What’s on in Port Lincoln and Surrounds

Coffin Bay Market has much to offer, including knitted items, homemade arts and crafts, candles, jewellery, clothes, macrame and crystals. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

Sausage sizzle

St Thomas’ T-Rooms

Friday, November 10, 11am to 2pm there will be a sausage sizzle at St Thomas’ T-Rooms at the Anglican Church grounds, on the corner of Adelaide Place and Hallett Place, also serving Devonshire teas.


Port Lincoln Old Style Dance Group

Saturday, November 11, 7.15pm doors open at the North Shields Hall for dancing and supper. Bring a plate to share, all are welcome. Phone 0455 269 565 for more information.

Free forum

Prostate Cancer Support Group

Friday, November 10, 5pm to 7pm at the Grand Tasman Hotel Meeting room local prostate cancer specialist nurse Janet Birkin will be in attendance and guest speakers will be physiotherapists Kate Hollitt and Connie Drew. For further information, contact Ross Sharrad on 0439 282 242.


Coffin Bay

Sunday, November 12, 10am to 2.30pm there will be a market at the hall by the sea. There will be homemade food including baked goods, jams, sauces, relish, honey, nuts, garlic and much more. Please refer to the Coffin Bay Market Facebook page for more information.


Friends of the Parnkalla Walking Trail

Monday, November 13, 7pm at the Senior Citizens Hall, the AGM will include guest speaker Pam Hewstone presenting on local native orchids. All are welcome.

Choir practice

Carols on the Foreshore

Tuesdays, November 14 to December 5, 7pm to 9pm at the Lighthouse Family Church there will be choir practice for the Port Lincoln Carols on the Foreshore, come sing and have some fun. Bring your friends and be involved in one of Port Lincoln’s largest community events. The more the merrier. Ages 18 and up.

Members day out

Port Lincoln Combined Probus Club

Friday, November 17, 9am meet at the Port Lincoln Bowling Club carpark for carpooling to the Tumby Bay Museum at 10am, $3 entry. Lunch will be at Tumby Bay RSL Clubrooms 11.30am, $20 per person – please bring cash. To book, contact Ian or Marg on 0417 926 588.

Community workshop

Nature Conservation Society of South Australia

Sunday, November 19, 2pm to 4pm there will be an information session and sharing of results for recent population surveys on the Southern emu-wren at the Senior Citizens Club Hall in Port Lincoln. It is free of charge, with afternoon tea provided.


Eyre Peninsula Dressage Club

Thursday, 23rd November, 7pm at the Wheatsheaf Hotel, North Shields. All members are welcome to come for the meeting and a meal at 6pm.

16 Days of Activism

Zonta Club of Port Lincoln

Saturday, November 25, 6.30pm, the Zonta Club of Port Lincoln is hosting an event for the elimination of violence against women. A three course meal will be shared at the Port Lincoln Hotel and guests are asked to wear orange. The guest speaker is Rabia Aftab. For more information contact Kaaren on 0438 407 700. For tickets go to localtix.com.au


Port Lincoln Lions Club

Sunday, November 26, 9am to 2pm there will be a market at the Lions Hostel, 1055 Lincoln Highway North Shields. There will be a barbecue, market stalls, music, Royal Flying Doctor Service donut van and more. To book a site, contact Terry on 0437 499 094.

Nursing lunch

Retired nurses from PLHS

Monday, November 27, 12pm will be the last lunch of the year for the retired nurses from Port Lincoln Health Service. At the Marina Hotel, please call Shirlene on 0429 056 140 for bookings by Friday, November 24. The next lunch will be February 2024.

Christmas time

Christmas Tree Festival

Friday to Sunday, December 1 to 3, the Christmas Tree Festival will have various stalls and refreshments available at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church Hall. Friday and Saturday times are 10am to 6pm, Sunday is viewing of the trees only from 1pm to 4pm at 95 Oxford Terrace, with a gold coin donation for entry.

Christmas Cheer

Port Lincoln carols on the foreshore

Saturday, December 9, from 4.45pm, the churches of Port Lincoln are hosting Carols on the Foreshore. There will be pre-carols entertainment at Candy Cane Lane before the carols begin at 5.30pm.