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Until July 11
Captured Images Naracoorte Photography Club Exhibition
The club will be holding their 9th exhibition at the Naracoorte Art Gallery. Pop in and see the wonderful images captured by the club's talented members. The Camera Club meet on the 2nd Wednesday of the month in the Naracoorte Art Gallery at 7:30pm and new members are always welcome.
Mon, July 5
Nunga Screen will return to Naracoorte this year with a series of films connecting communities through strong, unique stories. The short film showcase is held annually on Reconciliation Week across South Australia, produced by Country Arts SA and hosted by suburban and regional venues. Nunga Screen will be on at the Naracoorte Town Hall, July 5 at 7pm.
Sat, July 10
Historic Vehicle Club Markets
Held on the 2nd Saturday of every month, you can find local produce, plants, homemade goods, arts and crafts, bric-a-brac and more. There will be a Sausage sizzle available and the historic vehicle display will be open. Open from 8 to 11.30am at the Sheep's Back Museum Complex. New stallholders welcome. For more information, contact Daphne 0438 622 143
Mon, July 12
Naracoorte Livestock Forum
The Naracoorte Livestock Forum will be an opportunity for producers to learn strategies on rebuilding the flock and herd from industry experts. Forum topics and speakers will be Strategies to increase livestock numbers by Nathan Scott, Achieve Ag, Maximising reproductive performance through healthier breeders - Deb Scammell, Talking Livestock, Understanding cattle and sheep pregnancy diseases - Dr Sean McGrath, Millicent Veterinary Clinic and Maximising lamb and calf numbers and productivity - Dr Jason Trompf, Livestock Consultant. J.T. Agri-Source. Registration is essential to attend. It will be held at the Naracoorte Town Hall from 8.45am.
Sat, August 14
Ancient Lands Visual-Sound Bath at Naracoorte Caves
Join Sacred Resonance and In Search of the Divine for a deep immersive transformative experience of sacred sounds and digital projection in the Naracoorte Caves. There will be three performances on Saturday, August 14. Bathe in the sacred sounds and resonances in a live meditative performance using crystal and Tibetan bowls, cosmic synth, ancient mystical chants & overtone singing.
August 14 and 15
Firey Women - Lucindale
Learn about understanding bushfires and warnings, deciding when to leave or stay and defend, preparing yourself emotionally, operating fire pumps and equipment and preparing a bushfire plan. It will be held in two, all-day sessions, starting at 9am. It will be held at the Lucindale War Memorial Hall. Registrations essential.