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Spring into spring

From curry festivals to cheesemaking, and a great competition to enter

Enter our hearing aid competition

Blamey Saunders hearing aids is offering you the chance to win a pair of rechargeable hearing aids worth $5990. Simply tell them in 25 words or less how winning a new pair of these Facett hearing aids for yourself of a family member would change your life.

To win send your entry to [email protected]

 

Social Impact expos

The Social Impact Institute runs a series of expos across Australia bringing together seniors and people with a disability with product and service providers, government agencies and advocacy groups. They are proud that the expos have enabled thousands of Australian people living with disabilities to gain greater control over their lives. The next expo is in Sydney in September.

For more information visit socialimpact.institute/expos

 

Cheesemaking classes

The Cheesemaking Workshop & Deli is a shop dedicated to all things cheese. Stocking the finest selection of international and Australian cheeses, all carefully hand-chosen by our passionate team. Late August, as part of the Coffs Coast food month the team will be cutting the largest wheel of cheese ever to come to the coast.

For more information visit thecheesemakingworkshop.com.au

 

El Camino Cantina

El Camino Cantina is bringing its legendary Tex-Mex, frozen Margaritas and sombrero-splashed party vibe to the Entertainment Quarter at Moore Park in August. Get a group together to visit this eclectic, colourful, 220-seat cantina that is ablaze with neon lights, including a festively lit, 130-seat outdoor area. The menu includes favourites such as tacos, fajitas, burritos, quesadillas, buffalo wings and nachos.
 For more information visit elcaminocantina.com.au

 

Curryfest

Curryfest is a festival of colour, music and flavours that bring the streets of Woolgoolga, on the Coffs Coast, to life in September. This year they will have over 30 stalls offering curries from Thailand, Morocco, Ethiopia, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

Punjabi culture will also be celebrated in other ways such as traditional dance troupes, yoga and meditation.

For more information visit curryfest.com.au