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Active Retirees : Active Retirees Jun-Jul
8 | www.probussouthpacific.org EVENTS Christmas in July Gabby’s at Berry is putting on Christmas in July on the NSW south coast. Santa’s coming along with gifts for each guest to the Christmas Cave at Gabby’s, the setting for a three-course Christmas feast with live music. Group bookings are available every day throughout July, while Saturday 9 July and 16 July are open to the public, so there are no minimum numbers for bookings. When: 1-31 July Where: Gabby’s at Berry, NSW W: www.gabbys.com.au T: (02) 4464 2349 Men's Sheds The Australian Men’s Shed Association (AMSA) exists to provide a safe, friendly environment where men feel they belong and are able to work on meaningful projects in the company of other men. There are now over 500 Men’s Sheds across Australia, advancing the health and wellbeing of members. The fourth AMSA National Conference will be held in Brisbane in August. The theme this year is ‘Men in Sheds: Building Communities’. When: 21-23 August Where: Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Qld W: www.mensshed.org Secret Garden Workshop Learn how to create a European-style country garden in a hands-on workshop in Pat Poynton’s Margaret River garden. A guided tour and workshop on winter pruning of hydrangeas, wisterias and roses will be followed by morning tea, and participants will receive a garden journal to keep. When: 26 July Where: Secret Garden, Margaret River, WA W: www.opengarden.org.au T: (08) 9295 0497 Darwin Cup Carnival Get away from the cold winter chill in July – head to Darwin for eight days of racing and top-end sunshine. Incorporating the Qantas Darwin Turf Club Gala Ball and several major cup days, the racing carnival is a highlight of Darwin’s tourist season. When: 2 July – 1 August Where: Fannie Bay Racecourse, NT W: www.darwinturfclub.org.au T: (08) 8923 4222 Circus Oz 2011: Steam powered Romance meets technology, and everything is hand-made and steam powered in Circus Oz’s latest offering. Powerful acrobatics will contest gravity, graceful aerial artists will win your heart, the knockabout comedy will bowl you over and the live musicians will save the day with the last beat. Restore wonder, reclaim technology and rewire your wit with Circus Oz. Quote the codeword ‘circus’ when booking for the 3 July performance to receive Adult A-reserve tickets at children’s prices and free popcorn. When: 22 June – 17 July Where: Birrarung Marr, Melbourne, Vic Tickets: ticketmaster.com.au T: 136 100
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