Take part in our Community Quilt project and celebrate the incredible effort we made together under Level 4 Covid-19 Lockdown. Come along and join Kim Lawrence for a “Stitching Bee” workshop. bring your quilt piece and work on it during the workshop. Morning tea provided.
Nelson Tasman Business Trust, in partnership with Rata Foundation, is looking for up to ten Community organisations to enrol for 12 months of individual tailored mentoring with an experienced Business Mentor, four targeted training workshops and regular group meetings. Full details on the attached file. Expressions of interest are open until 30th August to [email protected]
Explore historical and artistic elements of “blue” with local artist Marian Painter. How do artists use “Blue” to interpret their world of art? Have a go at creating your own “blue” picture. Bring water paints and a brush, crayons or pens and paper.
Judy Fisher will talk about her new book called “Off the hook: one woman’s search for happiness and adventure on land and sea”.
Join Charlotte Squire and learn how to write your “Life memories”. Everybody has a story worth sharing. Bookings preferred Bring pen and paper.
Join us to hear about Carol Duffy’s children’s book “Do not feed the kea”, a book about native birds of New Zealand. Meet Bailey O’Malley, the young talented illustrator. Books for sale $20 Colouring competition winners will be announced.
Yeah! - Free Computer classes are back at Richmond Library. Create a photobook for family, demystify TradeMe or learn how to use Facebook. All classes are small informal groups where there is plenty of hands on practice and question time. These great introductory computer classes are available again from August.
We're looking for two smallish rectangular desks in good condition, one to share with Supporting Families as a hot desk, and the other for our office at Volunteer Nelson. If you have any to sell or donate we'd love to hear from you.
Alzheimers Nelson runs monthly support groups for carers of people with dementia. We also run a variety of social groups for people living with dementia, for those with early memory loss and a monthly morning coffee group. We also run a Library Drop-in Clinic providing Dementia information and advice. If you are interested in joining, please get in touch with us to find a group / service most suitable for you.