Things to do in Hobart This Month
by Hobart Magazine
It’s election day so get out there and get your democracy sausage.
Today Guildford Young College will host an all new Youth Week event, live-streaming young Tasmanian speakers who’ve had success through their chosen career pathways, sharing the difficulties they’ve faced as well as the things that have helped and supported them along the way. The event is to help young people who might be struggling in choosing their future steps towards their own careers. It’s run by students for students and is timely while jobs are scarce and students are finding it hard to pin-point what it is they want to do with their career. For more information please contact Deb Winton – Careers Counsellor at GYC on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Get along to the Tassie Indie Author Book Fair which is being held today at Brooke Street Pier from 10AM-3PM. Over 60 independent authors will be sharing the fruits of their hard work.
Don’t forget today is Mother’s Day!
Take Mum along to the Spring Bay Mill Pumpkin Harvest Party. There will be pumpkin competitions, gardening demos, no-dig gardening workshops, pumpkin carving, live music, local delicacies and of course, pumpkin soup. Learn how to get your pumpkins looking really great and grow in all types of conditions, or bring along your home grown pumpkins for a chance to win prizes. Tickets are $25 (12 and under are free) and there are lunch options by Flint Kitchen on the day.
Mum might enjoy lunch by the water at the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania’s Mother’s Day lunch. Tickets are $60, (under 12s are $30), and includes a complimentary glass of sparkling wine. More details are here.
For even more events, check out the calendar in our latest issue.