31st March – Easter Fun Day – 2:00 – 3:00

Easter BunnyCome an join us for some Easter fun.


29th March – Neighbour Day

Neighbour Day 2015Neighbour Day is Australia’s annual celebration of community, bringing together the people next door, across the street or on the next farm for a beer, a barbie or just a cuppa.

Held on the last Sunday in March every year, it’s the perfect day to say thanks for being a great neighbour and for being there when I needed you most.

The actual meaning of Neighbour Day is so much more …

Neighbours are important because good relationships with others can and does change communities. Social connection also makes us feel better as it helps prevent loneliness, isolation and depression.

Neighbour Day brings together like-minded people, resources, and organisations to grow stronger, well connected communities.

Working with neighbourhoods across Australia we aim to grow this ethos beyond a single day – to every day of the year.

Responsibility for Australia’s annual celebration of community, Neighbour Day, was assumed by Relationships Australia from 1st January 2014.


28th March – Earth Hour – Keep the Lights turned off at 8:30

Earth Hour

The Lights-Off Event

Earth Hour started in 2007 as a lights-off event to raise awareness about climate change. We have grown to engage more than 162 countries and territories worldwide. Earth Hour is on Saturday, 28 March 2015 at 8:30 pm local time.


25th March – Brianna’s Fitness Visit

funfitforkidsCome and join in with some fun and fitness as we build strong bodies that will are able to move around and do all the stuff we need them to do.


23rd March – 2nd April – Living Eggs (Incubated Eggs) arrive

Chicks HatchingThis delightful program to introduce pupils to the wonders of nature.
Not only do they experience life cycles and growth and development, the program encourages social interaction and promotes caring and nurturing skills.


21st World Forestry Day

International Day of ForestsThis global celebration of forests provides a platform to raise awareness of the importance of all types of forests and of trees outside forests.

Forests cover one third of the Earth’s land mass, performing vital functions around the world. Around 1.6 billion people – including more than 2,000 indigenous cultures – depend on forests for their livelihood.

Forests are the most biologically-diverse ecosystems on land, home to more than 80% of the terrestrial species of animals, plants and insects. They also provide shelter, jobs and security for forest-dependent communities.

They play a key role in our battle in adapting to and mitigating climate change. Forests contribute to the balance of oxygen, carbon dioxide and humidity in the air. They protect watersheds, which supply 75% of freshwater worldwide.

Yet despite all of these priceless ecological, economic, social and health benefits, global deforestation continues at an alarming rate – 13 million hectares of forest are destroyed annually. Deforestation accounts for 12 to 20 percent of the global greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change.

The theme for this year “Forests and Climate Change” highlights forest-based solutions to address climate change mitigation and adaptation, and more broadly forests and sustainable development.


21st March – Harmony Day

Harmony DayHarmony Day (21 March) celebrates Australia’s cultural diversity. It’s about inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone.

In 2015 we celebrate 15 amazing years of Harmony Day…and it’s all because of you.

We want to thank you for the tens of thousands of events you’ve held, from the smallest child care centres to the largest businesses. In turn, you might like to thank the amazing people in your community who live the ‘everyone belongs’ message each and every day.


20th – 21st March – Camden Show

Camden Show 2015Something for everyone: The Camden Show is on again this month with everything from rides and showbags to horse jumping and baking competitions. It will also feature a military tattoo in honour of the 100th anniversary of Anzac Day.

What: 2015 Camden Show

Where: Camden Showground, Argyle Street, Camden

When: March 20 and 21

Details: www.camdenshow.com


20th March – International Day of Happiness

hands up interestLET’S RECLAIM HAPPINESS

Lasting happiness does not come from what we consume, how we look or how much we earn. But, let’s be honest, you probably knew that already! Let’s be happy, healthy and have some fun with our friends together.


20th March – Senior Week Concert Camden

Happy Old PersonFeaturing a range of different artists and sing-alongs, this year’s Senior’s Week Concert is set to be a great morning with something for everyone.
Camden Civic Centre
10am – 2pm
Free
Ph: 4645 5020


20th March – Close the Gap Day

Close the Gap DayJoin more than 200,000 Australians of all ages and backgrounds who are supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health equality. Register for National Close the Gap Day, Thursday 19 March, 2015.


17th March – St Patrick’s Day

Irish ShamrockWear your Greens and have some fun on this St Patrick’s day

Many Australians remember the Irish settlement and culture on St Patrick’s Day. The Irish were among the first Europeans to settle in Australia. They comprised a portion of the convict settlement population in the late 1700s. More than 300,000 other Irish settlers (not convicts) migrated to Australia between 1840 and 1914. Many Irish immigrants came to Australia to escape famine in their homeland. About 30 percent of Australians are believed to have some Irish ancestry today.

One way of preserving Irish traditions and customs in Australia is celebrating St Patrick’s Day each year. St Patrick is one of Ireland’s patron saints. He died on March 17 in or around the year 493. He worked as a missionary in Ireland and it is believed that he banished “snakes” from the country although the term may have referred to druids or pagan worshippers.


17th March – St Patrick’s Day

Irish ShamrockWear your Greens and have some fun on this St Patrick’s day

Many Australians remember the Irish settlement and culture on St Patrick’s Day. The Irish were among the first Europeans to settle in Australia. They comprised a portion of the convict settlement population in the late 1700s. More than 300,000 other Irish settlers (not convicts) migrated to Australia between 1840 and 1914. Many Irish immigrants came to Australia to escape famine in their homeland. About 30 percent of Australians are believed to have some Irish ancestry today.

One way of preserving Irish traditions and customs in Australia is celebrating St Patrick’s Day each year. St Patrick is one of Ireland’s patron saints. He died on March 17 in or around the year 493. He worked as a missionary in Ireland and it is believed that he banished “snakes” from the country although the term may have referred to druids or pagan worshippers.


13th March – Ride to School Day

National Ride2School DayOn Friday 13 March 2015 we’ll be celebrating the ninth National Ride2School Day event, where over 300,000 Australian students, just like yours, will ride, walk, scoot or skate to school.


12th – 15th March – Colour for a Cure

Colour for a CureThis iconic event is one of Australia’s biggest fundraisers.

Between March 12-15 more than 150,000 people will get sponsored to shave or colour their hair to support Australians with blood cancer and fund research.

Today, 31 Australians will be given the devastating news that they have leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma or a related blood disorder.

That’s more than 12,000 people in 2015.

Although survival rates are improving, blood cancers like these are the third biggest cause of cancer death in Australia.

The Leukaemia Foundation receives no ongoing government funding, so supporting this event makes our Vision to Cure and Mission to Care possible.

The money your sponsors give you will go towards research, which is needed to find better treatments and cures for leukaemias, lymphomas, myeloma and related blood disorders.

Your sponsorship will also support families when they need it most, providing leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma patients with a free home-away-from-home near hospital during their treatment.

It will also mean we can transport them to appointments and provide as much practical assistance and emotional support as we can, all free of charge.


1st March – Clean Up Australia Day

Clean Up AustraliaIn 2015 we are celebrating 25 years of volunteer action across Australia.

Thanks to an estimated 526,268 volunteers we cleaned up 13,563 tonnes of rubbish at 6,165 clean up sites over the week of Clean Up Australia Day action 24 February to 1 March.

Despite some wet and wild weather it is shaping up to be another great year of community involvement.


1st March – Paws in the Park – Camden bicentennial Equestrian Park 8:40am – 1pm

Paws in the Park9am – 1pm at Camden Bicentennial Equestrian Park (entry off Cawdor Road)

Due to inclement weather, the fourth annual Camden Council and Royal Canin Paws in the Park has been rescheduled from August to March 2015. With all the competitions and activities on the agenda, mark this date on your calendar for a fun filled day out for you and your dog.

Highlights:

  • 3km and 5km walk at 9.15am
  • Competitions from 11am for Best Trick, Cutest Puppy, Fancy Dress, Owner-Dog look alike and Waggiest Tail. Judges include Mario Fenech, Daniel Geale and Christie Lamb
  • New competition category Best Dressed Dog in footy colours
  • Demonstrations in obedience, rally-o and agility by the Wollondilly All Breed Kennel Club
  • Doggy high jump competition by the Australian Working Dog Rescue. Former Miss World Australia and Australian Working Dog Rescue Ambassador Erin Holland will also be present
  • Dog registrations
  • Discounted microchipping
  • Free vet checks
  • Photobooth
  • Jumping Castle

Collect your event passport for a gold coin donation upon entry, visit all the stalls on the passport and receive your Royal Canin Showbag filled with treats that are guaranteed to get your dog’s tail wagging. View the Event Passport and Program

All funds raised on the day will be donated to Young Diggers, a not-for-profit organisation who train dogs to provide companionship and support to returned veterans who may be struggling to adjust back into life beyond combat.

PLUS receive a raffle ticket upon arrival and go into the draw to win a double pass to the NSW State of Origin Game. The Winner will be announced at 11.30am in the big marquee.

All donations and support are appreciated.


Camden Farmers Markets – Every Saturday 7am – 12pm

Camden Farmers MarketsCamden Fresh Produce Market began in November 2001 and was the first genuine farmers market in the Macarthur Region; the market was established to regain the traditional link between farmers, growers, producers and the consumer, providing fresh, local, healthy food. Customers can talk directly with stallholders who are the growers and producers of the products they are selling.


27th February – School’s Clean Up Day

glovesSchool’s Clean Up Day. We will make our school shine together


26th February – Fizzics Education – Science Experiments Visit

fizzicsFizzics Education engaging science shows & hands-on science workshops visit your school and guarantee student understanding of scientific concepts.


24th February – Little Grinners Dental Visit

Power teethLittle Grinners is a dental program aimed at children, to help with the prevention of the rapidly high rate of tooth decay.

Children need strong healthy teeth to chew their food, speak clearly and to have a bright smile.


21 February 2015 – Camden Farmers Markets

Camden Farmers MarketsCamden Fresh Produce Market began in November 2001 and was the first genuine farmers market in the Macarthur Region; the market was established to regain the traditional link between farmers, growers, producers and the consumer, providing fresh, local, healthy food. Customers can talk directly with stallholders who are the growers and producers of the products they are selling.


16th – 22nd February – Chinese New Year celebrations

Chinese new yearWelcome to the Chinese New Year, the year of the goat. For people born in the year of the goat (1919, 1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003 ), 2015 is considered an auspicious year.


16- 22nd February – Stepping Up – HSC Major Artwork Exhibition – Camden Library

steppingUpBack for its third year in a row, SU15 sees the largest inclusion of students yet thanks to the formation of a new partnership and an expanding music program.


14th February – Valentine’s Day

Valentines HeartLet’s celebrate those we love in our lives. Send a valentine to and enjoy your family and loved ones.


2nd February – Rangers on the Run Under the Sea Show

Rangers on the RunLearn about the incredible animals who call the ocean their home. Hold live sea animals, examine specimen samples, and discover a large variety of marine artefacts and shells. We investigate marine habitats, animal adaptations and learn how to reduce our impact on the marine environment. The show is totally interactive and allows every participant to hold and touch a large range of marine animals.


27th – 2nd February – Beach Week

Beach WeekLet’s celebrate our beach culture.


26th January – Australia Day

Australia DayAustralia day celebrate the diverse society and landscape of the nation. Take some time to reflect on Australian history, official community awards, and celebrate those going through citizenship ceremonies welcoming new immigrants into the Australian community


14th January – Picnic by the Pool – Camden Pool 11am to 1pm

picnicJoin us as we enjoy a day outside near the pool


14th January – Picnic by the Pool – Camden Pool 11am to 1pm

picnicJoin us as we enjoy a day outside near the pool


8th January – Blinky Belle Pre-School re-opens

belle_smallWelcome back to school to all our children and staff. We are looking forward to the new year of learning and play.


1st January – New Year’s Day

Happy New Year 2015!Welcome to 2015


8th January, 2015 – Blinky Belle reopens (Thursday)

Blinky BelleWelcome to all our children. We are excited for all the adventures we will have together.


1st January, 2015 – New Year’s Day

Happy New Year 2015!Happy New Year! Let’s celebrate the exciting things to come in the new year.


26th December – Boxing Day

Boxing day 26th DecemberEnjoy this fabulous day of rest with friends and family


25th December – Christmas Day

Santa wishes all Merry ChristmassMerry Christmas to all our staff, children and families. We hope that Santa gives you all you could ever wish for.


24th December – Blinky Belle closing at 3:00pm

An Australian Sandman for XmasBlinky Belle will be saying goodbye to the year and Merry Christmas to all our children and families. We will be closing a little early at 3pm.


14th December – Oran Park Community Carols 5:30 –9:30 The Australian botanic Gardens Carols 5:30pm

– Oran Park Community Carols 5:30 –9:30 Oran Park Community Carols will be run for the second year on Wayne Gardner Reserve in Oran Park. This year we’re expecting a great crowd, good food, fun for the family, carols to sing, Stew the Chef, a reminder of Jesus as the reason for the season and a wonderful fireworks finale.


4th December – Camden Carols Festival – Camden Civic Centre 7pm

Carols in CamdenCamden will be getting into the Chrissy spirit early this year.

On Thursday, December 4, the Camden Civic Centre will play host to the Camden Carols Festival, and ring in the festive season with choral voices


3rd December – Splash Out Pool Party – Celebrating International Day of People with Disability Camden Memorial Pool, Mitchell St, Camden 1-6pm

Pool PartyWEDNESDAY 3 DECEMBER from 1PM – 6PM at CAMDEN MEMORIAL POOL, MITCHELL ST, CAMDEN
FREE ADMISSION FOR PEOPLE WITH A DISABILITY & THEIR CARERS

Treats include: SAUSAGE SIZZLE | LAWN GAMES | GIANT LEGO, JENGA & CHESS


18th December – Blinky Belle’s Christmas Party 3:30 – 5:30

ctreeCome and join us as we celebrate christmas together.


4th December – Big Bears Graduation 6pm

Wombats GraduationOur Big Bears are graduating. We wish them all the joy and happiness they can experience in their new schools.


14th November – Taronga Zoo Mobile Visit

Taronga Zoo Mobile VisitDuring the Zoomobile visit, a fully qualified Discovery Officer will deliver an entertaining and interactive presentation tailored to the developmental age of the children. They will display the animal’s physical characteristics and provide individual animal encounters for each child in class.


16th November – International Day of Tolerance

NAIDOC2jpgThe International Day for Tolerance is an annual observance declared by UNESCO in 1995 to generate public awareness of the dangers of intolerance


15th November – Light Up Camden – Argyle St Camden 4-9pm

Light up CamdenLight Up Camden is presented on behalf of Camden Chamber of Commerce. Since 2006 the festival has been a major part of the community calendar celebrating the beginning of the christmas season with the lighting of the christmas tree at the town centre roundabout on the corner of Argyle & John St’s Camden.


11th November – Remembrance Day

Rememberance DayRemembrance Day is a memorial day observed in Commonwealth of Nations member states since the end of the First World War to remember the members of their armed forces who have died in the line of duty.


10th – 16th November – National Recycling Week

National Recycling WeekIn November 1996, Planet Ark founded National Recycling Week to bring a national focus to the environmental benefits of recycling. Now in its 19th year, this established and highly regarded annual campaign continues to educate and stimulate behaviour.


8th November – Christmas in Narellan – Camden Valley Way, Narellan 6-9pm

Christmas in NarellanChristmas in Narellan is about local business giving back to the community that supports them throughout the year, in the form of a free community Christmas Event.


4th November – Melbourne Cup

Pony that rocks 4th November – Melbourne Cup – The race that stops the nation with a fancy hat activities and fun


31st October – Halloween

Jack-o'-LanternsHalloween has come again with fun and hijinks for all.


31st October – Taronga Zoo Mobile Visit

Taronga Zoo Mobile VisitDuring the Zoomobile visit, a fully qualified Discovery Officer will deliver an entertaining and interactive presentation tailored to the developmental age of the children. They will display the animal’s physical characteristics and provide individual animal encounters for each child in class.


27th October – Pink Ribbon Day

pink ribbon1 in 8 Australian women will be diagnosed with breast cancer by age 85. By uniting in pink, you can make a real difference in the fight against a disease that touches us all. Whether it’s selling merchandise, volunteering on Pink Ribbon Day or hosting a Girls’ Night In or Pink Ribbon Fundraiser you will be helping Cancer Council beat women’s cancers. There are many ways you can help raise money to fund more support services, prevention programs and vital cancer research.


23rd October – Grandparents, Godparents and Good Friends Day 9:30am-11am

Grandparents, Godparents and Good Friends DayWelcome to our Grandparents, godparents and good friends. Come for a short visit and see our wonderful children at play.


18th October – Narellan Rhythms Festival – Nott Oval 3pm-7pm

logo (2)Enjoy a day of cultural fusion at the annual community celebration of cultural diversity, Narellan Rhythms Festival on Saturday 18 October, 3pm – 7pm at Nott Oval, corner Elyard Street and Richardson Road, Narellan


14th October – Carers Week

Carers AustraliaCarers Week is a time when the whole nation can acknowledge and celebrate unpaid carers and the diversity of caring roles being performed by 2.7 million people across Australia.


12th October – Mater Dei Country Fair

MaterDeiThe 2014 Annual Mater Dei Country Fair will be held on Sunday 12 October from 9am to 3pm on the Mater Dei property. Please join us for what is always a most enjoyable day!


6th October – Labour Day

Labour DayLabour Day is an annual holiday to celebrate the achievements of workers.


29th September – National Police Remembrance Day

Australia Federal Police BadgeThe National Police Memorial Day aims to:

  • Remember police officers who have been killed or died on duty
  • Demonstrate to relatives, friends and colleagues of fallen officers that their sacrifice is not forgotten
  • Recognise annually the dedication to duty and courage displayed by police officers

22nd – 26th September – Multicultural Week – Drum Safari visit

Drum Safari22nd – 26th September – Multicultural Week – Drum Safari visit. Drum safari offer a fun, high energy & interactive way to discover the rhythms of the deep jungle beats for a younger audience.


20th September – Relay For Life – 9:30am St – 10am Sun Onslow Park

realay for lifeRelay For Life is a fun and moving overnight experience that raises vital funds for Cancer Council’s research, prevention and support services.


19th September – Twilight Festival 4pm – 8pm

Cambden Twilight FestivalFriday 19 September 2014 Twilight Markets at the Macarthur Centre for Sustainable Living
1 Mount Annan Drive, Mount Annan
4pm – 8pm Bring a rug and buy some fresh produce, eat some delicious food, listen to great music and let the children play while you rest after a hard day at work.


7th September – Father’s Day

Dad and his childOur Dads are the best! Remember to give your dad a big thank you on Father’s Day.


5th September – Father’s Day Breakfast 7:30am to 9:00am – Feature Creature Visit.

Feature Creature Visit5th September – Father’s Day Breakfast 7:30am to 9:00am – Feature Creature Visit. Enjoy breakfast with us to celebrate our Fathers.


1st – 5th September – Footy Colours Dress Up Week – Gold Coin Donation

Footy JersiesIt’s footy colour week at Blinky Belle and Blinky Bill Preschool next week. Come dressed in your teams colours and make a gold coin donation. All money raised will be donated to cancer research


29th August – Daffodil Day – Gold Coin Donation

Daffodil DayDaffodil Day is the Cancer Society’s annual flagship event and one of the most important fundraising and awareness campaigns in the country. As well as providing an opportunity to raise awareness of cancer in Australia, Daffodil Day is a major funding source for the Cancer Society. We are proud to be regarded as one of the country’s most trusted charities and this is reflected in our fundraising practices.

The daffodil is one of the first flowers of spring, whose bright yellow blooms remind us of the joys the new season will bring. It represents the hope there is for the 1 in 3 Australian’s affected by cancer.


23rd August – Cancer Council Fundraising Walk/Run 10am Forest Lawn Memorial Park

Cancer CouncilCome raise funds in memory of your loved one by simply walking or running around Forest Lawn’s beautiful memorial park! All profits from the fundraising walk/run will be donated to Cancer Council


18th – 22nd August – Book Week – Come dressed as your favourite story book character

Book WeekBooks are awesome and provide a great way to explore the world around you and the one inside your head. Join us as we expand our imaginations and enjoy books together.


18th August – Steve the Puppet Man – Puppet Show

PuppetCome and enjoy this awesome show with Steve the Puppet Man and his puppet show.


20th August – Fizzics – Science Experiments

Fizzics Fizzics Education – Science Experiments – Come and enjoy the awesome experiments we get to do together.


10 August – Tablelands Show Horse & Pony Association 2014 Super Show

Horse jumping a logTablelands Show Horse & Pony Association 2014 Super Show
Bicentennial Equestrian Park, Camden


6th and 8th August – Pre-School Photos

School photosCome and join in our Pre-school photos, bring your best smiles.


3rd – 10th August – Healthy Bones Week

National Healthy Bones WeekBones are responsible for many important functions including movement, organ protection and support for the rest of the body.

Healthy, strong bones are key to leading long, healthy, active and independent lives.


August – Science Month

microscopeAugust is science month and we will celebrate by exploring our world with events all month to celebrate science..


1st August – Jeans for Genes Day

Jeans for GenesJoin us as we support this worthy cause


1st August – Re-Enrolments for next year 2015!

_DFP48511st August – Re-Enrolments for 2015 now open/


27th July – National Tree Day Camden

treeday27th July – National Tree Day Camden Council invites you to take part in this year’s National Tree Day celebrations at Ron Dine Reserve.


Pyjama Party Week 21st – 25th July

pyjamas Pyjama Party Week at Blinky Belle – Come dressed in your onesies or pjs


Tuesday July 8, 2014 – 10:00am to 4:00pm

ATSI flagsFlag raising and family day to recognise and celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait communities in Camden.

John St, Camden and Camden Town Farm


Frozen Week 14-18th July

Snow FlakeCome dressed in Frozen Character or Any Disney Characters of any blue clothing. This week at Blinky Bill and Blinky Bill we are celebrating all things winter and Frozen during Frozen Week from 14-18th July


7-11th July NAIDOC Week

ATSI flags7-11th July NAIDOC Week celebrations are held around the country each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
We will be joining in the celebrations this week at Blinky Bill and Blinky Belle Preschools


12th June – Jannawi – Indigenous Dance Performance

Indigenous DancersJannawi Dancers – Indigenous Performance. We are looking forward to the show.


12th June – 13th July – Soccer World Cup

World Cup 2014World Cup 2014 Brazil kicks off this week. At Bill and Bell Preschools we will be celebrating the event Thursday and Friday.


27th June – Red Nose Day

Red Nose DayDon’t forget red nose day is this Friday the 27th of June. Wear your nose proudly and support the fight against SIDS.


5th June – World Environment Day

World Environment DayWorld Environment Day (WED) is the United Nations’ principal vehicle for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the environment. Over the years it has grown to be a broad, global platform for public outreach that is widely celebrated by stakeholders in over 100 countries.


9th June – Queen’s Birthday

Queen's BirthdayQueen’s Birthday Public holiday


3rd June – Narellan Police Visit

Narellan Police VisitSafety for our children is so very important. The police will help us learn all about personal safety.


18th May – Camden Play Day-Kirkham Park Camden Valley Way Elderslie 11am – 2pm

May Play Day
‘Camden Play Day’ is an innovative; games based community event with the primary goal of increasing physical activity, healthy eating and decreasing sedentary activity among children and their families; a particular concern of this target group.


16th May – Fizzics Education – Science Experiments Visit

May-Fizzics-Title-10-yearsInteractive hands on science parties where your children get to be the scientists!Perfect for boys and girls who are mad about science! Awesome party entertainment!


11th May – Mother’s Day

My MumWe love our Mum’s.


9th May – Mother’s Day High Tea 2:00 to 3:30pm

High TeaCelebrate Mum’s with us as we have a high tea.


8th May – World Red Cross Day

Australian Red CrossIn this, and many other areas, tens of thousands of Red Cross people are working around the country every day to help improve the lives of vulnerable people.


22nd and 24th April – Steps Eye Testing

Steps Statewide Eyesight Preschooler Program.The StEPS program is an initiative of NSW Health and offers all 4 year old children free vision screening. Steps Will be visiting on 22nd and 24th of April


21st April – Easter Monday

Nap timeTime for our littlies to rest and relax at home and recover from all the eggs they received.


18th April – Good Friday

Have a great Good FridayThe kids get to stay home and play on this great day.


17th April – Easter Fun Afternoon – 2:00 – 3:00

Easter Egg funCome and join us for a fantastic afternoon of enjoyment and fun.


7th April – Living Eggs arrive

Living eggsThe big day, Living Eggs arrive. Our kids will get to see chicks actually hatching from their eggs.


4th and 5th April – The Camden Show

Still A country show.Camden Show


8th March – International Women’s Day

International Womens DayInspiring Change is the 2014 theme for International Women’s Day. The day is about encouraging advocacy for women’s advancement everywhere in every way.


17th March – St Patrick’s Day

St Pat's DayLet’s green it up as we make a nod to Irish Culture.


14th March – Colour For A Cure – Gold Coin Donation – Leukaemia Foundation

Colour it upColour For A Cure is an annual event where family, friends, businesses and individuals come together to raise money & support people with blood cancers. The money people raise helps the Leukaemia Foundation provide emotional and practical support free of charge to people with leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma.  We also fund critical blood cancer research into better treatments and cures.


15th – 23rd March – NSW Senior’s Week

Seniors WeekThe theme Live Life! celebrates active, healthy, independent seniors involved in their communities. Across the State, seniors can join in hundreds of free or specially discounted events.

NSW Seniors Week is the largest celebration for people aged over 60 in the southern hemisphere. It’s also for people aged 50 and older who have a lifelong disability or are of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent.


21st March – Harmony Day

Harmony DayHarmony Day 21 March is a day of cultural respect for everyone who calls Australia home – from the traditional owners of this land to those who have come from many countries around the world. By participating in Harmony Day activities, we can learn and understand how all Australians from diverse backgrounds equally belong to this nation and enrich it.


24th – 28th March – Rangers on the Run – Insect Display

Lady BeetleThis program allows our children to experience the secret world of mini beasts. They can observe mini beasts going about their day. Hunting and feeding, cleaning, moulting, or egg laying.


9th February – Free Skateboarding Clinics – Kirkham Skate Park

1385110_68693437These clinics provide an opportunity for young people to come together and practice skills with professional skateboard coaches.


11th February – Little Grinners – Children’s Dentist visit

Little GrinnerLittle Grinners is a dental program aimed at children, to help with the prevention of the rapidly high rate of tooth decay. Children need strong healthy teeth to chew their food, speak clearly and to have a bright smile.


14th February – Valentine’s Day

A day for fun and laughter and thinking of everyone we love.Valentines Heart


8th JAN 2014 – Preschool Reopens

Blinky Belle Preschool reopens on January 8th 2014.IMG_9677


25 DEC Christmas Day

Christmas in NarellanHave a safe and happy christmas.


24 DEC Closing at 3.00pm

_DFP4857Blinky Belle Preschool will be closing at 3PM today ending the last day of the year.


12th November – Murphy’s Puppet Show

12th November – Murphy’s Puppet ShowMore fun than a barrel-full of monkeys, this pram-full of puppets is an hilarious fast-paced variety show.
Specifically devised to appeal to the under-5’s. the action and sense of humour are in tune with the pre-schoolers’ expectations and comprehension levels.
It engages its audience and is heaps of FUN.


Fire Brigade Visit – To be advised

Fire TruckCome and join us as we talk to our Fire Officers. Learn about fire safety.


28th November – Big Bears Graduation

Big Bears Graduation

Come and celebrate with our Big Bears who are moving on in their school life. We have love being part of their lives and want to wish them every success for their futures. 


23rd – 27th Sep – Transport Week

Transport WeekTransport Week


21st September – Relay For Life

Relay for Life KalgoorlieRelay for Life at Camden Showground.


17th September – Danielle Dance Lesson

Danielle Dance Lesson

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11th Sep – Kids Fun Day

img-KidsFunKids fun day at Curry Reserve.


2nd – 6th Sep – Footy Colours Day

imgresWear your favourite football team’s colours to work or school and help support young people fighting cancer.


1st September – International Literacy Day

International Literacy Day International Literacy Week


5th – 11th August – Healthy Bones Week

SkeletonHealthy Bones Week raises awareness of the important role calcium-rich foods, such as dairy, have in the development and maintenance of healthy bones and the prevention of osteoporosis later in life.


9th August

dental3Little Grinners, Dental Visit.


12th – 16th August – Story Book Character Dress Up Week

pooh-and-friendsStory Book Character Dress Up Week.


25th July – Feature Creatures Visit – Reptiles

reptileGet up close with our cold blooded friends


29th July – 2nd August – Construction Week

1424212_refined_paletteBring in recyclable items such as cardboard

boxes – please keep items small no larger that a cereal box.


18th July – Danielle Dance Teacher – Dance Lesson

NAIDOC2jpgPut on your dancing shoes and get ready to have some fun.


7th – 14th July – NAIDOC Week

logoWelcome to the official NAIDOC website. NAIDOC stands for National Aboriginies and Islanders Day Observance Committee. Its origins can be traced to the emergence of Aboriginal groups in the 1920′s which sought to increase awareness in th wider community of the status and treatment of Indigenous Australians.

NAIDOC is a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and an opportunity to recognise the contributions of Indigenous Australians in various fields.

Activities take place across the nation during NAIDOC Week in the first full week of July. All Australians are encouraged to participate.


9th July – Camden Council Flag Raising Ceremony 10am John Street, Camden.

aboriginalFlagA Flag Raising Ceremony will be held in John Street Camden at 10am on Tuesday 9 July 2013.

The ceremony will be followed by a Family Fun Day at the Camden Town Farm, Exeter Street Camden.

NAIDOC is a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and an opportunity to recognise the contributions and achievements of Indigenous Australians.  This event is an opportunity to celebrate at a local level with your community.


Kid’s Vegie Gardens and Portable Herb Gardens

17th Jan 10am-12pm

Macarthur Centre for Sustainable Living
Learn how to make your own vegie garden at home.

Free Ph: 46479828


Kid’s Vegie Gardens

Macarthur Centre for Sustanable Living


 
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