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Narek Gallery – Depths of Light by Shannon Garson

Saturday 19th January, 2019 - Saturday 23rd February, 2019

New ceramic works by Shannon Garson

Join the artist for opening drinks on Saturday 19th January at 6pm

Gallery open Wednesday to Saturday 10am-1pm and 2pm-5pm

Where:

Shop 5, 3 Wapengo Street, Bermaguio

Phone:

0487 679 422

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Cooking Class: Dessert Masterclass with Nelleke Gorton

Saturday 23rd February, 2019

Learn the techniques and tricks to making great desserts, taught by River Cottage Australia’s Nelleke Gorton.

To be held at Eastwood’s Deli & Cooking School — 5pm to 8pm — cost $140.

Book online at eastwoodsbermagui.com.au

Where:

26 Bunga Street, Bermagui

Phone:

02 6493 5282

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Gayle Stockley Exhibition @ Shop7 ArtSpace

Thursday 14th February, 2019 - Wednesday 27th February, 2019

Oil paintings on plywood, core door, ply relief panels on ply and canvas.

Gallery open 7 days 10.30am to 3pm.

Key Word Sign Basic Workshop

Friday 22nd February, 2019 - Sunday 24th February, 2019

All Ability Services proudly presents this workshop that covers the use of Key Word Sign and natural gesture to assist individuals who have difficulties with receptive and/or expressive communication. The workshop is relevant for anyone living or working with a person with communication difficulties — parents, grandparents, teachers, health professionals, child care workers and volunteers. No signing experience is necessary.

Each participant will receive a package of resources and a workshop certificate from Key Word Sign NSW.

9.00am to 4.00pm Friday 22nd February and Sunday 24th February at Bermagui Library, Bunga Street.

Cost $165.00 per person for both workshops. Morning and afternoon tea provided, BYO lunch.

RSVP by Friday 21st September to Tanya Jarvis — email jarvisj44@gmail.com

Places are limited and may fill before closing date.

Steve Tyson & The Train Rex @ Quarterdeck Narooma

Saturday 23rd February, 2019

A new album and tour – don’t miss Steve Tyson’s weathered voice and superb guitar work. Joined by his band The Train Rex featuring John Barr on bass, Andy Kirkcaldie on drums and Ian Shawsmith on guitars.

Doors open 6.30pm.

Tickets $20pp – buy online or by phone.

Where:

Riverside Drive, Narooma

Phone:

02 4476 2723

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Bermagui Market

Sunday 24th February, 2019

Held on the last Sunday of the month at Dickinson Park, Lamont Street, from 8.30am to 12.30pm.

Specialises in handmade, homemade and local produce.

Live Music @ Bermagui Beach Hotel

Sunday 24th February, 2019

Matthew Barker … 4pm to 7pm

Where:

10 Lamont Street, Bermagui

Phone:

02 6493 4206

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Live Music @ Tilba Valley Winery & Ale House

Sunday 24th February, 2019

Dust & Echoes from 12.30pm … free admission … lunch from 12.00pm to 3.00pm

Tilba Valley Winery & Ale House is situated on the shores of Lake Corunna and the foothills of Gulaga Mountain. Taste the wines … enjoy the food … listen to the music.

Sand pit for the kids!

Open daily 11.00am to 5.00pm, October to April.

Cobargo Folk Festival

Friday 1st March, 2019 - Sunday 3rd March, 2019

Cobargo Folk Festival 2016

The historic village of Cobargo, on the NSW Far South Coast, hosts the Cobargo Folk Festival, now into its third decade.

Produced by the Yuin Folk Club and first held in 1996, this festival of music, dance, song, comedy, poetry, fun and fine food and drink, attracts thousands of visitors to one of the most beautiful regions of Australia, the lush Bega Valley.

Folk music is music that comes out of community. It includes the tunes and songs from cultures all over the world – Aboriginal songs, music and dances, Celtic, English, Scottish, bluegrass, Old Timey, African, Indian, Spanish, South American and more  – a huge range. At our festival you will find concerts, workshops, dances, poetry events, singing and tunes sessions across a range of musical genres that make up our vibrant folk culture.

The festival is held in a beautiful rural setting with ample space and excellent facilities (including onsite camping with all amenities). Being fully self-contained means it is great for young children and the festival is very family friendly.

The Cobargo Showground is a short walk to the Cobargo village where there is a good pub, coffee shops, craft and antique shops and a service station. A huge range of food and craft stalls are also provided as part of the festival.

Follow Cobargo Folk Festival on Facebook for regular updates and news or email info@cobargofolkfestival.com

Open Mic @ The River Rock Cafe

Friday 1st March, 2019 - Friday 29th March, 2019

Open mic from 7.30pm — bring an instrument and your voice or just relax and enjoy the entertainment

Tasty, fresh food from 6.00pm — BYO

Live Music @ Tilba Valley Winery & Ale House

Sunday 3rd March, 2019

Robin Simpson from 12.30pm … free admission … lunch from 12.00pm to 3.00pm

Tilba Valley Winery & Ale House is situated on the shores of Lake Corunna and the foothills of Gulaga Mountain. Taste the wines … enjoy the food … listen to the music.

Sand pit for the kids!

Open daily 11.00am to 5.00pm, October to April.

“Cathedral” Exhibition @ Shop7 ArtSpace

Thursday 7th March, 2019 - Wednesday 27th March, 2019

Celebrating Our Great Southern Forest

An exhibition of artworks in any medium relating to the theme of “Cathedral” which is about promoting awareness of, and celebrating the beauty, health, well-being and environmental values of our Great Southern Forest.

This exhibition is linked with other exhibitions to be held now or later in the year in areas from Nowra to the Victorian border and west to Tumut.

More information at http://www.cathedral-events.net.au

Bermagui Growers Market

Thursday 7th March, 2019 - Thursday 28th March, 2019

The Bermagui Growers Market, held at the Bermagui Fishermen’s Wharf complex each Thursday from 2.30pm, is the place to go to stock up your kitchen as well as the ready to eat goodies prepared just for the occasion.  Think oysters, breads, freshly harvested fruit and vegetables, spices and sauces and sweet treats and more. When the market closes, grab a spot on the foreshore to watch the sun go down. Support local growers and makers!

Open Mic @ The River Rock Cafe

Friday 8th March, 2019

Open mic from 7.30pm — bring an instrument and your voice or just relax and enjoy the entertainment

Tasty, fresh food from 6.00pm — BYO

Sculpture Bermagui 2019

Friday 8th March, 2019 - Sunday 17th March, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sculpture Bermagui, one of the region’s top five flagship events, is held over 10 days each March in unspoilt coastal wilderness of magnificent forests, fields, beaches and headlands.

Beautiful Dickinson Point headland and foreshore host the outdoor works, conversations with artists and public torchlight tours, as well as music and fire spectacles. The indoor works are curated in the nearby Community Centre to enable their appreciation out of the elements.

Enquiries to admin@sculpturebermagui.org.au

Where:

Various locations in Bermagui

Phone:

0466 013 153

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30th Alliance Tag & Release Fishing Tournament

Saturday 9th March, 2019 - Sunday 10th March, 2019

Hosted by Bermagui Big Game Anglers Club, Latrobe Valley Game Fishing Club, Victorian Game Fishing Club and Canberra Game Fishing Club.

Entry is cheap, friendly competition, monster raffle.

This is a NSW Game Fishing Association sanctioned tournament.

More info: Andy Fennessy – mobile 0413 006 787, email afenness@bigpond.net.au

Where:

Bermagui

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0413 006 787

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Bermagui Seaside Fair

Saturday 9th March, 2019

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THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED
HOPE TO BE BACK IN 2020

Held in March each year, the Bermagui Seaside Fair is a multi-award winning community event located between beautiful Bermagui Harbour and scenic Horseshoe Bay. Attracting thousands of people, it is a free fun filled day for everyone.

For early risers there’s the Poet’s Breakfast with bacon and egg rolls. A major attraction is the huge fancy dress street parade at 10.00am followed by music and entertainment on 2 stages throughout the day.

At the Bermagui Surf Club are exhibitions of art, craft and photography . There’s free kid’s entertainment and novelty events, a charity auction, sandcastle competition and over 100 market and food stalls. A spectacular fireworks display ends the day.

There is no entry charge and it is an alcohol-free event. For more information check out the website www.bermaguiseasidefair.com and the Fair’s Facebook page.

Escape … for the fun of it!

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Bermagui

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Coastal : Botanical Exhibition @ Narek Galleries

Saturday 9th March, 2019 - Saturday 27th April, 2019

Cathy Franzi’s new body of work is inspired by the environment and indigenous plants of the area around and near Bermagui, from Mimosa Rocks  to Bournda National Parks.

Please join the artist for opening drinks Saturday 9th March at 5pm.

The exhibition will be open the extra days of Sunday 10th and Monday 11th March, then regular hours until 27th April.

Gallery regular hours: Wednesday to Saturday 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm.

Where:

Shop 5, 3 Wapengo Street, Bermagui

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0487 679 422

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Armands Beach Fun in the Sun Day

Sunday 10th March, 2019

The Armands Beach Leisure Group invites you to its 13th annual Fun in the Sun Day. This is a clothes optional family fun day at Armands Beach (a legal nude beach).

Games — events — prizes — fishing — 10am start.

Bring your own food and drinks, sun protection/shelter.

For more information phone 02 6493 4108 or email plantago@armands.org.au

 

Where:

Kullaroo Road, Barragga Bay

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02 6493 4108

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St Patricks Day Sunday Sesh @ Camel Rock Brewery & Cafe

Sunday 10th March, 2019

From 1.00pm to 4.00pm

Great atmosphere — delicious meals — craft beers — wine — spirits — coffee

Kitchen open all afternoon on Sunday events

Ukulele Concert

Sunday 10th March, 2019

A full afternoon of fun music with over 50 ukulele players from the local area, Bega, ACT, Sydney and special guests.

Come join in the fun and sing along to many well known traditional and modern numbers, including blues.

1.00pm start
$5 admission
Afternoon tea provided

 

All proceeds to local Bega Valley Can Assist (Cancer Assistance Network).

Where:

Bermagui Country Club, Tuross Street

Phone:

0459 027 308 Lori

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Bermagui Growers Market

Thursday 14th March, 2019

The Bermagui Growers Market, held at the Bermagui Fishermen’s Wharf complex each Thursday from 2.30pm, is the place to go to stock up your kitchen as well as the ready to eat goodies prepared just for the occasion.  Think oysters, breads, freshly harvested fruit and vegetables, spices and sauces and sweet treats and more. When the market closes, grab a spot on the foreshore to watch the sun go down. Support local growers and makers!

Bermagui Library Book Chat

Friday 15th March, 2019

Do you love your books? Want to chat about what you are reading and hear from others their current reads?

Bermagui Library hosts a Book Chat group to get together over a cuppa and talk about their favourite reads.

Completely free just bring yourself and your book!

Friday 15th March and Friday 5th April, 10am to 12 noon.

Cooking Class: Sweet & Savoury Pastry with Nelleke Gorton

Friday 15th March, 2019

Learn the techniques and tricks to making great pastry with Nelleke Gorton, TV chef from River Cottage Australia.

To be held at Eastwood’s Deli & Cooking School — 5pm to 8pm — cost $140.

Book online at eastwoodsbermagui.com.au

Where:

26 Bunga Street, Bermagui

Phone:

02 6493 5282

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Open Mic @ The River Rock Cafe

Friday 15th March, 2019

Open mic from 7.30pm — bring an instrument and your voice or just relax and enjoy the entertainment

Tasty, fresh food from 6.00pm — BYO

Cooking Class: Dessert Masterclass with Nelleke Gorton

Saturday 16th March, 2019

Learn the techniques and tricks to making great desserts, taught by River Cottage Australia’s Nelleke Gorton.

To be held at Eastwood’s Deli & Cooking School — 5pm to 8pm — cost $140.

Book online at eastwoodsbermagui.com.au

Where:

26 Bunga Street, Bermagui

Phone:

02 6493 5282

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Bermagui Growers Market

Thursday 21st March, 2019

The Bermagui Growers Market, held at the Bermagui Fishermen’s Wharf complex each Thursday from 2.30pm, is the place to go to stock up your kitchen as well as the ready to eat goodies prepared just for the occasion.  Think oysters, breads, freshly harvested fruit and vegetables, spices and sauces and sweet treats and more. When the market closes, grab a spot on the foreshore to watch the sun go down. Support local growers and makers!

Everything Tech @ Bermagui Library

Thursday 21st March, 2019

From the complete beginner to the industry programming guru — everyone of all ages is welcome.

Once a month this is an opportunity to share your projects, get help from experts, learn some new skills and network. Everything digital is welcomed — software and app development, digital media projects, robotics, web development, etc

Bring your device and snacks (no alcohol).

5pm to 8pm on the third Thursday of each month during school terms: 21st February, 21st March, 16th May, 20th June, 15th August, 19th September, 17th October and 21st November 2019.

Register online at begavalleyshirelibrary.eventbrite.com.au or call Bermagui Library on  6499 2411.

Open Mic @ The River Rock Cafe

Friday 22nd March, 2019

Open mic from 7.30pm — bring an instrument and your voice or just relax and enjoy the entertainment

Tasty, fresh food from 6.00pm — BYO

Bermagui Growers Market

Thursday 28th March, 2019

The Bermagui Growers Market, held at the Bermagui Fishermen’s Wharf complex each Thursday from 2.30pm, is the place to go to stock up your kitchen as well as the ready to eat goodies prepared just for the occasion.  Think oysters, breads, freshly harvested fruit and vegetables, spices and sauces and sweet treats and more. When the market closes, grab a spot on the foreshore to watch the sun go down. Support local growers and makers!

Open Mic @ The River Rock Cafe

Friday 29th March, 2019

Open mic from 7.30pm — bring an instrument and your voice or just relax and enjoy the entertainment

Tasty, fresh food from 6.00pm — BYO

Bermagui Market

Sunday 31st March, 2019

Held on the last Sunday of the month at Dickinson Park, Lamont Street, from 8.30am to 12.30pm.

Specialises in handmade, homemade and local produce.

Bermagui Growers Market

Thursday 4th April, 2019 - Thursday 25th April, 2019

The Bermagui Growers Market, held at the Bermagui Fishermen’s Wharf complex each Thursday from 2.30pm, is the place to go to stock up your kitchen as well as the ready to eat goodies prepared just for the occasion.  Think oysters, breads, freshly harvested fruit and vegetables, spices and sauces and sweet treats and more. When the market closes, grab a spot on the foreshore to watch the sun go down. Support local growers and makers!

Bermagui Library Book Chat

Friday 5th April, 2019

Do you love your books? Want to chat about what you are reading and hear from others their current reads?

Bermagui Library hosts a Book Chat group to get together over a cuppa and talk about their favourite reads.

Completely free just bring yourself and your book!

10am to 12 noon.

SOAPI Theatre presents Body Politic

Friday 5th April, 2019 - Saturday 13th April, 2019

In a quirky, sometimes comedic, often emotional and tearful way, Body Politic lampoons the party political system and proposes a “tongue in cheek” change in how to vote. A crazy change that disadvantages all political parties, but brings dire consequences to the proponents in Cobargo.

The story starts with Lena, who escaped the Taliban genocide by climbing the Hindu Kush at 16. A refugee, Lena now runs her own coffee shop in Cobargo. Many of her friends and customers are exhibiting signs of Politic Related Stress Disorder (PRSD). They are suffering nightmares about human rights, refugees, the environment and poor governance.

When three friends come up with a truly crazy way to solve their PRSD, Lena takes the lead. Cobargo, Australia (and the world) will never be quite the same again!

Preview: 7.30pm Thursday 4th April — adults $20, teens $10

Season: 7.30pm Friday 5th, Saturday 6th, Friday 12th, Saturday 13th April — adults $25, teens $10

To be held at the famous Cobargo, this event is cabaret style. BYO refreshments.

Bookings online at https://www.trybooking.com/ZVQK

Note: Confronting scenes, strong language, smoke. Parental guidance is recommended for teenagers under 16, not suitable for children.

Coastal : Botanical Exhibition @ Narek Galleries

Saturday 9th March, 2019 - Saturday 27th April, 2019

Cathy Franzi’s new body of work is inspired by the environment and indigenous plants of the area around and near Bermagui, from Mimosa Rocks  to Bournda National Parks.

Please join the artist for opening drinks Saturday 9th March at 5pm.

The exhibition will be open the extra days of Sunday 10th and Monday 11th March, then regular hours until 27th April.

Gallery regular hours: Wednesday to Saturday 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm.

Where:

Shop 5, 3 Wapengo Street, Bermagui

Phone:

0487 679 422

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Bermagui Growers Market

Thursday 11th April, 2019

The Bermagui Growers Market, held at the Bermagui Fishermen’s Wharf complex each Thursday from 2.30pm, is the place to go to stock up your kitchen as well as the ready to eat goodies prepared just for the occasion.  Think oysters, breads, freshly harvested fruit and vegetables, spices and sauces and sweet treats and more. When the market closes, grab a spot on the foreshore to watch the sun go down. Support local growers and makers!

Bermagui Growers Market

Thursday 18th April, 2019

The Bermagui Growers Market, held at the Bermagui Fishermen’s Wharf complex each Thursday from 2.30pm, is the place to go to stock up your kitchen as well as the ready to eat goodies prepared just for the occasion.  Think oysters, breads, freshly harvested fruit and vegetables, spices and sauces and sweet treats and more. When the market closes, grab a spot on the foreshore to watch the sun go down. Support local growers and makers!

Four Winds 2019 Easter Festival

Thursday 18th April, 2019 - Sunday 21st April, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 20th Four Winds Easter Festival of classic and world music – enjoy world class performances, intimate musical experiences, musical theatre, house concerts, community concerts and workshops, locally produced food/wine and more!

The program centres on 2 full days of music in the Four Winds outdoor sound shell over the Easter weekend. These performances will be complemented by a series of concerts in the Windsong Pavilion, which has one of the finest acoustics in Australia. The Festival will start with a free concert for the community on Friday 19th April, following a day of free pop-up performances in and around Bermagui. For aspiring young creatives, there is a youth program over the 2 days of the Easter weekend at the Four Winds site, including a creative kid’s tent.

Tickets $0 to $250. More information and bookings at www.fourwinds.com.au/easter-festival

Tilba Easter Festival

Saturday 20th April, 2019

A unique festival with entertainment and activities to suit all tastes, live music on several different stages, roaming street performers, producers hall showcasing local produce, market stalls and delicious food.

There’s stilt walkers, buskers, street theatre, jumping castles, airbrush tattoos, face painting and a continuous reptile awareness show. Try your hand at the new cheese rolling competition, the treacherous egg throwing championship, the bushies boot throwing contest or one of the many other games and activities.

This all happens in the magical setting of Central Tilba’s main street and its 100 year old, colourful weather board buildings. Easter Saturday is the one day each year when Bate Street is closed to traffic and open to a huge array of culture and festivities.  A modest entry donation for adults and free entry for kids 2-16 years covers all the entertainment, all day long!

The festival is proud to be a volunteer non-profit community project, completely free of corporate sponsorship and dedicated to a day of fun for everyone who attends.

Bermagui Growers Market

Thursday 25th April, 2019

The Bermagui Growers Market, held at the Bermagui Fishermen’s Wharf complex each Thursday from 2.30pm, is the place to go to stock up your kitchen as well as the ready to eat goodies prepared just for the occasion.  Think oysters, breads, freshly harvested fruit and vegetables, spices and sauces and sweet treats and more. When the market closes, grab a spot on the foreshore to watch the sun go down. Support local growers and makers!

Bermagui Market

Sunday 28th April, 2019

Held on the last Sunday of the month at Dickinson Park, Lamont Street, from 8.30am to 12.30pm.

Specialises in handmade, homemade and local produce.

Everything Tech @ Bermagui Library

Thursday 16th May, 2019

From the complete beginner to the industry programming guru — everyone of all ages is welcome.

Once a month this is an opportunity to share your projects, get help from experts, learn some new skills and network. Everything digital is welcomed — software and app development, digital media projects, robotics, web development, etc

Bring your device and snacks (no alcohol).

5pm to 8pm on the third Thursday of each month during school terms: 16th May, 20th June, 15th August, 19th September, 17th October and 21st November 2019.

Register online at begavalleyshirelibrary.eventbrite.com.au or call Bermagui Library on  6499 2411.

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ReBoot in Bermagui

Saturday 5th October, 2019 - Sunday 6th October, 2019

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A weekend to run, refresh, relax and renew in beautiful Bermagui in spring.

For locals and visitors, ReBoot in Bermagui is run by the Bermagui Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism. It is two days of active participation in a variety of activities in Bermagui’s beautiful coastal environment.

ReActivate Program
Saturday 5th October

Camel to Club Fun Run — 7km
Tilba Road to Town Fun Run — 5.4km
Bridge to Beach Fun Run — 1km, for primary school kids only
Register online at rebootinbermagui.com.au
Sunday 6th October
Bermagui Breakfast — Bermagui Surf Club, from 8.00am
Point to Point Swim Race — Horseshoe Bay, 9.00am
Swim Run Swim — Horseshoe Bay, 9.30am
Register online at rebootinbermagui.com.au

ReEnergise Program
Something for everyone
Saturday 5th  & Sunday 6th October
Program includes Tug-o-War Challenge, boot camp, yoga, Tai Chi, pilates, boxing, tug-o-war, boxing, guided scenic walk, stand up paddle boarding (SUP), guided bike rides, guided kayak paddle, barefoot bowls, mixed golf competition, golf croquet, tennis clinic, badminton, croquet … and more. For the kids, as well as the fun run, there’s Oops! The Clown, hula hoop fun competition, skate and scoot competition, girls “Come and Try” cricket.

For further information on times, venues and to book your place, visit rebootinbermagui.com.au

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Where:

Bermagui

Phone:

02 6493 3054

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