Events

We are a vibrant, diverse community where there is always an interesting activity or event to get along to.

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Here we list some of our favourite upcoming events, scroll down to see what’s on.  Please choose the filter to search for particular events like ARTS, SENIORS and YOUTH eg.

Arabic Calligraphy

KIN Creative Space 20 Beach Road, Kingston Beach, Tasmania

About this event Learn to write your name in Arabic and experience the calming nature of the brush on paper. Embrace the mindfulness of Arabic Calligraphy with Halima as she guides you through the history of this ancient art form. A chance to explore the unique modulations of this cultural art form through pictograms, strokes…

The Mindful Art of Elements: Ceramic Workshop

KIN Creative Space 20 Beach Road, Kingston Beach, Tasmania

By working with the elements our journey begins as we incorporate mindful intention into our awareness and creative process. About this event Earth, Fire, Water and Air! We’ll access and reflect how these elements work within and throughout our process as creatives. Join us for a ceramics workshop designed to show you the basics of…

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Herbal Remedies – Essential Natural Products

KIN Creative Space 20 Beach Road, Kingston Beach, Tasmania

Turn plants into essential remedies for the home and body. About this event This three hour intensive workshop will introduce participants to external preparations that you can make at home using plants that will grow in your garden. Sarah is a qualified naturopath with a long history of using herbs and works professionally as a…

Community Yoga End of Year

Kingborough Community Hub 7 Goshawk Way, Kingston, TAS

Revitalize, replenish and give back to yourself with yoga. Book your tickets via this link 

Create a Bug Hotel

KIN Creative Space 20 Beach Road, Kingston Beach, Tasmania

Join Cassey from Forest Organics in a 2 hour Nature & Art based workshop that explores our relationship with Nature, Art and Ourselves. Bookings here

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mumara patrula – wood for the fire (walking tour)

Trial Bay Trial Bay Boat Ramp, Kettering, TAS

On this tour, the stories unfold as you take a gentle walk on a bush track along the coastline of Trial Bay, Tasmania. About this event This enlightening and moving guided tour is written by award-winning palawa and Warlpiri woman Nunami Sculthorpe-Green from Blak Led Tours Tasmania. It is the first and only Aboriginal authored…

Herbal Tincture Making

KIN Creative Space 20 Beach Road, Kingston Beach, Tasmania

Discover how to turn fresh and dried plants into long term shelf stable medicine. About this event This three- hour intensive workshop will detail the complete process of tincture making using alcohol, vinegar and glycerin. YOU WILL LEARN to follow formulas and create tinctures via maceration and percolation as well as the unique requirements of…

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mumara patrula – wood for the fire (walking tour)

Trial Bay Trial Bay Boat Ramp, Kettering, TAS

On this tour, the stories unfold as you take a gentle walk on a bush track along the coastline of Trial Bay, Tasmania. About this event This enlightening and moving guided tour is written by award-winning palawa and Warlpiri woman Nunami Sculthorpe-Green from Blak Led Tours Tasmania. It is the first and only Aboriginal authored…

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mumara patrula – wood for the fire (walking tour)

Trial Bay Trial Bay Boat Ramp, Kettering, TAS

On this tour, the stories unfold as you take a gentle walk on a bush track along the coastline of Trial Bay, Tasmania. About this event This enlightening and moving guided tour is written by award-winning palawa and Warlpiri woman Nunami Sculthorpe-Green from Blak Led Tours Tasmania. It is the first and only Aboriginal authored…

Recurring

mumara patrula – wood for the fire (walking tour)

Trial Bay Trial Bay Boat Ramp, Kettering, TAS

On this tour, the stories unfold as you take a gentle walk on a bush track along the coastline of Trial Bay, Tasmania. About this event This enlightening and moving guided tour is written by award-winning palawa and Warlpiri woman Nunami Sculthorpe-Green from Blak Led Tours Tasmania. It is the first and only Aboriginal authored…