Braidwood community diary | May 16

COMMUNITY DIARY

Thursday, May 17

  • Braidwood Community Association Inaugural Meeting, 7pm, Braidwood Servicemen's Club. A meeting to discuss the formation of an association for residents to discuss local community issues and needs, and communicate with different levels of government. Free. Contact Sue Murray 0248422381

Friday, May 19

  • 1st Braidwood Scouts 90th birthday party, 10am, Scout Hall, 13 Coghill St, Braidwood. 1st Braidwood Scouts are celebrating their 90th birthday and 100 years of scouting in the area. We are holding a party to celebrate. There will be cake, food, fun and games, historical display and much much more. If you have been involved with Braidwood scouts in the past, we would love for you to come along. All welcome to attend. Free event. You can contact us via our email: braidwoodscouts@gmail.com
  • Tallaganda Shire Reunion, 3pm, Braidwood Servicemens Club, All Tallaganda Shire employees and partners are invited to a reunion at the Braidwood Servicemens Club on May 19, 2018. RSVP May 6. Afternoon tea at 3pm, meal in the evening. Enquiries to Barry Jonas 4842 2582, Brian McDonald 4846 1157, macdon-7@bigpond.com

Thursday, May 31

  • Braidwood Seniors Seniors Coach Trip to Tathra. Leaving from Braidwood Uniting Church, Cnr Duncan & Monkittee Streets, Braidwood. The next Seniors Coach Trip is to the beautiful south coast town of Tathra. We will leave from the Uniting Church at 8:30am and stop for a delicious morning tea at Moruya. This will be a great opportunity to support the Tathra community following their devastating bush fire. There will be a range of venues for lunch including the Tathra Beach Cafe and The Wharf Local. $35 per person (lunch not included). For bookings phone David or Sue on 4847.1203

Regular

  • 1st Braidwood Scout Group Weekly Meeting, 6pm, Scout Hall, Coghill Street 1st Braidwood Scout Group meets on Thursday nights: Cubs – 6.15 to 7.45pm; Scouts – 6 to 8pm. "For more information contact Membership Officer Sharon Blincon on 0438 920 749, braidwoodscouts@gmail.com or www.facebook.com/braidwoodscouts. PO Box 243, Braidwood, NSW, 2622
  • Braidwood Film Club Monthly meetings, National Theatre, Wallace Street Visitors are welcome. Membership fees are $50 per person per year and can be paid to the Treasurer on the night. Program and starting time displayed in the theatre window. Large library of DVDs for members to borrow. Braidwood Film Club, PO Box 402, Braidwood NSW 2622
  • Braidwood Life Centre Playgroup, Araluen Street Braidwood Life Centre, Playgroup, first and third Thursday of every month 12.30-2pm. Call: 0437 989 993
  • Braidwood Men's Shed, Cowper Street A place to gather for men and boys for a chat, a bit of wood-working, and repair work for those who ask. Call: Barry Ribbons, 0412 241 607
  • Braidwood Museum Permanent exhibition, Wallace Street. The keeper of Braidwood and villages' history and stories. A regional museum well worth the visit with rare and unusual items to be found. History books for sale. Family history searches. Call 4842 2310 or email help@braidwoodmuseum.org.au
  • Braidwood Quilters Weekly meetings, Braidwood Scout Hall, Coghill Street. For those who share a love for fabric and design, come and share your creativity or be inspired with quilting, patchwork, applique, free form design. Each Wednesday 10am-4pm. Call Margaret Tuckwell, 0430 388 111
  • International Folk Dancing Weekly Classes, The Club, Coronation Avenue. Mondays, 9.30-11am, at the club. All welcome, no experience needed. Free. Call Nola, 4842 8004

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