Things to do in Murray Bridge: June 4-10, 2021
Find out about Silent Ripples' memorial service, Rachael Leahcar's Beatles show, cars, coffee and more.
Most of us know what it feels like to grieve a loved one.
But there can be a certain isolation about grieving someone who took his or her own life.
Local support group Silent Ripples is about ending that isolation, and helping people wade through the depths of their despair.
If that sounds like you, come along to the group’s annual memorial service at the Round House, in Murray Bridge, this Sunday.
Help is available for anyone who needs it.
Lunchbox ideas with Rebecca Niejalke: 12-2pm at Murray Bridge Community Centre, 18 Beatty Terrace. Get some new, healthy ideas for school lunches, learn how to understand food labels, brunch provided. Register: 8582 3823.
More than a Word exhibition opening: 2.30-4.30pm at the Coorong Gallery, Tailem Bend. Pay tribute to the district’s Ngarrindjeri history, heritage and culture during National Reconciliation Week, with refreshments from Little Local Co. RSVP: email@example.com.
River Murray football and netball: Jervois v Mannum at Jervois Oval; Meningie v Imperials at Meningie Oval; Mypolonga v Tailem Bend at Mypolonga Memorial Oval.
Rachael Leahcar Beatles tribute show: 8pm at Murray Bridge Town Hall. The singer and her band pay tribute to the Beatles by playing all your favourites. Tickets: $30/25 at events.ticketbooth.com.au.
Cars and Coffee Murray Bridge: 8am at the wharf precinct, Murray Bridge. Car enthusiasts’ social group; check out the cars, have a coffee and a bite to eat.
Mannum Riverside Markets: 9am-2.30pm at Arnold Park. Food, handicrafts, fresh produce, busking, coffee and more.
Silent Ripples memory day: 2pm at the Round House, Murray Bridge. A day to honour those who have taken their own lives and those left behind, in the Silent Ripples memorial garden. Get help: Lifeline 13 11 14, silentripples.net/contact-us.
Author talk with Darry Fraser: 2pm at Murray Bridge Library. Hear from the Kangaroo Island-based author of fast-paced historical drama fiction. Book: 8539 1175.
Meals on Wheels 50 years luncheon: From 1pm at Murray Bridge Club, all current and past members welcome.
Come say g’day to Murray Bridge News: 2-4pm at Murray Bridge Community Centre.
An evening with Sophie Thomson: 6-7.30pm at Murray Bridge Library. Learn how to fall in love with your soil and grow great plants with less water. Book: 8539 1175.
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