The end of Autumn is upon on us and the cooler weather has well and truly settled in. Having said that we must acknowledge the wonderful run of warm sunny weather that accompanied the last few months including our Open Day at the beginning of the month! A bright blue sky heralded many local families, some familiar but also lots of new faces! A big thank you to the committee for running a flawless day. Hopefully some of you were able to pop in and sample a home made cookie, branded cupcake or enjoy the sausage sizzle.

If you’re feeling the winter blues approaching then don’t forget we have lots of new events coming up in June starting with Music Bingo on Saturday 2nd June. This is a fantastic opportunity for a night out without the kids and a chance to have fun and socialise with all your friends at the Kinder. Knowledge of music not required! Everyone is given a varying list of well known songs and then music is played – listen out for the songs on your list and then shout bingo when you’ve heard them all. We also have the pleasure of welcoming our supremely talented host from last year – Dolly! Please make sure you get your tickets booked soon to avoid disappointment!
A reminder we are still looking for donations for the silent auction (small or large). Sometimes family and friends may wish to donate, it can be a good and relatively inexpensive way to advertise a small business! Contact our events team at to get on board.
On the 21st June we have the pleasure of Winter Soltice at the Kinder! This is a wonderful community focussed night hosted by the wonderful Gina who treats us all to her delicious pumpkin soup and homemade bread. Entry is free for the whole family but please book your tickets so that we can ensure there is enough to go around!
Lastly I have to give a very special mention to Buckley Building Group for their fantastic work on our front gate! A big thank you from all of us at Elonera – a truly generous contribution from a trusted community member.
I look forward to meeting up with everyone soon!
Stay warm!
Anna Hughes