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Our Community Noticeboard provides an avenue for local not-for-profit groups and organisations to promote their community events and activities.
The Community Noticeboard in a listing of events/activities of community groups or organisations which are based within the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters.
If your group or organisation is based within the Council area and would like to promote details about an upcoming event or activity, please complete the online Community Noticeboard Submission Form
Art on Fire - Exhibition, Sales & Devonshie Tea - 11 November
This event is held by the South Australian China Painters Association.
Noon to 5pm
Buttery Reserve, 259 Portrush Road, Norwood
An exhibition of hand painted porcelain & bone china in both traditional and modern styles. This consists of quality white porcelain & bone china which has had several layers of paint, textures &/or lustres applied and fired in a kiln up to 800 degrees for each layer.
Entrance Fee of $5 payable at the door, includes a delicious home made Devonshire Tea.
Older adults wanted for an exciting research study
A research study exploring the relationship between virtual reality enhance exercise and episodic memory retention in older adults.
Are you aged over 65 years and do not currently accumulate 300 minutes of exercise a week?
You may be eligible to participate in this very exciting new study!
The research is being conducted at the University of South Australia, City East campus, Frome Rd.
Participation involves four visits, approx 1 hour in duration, at the University of South Australia, City East, Corner of Frome Rd and North terrace.
This study is a fun and exciting way to experience virtual reality technology and be a part of a growing field of research.
You will receive a $30 Coles Myer gift card at the end of your participation in the study.
This study has been approved by the University of South Australia's Human Research Ethics Committee.
If you require more information and/or are interested in participating, please contact the primary researcher Ellana Welsby via email: email@example.com
Volunteer at RSPCA Op Shop at Marden Shopping Centre
Join our team!
We are looking for vibrant, customer-focused volunteers with a flair for fashion to volunteer for one day a week, (preferably full days) to join our fabulous Op Shop team at Marden Shopping Centre, opening September 2nd.
Previous retail or op shop experience is welcome.
Contact Michael Hill on 0437 052 677 to find out more.
Adelaide International Folk Dancers
If you like movement and dance with a multicultural twist, try learning dances from Bulgaria, Macedonia, Romania, Greece, Israel, Scotland and other countries…… no partner necessary.
Suitable for anyone with reasonable agility.
We meet every Monday (excluding public holidays) in the Norwood RSL Hall at 7:15pm for teachingclass and practice sessions.
Wear comfortable casual clothing and flexible shoes.
Learn at your own pace in a “no pressure”, friendly atmosphere.
Cost: $3.00 per session, first try free. (We are a not –for –profit entity.)
Venue: Norwood RSL Hall, Woods St, adjacent Norwood Oval.
For more information, visit: www.communitywebs.org/aifd
Adelaide International Folk Dancers Inc.
Joan Amos (President)
T: 0488 241 888
RSPCA Op Shop opening in Marden Saturday 2 September
RSPCA South Australia is opening its 6th Op Shop, this time in the Marden shopping centre.
Our Op Shops are staffed by volunteers, and all proceeds help us to care for vulnerable animals.
On Saturday September 2, we will be offering a fun, family day of activities and great shopping bargains.
Probus Club of Payneham – monthly meetings
The combined Probus Club of Payneham meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month. Membership is open to retired and semi-retired men and women.
Visitors are most welcome to come along and see the club in action.
- Friendship, fellowship, fun and the advancement of intellectual interests for active retirees
- Interesting guest speakers
- Fun outings
- Social contact with fellow retirees.
Time: 10am to 12pm (4th Tuesday of every month)
Venue: Payneham Community Centre, 374 Payneham Road (corner Payneham Rd., and Arthur St.)
For more information, visit: Probus
Fitness Habitat Marden S.A. free education seminars
Fitness Habitat run exercise classes over an 8 week period, including Yoga, HIIT training, Kickboxing, Powerfit 45 and Obstacle Racing (Bootcamp).
Every 9th week we run free education seminars for our members, their friends and family and the local community. These weeks include real time self defence lessons with martial arts masters in various disciplines, educational workshops from leaders in the heath industry, functional training movement classes, and relaxation/ meditation sessions.
For more information, visit: Fitness Habitat
Royal Life Saving Society - Grey Medallion program for older adults
The Grey Medallion program is a water safety and lifesaving skills initiative for older adults. It aims to encourage a healthy, independent and active lifestyle through the development of essential skills in order to participate in aquatic recreation activities safely.
This practical program provides older adults with personal survival techniques, improved swimming skills, skills to deal with emergency situations and a thorough understanding of water safety knowledge in order to reduce the likelihood of drowning.
Dates: June, July, August
Times: 1.5 hours over four weeks on a Saturday afternoon
Venue: Adelaide Aquatic Centre, North Adelaide
For more information and to enrol, visit: Royal Life Saving Society
Trinity Gardens Bowling Club - lawn bowling for the elderly and novice bowler.
Come along and enjoy a healthy outdoor activity!
Enjoy the fun of non-competitive bowling.
Commencing: Thursday 2 February and then every Thursday.
The Trinity Gardens Bowling Club
Time and day:
10am to noon on Thursdays.
Cost: $5 (includes morning tea and use of the clubs bowls).
If you would like further information contact Yvonne Donnell on 0448 751 161
Kensington & Norwood Writers' Group
Our vibrant creative writing group has been going for almost 30 years.
We meet twice a month, 2nd & 4th Wednesday evenings at 7pm, in the Don Pyatt hall behind the Council offices.
Writers of all genres are welcome to visit and enjoy our meetings.
Our website will tell you more about us, visit: KNWG Writers