshop

 

Dorrigo Cricket Club

 

The Necessity of True Inner Development

Bellingen Eel Competition

2017 BELLINGEN EEL Competition
Monday 2nd till Sunday 8th October
All ages welcome.

Cash prize each day for liveliest eel Trophy for the biggest eel each day.
This is a catch and release competition.
Instructions on how to care for the eels when caught will be given on day 1. Fishers will be supplied with special hooks (circles)
Weigh in 5pm sharp each day at George Edmund Park on the northern end of the Bellingen Bridge
Registration is $2 for u16 and $5 for seniors, this covers the barbecue dinner and award presentation
Enquiries please call organiser Wal Tyson on 6655 1072

Kids Fishing Workshops

 

Urunga Nippers

 

Wisdom Parenting course

 

Lou Harvey-Zahra talk

 

Music Workshop with Judith Clingan

 

Violence Prevention Workshop

Bellingen Neighbourhood Centre are hosting a violence prevention workshop called “the bystander approach” for local service providers and community groups. This workshop is free and is presented by Celeste Abelle from Warrina Domestic and Family Violence Specialist Service. You are invited to be a part of this workshop on Wednesday, 25th of October from 9.30 – 12.30 at the Bellingen senior citizen centre. Please let them know by Friday, 6th of October if you would like to attend.

May Smith
community@bnc.org.au
Ph: 6655 1239

 

Dorrigo Show Art Competition

 

Holiday house in Urunga

 

StEPS Vision screening

 

 

 

Bellingen Youth Art Prize

The YAP exhibition dates are 9-15 December

Enrty forms – Friday 1 December

Works due-Thursday 7 December

Opening – Saturday 9 December

Close – Friday 15 December

 

Nanny Extraordinaire

 

World Education Program Australia

Not-for-profit organisation, World Education Program Australia, is looking for volunteer host families from around NSW for overseas high school students arriving in Australia in 2018.
 
Hosting promotes an exchange of cultures, languages and traditions, enriching family life and allowing a young person to discover the many wonders of being an Australian teenager. Students, who are aged 15-18, are wonderful role models for future generations and families with young children find the effect of having an overseas teenager in their home, an extremely positive one.
 
“Our daughter has a big sister now, someone to talk to other than mum or dad. Hosting is the most rewarding and fun experience for your family. It’s amazing!” Three-time host mum, Nicole.
 
To find out more, you can request a free information pack on the website, wep.org.au.