Condamine Catchment Community Exchange is a non profit group where members trade goods & services without the need for direct bartering or money.
The goals of this exchange are to
In summary: build community
In 2017 Condamine Catchment Community Exchange will host Nobby Country Morning Tea every first Saturday of the month, at the Nobby School of Arts Hall in Sister Kenny Street.
Community groups who wish to raise money for their organisation are invited to take a turn to run the tea and coffee stand, cake stall, sausage sizzle, fresh produce stall or to contribute to the program by offering creative activities for kids, music, or raffles. Market stalls will continue, and new stallholders are invited too.
Stall fees are $10, and can be paid in community Credits.
8.30am open, acoustic music
9.00- 11.00 Creative workshop activities, for kids and kids at heart
9.30 Meet the Grower
10.15 Fixit: basic household repairs
The Nobby Heritage and Development Association has run the markets in Nobby since 2009. The proceeds from the market have helped to fund the maintenance of the historic Nobby School of Arts Hall. The current executive of NHDA announced that regretfully the markets would discontinue at the end of 2016. But our regular community event will continue in its place.
The markets have been loved especially as a social occasion – an opportunity to have a relaxed cuppa and catchup with neighbours and travellers, and the aim is to keep this going.
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