The Oberon Council will be holding the Biggest Morning tea to help raise funds for the Cancer Council Australia. The morning tea will be held 10am - 12pm on Thursday 25 May 2017. There will be a gold coin donation.
Our current featured programs are listed below.
For any further information or specific enquiries on events, programs and festivals, please contact Oberon Council Offices on (02) 6329 8100.
Oberon's Biggest Morning Tea - Thursday 25 May 2017
National Simultaneous Storytime 2017 - Wednesday 24 May 2017
Join the staff of the Oberon Council Library at 11am Wednesday 24 May 2017 for the National Simultaneous Storytime. The story for 2017 is the Cow Tripped over the Moon written by Tony Wilson and Illustrated by Laura Wood.
For further information and to RSVP please contact the Oberon Council Libray on 6329 8220.
Julie Ankers Author of Feisty Fabulous and 50+ Talk - 12 May 2017
Julie Ankers the author of Feisty Fabulous and 50+ will be at the Oberon Library to share stories and talk at 2pm on Friday 12 May 2017. Afternoon tea will be provided.
For catering purposes please RSVP to the Oberon Council Library by Wednesday 10 May 2017.
For further information or to RSVP, please contact the Oberon Council Library on 6329 8220.
Waste to Art 2017 Community Art Competition 2017
The Waste to Art Exhibition will be held Wednesday 7 June - Friday 9 June 11am - 4pm and Saturday 10 June 2017 10am - 1pm at the Robert Hooper Community Centre, Fleming Street, Oberon. (Please note the change of venue). The theme 2017 Year of Plastic Bags and Soft Plastic Packaging but all other recycled materials can be used. All Artists, Crafters, Hobbyists, Professionals, Schools and all ages are welcome to submit an artwork and there are great prizes to be won.
FREE CPR TRAINING FOR PARENTS
Drowning is the leading cause of death for children under 5 years of age. The most common location for young children to drown is backyard swimming pools.
Children can drown in 5cm of water in less than two minutes without a sound.
Free online training for CPR is now available for parents and can be found at www.cprtrainingforparents.org.au through the Sydney’s Children’s Hospital Network.