Okines Community House Term 2, 2021
Visitors to the Okines Community House space can now check in using the Check in TAS app. Use of the app is not mandatory and a pen and paper option will still be available. Upon arrival we ask that you please check in by your preferred method. You will find the Okines QR code easily visible at all points of entry. If you have difficulty scanning the QR code you will see a six-digit number which can be entered manually into the app instead.
Our Food for Thought monthly speaker & dinner evenings are back on Friday the 7th of May with Ronnie from Natural Beekeeping Tasmania. Ronnie’s talk “To Bee or not to Bee” will include how to keep your own bees, things you can do to make your garden bee friendly and much more. We encourage you to book early to avoid disappointment as this event is extremely popular.
The Okines Bike Repair Shed is up and running on Mondays & Thursdays and other times by arrangement. Okines Bike Shed is a workshop space where volunteers are available to help people in the community fix and maintain their bikes. The bike shed will also be providing affordable bikes to the community.
We would like to remind people that if you have booked into any of Okines activities and you are unable to attend please let us know – we have waiting lists and there will be someone able to take your place.
Term Two, 2021 Okines Newsletter is now available and packed full of information about what has been happening around the house as well as what we have to look forward to. If you would like to be on the newsletter emailing list please let us know via email@example.com otherwise you can enjoy reading a copy here.
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