What’s On – Wed 7 October to Tues 13 October

Wednesday 7 October to Tuesday 13 October

If you have an event that you’d like to see promoted on the Lennox Wave’s What’s On page, send the details—date, time, location and contact—to Megan Spyker at events@lennoxwave.com.


Lennox Events

Lennox Landcare

Wed 7 Oct – Working at Lake Ainsworth, SE corner and meeting at 8.00am. NB The times change this week as daylight saving kicks in. Landcare will work from 8.00am – 10.00am from now on.


Baby Bounce – Lennox Head Library

School term only on Wednesdays at 10.30am, Baby Bounce promotes early literacy in babies under 2 years of age and fosters parent child participation and interaction. It’s a fun way for a parent and child to get rockin’ with the rhyme and rhythm of songs, poems, finger plays and nursery rhymes. Also a great way to meet other parents and babies in the area.


Story Time– Lennox Head Library

Story time is on during the school term only on Thursdays at 10.30am. A friendly, social get together for local parents and their toddlers; this popular story time and craft session for pre-schoolers is held weekly.


Lennox Head Playgroup – Lennox Head Community and Cultural Centre (Children’s Area)

Every Tuesday during the school term 9.30-11.30am for 0-6 years of age and Fridays 9.30am-11.30am for 2-6 years of age.

A place where parents/carers and children (0 – 6yrs) can come together in a relaxed and friendly environment. Playgroup gives children an opportunity to play, make friends and develop skills, all while having fun. Playgroup provides parents/carers with an opportunity to meet other parents. For more info call Jennifer on 0412 485 939.


Lennox Head Community Market – Community Centre outside area

Sun 11 Oct – On every 2nd and 5th Sunday of the month. Everything from fresh produce, bric-a-brac, fashion, coffee and live music.


Introduction to E Resources – Lennox Library

Mon 12 Oct – At 2pm the Library will be hosting an introduction to E resources. Learn how to download library books, magazines and music to your iPad. Bring your iPad to get set up.


Club Lennox

Thurs 8 Oct – BINGO 1pm – 3pm. Prize pool to be won!

Thurs 8 Oct – Trivia from 7pm

Fri 9 Sat 10 & Sun 11 Oct– Club Raffles at 5.30pm


The Lennox Hotel

Wed 7 Oct – Get Quizzed Trivia from 7pm (registrations from 6.30pm).  All questions come with a visual and involve everything from pick the song in the video clip, to pick the sound all the way to spot the difference.

Thurs 8 Oct— Jam Night from 8pm. The legendary Lennox Jam night has been running for many years and brings musicians in from all around the Northern Rivers areas and beyond. Come on down, bring your instrument. All are welcome who are looking to gain experience or just want to mingle with musicians.

Fri 9 Oct – From 9.30pm, Loose Ends

Sat 10 Oct – From 9.30pm, Bourbon Street

Sun 11 Oct – From 5pm, Adam Brown

Mon 12 Oct — Poker 888 from 8pm

Tues 13 Oct – 4pm free pool and resident musician Rob Saric


Lifeball – Lennox Head Community & Cultural Centre

Tues 13 Oct – Every Tuesday at 9.30am for the over 50’s. Lifeball is a game designed to keep people over 50 fit and healthy. Similar to netball and basketball, it’s great for physical, mental and social health. If you’d like to give it a try contact Yvonne on 0448 004161 or Trish on 0411 272 685.


Zumba – Lennox Head Community & Cultural Centre (Meeting Room 2)

Every Thursday at 5pm with Helene Sprenger. $12 for 1 class or $60 for 6. Contact Helene 0451 148 508 or www.helenesprenger.zumba.com


Out of Town

Northern Rivers Community Gallery – Cherry St, Ballina

30 September – 25 October:

Mystic Misfits – Leo Coyte

Leo Coyte’s Mystic Misfits is a series of new paintings that construct an absurd open-ended narrative, giving rise to a collection of protagonists derived from a subconscious assemblage of fictions, memories and teenaged anxieties. In these works the push-and-pull of Coyte’s playful process draws on the painterly potential of formal incongruity, merging realistic renderings of semi-figurative objects and bodies with bursts of colour and abstraction. He imparts a sense of celebratory irreverence through his art making process by mining and refashioning bits and pieces of the various painting traditions that interest him.

Strange Little Attractors – Susie Marcroft

Strange Little Attractors explores how quantum consciousness might be engaged as a creative strategy in eliciting empathetic responses to the artists’ sculptural ‘merges’ of human and non-human animals.

“A moment of ‘conception’ arose during making when my forms began to ‘speak’ to me, evoking an empathetic uneasiness that led to the collapse of the perceived boundary between myself and these inanimate others.”

Animal Logic – SCU Curatorial Lab  |  Richard Atkinson  |  Kate Stead  |  Simon Turnbull

This exhibition centres on animism, which describes a belief that non-human phenomena – such as animals, plants, and objects – are endowed with spiritual essences and agency.

The exhibition was conceived and developed in cooperation with third-year and honours students at Southern Cross University (SCU), Lismore, as part of the SCU Curatorial Lab, which educates students in contemporary curatorial methodologies. SCU visual art students Richard Atkinson, Kate Stead and Simon Turnbull are currently enrolled in the Visual Arts (Honours) degree, and have made work specifically for the exhibition. Atkinson’s work explores the subcultural phenomenon of Bronies – fans of the My Little Pony cartoon who find deep philosophical messages from particular characters and episodes. Kate Stead is showing a series of works created during a residency in Assisi, Italy, in 2014, depicting native Australian wildlife accompanied by imagined portraits of Saint Francis of Assisi: the patron saint of animals. Simon Turnbull’s work operates between fine art and illustration, examining the long history of drawing practice in which animals have been used to satirise and reveal the darker sides of human nature.


Breast Cancer Support Group – Kentwell Community Hall, Ballina

Thurs 8 Oct – 10am-11.30am. For any woman, or friends and family, diagnosed with, or recovering from, breast cancer. Held on the 1st Thursday of the month the meeting includes a sharing of morning tea and information, followed by a guest speaker and a relaxation session.


Farmers Markets

Alstonville Showground Market – Sun 11 Oct

Byron Farmers Market – Thurs 8 Oct from 8am – 11am, at the Butler Street Reserve, Byron Bay.

Bangalow Farmers Market – Sat 10 Oct from 8am -11am, at the Bangalow Hotel Carpark.

Lismore Farmers Market — Sat 10 Oct, Lismore Showgrounds Alexandra Parade, Lismore

Ballina Farmers Market – Sun 11 Oct from 6am – 5pm at Missingham Bridge.


Community Markets

Lennox Head Market – 2nd and 5th Sunday of the month (on this Sunday!)

Byron Bay Market – Butler St Reserve – 1st Sunday of the month

Channon Market – Coronation Park, The Channon – 2nd Sunday of the month (on this Sunday!)

Lismore Car Boot Market – Lismore Shopping Square, 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month (On this Sunday!)

Mullumbimby Museum Market — Stuart Street, 3rd Sunday of the month


Upcoming Events

Headland: Live Musical Performance to Surf Footage – Lennox Community Centre

Sun 18 Oct – From 6pm – 8pm, Headland stars the Lennox Headland and is a musical performance to projected super8 film of surfing at Lennox Point in the 1970s. Local surfing legend Bob McTavish will curate a collection of ‘70s surfboards on the night. Come dressed in clothes from the era and collect a free craft beer. Presented by Lennox Arts Board at the newly refurbished Lennox Head Community Centre on Sunday October 18 from 6pm to 8pm. Tickets are only $20! Come dressed in clothes from the era and collect a FREE craft beer.












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