Rubbish clean up at Invercargill Estuary Walkway
Saturday, September 19, 11am.
Meet at Bond St car park.
Bring own gloves, bags and a keep cup.
Organiser: Sian Mair, 027 940 2374 or www.seasocietynz.com.
To he, or not to she, they are the question!
A workshop about why personal pronouns matter, how to understand and respect them.
Hosts: Chroma the LGBTQI+ initiative for Southland and Miharo.
Sunday, September 20, 11am-1pm.
Miharo, 28 Don St. Koha entry.
Limited spaces: RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Featuring five choirs – A Capella Singers, Ensemble, Momentum and Dimensions (SBHS) and Feem (SGHS).
First Church, Tay St, Invercargill.
Sunday, September 20, 3pm (Only if in alert level 1).
Door sales only: Adults $20, Senior Citizens $15, students $10, children free.
South Alive – Community Constable Chat
Tuesday, September 22, noon – 1pm.
For people who have any queries or concerns about things in their community, they can have a chat with the South City Constable.
He will be sitting at one of the tables in The Pantry, Grace St, South Invercargill.
Quiz night and games night
For all ages.
Invercargill Workingmen’s Club, Don St.
Thursday, September 24, 6.30pm.
Supporting: Chemo crazies, a local charity which offers support and activity packs to children in hospital.
Cost: $20 for a team of four in the quiz, or a $5 entry fee for the other activities, but doesn’t include the quiz.bridgemediaNike SB