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July 2014

Property Planning - Workshop Series

Four half day property planning workshops delivered by Alison Elvin enabling you to develop a property plan:

  • Identify soil types and land classes
  • identify pastures, native vegetation species, weeds
  • Integrated weed control strategies
  • Improve health of dams and creeks
  • Evaluate and monitor biodiversity

July 12, August 24, September 13, October 11.

Time:9.30 - 1.30Phone:6278 3309
Location:Gold Creek Station, Victoria Street, HALLEmail:

August 2014

Fireside Festival

Venues around the Canberra region turn up the heat in August for the capital's annual celebration of winter - Fireside Festival. Hosted by over 20 venues in and around Canberra; check their website for details.

Sip on exquisite cool climate wines, taste the delicacies from the region, meet local artists with a passion for their craft, or just relax and warm yourself on open fires in the company of good friends.

Attend a 100 mile dinner. Enjoy a couples relaxation escape. Try dinners of the duck, truffle or degustation variety. Attend a wine master class and lots more.

Time:Month of AugustEmail:

September 2014

Friends of Grasslands at Hall Cemetery

September 13th is a busy day! It is the date of our third property planning workshop, which will be followed by a paddock plant identification walk from 2.30pm. It is also the date that the Friends of Grasslands (FOG) will be holding a working bee at the Hall cemetery. Becoming involved in FOG is a great way to learn more about Native grasses and other plants in the ACT area. FOG are particularly keen to have more people from the Hall/Wallaroo area join in their activities at the Hall cemetery.

Details of the FOG working bee on 13 September: Saturday morning, 9:30 am - 12:00 midday. This early spring work morning is to continue our control of fleshy weeds, especially emerging thistles, and also of selected patches of exotic grass. The major action will be spot application of herbicide through the grassy woodland. Some physical removal (cut and daub) of briar regrowth can also be done. Morning tea is provided. Please dress for the weather and tall grass. MOST IMPORTANT - REGISTER with at least two days in advance, so that enough gear (and morning tea) is on hand to match the enthusiasm of volunteers.

Contact:John Fitzgerald

Blessing of the Pets

Do you have a pet dog, cat, horse, or even pet worms in your garden? All (well-behaved) pets and their owners very welcome at this annual outdoor service. Linger after the service for a sausage sizzle lunch and some pet playtime.....

Time:11.00 am
Location:St Michaels and All Angels

St Michael and All Angels Day BBQ and Service

To mark this occasion we will be hosting a BBQ under the old oak tree at St Michael’s and All Angels, Hall. We will gather from 4:00pm to cook and eat and finish with a child friendly service in the church building at 5:30pm. We will provide sausages and would be grateful for any salad or cakes you may wish to bring along.
Please join us!

Time:4.00 pm. Service 5.30 pmPhone:0427 609 838.
Location:St Michaels and All Angels
Contact:Office Administrator

October 2014

Annual Fire Ball

Poachers Pantry will be hosting the annual Fire Ball on Saturday the 11th of October to raise money for the Wallaroo Bush Fire Brigade! A night of fabulous food, wine, live entertainment, auctions, and more, it is sure to be a night enjoyed by all.

Keep an eye on the Poachers Pantry website and facebook for more details closer to the date

Time:tbaPhone:6230 2487
Location:Poachers PantryEmail:

St Michael and All Angels annual Fete

Lots of tasty treats at the cake stall, yummy hot food for lunch, games and activities for the kids, raffles with terrific prizes, and lost more.

Time:10 am - 2.00 pm
Location:St Michaels and All Angles

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