Events

Wish you were here: tokens of travel
5 December 2017 - 28 April 2018

Wish you were here: tokens of travel

Sending postcards and buying a souvenir or two were once part and parcel of a trip away, before the days of personal cameras and instant selfies. Ceramic dishes, trinkets, cups and saucers, toothpick holders, spoons, and tea towels were some of the most popular take-home items and were produced in their thousands.

Charming examples of all these souvenirs are among Tweed Regional Museum’s latest exhibition, Wish you were here: tokens of travel, which features souvenirs of the Tweed from the early 1900s through to the present.
Wish you were here includes a strong focus on holidays at the beach, which was a big reason for holidaying in the Tweed and around the border. Many postcards and other items show beach scenes, camping, guesthouses and holiday activities.

The exhibition also includes over 25 items of souvenir ware on loan from the Queensland Museum, and iPads where visitors can explore over a hundred postcards and tourist guides dating back to the 1920s.

Circus Rio
20 April 2018 - 29 April 2018

Circus Rio

Circus Rio is a performance that has been conceptualised by leading visionaries in the Industry. The team behind this extravaganza have put on shows throughout the globe,
including Europe, Japan, The USA and Russia.

Circus Rio is themed around Rio de Janeiro’s famous Carnival with authentic costumes, music and performances such as samba and capoeira dancing, each with their own twist.

An explosion of life, colour, motorbikes, aerialists and more! Don’t miss out!

Come along to feel the heat of Rio!

Acts include but are not limited to:
• FMX Motorbikes
• Aerials *inc flying trapeze
• Wheel of death
• Creative Ballet
• Acrobatics
• And much more!

Tickets can be bought via Ticketek.com.au but be quick this is a guaranteed sell out!

#circusrio #circus #entertainment

Circus Rio
21 April 2018 - 30 April 2018

Circus Rio

Circus Rio is a performance that has been conceptualised by leading visionaries in the Industry. The team behind this extravaganza have put on shows throughout the globe,
including Europe, Japan, The USA and Russia.

Circus Rio is themed around Rio de Janeiro’s famous Carnival with authentic costumes, music and performances such as samba and capoeira dancing, each with their own twist.

An explosion of life, colour, motorbikes, aerialists and more! Don’t miss out!

Come along to feel the heat of Rio!

Acts include but are not limited to:
• FMX Motorbikes
• Aerials *inc flying trapeze
• Wheel of death
• Creative Ballet
• Acrobatics
• And much more!

Tickets can be bought via Ticketek.com.au but be quick this is a guaranteed sell out!

#circusrio #circus #entertainment

Circus Rio
22 April 2018 - 1 May 2018

Circus Rio

Circus Rio is a performance that has been conceptualised by leading visionaries in the Industry. The team behind this extravaganza have put on shows throughout the globe,
including Europe, Japan, The USA and Russia.

Circus Rio is themed around Rio de Janeiro’s famous Carnival with authentic costumes, music and performances such as samba and capoeira dancing, each with their own twist.

An explosion of life, colour, motorbikes, aerialists and more! Don’t miss out!

Come along to feel the heat of Rio!

Acts include but are not limited to:
• FMX Motorbikes
• Aerials *inc flying trapeze
• Wheel of death
• Creative Ballet
• Acrobatics
• And much more!

Tickets can be bought via Ticketek.com.au but be quick this is a guaranteed sell out!

#circusrio #circus #entertainment

Circus Rio
23 April 2018 - 2 May 2018

Circus Rio

Circus Rio is a performance that has been conceptualised by leading visionaries in the Industry. The team behind this extravaganza have put on shows throughout the globe,
including Europe, Japan, The USA and Russia.

Circus Rio is themed around Rio de Janeiro’s famous Carnival with authentic costumes, music and performances such as samba and capoeira dancing, each with their own twist.

An explosion of life, colour, motorbikes, aerialists and more! Don’t miss out!

Come along to feel the heat of Rio!

Acts include but are not limited to:
• FMX Motorbikes
• Aerials *inc flying trapeze
• Wheel of death
• Creative Ballet
• Acrobatics
• And much more!

Tickets can be bought via Ticketek.com.au but be quick this is a guaranteed sell out!

#circusrio #circus #entertainment

Tyalgum Village Market
24 April 2018 - 25 April 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Circus Rio
24 April 2018 - 3 May 2018

Circus Rio

Circus Rio is a performance that has been conceptualised by leading visionaries in the Industry. The team behind this extravaganza have put on shows throughout the globe,
including Europe, Japan, The USA and Russia.

Circus Rio is themed around Rio de Janeiro’s famous Carnival with authentic costumes, music and performances such as samba and capoeira dancing, each with their own twist.

An explosion of life, colour, motorbikes, aerialists and more! Don’t miss out!

Come along to feel the heat of Rio!

Acts include but are not limited to:
• FMX Motorbikes
• Aerials *inc flying trapeze
• Wheel of death
• Creative Ballet
• Acrobatics
• And much more!

Tickets can be bought via Ticketek.com.au but be quick this is a guaranteed sell out!

#circusrio #circus #entertainment

Tyalgum Village Market
25 April 2018 - 26 April 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

The Temple Door cooking school – VEGETARIAN 
25 April 2018

The Temple Door cooking school – VEGETARIAN 

Circus Rio
25 April 2018 - 4 May 2018

Circus Rio

Circus Rio is a performance that has been conceptualised by leading visionaries in the Industry. The team behind this extravaganza have put on shows throughout the globe,
including Europe, Japan, The USA and Russia.

Circus Rio is themed around Rio de Janeiro’s famous Carnival with authentic costumes, music and performances such as samba and capoeira dancing, each with their own twist.

An explosion of life, colour, motorbikes, aerialists and more! Don’t miss out!

Come along to feel the heat of Rio!

Acts include but are not limited to:
• FMX Motorbikes
• Aerials *inc flying trapeze
• Wheel of death
• Creative Ballet
• Acrobatics
• And much more!

Tickets can be bought via Ticketek.com.au but be quick this is a guaranteed sell out!

#circusrio #circus #entertainment

Tyalgum Village Market
26 April 2018 - 27 April 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Circus Rio
26 April 2018 - 5 May 2018

Circus Rio

Circus Rio is a performance that has been conceptualised by leading visionaries in the Industry. The team behind this extravaganza have put on shows throughout the globe,
including Europe, Japan, The USA and Russia.

Circus Rio is themed around Rio de Janeiro’s famous Carnival with authentic costumes, music and performances such as samba and capoeira dancing, each with their own twist.

An explosion of life, colour, motorbikes, aerialists and more! Don’t miss out!

Come along to feel the heat of Rio!

Acts include but are not limited to:
• FMX Motorbikes
• Aerials *inc flying trapeze
• Wheel of death
• Creative Ballet
• Acrobatics
• And much more!

Tickets can be bought via Ticketek.com.au but be quick this is a guaranteed sell out!

#circusrio #circus #entertainment

Tyalgum Village Market
27 April 2018 - 28 April 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Circus Rio
27 April 2018 - 6 May 2018

Circus Rio

Circus Rio is a performance that has been conceptualised by leading visionaries in the Industry. The team behind this extravaganza have put on shows throughout the globe,
including Europe, Japan, The USA and Russia.

Circus Rio is themed around Rio de Janeiro’s famous Carnival with authentic costumes, music and performances such as samba and capoeira dancing, each with their own twist.

An explosion of life, colour, motorbikes, aerialists and more! Don’t miss out!

Come along to feel the heat of Rio!

Acts include but are not limited to:
• FMX Motorbikes
• Aerials *inc flying trapeze
• Wheel of death
• Creative Ballet
• Acrobatics
• And much more!

Tickets can be bought via Ticketek.com.au but be quick this is a guaranteed sell out!

#circusrio #circus #entertainment

Tyalgum Village Market
28 April 2018 - 29 April 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

The Temple Door cooking school – AUSTRALIAN BUSH FLAVOURS SEAFOOD
28 April 2018

The Temple Door cooking school – AUSTRALIAN BUSH FLAVOURS SEAFOOD

Starlight Cinema Outdoor Movie Night
28 April 2018

Starlight Cinema Outdoor Movie Night

Join us for a night under the stars for a free screening of the recently released family-friendly movie The Greatest Showman in the Cabarita Beach village green.

Bring a deck chair or picnic rug to sit on and enjoy a great movie, plus we will have entertainment! There will be food trucks in the park from 6pm with live music before the show.

The entertainment will start from 5pm and the screening will commence at dusk, approximately 6pm.

Date: 28 April 2018
Time: 6pm
Location: Victory Park, Pandanus Pade
Cost: Gold coin donation

Screening : The Greatest Showman (PG)
The Greatest Showman is an original musical that celebrates the birth of show business & tells of a visionary who rose from nothing to create a spectacle that became a worldwide sensation.

The Cabarita youth service will be selling popcorn, lollie bags, glow sticks, water and soft drinks.

Thank you to our sponsor The Stunned Mullet at Caba for helping us bring you a community event

Circus Rio
28 April 2018 - 7 May 2018

Circus Rio

Circus Rio is a performance that has been conceptualised by leading visionaries in the Industry. The team behind this extravaganza have put on shows throughout the globe,
including Europe, Japan, The USA and Russia.

Circus Rio is themed around Rio de Janeiro’s famous Carnival with authentic costumes, music and performances such as samba and capoeira dancing, each with their own twist.

An explosion of life, colour, motorbikes, aerialists and more! Don’t miss out!

Come along to feel the heat of Rio!

Acts include but are not limited to:
• FMX Motorbikes
• Aerials *inc flying trapeze
• Wheel of death
• Creative Ballet
• Acrobatics
• And much more!

Tickets can be bought via Ticketek.com.au but be quick this is a guaranteed sell out!

#circusrio #circus #entertainment

Tweed Ball Series 2018
28 April 2018 - 29 April 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
29 April 2018 - 30 April 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

The Lyrebird Trio in Concert at Flutterbies Cottage Cafe
29 April 2018

The Lyrebird Trio in Concert at Flutterbies Cottage Cafe

A special event is coming to Flutterbies Cafe in Tyalgum: The Lyrebird Trio is comprised of Australian musicians Glenn Christensen (violin), Simon Cobcroft (cello) and Angela Turner (piano), all distinguished graduates of the Queensland Conservatorium. The Trio was formed in 2013 and they regularly perform right across Australia with featured concerts at Melbourne Recital Hall, Sydney Opera House among others, they have had recordings and broadcasts on ABC Classic FM, and MBS networks. Outside of the trio, Glenn Christensen is a member of the Australian Chamber Orchestra; Simon Cobcroft is Principal Cello with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, and Angela Turner is a lecturer at the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University. For the Flutterbies concert they will be performing the spirited Haydn Gypsy trio, as well as works by Kopetz and Mendelssohn as well as an original work called ‘Of The Sea, The Moon and of You’. The concert is $50 per person and includes a Champagne Gold cocktail on arrival. Book for lunch before the concert. Cocktail and Dessert menu available at interval. For any enquiries contact 0488 713 241.

Circus Rio
29 April 2018 - 8 May 2018

Circus Rio

Circus Rio is a performance that has been conceptualised by leading visionaries in the Industry. The team behind this extravaganza have put on shows throughout the globe,
including Europe, Japan, The USA and Russia.

Circus Rio is themed around Rio de Janeiro’s famous Carnival with authentic costumes, music and performances such as samba and capoeira dancing, each with their own twist.

An explosion of life, colour, motorbikes, aerialists and more! Don’t miss out!

Come along to feel the heat of Rio!

Acts include but are not limited to:
• FMX Motorbikes
• Aerials *inc flying trapeze
• Wheel of death
• Creative Ballet
• Acrobatics
• And much more!

Tickets can be bought via Ticketek.com.au but be quick this is a guaranteed sell out!

#circusrio #circus #entertainment

Tweed Ball Series 2018
29 April 2018 - 30 April 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
30 April 2018 - 1 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
30 April 2018 - 1 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
1 May 2018 - 2 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
1 May 2018 - 2 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
2 May 2018 - 3 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
2 May 2018 - 3 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
3 May 2018 - 4 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
3 May 2018 - 4 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
4 May 2018 - 5 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
4 May 2018 - 5 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
5 May 2018 - 6 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
5 May 2018 - 6 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
6 May 2018 - 7 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
6 May 2018 - 7 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
7 May 2018 - 8 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
7 May 2018 - 8 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
8 May 2018 - 9 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
8 May 2018 - 9 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
9 May 2018 - 10 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
9 May 2018 - 10 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
10 May 2018 - 11 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
10 May 2018 - 11 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
11 May 2018 - 12 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
11 May 2018 - 12 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
12 May 2018 - 13 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
12 May 2018 - 13 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
13 May 2018 - 14 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
13 May 2018 - 14 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
14 May 2018 - 15 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
14 May 2018 - 15 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
15 May 2018 - 16 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
15 May 2018 - 16 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
16 May 2018 - 17 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
16 May 2018 - 17 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
17 May 2018 - 18 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
17 May 2018 - 18 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
18 May 2018 - 19 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)
18 May 2018 - 19 May 2018

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)

They’re back and funnier than ever – all your favourite characters from the famed TV series Vicar Of Dibley in a brand new live show. Laugh out loud to another adventure with the Vicar, Alice, David, Hugo, Frank, Jim and Owen. You’ll be rolling in the aisles.

Showing on May 18, 19, 25, 26, 29, June 1, 2, 3. Night shows at 7.30pm, Sunday afternoon shows at 2pm

 

Tweed Ball Series 2018
18 May 2018 - 19 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
19 May 2018 - 20 May 2018

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Tyalgum Village Market
19 May 2018 - 20 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)
19 May 2018 - 20 May 2018

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)

They’re back and funnier than ever – all your favourite characters from the famed TV series Vicar Of Dibley in a brand new live show. Laugh out loud to another adventure with the Vicar, Alice, David, Hugo, Frank, Jim and Owen. You’ll be rolling in the aisles.

Showing on May 18, 19, 25, 26, 29, June 1, 2, 3. Night shows at 7.30pm, Sunday afternoon shows at 2pm

 

Tweed Ball Series 2018
19 May 2018 - 20 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Heart of the Caldera Wellness Festival
20 May 2018

Heart of the Caldera Wellness Festival

The sixth annual Wellness Festival will be held on Sunday 20th May, from 9am-3pm. Bigger than ever, this year’s stalls will span from the Tyalgum Hall to the Wellbeing Centre, next door to Flutterbies. Product and Information stalls will be held in the Tyalgum Hall and grounds, and treatment booths, readings and therapists will be in the Market grounds of Celestial Dew Guesthouse and the Wellbeing Centre.

The Wellness Festival celebrates and promotes alll things associated with natural healing, and wellbeing for the body, mind, spirit and the planet.
Entry is a gold coin donation to support the Tyalgum Community Hall.
All enquiries please contact
Anna Maria on 0499 915 286.

Piggabeen Valley Market
20 May 2018 - 21 May 2018

Piggabeen Valley Market

Piggabeen Valley Market – 9am – 1pm (NSW)

 THIRD Sunday of the Month – Feb to Nov        

  •  10 to 10.30am – Wellness talks
  • 11 am – Prizes for Best Hat & Pig Flying Competition!
  • Live Music
  • Clairvoyant, Healers & Aromatouch Massage
  • Handmade Arts & Crafts
  • Plants
  • Homemade Food
  • Tea & Coffee
  • Local Produce
  • Bric a Brac

Come to our pretty peaceful valley  – A place for you to be “Relaxed & chilled out, nice energy & beautiful place” – BYO picnic rug or chairs, enjoy the music while you brunch, lunch and shop!   Enjoy our lovely friendly country atmosphere & friendly vibe!  A great variety of stalls awaits!  For more information contact Liz at aquaworkout@mail.com or find us on facebook at www.facebook.com/PiggabeenValleyMarket.   

Tyalgum Village Market
20 May 2018 - 21 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)
20 May 2018 - 21 May 2018

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)

They’re back and funnier than ever – all your favourite characters from the famed TV series Vicar Of Dibley in a brand new live show. Laugh out loud to another adventure with the Vicar, Alice, David, Hugo, Frank, Jim and Owen. You’ll be rolling in the aisles.

Showing on May 18, 19, 25, 26, 29, June 1, 2, 3. Night shows at 7.30pm, Sunday afternoon shows at 2pm

 

Tweed Ball Series 2018
20 May 2018 - 21 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
21 May 2018 - 22 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)
21 May 2018 - 22 May 2018

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)

They’re back and funnier than ever – all your favourite characters from the famed TV series Vicar Of Dibley in a brand new live show. Laugh out loud to another adventure with the Vicar, Alice, David, Hugo, Frank, Jim and Owen. You’ll be rolling in the aisles.

Showing on May 18, 19, 25, 26, 29, June 1, 2, 3. Night shows at 7.30pm, Sunday afternoon shows at 2pm

 

Tweed Ball Series 2018
21 May 2018 - 22 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
22 May 2018 - 23 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)
22 May 2018 - 23 May 2018

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)

They’re back and funnier than ever – all your favourite characters from the famed TV series Vicar Of Dibley in a brand new live show. Laugh out loud to another adventure with the Vicar, Alice, David, Hugo, Frank, Jim and Owen. You’ll be rolling in the aisles.

Showing on May 18, 19, 25, 26, 29, June 1, 2, 3. Night shows at 7.30pm, Sunday afternoon shows at 2pm

 

Tweed Ball Series 2018
22 May 2018 - 23 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
23 May 2018 - 24 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)
23 May 2018 - 24 May 2018

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)

They’re back and funnier than ever – all your favourite characters from the famed TV series Vicar Of Dibley in a brand new live show. Laugh out loud to another adventure with the Vicar, Alice, David, Hugo, Frank, Jim and Owen. You’ll be rolling in the aisles.

Showing on May 18, 19, 25, 26, 29, June 1, 2, 3. Night shows at 7.30pm, Sunday afternoon shows at 2pm

 

Tweed Ball Series 2018
23 May 2018 - 24 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
24 May 2018 - 25 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)
24 May 2018 - 25 May 2018

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)

They’re back and funnier than ever – all your favourite characters from the famed TV series Vicar Of Dibley in a brand new live show. Laugh out loud to another adventure with the Vicar, Alice, David, Hugo, Frank, Jim and Owen. You’ll be rolling in the aisles.

Showing on May 18, 19, 25, 26, 29, June 1, 2, 3. Night shows at 7.30pm, Sunday afternoon shows at 2pm

 

Tweed Ball Series 2018
24 May 2018 - 25 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
25 May 2018 - 26 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)
25 May 2018 - 26 May 2018

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)

They’re back and funnier than ever – all your favourite characters from the famed TV series Vicar Of Dibley in a brand new live show. Laugh out loud to another adventure with the Vicar, Alice, David, Hugo, Frank, Jim and Owen. You’ll be rolling in the aisles.

Showing on May 18, 19, 25, 26, 29, June 1, 2, 3. Night shows at 7.30pm, Sunday afternoon shows at 2pm

 

Tweed Ball Series 2018
25 May 2018 - 26 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
26 May 2018 - 27 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)
26 May 2018 - 27 May 2018

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)

They’re back and funnier than ever – all your favourite characters from the famed TV series Vicar Of Dibley in a brand new live show. Laugh out loud to another adventure with the Vicar, Alice, David, Hugo, Frank, Jim and Owen. You’ll be rolling in the aisles.

Showing on May 18, 19, 25, 26, 29, June 1, 2, 3. Night shows at 7.30pm, Sunday afternoon shows at 2pm

 

Tweed Ball Series 2018
26 May 2018 - 27 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
27 May 2018 - 28 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)
27 May 2018 - 28 May 2018

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)

They’re back and funnier than ever – all your favourite characters from the famed TV series Vicar Of Dibley in a brand new live show. Laugh out loud to another adventure with the Vicar, Alice, David, Hugo, Frank, Jim and Owen. You’ll be rolling in the aisles.

Showing on May 18, 19, 25, 26, 29, June 1, 2, 3. Night shows at 7.30pm, Sunday afternoon shows at 2pm

 

Tweed Ball Series 2018
27 May 2018 - 28 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
28 May 2018 - 29 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)
28 May 2018 - 29 May 2018

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)

They’re back and funnier than ever – all your favourite characters from the famed TV series Vicar Of Dibley in a brand new live show. Laugh out loud to another adventure with the Vicar, Alice, David, Hugo, Frank, Jim and Owen. You’ll be rolling in the aisles.

Showing on May 18, 19, 25, 26, 29, June 1, 2, 3. Night shows at 7.30pm, Sunday afternoon shows at 2pm

 

Tweed Ball Series 2018
28 May 2018 - 29 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
29 May 2018 - 30 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)
29 May 2018 - 30 May 2018

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)

They’re back and funnier than ever – all your favourite characters from the famed TV series Vicar Of Dibley in a brand new live show. Laugh out loud to another adventure with the Vicar, Alice, David, Hugo, Frank, Jim and Owen. You’ll be rolling in the aisles.

Showing on May 18, 19, 25, 26, 29, June 1, 2, 3. Night shows at 7.30pm, Sunday afternoon shows at 2pm

 

Tweed Ball Series 2018
29 May 2018 - 30 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
30 May 2018 - 31 May 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)
30 May 2018 - 31 May 2018

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)

They’re back and funnier than ever – all your favourite characters from the famed TV series Vicar Of Dibley in a brand new live show. Laugh out loud to another adventure with the Vicar, Alice, David, Hugo, Frank, Jim and Owen. You’ll be rolling in the aisles.

Showing on May 18, 19, 25, 26, 29, June 1, 2, 3. Night shows at 7.30pm, Sunday afternoon shows at 2pm

 

Tweed Ball Series 2018
30 May 2018 - 31 May 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
31 May 2018 - 1 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)
31 May 2018 - 1 June 2018

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)

They’re back and funnier than ever – all your favourite characters from the famed TV series Vicar Of Dibley in a brand new live show. Laugh out loud to another adventure with the Vicar, Alice, David, Hugo, Frank, Jim and Owen. You’ll be rolling in the aisles.

Showing on May 18, 19, 25, 26, 29, June 1, 2, 3. Night shows at 7.30pm, Sunday afternoon shows at 2pm

 

Tweed Ball Series 2018
31 May 2018 - 1 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
1 June 2018 - 2 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)
1 June 2018 - 2 June 2018

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)

They’re back and funnier than ever – all your favourite characters from the famed TV series Vicar Of Dibley in a brand new live show. Laugh out loud to another adventure with the Vicar, Alice, David, Hugo, Frank, Jim and Owen. You’ll be rolling in the aisles.

Showing on May 18, 19, 25, 26, 29, June 1, 2, 3. Night shows at 7.30pm, Sunday afternoon shows at 2pm

 

Tweed Ball Series 2018
1 June 2018 - 2 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
2 June 2018 - 3 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)
2 June 2018 - 3 June 2018

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)

They’re back and funnier than ever – all your favourite characters from the famed TV series Vicar Of Dibley in a brand new live show. Laugh out loud to another adventure with the Vicar, Alice, David, Hugo, Frank, Jim and Owen. You’ll be rolling in the aisles.

Showing on May 18, 19, 25, 26, 29, June 1, 2, 3. Night shows at 7.30pm, Sunday afternoon shows at 2pm

 

Tweed Ball Series 2018
2 June 2018 - 3 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
3 June 2018 - 4 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

World Environment Day Festival
3 June 2018

World Environment Day Festival

Caldera Environment Centre is holding its annual World Environment Day Festival on Sunday 3 June from 10am to 3pm at Knox Park in Murwillumbah.

“Beat Plastic Pollution” (If you can’t reuse it, refuse it) is the United Nations theme for World Environment Day 2018 – a call to action for all of us to come together to combat one of the great environmental challenges of our time.

For more information about this year’s World Environment Day theme visit http://worldenvironmentday.global/en/about/beat-plastic-pollution

The World Environment Day Festival promotes sustainability and protection of the natural environment and encourages people to care for the environment by providing the information, resources and encouragement to reduce our environmental footprint.

The Festival will include presentations, demonstrations, stalls with local community groups, schools and sustainable businesses, environmental art, children’s activities, speakers space, musical entertainment and delicious food.

Renewable energy will be showcased by the Tyalgum Energy Project solar trailer producing power from the sun on the day and stalls by Enova Energy, the Northern rivers based community owned electricity retailer and Tweed Climate Action Now (Tweed CAN).

Presenters at this year’s event will include Sue Higginson former lead solicitor for the Environmental Defenders Office, Aidan Ricketts, trainer and author of the “Activist’s Handbook” and Jeremy Tager, former environmental advisor to Greenpeace and Friends of the Earth.

The World Environment Day Festival is a sponsored event of Tweed Shire Council.  Everyone is welcome to join the celebration, have fun, be informed and inspired.

For more information or to book a stall email caldera@calderaenvironmentcentre.org

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)
3 June 2018 - 4 June 2018

Vicar of Dibley (A Year In Dibley)

They’re back and funnier than ever – all your favourite characters from the famed TV series Vicar Of Dibley in a brand new live show. Laugh out loud to another adventure with the Vicar, Alice, David, Hugo, Frank, Jim and Owen. You’ll be rolling in the aisles.

Showing on May 18, 19, 25, 26, 29, June 1, 2, 3. Night shows at 7.30pm, Sunday afternoon shows at 2pm

 

Tweed Ball Series 2018
3 June 2018 - 4 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
4 June 2018 - 5 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
4 June 2018 - 5 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
5 June 2018 - 6 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
5 June 2018 - 6 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
6 June 2018 - 7 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
6 June 2018 - 7 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
7 June 2018 - 8 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
7 June 2018 - 8 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
8 June 2018 - 9 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
8 June 2018 - 9 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
9 June 2018 - 10 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
9 June 2018 - 10 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
10 June 2018 - 11 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
10 June 2018 - 11 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
11 June 2018 - 12 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
11 June 2018 - 12 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
12 June 2018 - 13 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
12 June 2018 - 13 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
13 June 2018 - 14 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
13 June 2018 - 14 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
14 June 2018 - 15 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
14 June 2018 - 15 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
15 June 2018 - 16 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
15 June 2018 - 16 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
16 June 2018 - 17 June 2018

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Tyalgum Village Market
16 June 2018 - 17 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
16 June 2018 - 17 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Piggabeen Valley Market
17 June 2018 - 18 June 2018

Piggabeen Valley Market

Piggabeen Valley Market – 9am – 1pm (NSW)

 THIRD Sunday of the Month – Feb to Nov        

  •  10 to 10.30am – Wellness talks
  • 11 am – Prizes for Best Hat & Pig Flying Competition!
  • Live Music
  • Clairvoyant, Healers & Aromatouch Massage
  • Handmade Arts & Crafts
  • Plants
  • Homemade Food
  • Tea & Coffee
  • Local Produce
  • Bric a Brac

Come to our pretty peaceful valley  – A place for you to be “Relaxed & chilled out, nice energy & beautiful place” – BYO picnic rug or chairs, enjoy the music while you brunch, lunch and shop!   Enjoy our lovely friendly country atmosphere & friendly vibe!  A great variety of stalls awaits!  For more information contact Liz at aquaworkout@mail.com or find us on facebook at www.facebook.com/PiggabeenValleyMarket.   

Tyalgum Village Market
17 June 2018 - 18 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
17 June 2018 - 18 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
18 June 2018 - 19 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
18 June 2018 - 19 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
19 June 2018 - 20 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
19 June 2018 - 20 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
20 June 2018 - 21 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
20 June 2018 - 21 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
21 June 2018 - 22 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
21 June 2018 - 22 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
22 June 2018 - 23 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
22 June 2018 - 23 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
23 June 2018 - 24 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
23 June 2018 - 24 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
24 June 2018 - 25 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
24 June 2018 - 25 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
25 June 2018 - 26 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
25 June 2018 - 26 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
26 June 2018 - 27 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
26 June 2018 - 27 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
27 June 2018 - 28 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
27 June 2018 - 28 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
28 June 2018 - 29 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
28 June 2018 - 29 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
29 June 2018 - 30 June 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
29 June 2018 - 30 June 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
30 June 2018 - 1 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
30 June 2018 - 1 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
1 July 2018 - 2 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
1 July 2018 - 2 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
2 July 2018 - 3 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
2 July 2018 - 3 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
3 July 2018 - 4 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
3 July 2018 - 4 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
4 July 2018 - 5 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
4 July 2018 - 5 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
5 July 2018 - 6 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
5 July 2018 - 6 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
6 July 2018 - 7 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
6 July 2018 - 7 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
7 July 2018 - 8 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
7 July 2018 - 8 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
8 July 2018 - 9 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
8 July 2018 - 9 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
9 July 2018 - 10 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
9 July 2018 - 10 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
10 July 2018 - 11 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
10 July 2018 - 11 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
11 July 2018 - 12 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
11 July 2018 - 12 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
12 July 2018 - 13 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
12 July 2018 - 13 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
13 July 2018 - 14 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
13 July 2018 - 14 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
14 July 2018 - 15 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
14 July 2018 - 15 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Piggabeen Valley Market
15 July 2018 - 16 July 2018

Piggabeen Valley Market

Piggabeen Valley Market – 9am – 1pm (NSW)

 THIRD Sunday of the Month – Feb to Nov        

  •  10 to 10.30am – Wellness talks
  • 11 am – Prizes for Best Hat & Pig Flying Competition!
  • Live Music
  • Clairvoyant, Healers & Aromatouch Massage
  • Handmade Arts & Crafts
  • Plants
  • Homemade Food
  • Tea & Coffee
  • Local Produce
  • Bric a Brac

Come to our pretty peaceful valley  – A place for you to be “Relaxed & chilled out, nice energy & beautiful place” – BYO picnic rug or chairs, enjoy the music while you brunch, lunch and shop!   Enjoy our lovely friendly country atmosphere & friendly vibe!  A great variety of stalls awaits!  For more information contact Liz at aquaworkout@mail.com or find us on facebook at www.facebook.com/PiggabeenValleyMarket.   

Tyalgum Village Market
15 July 2018 - 16 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
15 July 2018 - 16 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
16 July 2018 - 17 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
16 July 2018 - 17 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
17 July 2018 - 18 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
17 July 2018 - 18 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
18 July 2018 - 19 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
18 July 2018 - 19 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
19 July 2018 - 20 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
19 July 2018 - 20 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
20 July 2018 - 21 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
20 July 2018 - 21 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
21 July 2018 - 22 July 2018

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Tyalgum Village Market
21 July 2018 - 22 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
21 July 2018 - 22 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
22 July 2018 - 23 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
22 July 2018 - 23 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
23 July 2018 - 24 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
23 July 2018 - 24 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
24 July 2018 - 25 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
24 July 2018 - 25 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
25 July 2018 - 26 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
25 July 2018 - 26 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
26 July 2018 - 27 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
26 July 2018 - 27 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
27 July 2018 - 28 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
27 July 2018 - 28 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
28 July 2018 - 29 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
28 July 2018 - 29 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
29 July 2018 - 30 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
29 July 2018 - 30 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
30 July 2018 - 31 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
30 July 2018 - 31 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
31 July 2018 - 1 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
31 July 2018 - 1 August 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
1 August 2018 - 2 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
1 August 2018 - 2 August 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
2 August 2018 - 3 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
2 August 2018 - 3 August 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
3 August 2018 - 4 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
3 August 2018 - 4 August 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
4 August 2018 - 5 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
4 August 2018 - 5 August 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
5 August 2018 - 6 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
5 August 2018 - 6 August 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
6 August 2018 - 7 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
6 August 2018 - 7 August 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
7 August 2018 - 8 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
7 August 2018 - 8 August 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
8 August 2018 - 9 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
8 August 2018 - 9 August 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
9 August 2018 - 10 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
9 August 2018 - 10 August 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
10 August 2018 - 11 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
10 August 2018 - 11 August 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

19th Tweed Antiques & Collectables Fair
11 August 2018 - 12 August 2018

19th Tweed Antiques & Collectables Fair

The 19th Tweed Antiques & Collectables Fair is an event not to be missed. The Fair, presented by the Tweed Gold Coast Family History & Heritage Association, brings together a fine group of antiques & collectables dealers from all over New South Wales and Queensland.

The Fair will offer a fantastic array of antiques, collectables, fine china, ceramics, jewellery, retro items and many other quality pieces for purchase. There will be something to appeal to all, the discerning collector, the enthusiastic decorator or the lover of antique and vintage items.

The Fair will be held at the Tweed Heads Civic Centre, which is located next door to the Tweed Heads Bowls Club (corner of Brett & Wharf Streets, Tweed Heads). Doors will be open at 9 am on Saturday, 11 August 2018, until 5 pm, and again on Sunday, 12 August 2018, from 10 am to 3 pm. Entrance fee is $5, with accompanied children (under the age of 12) admitted for free.

There will also be on display the terrific work of artist Michael McMahon. And a family history display, for those who are curious about this fascinating and addictive hobby.

Refreshments will be available all weekend.

Tyalgum Village Market
11 August 2018 - 12 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
11 August 2018 - 12 August 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

 

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

 

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;
Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up.
These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

 

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;
a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

 

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

 

Enquiries 0266 725 361

 

Regards,

 

Robyn Lemaire

Publicity Officer, Secretary

Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Incorporated (TCCHA)

 

Tyalgum Village Market
12 August 2018 - 13 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
13 August 2018 - 14 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
14 August 2018 - 15 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
15 August 2018 - 16 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
16 August 2018 - 17 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tweed Valley Banana Festival
17 August 2018

Tweed Valley Banana Festival

The Tweed Valley Banana Festival has, for 62 years, celebrated our beautiful town and community, its local industries and supports its community by raising much needed funds.

The Queen quest encourages the youth of our town to socialise, learn about their community and fundraise to help worthy causes within our local area.

Our Queen and Teen Queen entrants exhibit leadership by identifying and participating in fundraising initiatives which will improve our local community. The Festival motivates, encourages, nurtures and develops an understanding and love for our local community. Our vision is that all entrants will have the opportunity to realise their potential and participate fully in our community.

Our Fashion Parade, featuring  all our Queen Quest nominees is held on Friday 10th August, Our Sponsors Gala Dinner will be celebrated on the 17th August where we will also have the Offical opening of the Festival. Our Friday Night activities on 24th August will feature food trucks, music, local entertainment and a formal introduction of our Queens. The Street Parade and Crowning Day activities will be held on Saturday 25th August starting at 12 NOON starting from Nullum Street and ending at the Murwillumbah Showgrounds where we will crown our new 2018 Royalty.

 

The O’Heart Festival
17 August 2018 - 19 August 2018

The O’Heart Festival

The O’Heart Festival is a three-day, Conscious Living-Indie Folk event. This festival is deeply rooted in environmental awareness (alternative energy technologies and sustainability solutions), Wellness (Conscious Living), and live music. It will be beautiful weekend in the foothills of Wollumbin Mount Warning, with yoga workshops, singing workshops, breathing and movement workshops, environmental awareness talks, demonstrations and films, market stalls, special events and healing through sound, and of course, music performances throughout the village over the weekend.
 
Our raison d’etre is to inspire a shift in Consciousness and be a part of making a difference on the earth plane – opening hearts and coming together. We want O’Heart Festival to be a time of nourishment, a time to be uplifted, a time of greater understanding, and above all a time to Awaken! We want people to feel inspired and re-discover what it is to cooperate, and what is possible when you live from the point of view of Heart.
 
In 2018 we will be fundraising to help take our local campgrounds off grid, donating all funds raised towards solar panels to help reduce our village footprint on into the future. The weekend will include many fun fundraising events and raffles to help us achieve our goal!
 
O’Heart Festival delights in acknowledging and embracing the indigenous tribes and traditional owners of our area, the Bundjalung Nation, and the Minjungbal people. We want to be a part of the healing of what has gone before – moving beyond the past actions of humankind and creating new networks for healing, growth and unity.
 
This not-for-profit festival will remain a single use plastic-free event with solar powered stages and a zero waist aim, all the while giving people education and encouragement to change little actions that have a big environmental impact.
Tyalgum Village Market
17 August 2018 - 18 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
18 August 2018 - 19 August 2018

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Tyalgum Village Market
18 August 2018 - 19 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Piggabeen Valley Market
19 August 2018 - 20 August 2018

Piggabeen Valley Market

Piggabeen Valley Market – 9am – 1pm (NSW)

 THIRD Sunday of the Month – Feb to Nov        

  •  10 to 10.30am – Wellness talks
  • 11 am – Prizes for Best Hat & Pig Flying Competition!
  • Live Music
  • Clairvoyant, Healers & Aromatouch Massage
  • Handmade Arts & Crafts
  • Plants
  • Homemade Food
  • Tea & Coffee
  • Local Produce
  • Bric a Brac

Come to our pretty peaceful valley  – A place for you to be “Relaxed & chilled out, nice energy & beautiful place” – BYO picnic rug or chairs, enjoy the music while you brunch, lunch and shop!   Enjoy our lovely friendly country atmosphere & friendly vibe!  A great variety of stalls awaits!  For more information contact Liz at aquaworkout@mail.com or find us on facebook at www.facebook.com/PiggabeenValleyMarket.   

Tyalgum Village Market
19 August 2018 - 20 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
20 August 2018 - 21 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
21 August 2018 - 22 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
22 August 2018 - 23 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
23 August 2018 - 24 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
24 August 2018 - 25 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
25 August 2018 - 26 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
26 August 2018 - 27 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
27 August 2018 - 28 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
28 August 2018 - 29 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
29 August 2018 - 30 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
30 August 2018 - 31 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
31 August 2018 - 1 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
1 September 2018 - 2 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
2 September 2018 - 3 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
3 September 2018 - 4 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
4 September 2018 - 5 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
5 September 2018 - 6 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
6 September 2018 - 7 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
7 September 2018 - 8 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
8 September 2018 - 9 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
9 September 2018 - 10 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
10 September 2018 - 11 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
11 September 2018 - 12 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
12 September 2018 - 13 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
13 September 2018 - 14 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
14 September 2018 - 15 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
15 September 2018 - 16 September 2018

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Tyalgum Village Market
15 September 2018 - 16 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Piggabeen Valley Market
16 September 2018 - 17 September 2018

Piggabeen Valley Market

Piggabeen Valley Market – 9am – 1pm (NSW)

 THIRD Sunday of the Month – Feb to Nov        

  •  10 to 10.30am – Wellness talks
  • 11 am – Prizes for Best Hat & Pig Flying Competition!
  • Live Music
  • Clairvoyant, Healers & Aromatouch Massage
  • Handmade Arts & Crafts
  • Plants
  • Homemade Food
  • Tea & Coffee
  • Local Produce
  • Bric a Brac

Come to our pretty peaceful valley  – A place for you to be “Relaxed & chilled out, nice energy & beautiful place” – BYO picnic rug or chairs, enjoy the music while you brunch, lunch and shop!   Enjoy our lovely friendly country atmosphere & friendly vibe!  A great variety of stalls awaits!  For more information contact Liz at aquaworkout@mail.com or find us on facebook at www.facebook.com/PiggabeenValleyMarket.   

Tyalgum Village Market
16 September 2018 - 17 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
17 September 2018 - 18 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
18 September 2018 - 19 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
19 September 2018 - 20 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
20 September 2018 - 21 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
21 September 2018 - 22 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
22 September 2018 - 23 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
23 September 2018 - 24 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
24 September 2018 - 25 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
25 September 2018 - 26 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
26 September 2018 - 27 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
27 September 2018 - 28 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
28 September 2018 - 29 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

TWIN TOWNS & DISTRICT GARDEN CLUB INC – 26th Annual Flower & Garden Show
28 September 2018 - 29 September 2018

TWIN TOWNS & DISTRICT GARDEN CLUB INC – 26th Annual Flower & Garden Show

Friday 28th September 2018

EXHIBITS

OPEN TO EVERYONE TO EXHIBIT (Not just members)

No fee to exhibit any entries (Schedules available SOON: Cash prizes)

All exhibits accepted Friday  28th  September from 2pm until 5.30pm at the Tweed Heads Civic Centre

Judging commencing 6.30pm

Saturday 29th September 2018

Flower & Garden Show

Morning tea available

Workshops for kids – gold coin donation, goodies to take home

Prizes for Cut Flowers, Pot Plants, Floral Art, Produce, Photography

Judged exhibits                         Plant Sales    

Stall holders                              Raffles

Trading Table with large selection of plants for sale

 Photo Competition Details, see website – www.twintownsgardenclub.com 

2.00 pm:  Presentations and Raffle Prizes

Tyalgum Village Market
29 September 2018 - 30 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
30 September 2018 - 1 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
1 October 2018 - 2 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
2 October 2018 - 3 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
3 October 2018 - 4 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
4 October 2018 - 5 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
5 October 2018 - 6 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
6 October 2018 - 7 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
7 October 2018 - 8 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
8 October 2018 - 9 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
9 October 2018 - 10 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
10 October 2018 - 11 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
11 October 2018 - 12 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
12 October 2018 - 13 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
13 October 2018 - 14 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
14 October 2018 - 15 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
15 October 2018 - 16 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
16 October 2018 - 17 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
17 October 2018 - 18 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
18 October 2018 - 19 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
19 October 2018 - 20 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
20 October 2018 - 21 October 2018

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Tyalgum Village Market
20 October 2018 - 21 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Piggabeen Valley Market
21 October 2018 - 22 October 2018

Piggabeen Valley Market

Piggabeen Valley Market – 9am – 1pm (NSW)

 THIRD Sunday of the Month – Feb to Nov        

  •  10 to 10.30am – Wellness talks
  • 11 am – Prizes for Best Hat & Pig Flying Competition!
  • Live Music
  • Clairvoyant, Healers & Aromatouch Massage
  • Handmade Arts & Crafts
  • Plants
  • Homemade Food
  • Tea & Coffee
  • Local Produce
  • Bric a Brac

Come to our pretty peaceful valley  – A place for you to be “Relaxed & chilled out, nice energy & beautiful place” – BYO picnic rug or chairs, enjoy the music while you brunch, lunch and shop!   Enjoy our lovely friendly country atmosphere & friendly vibe!  A great variety of stalls awaits!  For more information contact Liz at aquaworkout@mail.com or find us on facebook at www.facebook.com/PiggabeenValleyMarket.   

Tyalgum Village Market
21 October 2018 - 22 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
22 October 2018 - 23 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
23 October 2018 - 24 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
24 October 2018 - 25 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
25 October 2018 - 26 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
26 October 2018 - 27 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
27 October 2018 - 28 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
28 October 2018 - 29 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
29 October 2018 - 30 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
30 October 2018 - 31 October 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
31 October 2018 - 1 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
1 November 2018 - 2 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
2 November 2018 - 3 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
3 November 2018 - 4 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
4 November 2018 - 5 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
5 November 2018 - 6 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
6 November 2018 - 7 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
7 November 2018 - 8 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
8 November 2018 - 9 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
9 November 2018 - 10 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
10 November 2018 - 11 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
11 November 2018 - 12 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
12 November 2018 - 13 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
13 November 2018 - 14 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
14 November 2018 - 15 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
15 November 2018 - 16 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
16 November 2018 - 17 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
17 November 2018 - 18 November 2018

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Tyalgum Village Market
17 November 2018 - 18 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Piggabeen Valley Market
18 November 2018 - 19 November 2018

Piggabeen Valley Market

Piggabeen Valley Market – 9am – 1pm (NSW)

 THIRD Sunday of the Month – Feb to Nov        

  •  10 to 10.30am – Wellness talks
  • 11 am – Prizes for Best Hat & Pig Flying Competition!
  • Live Music
  • Clairvoyant, Healers & Aromatouch Massage
  • Handmade Arts & Crafts
  • Plants
  • Homemade Food
  • Tea & Coffee
  • Local Produce
  • Bric a Brac

Come to our pretty peaceful valley  – A place for you to be “Relaxed & chilled out, nice energy & beautiful place” – BYO picnic rug or chairs, enjoy the music while you brunch, lunch and shop!   Enjoy our lovely friendly country atmosphere & friendly vibe!  A great variety of stalls awaits!  For more information contact Liz at aquaworkout@mail.com or find us on facebook at www.facebook.com/PiggabeenValleyMarket.   

Tyalgum Village Market
18 November 2018 - 19 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
19 November 2018 - 20 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
20 November 2018 - 21 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
21 November 2018 - 22 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
22 November 2018 - 23 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
23 November 2018 - 24 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tyalgum Village Market
24 November 2018 - 25 November 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
15 December 2018 - 16 December 2018

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
19 January 2019 - 20 January 2019

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
16 February 2019 - 17 February 2019

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
16 March 2019 - 17 March 2019

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
20 April 2019 - 21 April 2019

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
18 May 2019 - 19 May 2019

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
15 June 2019 - 16 June 2019

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
20 July 2019 - 21 July 2019

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
17 August 2019 - 18 August 2019

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
21 September 2019 - 22 September 2019

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
19 October 2019 - 20 October 2019

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
16 November 2019 - 17 November 2019

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
21 December 2019 - 22 December 2019

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
18 January 2020 - 19 January 2020

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
15 February 2020 - 16 February 2020

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
21 March 2020 - 22 March 2020

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
18 April 2020 - 19 April 2020

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
16 May 2020 - 17 May 2020

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
20 June 2020 - 21 June 2020

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
18 July 2020 - 19 July 2020

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering
15 August 2020 - 16 August 2020

Makers & Finders Market and Social Gathering

Murwillumbah’s New Handmade | Vintage | Indie | Music Gathering – Grand Opening with Matty Rogers Playing!

The new Murwillumbah Makers and Finders is an exciting new monthly gathering for creativity , vintage wares and musicians set in a relaxing and creative environment – with food trucks, entertainment, activities and workshops provided by local arts groups and community organisations.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music by Matty Rogers while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.