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WINTER WARMER TEA DANCE
WINTER WARMER TEA DANCE

Arthritis Week is on 17 – 23 June
and a ‘Winter Warmer Tea Dance’
is planned for 3 July 2019
that will focus on Arthritis and Pain Management to improve well-being and resilience.

S.A. C.W.A. Mount Barker Branch will once again provide the catering to keep attendees well refreshed for the afternoon.

For more information about the
‘Winter Warmer Tea Dance’ please contact

Julie Wilhelm, Hills Positive Ageing Project, on 0438 414 363.

South Australian History Festival 2019
South Australian History Festival 2019
In Nairne - Whispering Walls: If the Walls Had Ears

Visit historic Main Street of Nairne during the 2019 History Festival, (Saturday May 18, Saturday 25 & Sunday 26)

Audience members weave in and out of historic buildings to discover the tales of Nairne. Theatre performance incorporating live performance and multimedia (presented by Ink Pot Arts)

Visit local shops, cafes and restaurants and the Main Street will be open for refreshments and browsing, or have a picnic in many beautiful parks in the town

Check us out online: www.historyfestival.sa.gov.au



Clip Combat
Clip  Combat
Find a Band. Create a Clip. Upload and Win.

With entries opening Monday 6 May 2019, South Australian filmmakers aged between 13-25 are encouraged to turn their lights, camera and action on SA musicians by submitting a music video for an original song.

Winners receive over $5000 in cash and other prizes, and will have their music clip screened online and on the big screen locally and nationally.

Join Music SA for a FREE Music Video Making Workshop and then get your game on for the battle to beat all battles.

Clip Combat is the only music video competition in SA. Entries open on 6 May through www.musicsa.com.au/clipcombat and will close on Friday 21 June.
History Festival in Hahndorf
Discover Hahndorf in a new way! Join a Walking Tour during the SA History Festival

What the Fachwerk? – see examples of Fachwerk construction.
Saturday 25th May at 10.30am and 2pm

Hahndorf after Dark – a whole different perspective to the village.
Friday 24th May at 8.30pm

All tours are approximately 90 minutes long and refreshment is provided.

For bookings and more information go to hahndorfwalkingtours.com.au

Learn more about the history of your local area.

HISTORY FESTIVAL IN NAIRNE
EXPERIENCE THE HISTORY IN OUR MAIN STREET

Nairne Museum Open
Guided Walking Tours from Museum
every weekend from April 27th to May 26th 2019
10.30am to 3.30pm

Bookings for walking tours essential via 0414 810 068 or nairnehistory@gmx.com

Top of the Torrens Theatre Group
Top of the Torrens Theatre Group
Invites you to join their farcical lot for the best of rib-tickling British Naval comedy with their latest production 'Bunkered'.
Written by Lynn Brittney, Directed by Maureen Johnson.

Mt Pleasant Soldiers Memorial Hall, 61 Melrose St, Mt Pleasant

Evening sessions on Sat 25 May, Fri 31 May and Sat 1 June commence at 7.30pm
Matinees on Sun 26 May and Sun 2 June commence at 2pm.

Cabaret seating.Bring your own drinks and nibbles.

Adults $25, Concessions $20, Students $10

For more information phone 8389 6950.
Tickets from trybooking.com
Deila's Biggest Morning Tea
Deila’s Biggest Morning Tea is coming to Mount Barker
A $5 entry fee
Prizes to be won

and all to raise funds for Cancer Council research
Come along and enjoy the fun
At Mount Barker Bowling Club in Mann Street at 10 am – 12 pm on Saturday the 25th of May 2019

Career Information and Parents' Workshop
Parents - study and career decisions made when leaving school can impact your child for a long time. Help them to consider a wider range of options by coming along to the -

Career Information and Parents’ Workshop at Cornerstone College
in the Anakalypsi Library, 7pm – 9pm

Term 2 Wednesday 15 May
Term 3 Wednesday 12 June
Term 4 Thursday 15 August

Bookings essential at cornerstone.sa.edu.au
Volunteer Movie Day
Adelaide Hills Council, Mt Barker District Council and Alexandrina Council wish to thank all volunteers in their regions with a VOLUNTEER MOVIE DAY.

Friday 24 May 2019 at Wallis Cinemas, Mt Barker

Sit back, relax and enjoy a FREE MOVIE of your choice for any session between 10am and 10pm.
Free popcorn and bottled water provided.
Volunteer registration is available on any of the 3 Council websites

Adelaide Hills - ahc.sa.gov.au/Community/volunteering
Mt Barker - mountbarker.sa.gov.au/volunteerevents
Alexandrina - alexandrina.sa.gov.au/volunteering
Meet the Writer Mark Worthing
Meet the Writer Mark Worthing

Adelaide Hills based writer Dr Mark Worthing has covered themes ranging from dementia to suicide and depression in his most recent fiction and biography. Come along to an interview and author talk to hear Mark talk about what prompted him to take up these issues, and how he believes addressing these topics through literature can help us, as individuals and as communities, to come to terms with them.

• Musical performance by SEVENFOLD to begin our afternoon.
• Afternoon tea will be served for your enjoyment.
• Enquiries, phone Greg Pearce: 0428450100

Sunday May 26th at 2 P.M. Sunset Rock Uniting Church
40 Spencer Street, Stirling


Teen Parenting Seminar
Teen Parenting Seminar

Twelfies and up:
What happens in their brain?
What are they really thinking?
Navigating Sexting, Porn and Internet Safety
What do teens really need from their parents?

LifeWell Hills invited experts talking about how to keep the relationship with your teens.

28 May 7pm. Mount Barker Town Hall.

Booking essential: trybooking.com

ANIMAL WELFARE LEAGUE Pet of the Week
ANIMAL WELFARE LEAGUE Pet of the Week
All the cats and dogs that are available for adoption from the AWL have been desexed, microchipped, vaccinated and health checked and are ready to go. Adoption costs start from $25.

The pets may be at one of three AWL locations - Wingfield, Port Adelaide or Edinburgh North

Adoption opening times: 7 days a week, 10am - 3pm

Dog of the week is Mable:
I’m a goofy, sweet gal who’s just 2-years-old and cuddle time is my most favourite time of all…but I don’t realise that I’m too big to be a lap dog…whoops. I’m a smart girl who loves learning and walks. My new home won’t have any small pets, but they may have a large patient dog who suits my personality perfectly.

Cat of the week is Captain Sparkle Toes:
I’m only 10-months-old, so I’m still a very young man who’s learning all about life and love. I’ll be sure to keep you entertained for hours with my playing and cuddles. I could happily share my new home with other pets, but I may prefer a home without children under 10 who may scare me.

For more information about a particular cat, rabbit or dog go to the AWL website at www.awlsa.com.au or phone 8348 1300.
Chuckle and Knuckle your way through Depression
Chuckle and Knuckle your way through Depression
Free 12-week course for men commencing Tuesday 14th May 2019 from 10.00am - 12noon.

Come join Chuckle & Knuckle as they construct a better Man Cave in your head.

Chuckle and Knuckle your way through Depression

13 Mann Street, Mt Barker (behind the Uniting Church Hall entrance via McLaren Street)

Featuring guest appearance by renown chef Simon Bryant.

Limited space - bookings essential



To register call Sandra 0476 658 198
The National Immunisation Program
The National Immunisation Program
Advises that the FLU VACCINE is your best shot at stopping the flu.

• Vaccination is the most effective way of reducing the impact of influenza in the community.

• You should get vaccinated every year because the virus is always changing.

• The vaccine is recommended for anyone over 6 months & is free for those most at risk from the flu.

• Getting your shot now will protect you before the peak flu period – June to September.

• The vaccine does not contain any live virus so you cannot get influenza from it.

For more information contact your GP, check out the website health.gov.au/Immunisation or phone 1800 671 811.

HAPPENINGS AT THE HUT
HAPPENINGS AT THE HUT
Term 2 programs. The Hut Community Centre, 1 Euston Road, Aldgate.

Saturday 18 May at 2.00pm: Cost: $40 plus booking fee
Silver Metal Clay Jewellery. Make your own silver metal jewellery - the easy way! Using clay shaping techniques - shaping, joining, texturing and refining techniques all in one lesson - no prior experience needed.

Sunday 2 June at 10.00am-2.00pm: Cost: Free
Repair Cafe. Bring your household items to be repaired by volunteer experts for free. These include sewing, woodwork, bicycles, garden equipment, mowers and many more.

For all bookings and more information: www.thehut.eventbrite.com
Mount Lofty Singers present:
Mount Lofty Singers present:
‘Classical Rendezvous’

Enjoy an afternoon of international choir classics with the Mount Lofty Singers and their talented guest artists.

The Choir will perform pieces such as Mozart’s Requiem and other moving pieces in five languages.

16 June at the beautiful UKARIA Cultural Centre, Mount Barker.

Concert starts at 2pm. Come early and enjoy UKARIA. Refreshments available from 1pm.

The Mount Lofty Singers are a well established community choir, founded in the 1960. They love to perform at community events.

For tickets visit https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=489570& or www.ukaria.com/events/
CREATING DEMENTIA-FRIENDLY HILLS COMMUNITIES
Adelaide Hills Council, Alexandrina Council and Mount Barker District Council present two free sessions about creating a dementia-friendly community – one aimed at community and one aimed at business.

Featuring representatives from Dementia Australia, Hammond Care, and Dementia Action Group.

When: Wednesday 22 May
Where: The Haus Hahndorf

2pm-4pm: Dementia-friendly communities.
Suitable for people living with dementia – also family, friends, carers etc. Register to attend: dementia-friendly-hills.eventbrite.com.au

6pm-8pm: Dementia-friendly businesses.
Suitable for business owners and managers. Discover how to easily incorporate dementia-friendly strategies and spaces in your organisation. Register to attend: dementia-friendly-business.eventbrite.com.au

INK POT ARTS - RADIO PLAY AUDITIONS
INK POT ARTS - RADIO PLAY AUDITIONS
"It's a Wonderful Life"

We need 11 voice actors with a total of 36 voices between them – ranging from “young children” to “very old” – both guys and gals. Possibly able to do American accents….?

Group round-table casting-style which will be recorded for review

3 sessions : 10 applicants per session: 10am, 12noon, 2pm

Auditions : Sunday 2nd June
at Mt Barker Town Hall, Cnr Gawler and Stephen Streets

Please check you are available for all these dates before applying:

7 x weekly rehearsals: Wed nights 7.30pm-9.00pm commencing 12 June
5 x performances over 3 Saturdays in a row – 10.00am-9.00pm commencing 27th July

Bookings!!!! Ring Ms “Gus” Saunders 0409

Community Wills Day
Community Wills Day
No will? There is a way!

The Salvation Army are giving you the chance to have a volunteer solicitor write or update a simple will for you.

The $70 fee will go towards supporting the local work of the Salvation Army.

Thursday 17 June

Mt Barker Salvos Centre, 17a Fletcher Road, Mt Barker

For enquiries and bookings phone 1800 337 082


Rotary Networking Event
Rotary Networking Event
Are you looking for a way to make a difference in your community?

The Rotary Clubs of Mount Barker & Blackiston invite members of the public to attend a networking event. Join Like minded individuals :

Monday 27 May 2019
6:45 pm - 8:00 pm
Auchendarroch House
17 Adelaide Road, Mt Barker

Drinks & Cocktail food provided

RSVP by 24 May to Mary Roebuck 0412 808 444
Back in Motion fundraiser

This May, the Back in Motion Mt Barker physiotherapy team are running a month long fundraising campaign in support of SOS Health Foundation's physiotherapy clinic on Palm Island Queensland.

If you'd like to help this remote indigenous Australian island community you can donate or drop in and check out our silent auction items at Shop 06A, 20 Druids Avenue Mount Barker SA 5251 (Next to Anytime Fitness) or call (08) 8391 3377

2020 ADELAIDE FRINGE ARTIST FUND APPLICATIONS
Are *** NOW OPEN ***

Calling all artists, producers and venue operators to apply for grant funding to help create and present shows, as part of the Adelaide Fringe's 60th Anniversary next year.

Applications are open until 11:59pm (ACST) Wednesday 17 June 2019

Fore more information, please visit adelaidefringe.com.au/adelaide-fringe-artist-fund or contact the team at artists@adelaidefringe.com.au or 8100 2022
WINTER CONCERT - CHOIR CECILIA
WINTER CONCERT - CHOIR CECILIA
CHOIR CECILIA is HOLDING THEIR WINTER CONCERT in MOUNT BARKER

Sunday 16 June at 2:30pm
Mann Street, Mount Barker

Guest Accompanist is Heather Elliott and artists include
The Arbor Wind Trio; Jonathan Daw on Oboe; Philip Stephenson on Clarinet; and Caryl Lambourn on Bassoon

Get your tickets ($20) at the door, afternoon tea included so sit back and enjoy a most memorable and enjoyable performance
(Concession/ANCA members $15)


Visit www.choircecilia.net
Further information: Jon 0427 400 215

WHAT'S ON AT THE AWL?
WHAT


• AWL Lottery tickets and books are available for sale through the AWL website (awl.org.au/shop), and first prize is $50,000! Buy your tickets today to go in the running – plus a winning ticket is drawn once monthly for $100 cash!


AWL PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS
Are you interested in learning more about the AWL and how we cared for over 10,000 animals during the last year? Presentations and workshops are available to all ages. Why not book for your community group or friends!


LET'S HAVE A CONVERSATION
An invitation for people 65+ to participate in a series of conversations to highlight the opportunities and challenges of aging well within your community. Working from your personal experience and understanding of aging. Eight session series of conversations.

23rd April - 11th June 2019
Tuesdays 1.30pm - 4.00pm, Parkindula Homestead, 71 East Parkway, Mt Barker

Bookings or more information: Leanne McPhee 0435 787 569

The Australian Centre for Social Innovation


AHVISE Teacher Recruiting
AHVISE Teacher Recruiting
Aussie Helpers Volunteers for Isolated Student Education (AHVISE) is looking for retired teachers and tutors for 1 – 3 month placements with remotely located families in Australian outback regions to assist with the distance education of their children.

Volunteers are provided with up to $1500 towards their travel and accommodation costs while meals are usually provided by the families.
A current Working with Children clearance is required.

You will be helping students complete classwork sent to them by the Distance Education program.

Combine your dream of travelling the Australian outback with helping these kids in need.

For more information go to the website ahvise.org.au and view the available current placements.

Your community events
Your community events
Hills Radio 88.9FM is always looking to promote events in our community.

Please tell us about your event and we will try to advertise it here and on air.

Email info@hillsradio.com.au