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Free Twitter Training Workshop – 2nd Sept 2015
Learn how to use Twitter for the Farming Community
This is a Free Workshop
Eudunda RSL Rooms
7:30pm to approx 10:30pm
Free Volunteers Afternoon Tea 27th Sept 2015
Hosted by ECBAT
If you are a volunteer please come and join in
Celebrating volunteers in our community
Come and Meet the Artists – Robertstown 30th Aug – CANCELLED
Refreshments will be provided,
So – please RSVP to Ali Webster at the Regional Council of Goyder
by Thursday 27th August
08 8892 0100
CANCELLED AT THIS STAGE!
Community Mosaic Project – Info Evening – 11th Sept
COMMUNITY MOSAIC PROJECT
DRINKING FOUNTAIN FOR THE TOWN GARDENS
FRIDAY SEPT 11TH AT 7PM
EUDUNDA CLUB Bruce Street
Customer Service Workshop – Eudunda 1st Sept
FREE Workshop in Eudunda
Please register by Monday 31st August, 1300 742 414
for Tues 1st Sept 5pm – 7:30pm
Eudunda RSL Rooms
Light Supper Provided
Understanding Dementia – Free Session 26th Aug 2015
Eudunda & Robertstown & Surrounds
A FREE Community Information Session
26th Aug 2015
Please call us if you would like to come (even after the RSVP date)
Small Business and Innovation Networking Breakfast Events – 21st Aug
The Industry Leaders Group (ILG) is partnering with IP Australia, RDA Yorke and Mid North and AusIndustry to hold two ILG Innovation Breakfast Roadshows in August to:
Provide an overview of support available to small business through the RDA and the ILG.
Provide an opportunity for businesses, researches and/or entrepreneurs to hear about support available through various programmes promoting research, development and commercialisation.
The first of the ILG Innovation Breakfast Roadshows will be held in Crystal Brook and Clare and will include a ...
New Album Release by Local Singer Mike Roberts
We caught up with local Singer Songwriter Mike Roberts for a bit of a chat, to find out why he has a big smile on his face (more than usual),
“In a recent ABC Radio interview about an anti-mining song I wrote, I was asked if I thought of myself as a ‘protest’ singer.
“I said I preferred the moniker of “observer’ and the new album I’d like to introduce you to is a collection of my observations of people, relationships, war, ...