Sometimes art is rubbish. And it should be. The popular ReVive Art Prize returns to Eurobodalla in 2019. Eurobodalla Council’s arts coordinator Indi Carmichael said the exhibition was a real conversation starter about consumption and waste. “This is the sixth edition of the ReVive Art Prize,” Ms Carmichael said, “with the prize becoming a biennial event in 2017. “It’s one of the shire’s best-loved art exhibitions and will be held at one of our best-loved art spaces, the Basil
Big Possum Stringband At the Quarterdeck Narooma August 10th, 2019 Tickets $20 - Here
Big Possum Stringband is the 21st century’s answer to the question, “whatever happened to Appalachian music?”
Formed in 2017, the Possums are young, excited, and passionate about the rich legacy of traditional music of the American South. Contest winners Tessa Dillon (fiddle) and Seth Swingle (banjo) are joined by multi-instrumentalist Evan Collins to make oldtime country music’s hottest
Chucka Bucka's Regional Tour The Rubens, Milan Ring & Shady Nasty Moruya Waterfront Hotel Motel, Moruya Fri, Aug 9, 20198:00 PM Last year The Rubens spoke at the NSW Parliamentary Enquiry regarding the state of live music in NSW, conveying passionately the importance of small venues and the ecosystem they exist in, and how critical this is in developing careers in music. When The Rubens first started playing shows, it was instrumental. As a reactionary measure, they decided t
Shire-wide news extracts from the Moruya Examiner of 26 July 1919, provided by the Moruya & District Historical Society: CARNIVAL WEEK. – A conference between the committees of the A. and P. Society and Race Club to consider the advisability of holding the show and races in the one week, will take place today (Saturday) at 2.30pm on the Shire Hall verandah. MORUYA CEMETERY. – On Wednesday a Presbyterian Working Bee was called to the cemetery, when a large number of men and ch
Bermagui-based musician and father, Brian Boulter, was admitted to hospital in August 2018, diagnosed with melanoma. Due to further complications Brian has recently developed leptomeningeal disease, a rare complication of cancer which is untreatable. He’s in palliative care and will leave behind his long-term loving partner Jemma and their three young children Brihanna, Patrick and Sophie.
The music and business communities of Bermagui are coming together on behalf of the f
Eurobodalla residents can have their cat or dog microchipped for free at a microchipping day in Narooma on Saturday 20 July.
Pet not chipped? Don’t terrier yourself up about it! Council have partnered up with RSPCA NSW to provide FREE microchipping for the shire’s cats and dogs at Narooma this Saturday. 🐶🐱 Book your place, then bring your pet and proof of address to the Narooma Leisure Centre, Bluewater Drive, between 9am and 3pm. Bookings essential >> http://bit.ly/ESCfr
Shire-wide news extracts from the Moruya Examiner of 19 July 1919, provided by the Moruya & District Historical Society: STRONG WESTERLIES. – The late westerly winds, although not of the usual duration, were very severe while they lasted. As an illustration of the force which they passed over Moruya, one has only to see the telegraph iron posts along the river span, which, notwithstanding extra stout wire stays, have a most decided Grecian bend, as if making their obeisance t
The Swamp Stompers will be stomping the stage at Moruya Waterfront Hotel, Friday 12th July, joined by South Coast funk-rockers The Spindrift Saga and talented young local Sam Fletcher.
$15 entry. Doors 8pm. This is an 18+ event.
Playing their own unrivaled style of funky rock and blues, with heavy grooves, The Swamp Stompers sound like the musical lovechild of John Butler Trio, Led Zeppelin, and Red Hot Chili Peppers, with three-part harmonies, catchy guitar riffs, and did
Shire-wide news extracts from the Moruya Examiner of 12 July 1919, provided by the Moruya & District Historical Society: RECEIVING CONSIDERATION. – When Mr. Austin Chapman asked the minister for Home and Territories the other day re the survey of the railway from Yass-Canberra to Jervis Bay, the minister gave the present day minister’s reply that “the matter was receiving consideration.” OUR ROADS. – It is a pleasure to drive on the Eurobodalla Shire Council’s roads, especial
The 10 kilometre hike for 15 Batemans Bay bushwalkers began at Australian National Universities’ property near Kioloa where, after a short talk by leader, Glenn Blunt was delivered, on the responsibilities that come with access to private land . That responsibility means always leaving gates exactly as you find them, either closed or open. After crossing ANU’s land, hikers followed a gently rising forest track that soon had them feeling warmer. They were warmer still by the
Melbourne-based punk-rock band Mild Manic, along with top local bands Pretty People and Potent Soap, will take to the stage in all-ages gig in Moruya on Saturday 13 July. Five local high school bands will also battle it out for glory and the chance to record their tune in a professional music studio as part of a local song-writing competition at the event. It’s all part of Currents, organised by Eurobodalla Council’s youth committee with the support of Music NSW and Create NS
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Moruya Branch of the CWA invites you to our very popular Xmas in July luncheon at 64 Queen St Moruya on Friday 19th July at 11:30am for 12noon at $15 p.p.
Bookings may be made at our tearooms open Thursday and Saturdays from 10am to 2pm or with Marisha on 4474 4442, remember to RSVP by Monday 15th July . Above: function room ready for Xmas in July in 2018. #Moruya #Community #Weekly
Rotary Narooma's meeting last week featuring the presentation by Fiona Jackson, new Principal at Narooma High School
Wow her journey in teaching has been 26 years and she is still passionate and positive about her profession . Lots of challenges and changes along the way with being a mother to two children ,wife, with a very supportive husband and now coming to Narooma High School, that has three times the student population of her last school in Tumbarumba. She is so posit
With over 77,000 students preparing to sit their trial HSC exams, InspirED (formerly known as HSC In The Holidays) and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) are livestreaming HSC preparation lectures these July Holidays to help regional NSW students.
Presented by senior teachers and HSC exam markers, these sessions will give students insight per subject into proven strategies on how to answer exam questions most effectively, and help students reduce their anxiety to mai
The latest Living in Eurobodalla newsletter is OUT NOW - HERE Delivered to every household and mail box in the Eurobodalla this four page newsletter brings you Council news and what's on for the coming months.
Hopefully, with nearly 40% of our home owners as non-resident ratepayers publishing the latest newsletter link here will keep them further informed of what is happening in the council and around the shire.
If you missed out on a delivery or live outside of the Eurob
Moruya River With the good weather we’ve had there’s been lots of anglers out on the water and the reports have been consistent this week with good bream and trevally around the hole in the wall and again nice flathead on the flats. Also this week there’s been good reports from up the back of the system around Yaragee for nice whiting and bream and the odd thumper estuary perch. It seems worms, pipi’s and whitebait have been doing the damage up the front of the system and aro
NSW Police Force Deputy Commissioner Gary Worboys APM has announced the appointment of a new Region Commander to the Southern Region Command. Assistant Commissioner Joe Cassar joined the NSW Police Force in 1987 and was initially stationed in Goulburn and Wollongong performing general duties. Assistant Commissioner Joe Cassar - Photo NSW Police He achieved his Detective designation in 1992 and has worked in both local criminal investigations and specialist criminal investigat
Your Beagle weekend gig guide covering What's On in the Eurobodalla this weekend - enjoy
Jul 5th - Jay Podger @ Batemans Bay Soldiers Club
Jul 5th - Mister Vinnegar @ JJs at the Marina
Jul 5th - Tom Barnes – Crosstown Traffic @ Club Catalina
Jul 5th - Karaoke @ Club Malua
Jul 5th - Klaus Tietz at One Tree Inn Tuross
Jul 5th- Benn Allen @ Club Narooma
Jul 6th - Jay Podger @ Batemans Bay Soldiers Club Jul 6th - Brave @ Club Catalina
Jul 6th - Rumour Has It at the
Member for Bega Andrew Constance is encouraging young people across the region to get in their applications to join NSW’s first ever Regional Youth Taskforce which will give youth a chance to have their say on local issues. Mr Constance said the taskforce will be made up of 18 members who will meet regularly and provide direct advice and feedback to NSW Government agencies and Ministers on policy decisions and local action plans regarding youth. “To the young people living in
Above: Twelve members of Batemans Bay bushwalkers enjoy the views from Bolaro Mountain top. There was frost in the air as 12 Batemans Bay bushwalkers set out early to traverse the top ridge of Bolaro Mountain south-west of Nelligen. There was crunchy white frost on the grass at Bolaro Homestead on Haans Road deep in Buckenbowra State Forest as the group headed north along a fire trail to be rewarded by magnificently clear views from the ridge summit. To the north were views
The Pedestrian Council of Australia PCA have recently launched its latest pedestrian safety awareness campaign and it is HARD HITTING.
Harold Scruby, Chairman and CEO of the Pedestrian Council of Australia told the Beagle that the PCA have been trying to raise the focus on this dangerous distraction for years saying they have tried education campaigns but the time has come to take a new line which is to directly educate those who continue to cross roads distracted by their
The Spindrift Saga @ the Quarterdeck Narooma July 6th
The Spindrift Saga are former locals of the South Coast and are known for their tight live shows, “catchy rhythms, bright licks” and big alt funk rock sound.
The band features a talented lineup of musicians; Chris McGrath, Mick McGrath and Danny Freeman all come loaded with Music degrees and have spent their lifetimes refining their craft. The trio are known for their incredibly engaging high-energy live s
** RUMOUR HAS IT – SATURDAY, JULY 6th **
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NB. There are no pre-sale tickets for this event, entry is paid upon arrival.