Tintenbar Up Front – June 9, Live acoustic music at Tintenbar Hall from 7pm
Refugee Week Launch – June 18, Lennox Head beach front near bus shelter
Beach Sounds – all ages gig with 5 bands, July 8, Lennox Head Community Centre
Skullcandy Oz Grom Open – surf comp for groms – 7 – 12 July, Lennox Main Beach
10 Stewart St, Lennox Head
Wednesday – $22 Meal deal (includes a glass of house wine or schooner tap beer)
Thursday – Bingo 1pm / Trivia 7pm
Friday – Club Raffles 6pm / Happy hour 7:30 – 8:30pm / Early bird specials $15 (til 6:30pm)
Saturday 10 June – Raffles 6pm Live music Ooz
Sunday 11 June – Live Music 4-7pm—Nicole Brophy/ Raffles 6pm / Sunday Roast night
The Lennox Hotel
Pacific Parade & Byron Street, Lennox Head
Monday – Poker 888 + $15 Steak night 6pm
Tuesday – Live Music (Rob Saric) + $15 parmi 7:00 pm
Wednesday – Trivia 6:30pm
Thursday – Jam Night 9:00pm
Friday 9 June Real Jarrah Band 10:00pm (after NRL)
Saturday 10 June, Koby & Crew DJ Set 9:30pm
Sunday 11 June, Steve Muller, 2pm
Shop 4, 63-65 Ballina St, Lennox Head
Wednesdays – $20 beef taco plate + drink
Thursdays – $6 tacos / $10 margaritas
Sunday 4 June – Live Music + $25 cocktail carafe, from 5pm — Matt Armitage, 4pm
Lennox Arts Collective
2/72 Ballina Street, Lennox Head
Tuesdays – After School Art (ages 6+) 3:45pm
Current exhibition Small Wonders
8.30am to 10.30am
Wed 7th Seven Mile Dunes – north of surf club
Wed 14th Boulder Beach – Coast Rd car park
Wed 21st Seven Mile Dunes – opposite Williamsburg
Wed 28th Iron peg – Rocky Point Rd car park
For further info, please see www.lennoxheadlandcare.org; email firstname.lastname@example.org, phone Shaun on 0448 221 210 or find us on Facebook ‘Lennox Head Landcare’
Lennox Head Library
1 Mackney Lane, Lennox Head
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 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 Community Centre
1 Mackney Lane, Lennox Head // Ph: 6687 6291
Kids Capoeira 3:30pm
Country Women’s Association 9am
Lifeball (senior’s netball) 9:30am
Lennox Head Playgroup – 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.
Angelina Ballerina 10am
Healthy Lifestyles by CHEGGS 10am
Pilates for Men 5:30pm
Zumba 5pm / Contact Helene 0451 148 508 or www.helenesprenger.zumba.com
Rugby Tots 9:30am
Iyenga Yoga 6pm
Hip Hop Zumba 6:30pm
Yin Yoga 9am
23 April Mental Health Matters Workshop, Park Lane Theatre, Lennox Community Centre
Northern Rivers Community Gallery
Cherry St, Ballina
Richard Tabaka | Indigenous Landscapes 24 May – 25 June
Richard Tabaka has worked extensively as a commercial photographer, while maintaining a fine art photographic practice. His European heritage and conceptual art ideology inform all aspects and style of his graphics, which is evident in his personal and artistic work.
Paul Harrington | The Wind Never Sleeps 24 May – 25 June 2017
Two mesmerizing wind kinetic sculptures by local artist Paul Harrington will be installed in the Gallery garden. The works, stimulated by the wind, respond with a visual dance in tune with the natural environment.
Steve Kelly | The Topography of Virtual Worlds 24 May – 25 June 2017
Steve Kelly sees himself as a digital creative. His methods of working are the result of over 30 years’ experience as a Visual Arts and Photography teacher and 15 years as a Computing and Multimedia teacher. His stylistic approach is engendered by his interests in writing poetry and science fiction/fantasy, and in the symbolic representation of elements of his Christian faith and spirituality.
Grayson Cooke & Dugal McKinnon | This Storm is Called Progress 24 May – 25 June 2017
This exhibition is a dual-screen audio-visual installation, a collaboration between media artist, Grayson Cooke and composer, Dugal McKinnon. In this project, Cooke’s footage of the Naracoorte Caves in South Australia is juxtaposed against time-lapse video of Landsat satellite images of Antarctic ice shelves, and acoustically framed by McKinnon’s electronic score.
Launch Event: Thursday 25 May 5.30pm – 7:30pm
Kentwell Community Hall, Ballina
Evening Group: Meets on the first Friday of the month from 5.30pm-7pm, meeting room 2 in the Ballina Kentwell Community Centre. A light meal will be provided followed by guided meditation. Call Robyn 0413 027 446.
Daytime Group: Meets on the third Thursday of the month from 10.00am until 12.00pm at the Ballina Kentwell Community Centre, meeting room 2.
Alstonville Showground Market – Sun from 8 am at the Alstonville Showground
Byron Farmers Market – Thurs from 8am – 11am, at the Butler Street Reserve, Byron Bay.
Bangalow Farmers Market – Sat from 8am -11am, at the Bangalow Hotel Carpark.
Lismore Farmers Market — Sat, Lismore Showgrounds Alexandra Parade, Lismore
Ballina Farmers Market – Sun from 6am – 5pm at Missingham Bridge.
Lennox Head Market – 2nd and 5th Sunday of the month
Byron Bay Market – Butler St Reserve – 1st Sunday of the month
Channon Market – Coronation Park, The Channon – 2nd Sunday of the month
Lismore Car Boot Market – Lismore Shopping Square, 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month
Mullumbimby Museum Market — Stuart Street, 3rd Sunday of the month
Bangalow Market — Bangalow Show Grounds, 4th Sunday of the month