Brockville Garden Club - Mid-year Lunch

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Mid-year Winter Lunch and DVD
Followed by a Swap & Sample of favourite recipes.
Sales table (with EFTPOS) plus raffle to follow as usual.

Community Church Hall
Midday, Tuesday 3 July

Planting Natives

Friday, July 6, 2018

Moira Parker shares 30 years of tips and tricks.
Botanic Garden information centre, (near duck pond)
Friday 6 July, 12 noon
Free of charge

South Dunedin Dance Club

Wednesday, June 13, 2018 to Saturday, October 13, 2018

Come dance with us!
South Dunedin Community Hall
Thursdays 7:30pm

Diabetes research

Monday, June 11, 2018 to Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Do you have Type II Diabetes? If you are 35 years or over living in Dunedin or Invercargill and have been diagnosed with type II diabetes, we would like to invite you to take part in this study! How does Diabetes Community Exercise and Education Programme (a 12-week exercise and education programme) compare to a well-researched education programme called DESMOND (one-day, self-management education programme for people with type II diabetes)? The study will consist of a total of 220 participants.

For more information, contact: School of Physiotherapy, University of Otago T: 0800 687 489 E:

Community Conversations - A learning and networking event: Accessible Communities

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Community Builders evening

Short keynote from Robbie Francis on
"Accessible Communities" and the opportunity for open conversation and networking.

Nibbles provided and cash bar, please fill in the RSVP for numbers and dietary requirements.

5:30pm -7pm Thursday 21st June

The HUB, Dunedin Polytech

Robbie Francis has been a proud advocate for the disability community for many years. Robbie is the co-founder of The Lucy Foundation, an organisation committed to empowering people with disabilities by working with local communities to promote education, employment and a culture of disability inclusiveness through environmentally, economically and ethically sustainable trade. Robbie, who lives with a disability herself, is particularly passionate about developing more inclusive, safer and peaceful communities through sustainable and collaborative initiatives. Robbie is in the final weeks of her PHD at University of Otago, where her research has been focused on inclusive and accessible methodologies and the experiences of people with disabilities during conflict and displacement.

Things Change: Martin Phillipps and The Chills

Saturday, June 23, 2018 to Monday, July 23, 2018

Commences Saturday 23rd June
Otago Museum
This will be Martin and The Chills as you haven’t seen them before and both the creation process
and the exhibition itself will form part of the film being created by Notable Productions.