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September 2020

Floriade: ReImagined in Hall Village

Floriade: ReImagined will see Floriade adapted to a new format for 2020. The flowers that would have been in Commonwealth Park have been distributed around Canberra including in Hall Village.

Locations for the planting of bulbs around Canberra, including Hall village, were chosen based on a range of criteria including access to water, accessibility and visual impact.

Floriade: ReImagined offers all the Floriade activities you know and love with a mix of virtual and in-person experiences. Floriade Bloom brings the one million bulbs and annuals out of Commonwealth Park to create a tulip trail across Canberra and in Hall village.

Floriade Potted – blooms planted in 10 wine barrels by the Floriade team - have been in Hall village since 12 September. Hall village is a Floriade Community – 2,000 bulbs and 2,000 annuals in 80 temporary garden beds were planted by volunteers in Hall village including the Hall Men's Shed in May and are blooming along with the Floriade Potted wine barrels.

A map of all locations is available at floriadeaustralia.com/floriade-reimagined-map/

More information on Floriade: ReImagined is available at floriadeaustralia.com/

Parking for Floriade: ReImagined, for the Centenary Trial and for other Hall village walks is at the area used by the Hall Markets beside the PoloCrosse Field off Victoria Street.

Location:Hall Village - Victoria StreetEmail:
Contact:

October 2020

Blessing of the Animals

In celebration of St Francis and his love for all creatures, bring your
beloved 'pets' along to the service at St Michael and All Angels, Cnr
Victoria and Loftus Sts, Hall.

'Pets' refer to all the living creatures – such as cats, dogs, birds,
reptiles, fish etc. There will be plenty of animals – so please bringan
appropriate form of restraint (e.g. a cage or lead).

If you are unable to bring your beloved pet with you, you may wish
to bring a picture for a blessing.

Please feel free to stay for a Sausage Sizzle.

(COVID restrictions permitting).

Time:2pmPhone:0427609838
Location:St Michael and All Angels, Cnr Victoria and Loftus Sts, Hall ACTEmail:
Contact:KatrinaWebsite:mikeandbarneys.org.au

Hall Markets - CANCELLED Due to Covid-19 Restrictions

Once again, after consultation with key health representatives and the ACT Government, Hartley have decided to cancel the October Markets. This decision has been based on the updated advice from the ACT Government regarding Canberra's Recovery Plan and associated restrictions.

The Hall Markets are one of Australia's largest home-made and home grown goods markets.
The markets have a rural theme and are held at the picturesque Hall Village Showground, just ten kilometres north of Canberra.

Barbecues, canteens, live music and other entertainment makes each visit a fun, family day out.
Entry is by a gold coin donation with all proceeds supporting Hartley Lifecare's disability programs and services.

www.hartley.org.au/markets

Time:10:00 - 3:00Phone:0262824411
Location:Hall Pavillion area and Polocrosse car parkEmail:
Website:www.hartley.org.au/markets

Floriade: ReImagined in Hall Village Ends

11 October is the final day of Floriade: ReImagined including in Hall Village.

Floriade: ReImagined has seen Floriade adapted to a new format for 2020. The flowers that would have been in Commonwealth Park have been distributed around Canberra including in Hall Village.

Locations for the planting of bulbs around Canberra, including Hall village, were chosen based on a range of criteria including access to water, accessibility and visual impact.

Floriade: ReImagined offers all the Floriade activities you know and love with a mix of virtual and in-person experiences. Floriade Bloom brings the one million bulbs and annuals out of Commonwealth Park to create a tulip trail across Canberra and in Hall village.

Floriade Potted – blooms planted in 10 wine barrels by the Floriade team - have been in Hall village since 12 September. Hall village is a Floriade Community – 2,000 bulbs and 2,000 annuals in 80 temporary garden beds were planted by volunteers in Hall village including the Hall Men's Shed in May and are blooming along with the Floriade Potted wine barrels.

A map of all locations is available at floriadeaustralia.com/floriade-reimagined-map/

More information on Floriade: ReImagined is available at floriadeaustralia.com/

Parking for Floriade: ReImagined, for the Centenary Trial and for other Hall village walks is at the area used by the Hall Markets beside the PoloCrosse Field off Victoria Street.

Location:Hall Village - Victoria StreetEmail:

Polocrosse Carnival - CANCELLED Due to Covid-19

Due to Commonwealth and NSW government health regulations related to movement and gathering of people, the Polocrosse Carnival scheduled for October has been cancelled.

Polocrosse has long been known as the "King of the One Horse Sports". Having originated in Australia (indeed in New South Wales) in 1939, we are proud to call it an Australian made game, which is now played Internationally. Polocrosse is an action-packed, team sport often referred to as Rugby on horseback. It is a family orientated sport with grades to cater for all levels of ability from the novice through to highly experienced and competitive riders. Polocrosse is unique in that it is a sport in which the whole family can play at the one event, often in the same team. Players range from 5 Years of age through to just over 80.

The Polocrosse Association of NSW aims to provide players and supporters with all the information you need to get the most out of polocrosse. Our website also contains useful information for people interested in learning more about polocrosse. This site is regularly updated with the latest news, upcoming events.

www.nswpolocrosse.com.au/

Location:Hall Polocrosse Ground off Victoria Street HallPhone:0410711507
Contact:Kerrie De Britt Hall Polocrosse Club SecretaryEmail:

Annual General Meeting - Village of Hall and District Progress Association

Members of the Village of Hall and District Progress Association are advised that the Annual General Meeting of the Association will be held on 21 October 2020 at 7:00pm in the Hall Pavilion, subject to current advice from ACT Health.

As per the Rules of the Village of Hall and district Progress Association, the Annual General Meeting will:
- confirm the minutes of the last annual general meeting and of any general meeting held since that meeting; and
- receive from the committee reports on the activities of the Association during the last financial year; and
- receive and consider the statement of accounts and the reports that are required to be submitted to members under the Act section 73 (1); and
- declare vacant all positions of members of the committee including office-bearers; and
- elect members of the committee including office-bearers.

All members of the Association are invited to the Annual General Meeting.

Any person who is a resident or rate payer of the Village of Hall or the surrounding district or any person who is an approved member of one of the Special Interest Groups of the Association is eligible to be a member of the Association on payment of the annual subscription.

Nominations for the VHDPA Committee and nominations for office bearers must be received by the Secretary of the VHDPA no later than 12:00 noon on Monday 19 October as per the nomination procedure and form available at www.hall.act.au/documents.html

If you have any questions, please contact the Secretary at

Time:7:00pmEmail:
Location:Hall Pavilion
Contact:The Secretary

Hall Village Street Party - CANCELLED for 2020 due to Covid-19

Street Party in Hall Village

Lots of good food, beer and wine available. Craft stalls, local produce - olive oil, eggs, jams, sauces and more. Jumping castle, Farm animals, Face painting, Wood chopping, Marching Girls, Sculptors, Local band. Fire Brigade and Collectors Club car displays.

Time:2:00 - 7:00pmEmail:
Location:Victoria Street Hall

November 2020

Hall Pony Club Gymkhana (combined gymkhana with Belconnen)

Hall Pony Club is committed to the development of horse riding with training, competitions and education programs. We exist to encourage horsemanship amongst our members, to provide appropriate coaching and competition, and to raise awareness of sportsmanship and citizenship of our members.

Children and young adults up to the age of 25 have the opportunity to learn the skills of riding and general horsemanship and compete at both club, zone & state events. It is one of the few sports where males and females compete on equal terms.

Time:10:00 - 3:00Phone:0408 756 829
Location:TBAEmail:
Contact:Kristy Doble - President

December 2020

Service of Lessons and Carols

Residents of Hall and all surrounding areas in Canberra are warmly invited to share in some or all of the celebrations leading up to Christmas across our parish.

This is a simple, traditional service to celebrate the start of Advent, in our beautiful candlelit village church. The story of Christmas is told simply through 6 short bible readings and joyful singing of some old favourite carols. You are invited to share a cuppa outside under the oak tree afterwards – weather permitting.

(COVID restrictions permitting).

Time:7.00pmPhone:0408488526
Location:St Michael and All Angels, Cnr Victoria and Loftus Sts, Hall ACTEmail:
Contact:BerylWebsite:mikeandbarneys.org.au

Carols in the Car Park

Residents of Hall, Charnwood and all surrounding areas in Canberra are warmly invited to share in some or all of the celebrations leading up to Christmas across our parish.

Enjoy carol singing with Victoria Street Brass band and Britenotes choir to celebrate the Christmas season.

(COVID restrictions permitting).

Time:7.00pmPhone:0408 488 526
Location:St Barnabas Anglican Church, 10 Charnwood Place, Charnwood ACTEmail:
Contact:BerylWebsite:mikeandbarneys.org.au

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