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Until Monday, November 3
Exhibition 'flora art' will feature at the Loxton
Terrace Gallery until November 3. Opening
hours are 9am-5pm weekdays, 9am-4pm on
Saturdays and 10am-4pm on Sundays.
Tai chi classes at the Loxton CWA Hall from
11am until noon and 2pm until 3pm. Gold coin
donation. For more information call 8584 7823.
Tai chi classes at the Loxton CWA Hall from
7pm until 8pm. Gold coin donation. For more
information call 8584 7823.
Charity For All Bingo at the Loxton Club. Eyes
down at 7.30pm. For more info call 8584 7353.
Friday, October 31
Combined indoor cricket presentation and 30th
anniversary of Loxton Gum Tree at the Uniting
Church Hall from 6pm. For more information, call
Friday, October 31 and Saturday,
Loxton Primary School will hold their centenary
celebrations. Registrations begin at 3pm on
Friday, while the celbrations will kick off from
10am on Saturday. For more information, call
Tuesday, November 4
The Loxton CWA will host a Melbourne Cup
luncheon at the Loxton Club from 11am.
Sweeps, raffles and a fashion parade. Prizes
for best dressed. Tickets are $22 for two-course
lunch. Call the club on 8584 7353.
Diary Dates is a free service and is not to be used
for advertising committee meetings or group agms
People can send their photographs -- along with their name and contact details -- via post to PO Box 352, Loxton 5333 or atach i t in an email
(email@example.com). Alternatvely, SD cards, USBs or printed photographs can be dropped into The Loxton News' East Terrace oﬃce.
IAN Nitschke captured this stunning sunset photograph from his Pyap backyard on the October long-weekend.
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Bookpurnong Road, Loxton
Phone 8584 6124
Poppy Grace, daughter of Deon Hallam and
Danielle Packer, of Berri, was born at the
Loxton Hospital Complex on October 16.
Camp to raise
The Loxton Riverfront Holiday Park will
host a charity event on Friday, raising funds
for Camp Quality.
The 'Camp and sCare' event encourages locals to
grab their tent and torch and enjoy a night camping
under the stars.
About 100 Australian holiday parks will take part in
the event, with many parks taking on this year's theme
of all things scary.
Loxton Riverfront Holiday Park manager Nash
Furbow said the charity camping event is a "great
way" to take a mini-break, have some fun with family
and friends and support a great cause, bringing laugh-
ter to the lives of children living with cancer.
"We're really looking forward to hosting locals
from the Loxton region," she said.
"If you're new to camping, this is the perfect chance
to give it a go, knowing there will be plenty of great
activities to keep everyone entertained.
"All you need is $20, your camping gear and a sense
of adventure -- we will provide the rest."
Guests staying at the Loxton Riverfront Caravan
Park will enjoy a sausage sizzle and will receive lolly
The camp will take place this Friday at the Loxton
Riverfront Caravan Park and powered sites are $20,
with proceeds going to Camp Quality.
For more information or to book, call 8584 7862.
April Denise Donhardt-Adams, daughter of Teressa Adams and
Michael Donhardt, of Loxton, was born at the Loxton Hospital
Complex on October 22. A little sister for Michael, 11, Jasmine, 9, and
Cameron Adams, 7.
Gum Tree celebrates
The Loxton Gum Tree will
celebrate their 30th birthday
on Friday and locals are urged
to head along and celebrate
Founding committee member
Lillian Mattner said the event
would be celebrated with a bar-
becue, followed by indoor cricket
"Former committee members,
parents and interested persons are
invited to share this milestone with
us," she said.
The group was founded in 1984
when a group of local residents
met to discuss the idea of forming a
social club for teenagers and adults
with an intellectual disability.
The Loxton Gum Tree will hold
their birthday celebrations this
Friday, October 31, from 6pm
to 8.30pm at the Loxton Uniting
Jaguars arrive in town
A number of vintage cars
will make their way down
East Terrace this week, as
Loxton hosts the 40th annual
rally of vintage Jaguars.
The border run event will see 40
vehicles from Victorian and South
Australian vintage Jaguar clubs in
the region over the weekend.
The rally will be celebrating 40
years since the South Australian
SS register was formed and 40
years since the first Border Run
with Victoria and South Australia
at Swan Hill.
There will be a vehicle dis-
play in the car park opposite the
Loxton Hotel on Saturday morn-
ing, while the group will travel to
Banrock Station and other attrac-
tions throughout the region in the
afternoon and on Sunday.
During Saturday's display, locals
will be able to see a 1938 SS
drophead coupe, a 1939 SS Jaguar
saloon through to post-war Mark 1
V and 1951 Mark Vs.
Your support is requested to enable
me to work with you to continue
improving the quality of life for all in
our Loxton-Waikerie district.
When your ballot papers arrive, please
Vote 1 MALTHOUSE Margaret
Authorised by M.J. Malthouse
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