JERVIS BAY MARITIME MUSEUM Monthly Market
Huskisson - the first Saturday of the month.
The JBMM markets are held on the first Saturday of the month from 8am-1pm, but are Twilight markets during October- April, from 3pm-7pm.
Explore a variety of arts and crafts, home wares, handmade gifts and local produce. Situated in a relaxed setting in the Museum grounds, enjoy the selection of food and beverages and live music on offer.
Markets Regular Schedule:
Lady Denman Produce & Craft Markets, Huskisson
Milton Village Markets
Berry Country Fair
Sussex Inlet Flea Market
Huskisson Market, at Sports Oval
Tomerong Village Market
Sanctuary Point Lions Club Markets
Pyree Village Arts & Crafts Markets
NEW GP AFTER HOURS SERVICE
24 hour health advice for all - Launched on 1 July 2011
If you have an urgent health concern and don’t know what to do, call the after hours GP helpline on: 1800 022 222 – for free health information and assistance from a registered nurse, or medical advice from a GP if you need it.
Launched on 1st July 2011: GP After Hours is the Australian Government’s new medical advice and diagnosis service which will provide telephone access to GP advice free of charge to the public in the following hours:
• 6pm to 8am Monday to Saturday
• 12pm Saturday to 8am Monday
• On national, state and territory public holidays
The service will form part of the healthdirect Australia initiative and will help individuals with health concerns who need to see a GP at night or on the weekend when their usual practice is closed. Through the new service, these individuals will be able to contact healthdirect Australia where they will have their condition assessed by a nurse, who will either deal with the health concern presented or when appropriate, transfer the caller to a GP who will provide further medical advice and treatment options. For further information please contact: Victoria Hanlon, Media Advisor Tel: 03 8622 6388 | Mob: 0467 723 004 | Email: email@example.com
From August 2010: Computer Literacy Programs for Seniors (over 50s): Club Husky (formerly Huskisson Bowling Club) proudly introduces our new BROADBAND FOR SENIORS KIOSK: Do you want to learn how to use a computer but don't know where to start? Thanks to the Australian Government and NEC Australia, Huskisson Bowling Club can now offer Seniors (over 50) a chance to learn how to use a computer free of charge! Lessons will cover email, word processing (writing), internet searching, and other skills which seniors may wish to learn. A section of the club has been set aside with two computers with broadband access. You don’t have to be a club member to use this service. Contact Club Manager Felicity White on 4441 5135 to make an appointment with one of our voluntary tutors now! Club Husky (formerly Huskisson Bowling Club) website: www.huskissonbowling.com.au/