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September 2014

Date: 27th Sept - 6th Oct
Venue: Nobbys Rd, Newcastle East
Contact Details: 

www.mattarafestival.org.au or Kim on 0431 214 905.

NEWCASTLE'S ONLY FREE FAMILY EVENT Some of the daily events and activities for the whole family include:-

  • Saturday 27th September- Kids Carnival Day
  • Sunday 28th September - Mattara MotoMania
  • Monday 29th September - Mad Hatters Monday
  • Tuesday 30th September - Enviroment & Greening Day
  • Wednesday 1st Oct - NBN Family Fun Day
  • Thursday 2nd Oct - KOFM Radio rocks Mattara
  • Friday 3rd Oct - interactive Sports and Supporters Day
  • Saturday 4th Oct - Fashion and creative undercovered @ Mattara
  • Sunday 5th Oct - Thats's Entertainment
  • Monday 6th Oct - Pets on the Park

Date: 23 Sept - 3 Nov
Venue: Newcastle Museum
Contact Details: 

4974 2061 www.newcastle.nsw.gov.au

Night OWLS (Original Welcoming Lighting Solutions) is a competition for young people aged 15 ? 29, that aim?s to foster creativity and engage young people in delivery of community safety outcomes. Selected designs will be on exhibition at Newcastle Museum from 23 September to 3 November 2014. An Opening Night hosted by Newcastle Youth Council will be held at Newcastle Museum on Thursday 25th September 2014. Night OWLS is an initiative of Newcastle Youth Council, as a deliverable for their discussion paper, 'Newcastle at Night': Young People and Night Time Economy. The findings from this research highlighted that young people felt unsafe in the Newcastle city centre at night

Date: 23 September
Venue: Hunter Wetlands Centre
Contact Details: 

www.wetlands.org.au

Gather reeds, flowers & other natural materials and using the trees as frames, get weaving! Lets decorate the Wetlands and create and outdoor gallery. Cost: Programs are $20 $40 for Writing Workshop Time: 9.30am - 12.30pm The Hunter Wetlands Centre is a wildlife sanctuary with a focus on education, conservation and tourism. Situated on 45 hectares, enjoy numerous activities from dip netting, feeding sessions, bird hides, walking trails, canoeing, bush tucker garden, cafe and much more. Over 250 wildlife species have been discovered on site including birds, ducks, tortoises and frogs.

Date: 24 September
Venue: Hunter Wetlands Centre
Contact Details: 

www.wetlands.org.au

When: September/ October School Holidays 2014

Cost: Programs are $20

Have fun learning how to make a bush survival shelter, damper, knotting and other useful bush skills. For 8-12yrs.

The Hunter Wetlands Centre is a wildlife sanctuary with a focus on education, conservation and tourism. Situated on 45 hectares,enjoy numerous activities from dipnetting, feeding sessions, bird hides, walking trails, canoeing, bush tucker garden, caf? and much more. Over 250 wildlife species have been discovered on site including birds, ducks, tortoises and frogs.

Date: Wednesday 24 September
Venue: Newcastle Museum, Honeysuckle
Contact Details: 

Please RSVP to external.relations@newcastle.edu.au by Monday 22 September. www.newcastle.edu.au

DE-CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT: How relationships can make the difference in the building game. The global construction industry can be an adversarial world. Accountability, probity and ultimately the financial bottom line drive many decisions in a commercial building process. What if the industry gave more weight to relationships and value for money? Could relationship-driven decisions in construction management deliver a better outcome for everyone involved? Professor Peter Davis is UON's Chair of Construction Management and a recognised authority on the role of relationship development and maintenance in procurement for construction and engineering projects. UON is proud to present its new professors through 'New Professors Talk', a series introducing you to the new people in our community and sharing the knowledge and expertise of these leading commentators and thinkers. Join us to welcome Professor Peter Davis.

Date: 25 September
Venue: Crowne Plaza -Merewether Street
Contact Details: 

http://bradsugarsuncensored.com/signup/NCEVENTS

This is your chance to spend three hours with Brad Sugars as he shares with you the exact strategies he used to grow his company from a small garage in Brisbane to over 50 countries. You are invited to Brad Sugars Uncensored that can immediately give you REAL, PROVEN, BREAKTHROUGH strategies on how to grow your business GLOBALLY and build REAL wealth for yourself! It's a FREE Event - register now and get access to 4 FREE Bonus Gifts - just for registering!

Date: 25 September
Venue: Hunter Wetlands Centre
Contact Details: 

www.wetlands.org.au

Creative Writing Workshop with Jess Black - popular author of the The Bindi Wildlife Series, RSPCA Animal Tales series and the upcoming The Kaboom Kid series. Kate will take you on a journey to create stories around her favourite subject animals and nature. Kids will discover how to inject humour, surprise, tension and loving characters into their own stories. Places are limited. Bookings for workshop close 19th September.

Time: 9.30 - 3.00pm Cost: $40/ child

The Hunter Wetlands Centre is a wildlife sanctuary with a focus on education, conservation and tourism. Situated on 45 hectares, enjoy numerous activities from dipnetting, feeding sessions, bird hides, walking trails, canoeing, bush tucker garden, caf? and much more. Over 250 wildlife species have been discovered on site including birds, ducks, tortoises and frogs.

Date: 28th September
Venue: THE DUNGEON (underneath Adamstown Uniting Church)
Contact Details: 

Adamstown Arts www.adamstownuca.com.au/cafe-church Ph: 49571887

Expresso: Faith, Art and Music Community meets on the 4th Sunday of each month at 6pm. Each month we hear the music and story of a musical artist and go on their journey with them. This month we feature local singer songwriter Adam Price. He will be showcasing a set of new songs and discussing his battle with "The Black a Dog". 6pm start. FREE ENTRY!

 
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