May 2022

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Sunday 1 May
  • 10:00 am Taroona Working Bee - Sunday 1st May
    Taroona Working Bee - Sunday 1st May
    10:00 am – 10:00 am
    We will be joining the Taroona Environment network for a morning of weeding meeting at the Taroona Soccer ground at the bottom of Nubeena Crescent at 10am. This will be a casual couple of hours of weeding around and will be a great introduction to Landcare if it’s something new to you!
    The weather is looking like there is a slight chance of rain, so make sure to pack some warm clothes and a raincoat just in case. A full list of stuff to bring can be found in a post on the Facebook event.
    We will meet at the soccer field carpark for a 10am start!
    If you need a lift or can provide a lift, check out the post in the Facebook event.
    You will need to be a UTAS Landcare Member to join us, but you can sign up on the day for $5!
    See you there for some Sunday Landcaring!
  • 1:00 pm Soccer Semi Finals
    Soccer Semi Finals
    1:00 pm – 1:00 pm

    The time has come for us to kick around a soccer ball and pretend we know the rules. That’s right, it’s the soccer semi finals! Please grab a ticket so that we can contact trace and avoid spreading the spicy cough.

Monday 2 May
Tuesday 3 May
  • 6:00 pm Meet and Greet Ruddicks Chartered Accountants
    Meet and Greet Ruddicks Chartered Accountants
    6:00 pm – 6:00 pm

    Dear accounting students, 

    Are you keen to meet your future employer after graduation?

    Ruddicks is a local and innovative accounting firm in Launceston that has been operating since 1986. They are a hugely successful accounting firm and had been serving clients such as AutoRent Hertz, Britton Timbers, Cooltrans and much more! BESST is partnering with Ruddicks to bring you the opportunity to better understand the workings of an accounting firm. Ruddicks will be sharing tips and tricks on how to improve your chances to succeed in a job application. UTAS alumni who had acquired a position at Ruddicks will also be sharing their success stories, bet you don’t want to miss out on that 😉

    This is an amazing opportunity for accounting students who want to get the upper hand in acquiring a job at Ruddicks or wanting to know the expectation of working in an accounting firm. Leave your tummy empty because pizzas will be served at the event 😋🍕

    Register now for the free event!

Wednesday 4 May
  • 12:00 pm Lunchtime Landcare - 4th May
    Lunchtime Landcare - 4th May
    12:00 pm – 12:00 pm

    Join us as we continue to regenerate the French St gully behind the TUSA building on Sandy Bay Campus. We will be weeding, planting and enjoying this space. This is a great event to join if you are new to the society and want to get a taste of what we do! 

    We will be working on this site every Wednesday 12-1pm, meeting beside the TUSA building (at the picnic tables) each week. We have gloves and tools to use, but if you have your own please feel free to bring them too. Please also ensure that you have closed-in footwear, a water bottle, and a hat!

    Please make sure you follow UTAS COVID requirements by ensuring you are fully vaccinated and have been to a temperature check before joining us. If you are feeling unwell or displaying COVID symptoms we ask that you do not attend. 

  • 12:30 pm Welfare Week: Panel
    Welfare Week: Panel
    12:30 pm – 12:30 pm

    Tips for managing mental health and stress! Small event in Law Room 131 with Prof. Tim McCormack, Prof. Gino Dal Pont & Anna Grant, Managing Partner of Butler McIntyre and Butler.

  • 6:30 pm 3rd Year Menzies Movie Night
    3rd Year Menzies Movie Night
    6:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Thursday 5 May
Friday 6 May
  • 10:00 am Welfare Week: SASS Seminar
    Welfare Week: SASS Seminar
    10:00 am – 10:00 am

    Join us in the Moot Court from 10am to find out what Sexual Assault Support Service (SASS) does, how to access support and how you can get involved! 

Saturday 7 May
Sunday 8 May
  • 9:00 am Soccer Finals
    Soccer Finals
    9:00 am – 9:00 am

    The time has come for us to keep pretending we know the rules. That’s right, it’s the soccer finals and time for us to see if we can beat our final opponents! Please grab a ticket so that we can contact trace and avoid any of the cough!

  • 9:00 am UTE: Giant Trees and Fagus Flick
    UTE: Giant Trees and Fagus Flick
    9:00 am – 9:00 am
    Let’s go walking with the Giants! [CURRENT UTAS STUDENTS ONLY]

    About this event

    This is your chance to meet the world’s tallest flowering tree species and witness Australia’s only winter deciduous tree, the Fagus, changing its colours for the autumn.

    Come out to see some of Tasmania’s most impressive and amazing wild environments at Mount Field National Park. We’ll travel from Hobart with a local expert scientist to marvel at the soaring Eucalyptus forests and the deep green rainforests growing beneath. These are some of the most impressive trees on Earth. We also hope to catch the magical Fagus as its leaves start to change with the coming of Winter. Along the way, you’ll learn about the natural Tasmanian environment, and see the remarkable Russell Falls, perhaps Australia’s most beautiful waterfall, cascading over the sandstone cliffs. 

    Our guide Yoav Daniel Bar-Ness runs Giant Tree Expeditions to Tasmania’s world-famous Giant Forests – the tallest flowering forests on Earth. He is the Editor of Tasmanian Geographic, former Field Editor for Asian Geographic, and a forest scientist with more than 20 years of experience in Giant Forests.

    So join us and learn the science and experience the magic of our ancient forests.

    How it works:

    Normally valued at $125 per person, your special price is only $25!

    This includes return transport from Sand Bay, National Park entry fee, Yoav’s expertise and a hot beverage.

    Food and drinks are at your own expense, so pack a picnic lunch and let’s walk with our giants.

    We’re short on space, so book now!

    Trip details:

    Date: Sunday 8th May 2022

    Departs: 9:00 am – TUSA Building, 1 Churchill Ave – Sandy Bay Campus TAS 7005

    Returns: 4:30 pm

    What to Bring:

    1. Lunch and water bottle
    2. Comfortable walking shoes (walking is on flat trails at your own pace)
    3. Hat, beanie
    4. Waterproof jacket, umbrella and warm layers
    Let’s

    Note:

    As this experience is located in a wild environment, there may be circumstances in which we will need to cancel a trip to ensure the health and well-being of our students.

    If the activity is cancelled for any reason by TUSA, all tickets will be refunded. However, if you purchase a ticket and then cannot attend on the day, you will not be refunded. This is a risk you take when purchasing the ticket and we have no obligation to refund.

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, we will not allow students to join our experiences if we believe they are unwell. If you feel unwell or display flu-like symptoms, contact us to discuss options and cancel your booking.

    This experience is subsidised by your TUSA.

  • 7:00 pm Soccer party!!
    Soccer party!!
    7:00 pm – 7:00 pm

    It’s that time of year again! Get down for the first sports party of the year. We’ll be giving out awards and celebrating your amazing soccer season. Even if your not sure whether you’ll be there please get a ticket so we’re following covid guidelines!

Monday 9 May
  • 6:00 pm C+SCouncil Meeting#2 - Hobart -
    C+SCouncil Meeting#2 - Hobart -
    6:00 pm – 6:00 pm

    Clubs and Societies meetings are back, but they will be just a little bit different! Many of you mentioned that they miss the interaction with other Clubs and Societies  … so here we are! Rather than a committee being established, TUSA aims to make this more informal, just a get together where we can notify you of upcoming events, information sharing and networking. 

    Please register through this link, we will need numbers to order some refreshments available for you 🙂

    Location: TUSA Lounge – TUSA building Level 3 (Churchill Avenue), Sandy Bay Campus. 

    I am sure I will see you there ! 


    Cheers, 

    Silvia 

Tuesday 10 May
  • 7:30 pm Intercollege Table Tennis
    Intercollege Table Tennis
    7:30 pm – 7:30 pm

    Hey guys it’s table tennis time! 

    Where: Sandy Bay Student Living, Student Hub

    When: 7:30pm 

    Capacity of the space is only 35 so make sure you get a ticket. 

Wednesday 11 May
  • 12:00 pm Lunchtime Landcare - 11 April
    Lunchtime Landcare - 11 April
    12:00 pm – 12:00 pm

    Join us as we continue to regenerate the French St gully behind the TUSA building on Sandy Bay Campus. We will be weeding, planting and enjoying this space. This is a great event to join if you are new to the society and want to get a taste of what we do! 

    We will be working on this site every Wednesday 12-1pm, meeting beside the TUSA building (at the picnic tables) each week. We have gloves and tools to use, but if you have your own please feel free to bring them too. Please also ensure that you have closed-in footwear, a water bottle, and a hat!

    Please make sure you follow UTAS COVID requirements by ensuring you are fully vaccinated and have been to a temperature check before joining us. If you are feeling unwell or displaying COVID symptoms we ask that you do not attend. 

  • 5:00 pm Christ College Taskmaster
    Christ College Taskmaster
    5:00 pm – 5:00 pm

    Welcome to the first Christ College Taskmaster. An event based on the British TV show. Teams will be pitted against each other to complete a set of different fun tasks judged by the magnificent Laura to see who the smartest Freshers are. It’ll be a ton of fun and it’d be great to see everyone there.

  • 6:00 pm C+SCouncil Meeting#2 - Launceston -
    C+SCouncil Meeting#2 - Launceston -
    6:00 pm – 6:00 pm

    Clubs and Societies meetings are back, but they will be just a little bit different! Many of you mentioned that they miss the interaction with other Clubs and Societies  … so here we are! Rather than a committee being established, TUSA aims to make this more informal, just a get together where we can notify you of upcoming events, information sharing and networking. 

    Please register through this link, we will need numbers to order some refreshments available for you 🙂 

    Location: Seafarers Uni Bar  – Newnham Campus  

    I am sure I will see you there ! 


    Cheers, 

    Silvia 

Thursday 12 May
Friday 13 May
  • 6:00 pm TAPS x Guild Trivia Night
    TAPS x Guild Trivia Night
    6:00 pm – 6:00 pm

    As part of Charity Cup and our fundraising efforts for Myeloma Australia TAPS is hosting a trivia night along with the Pharmacy Guild of Australia. Come for a meal, some fun, and take home some prizes and bragging rights. We will also be drawing the winners of the raffle on the night which includes even more awesome prizes including an APF25.

    There are some awesome prizes to compete for in a team of 6, so get your friends involved. If you do not have a full 6 team members that is fine! The kitchen will be operating and available for order on the night. The night will be a great opportunity to support charity, whilst meeting other students and having some fun. It is also a great chance to network and learn more about the Guild.

  • 11:00 pm TULS Law Cocktail
    TULS Law Cocktail
    11:00 pm – 11:00 pm

    TULS Annual Law Cocktail 

Saturday 14 May
  • 7:30 am UTE: Autumn Experience: Cradle Mountain
    UTE: Autumn Experience: Cradle Mountain
    7:30 am – 7:30 am

    TUSA is inviting you to an ‘Autumn’ experience at
    Cradle Mountain! [UTAS STUDENTS ONLY]

     

    We’re
    inviting all northern-based UTAS students to venture into Tasmania’s
    world-renowned Cradle Mountain National Park and to visit the [email protected]
    wildlife conservation sanctuary. Experience the stunning Dove Lake and the
    magical Weindorfer’s Forest walk trails and see the beloved Tassie Devils up
    close.

     

     

    How does it work?

    Its only $30 for the entire trip!
    The experience has been heavily subsidised by TUSA, and on top of this, we have
    partnered with tourism operators for negotiated rates. The [email protected]
    tour alone normally costs $20 per person!

    Food and drinks are at your own expense,
    so pack a picnic lunch to keep you fueled! 


    The details?

    Date: Saturday, 14th May 

    Meeting point: 7:30am. Outside
    the TUSA Hub, opposite Student Services at the Newnham Campus, Launceston

    Return:  6:00pm

    What to bring: 

    – A packed lunch

    – Water, enough to last you the day

    – lots of warm layers enough for ZERO Celsius.
    (Better having more than less!) 

    – A sun hat

    – Good hiking/walking boots/shoes, waterproof and
    comfortable for a full day. (No canvas sneakers!)

     



    What about Cradle Mt. National
    Park?

    Cradle Mountain National Park

    Cradle Mountain is synonymous with nature,
    wilderness and all things pristine. Wildlife is in abundance in this
    spectacular national park, giving an opportunity to encounter Tasmanian devils,
    quolls, platypus, echidna, wombats and the highly inquisitive black currawong.

    Iconic Cradle Mountain is a place of exceptional
    natural beauty in the heart of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.
    From moss-covered ancient rainforests and deep river gorges to snow-covered
    mountain peaks, wild alpine moorlands and glacial lakes, the park is revered
    for its diverse and breath-taking landscapes.




    [email protected] Sanctuary 

    A world class wildlife conservation facility at
    Tasmania’s premier wilderness destination. The spectacular and pristine
    wilderness of Cradle Mountain is home to the mysterious and secretive Tasmanian
    devil.

    [email protected] is a unique Tasmanian conservation
    sanctuary located at the entrance to the spectacular World Heritage-listed
    Cradle Mountain National Park. Whilst we concentrate primarily on the Tasmanian
    devil, the sanctuary is also home to the closely related Spotted-tail and
    Eastern quolls. Tasmania’s three largest carnivorous marsupials are all now
    threatened in one way or another in the wild.

    Visitors to the sanctuary can view these animals
    from the comfort of the visitor centre, wander through the sanctuary at their
    leisure. Your visit will provide an insight into the daily operation of a
    working conservation facility for one of the world’s iconic animals, knowing
    your ticket fee is contributing to our conservation of these species
    .


    Please note:

    Personal Information

    At times, TUSA will partner with
    tourism operators to assist with delivering the Unique Tassie Experience. When
    this is the case, some of your personal information may be shared with the third
    party to ensure an optimal experience. For more information, please visit TUSA’s
    website, Personal
    Information
    .

    Cancellations

    If TUSA cancels the activity, all
    tickets will be refunded. However, if you purchase a ticket and then cannot
    attend on the day, you will not be refunded. You take this risk when purchasing
    the ticket, and TUSA has no obligation to refund.

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, we
    will not allow students to join our experiences if we believe they are unwell.
    If you feel unwell or display flu-like symptoms, we encourage you to cancel
    your booking. **Full refunds are available for customers who cancel due to
    illness. 

    Please contact [email protected]


    This experience is subsidised by your TUSA.

     

     

     

  • 8:00 am Ross 'Where? Where? Wedgie!' & de-caging weekend
    Ross 'Where? Where? Wedgie!' & de-caging weekend
    8:00 am – 8:00 am

    We will be heading up to Ross for the weekend to conduct a Where? Where? Wedgie! survey and to help out with some tree de-caging on the Sunday. 

    We will be leaving from the carpark outside of Stanley Burbury theatre at 8am. We have been asked to take RATs before leaving so please make sure you arrive 15 minutes early for that. 

    We are able to stay at the property overnight, if you’re keen to crash message us on Facebook or Insta and we’ll let you know the situation! If you’re only able to attend for one day that is fine too! You will need to bring your own food along for all meals. 

    Please see the post on Facebook for a list of stuff you will need to bring along. Also, comment on the post if you need a lift, and we will sort that out for you!

    This event is for members only so if you haven’t already, sign up for UTAS Landcare through QPay! The last day to sign up for this event is Wednesday 11th May 9am. 

    If you are feeling unwell or are displaying covid symptoms we ask that you please stay at home. 

  • 8:00 pm Christ College ICC
    Christ College ICC
    8:00 pm – 8:00 pm

    A nice relaxed event to escape from uni and mingle with our inter-college peers… with some pretty wicked drink deals too!!

Sunday 15 May
Monday 16 May
Tuesday 17 May
  • 5:30 pm Regenerating Australia - Screening & Expert Q&A
    Regenerating Australia - Screening & Expert Q&A
    5:30 pm – 5:30 pm
    Join us on Tuesday the 17th May @ 5pm at the Stanley Burbury Lecture Theatre for a screening of Regenerating Australia, the new film from Damon Gameau and the team behind 2040 and That Sugar Film. This short documentary will be followed by an expert panel discussion and Q&A with some of UTAS’s finest: Greg Lehman, Vice Chancellor of Aboriginal Leadership, Anne Hardy, Associate Professor of Tourism and Society, and Dave Kendal, Senior lecturer in Environmental Management. 
    Set on New Year’s Eve of December 2029, a news anchor is ending the nightly bulletin with a look back at the decade ‘that could be’. A decade that saw Australia transition to a fairer, cleaner, more community focused economy. The film is a construction of news reports and press conferences featuring real journalists, politicians, business leaders and citizens.
    Produced in partnership with WWF-Australia, Regenerating Australia is set on New Year’s Eve 2029 and takes the form of a news bulletin looking back at the decade ‘that could be’. A decade that saw Australia transition to a fairer, cleaner, more community-focused economy. 
    Featuring Kerry O’Brien, Gorgi Coghlan, Sandra Sully, Tim Flannery, Larissa Behrendt, David Pocock and other well-known voices, the film is based on a four-month ‘listening campaign’ with a diverse group of Australians who shared their hopes and dreams for the country’s future. 
    It is a new story for our nation: a story of empowerment. 
    A story of solutions. A story of regeneration.
    Check out the trailer here: Regenerating Australia
Wednesday 18 May
  • 9:00 am Ally Training Working it Out - Launceston
    Ally Training Working it Out - Launceston
    9:00 am – 9:00 am

    Change led by leaders is powerful. The Ally training  workshop run by Working It Out will introduce participants to key concepts of LGBTIQ+ inclusive practice and provide strategies for developing LGBTIQ+ inclusive organisations. Is your Clubs and Societies interested  in developing a more inclusive environment, and professional development. If yes, join us but remember spots are limited.

    Topics cover during the day will include: 

    -unpacking gender

    -sex and sexuality identifies

    identifying everyday experiences of stigma,

    – discrimination and isolation

    state and federal anti-discrimination laws relating to gender

    – sex and sexuality

    – key features of an inclusive organisation

    IMPORTANT: All attendees will need to complete the Ally Training Module on MyLo prior to attending. The module can be accessed through the home page of MyLo via Discover Course Catalogue> Search>Ally Network Online Training. It will take approximately 30 minutes to complete.

    LOCATION: The Groove Community Space 

    TIME: 9.00 AM – 12.00 PM – Please arrive at least 10 minutes prior the workshop starts. 

  • 9:00 am Ally Training by Working it Out
    Ally Training by Working it Out
    9:00 am – 9:00 am

    Change led by leaders is powerful. The Ally training  workshop run by Working It Out will
    introduce participants to key concepts of LGBTIQ+ inclusive practice and
    provide strategies for developing LGBTIQ+ inclusive organisations. Is your Clubs and Societies interested
     in developing a more inclusive environment, and
    professional development. If yes, join us but remember spots are limited.

    Topics cover during the day will include: 

    -unpacking
    gender

    -sex and sexuality identifies

    identifying everyday experiences of
    stigma,

    – discrimination and isolation

    state and federal anti-discrimination
    laws relating to gender

    – sex and sexuality

    – key features of an
    inclusive organisation

    IMPORTANT: All attendees will need to complete the
    Ally Training Module on MyLo prior to attending. The module can be accessed
    through the home page of MyLo via Discover Course Catalogue> Search>Ally
    Network Online Training. It will take approximately 30 minutes to complete.

    LOCATION: Law Flex Space 

    TIME: 9.00 AM – 12.00 PM – Please arrive at least 10 minutes prior the workshop starts. 

  • 12:00 pm Lunchtime Landcare - 18th May
    Lunchtime Landcare - 18th May
    12:00 pm – 12:00 pm

    Join us as we continue to regenerate the French St gully behind the TUSA building on Sandy Bay Campus. We will be weeding, planting and enjoying this space. This is a great event to join if you are new to the society and want to get a taste of what we do! 

    We will be working on this site every Wednesday 12-1pm, meeting beside the TUSA building (at the picnic tables) each week. We have gloves and tools to use, but if you have your own please feel free to bring them too. Please also ensure that you have closed-in footwear, a waterbottle, and a hat!

    Please make sure you follow UTAS COVID requirements by ensuring you are fully vaccinated and have been to a temperature check before joining us. If you are feeling unwell or displaying COVID symptoms we ask that you do not attend. 

Thursday 19 May
  • 2:00 pm How to access and map GBIF data with R
    How to access and map GBIF data with R
    2:00 pm – 2:00 pm

    In this workshop, we
    will go through how to look for and download data about species occurrence from
    the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) using the rgbif package for
    R. We will also show you how to do basic data manipulation and plotting using
    tidyverse, and finally we will create an interactive map of the occurrence data
    using leaflet.

     

    This workshop is
    directed to biologists/ecologists and anyone with a need or interest to access
    open biological data available through GBIF using R. We will not be covering
    programming basics in this workshop, so to make the most out of this session, participants
    need some experience programming in R.

     

    This workshop will be
    held at the Aurora Theatre in the IMAS Salamanca building on Thursday, May 19
    from 14:00 to 16:00. You will also have the option to join online. This event is FREE for all our members and $10 for non-members.
    Places are limited, so registration is essential. 
    If
    you are not a member yet, remember that you can become part of Datatas for $5
    if you are a student or $10 if you are not a student. Check our website for
    more details on how to join:
    https://datatas.com/join/.

     

    If
    you have any questions, you can contact us at [email protected].

  • 4:30 pm National Careers Network - Networking Event
    National Careers Network - Networking Event
    4:30 pm – 4:30 pm

    Let’s network!

    Please click here to register for the event.


    Join us for a session full of friendly conversations with industry partners and peers and learn from their experiences and knowledge. Food and beverages will be provided under COVID-19 safe regulations. We want to keep our community healthy and safe so before you join us on campus, there are just a few simple requirements you need to follow. These will keep our community safe and ensure that everyone has a great experience. – Be fully vaccinated and health screened when you arrive at the Vodafone Building. – Wear a mask during the event unless eating or drinking. – Stay home and get tested if you have flu-like symptoms. – Practice good hygiene and keep your distance from others. – Stay up-to-date on COVID-19 information. You can find more information and details about how we are keeping the University of Tasmania safe: https://www.utas.edu.au/about/safety-security-and-wellbeing/coronavirus

    [email protected] Networking event at Vodafone building

    Thursday 19 May

    4.30pm to 6.00pm

    UTAS, Vodafone Building – Level 6

     

    Get ahead of the pack.  Come
    along and meet local industry alumni for a drink and a chat about workplaces in
    2022.

    Please click here to register for the event.

  • 6:30 pm SLS Quiz Night
    SLS Quiz Night
    6:30 pm – 6:30 pm
  • 7:00 pm Uni Fellowship: Trivia Night
    Uni Fellowship: Trivia Night
    7:00 pm – 7:00 pm

    The University Fellowship of Christians is running a trivia night.

Friday 20 May
  • 9:00 am Ally Training Rozelle Campus
    Ally Training Rozelle Campus
    9:00 am – 9:00 am

    Change led by leaders is powerful. The Ally training  workshop run by Working It Out will introduce participants to key concepts of LGBTIQ+ inclusive practice and provide strategies for developing LGBTIQ+ inclusive organisations. Is your Clubs and Societies interested  in developing a more inclusive environment, and professional development. If yes, join us but remember spots are limited.

    Topics cover during the day will include: 

    -unpacking gender

    -sex and sexuality identifies

    identifying everyday experiences of stigma,

    – discrimination and isolation

    state and federal anti-discrimination laws relating to gender

    – sex and sexuality

    – key features of an inclusive organisation

    IMPORTANT: All attendees will need to complete the Ally Training Module on MyLo prior to attending. The module can be accessed through the home page of MyLo via Discover Course Catalogue> Search>Ally Network Online Training. It will take approximately 30 minutes to complete.

    LOCATION: RZ.RZ02.L01.010 (Lecture Theatre)

    TIME: 9.00 AM – 12.00 PM – Please arrive at least 10 minutes prior the workshop starts. 

  • 5:00 pm Eid Celebration
    Eid Celebration
    5:00 pm – 5:00 pm

    Eid Al-fitr marks the end of Ramadan, a holy month of fasting, prayers, and giving charity. 

  • 6:00 pm Christ College Talent Show!!!
    Christ College Talent Show!!!
    6:00 pm – 6:00 pm
    Hello beautiful people!!!!
    Christ College is having its first(??) ever Talent show!!!
    Would love to see you all sing, dance or backflip across the Conference room floor!
    For an added bit of spice, John Fisher will be joining the competition!
    YAYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!

Saturday 21 May
  • 4:30 pm MedCruise
    MedCruise
    4:30 pm – 4:30 pm
    TUMSS presents MedCruise! Your opportunity to blow off some steam before the start of exams and join us for a sunset cruise down the Derwent!
    Dress Code: Cocktail
    We will have some light refreshments at our Welfare Station and the bar on board will be serving alcoholic & non-alcoholic options for you to purchase (accepting both EFTPOS and cash).
    The boat will be departing at 5pm sharp so make sure you’re there before 5!
    **Tickets are limited, so make sure you get in quick!**
    Tickets are $35 and can be purchased by TUMSS members from 10am Saturday 16th of April and non-members from 10am Monday 18th of April.
    If you’re feeling extra generous, please consider giving an extra donation to our TUMSS charity of the year, Lifeline!
    Also, please note that this event is strictly 18+.
    COVID Reminder:
    If you’ve returned a positive test (rapid or PCR) or you’re just not feeling 100%, please stay home and follow State and School of Med regulations.
    So incredibly keen to see you all soon!
    Love,
    TUMSS xx
Sunday 22 May
Monday 23 May
Tuesday 24 May
Wednesday 25 May
Thursday 26 May
  • 5:00 pm Ally Training Cradle Coast Campus
    Ally Training Cradle Coast Campus
    5:00 pm – 5:00 pm

    Change led by leaders is powerful. The Ally training  workshop run by Working It Out will introduce participants to key concepts of LGBTIQ+ inclusive practice and provide strategies for developing LGBTIQ+ inclusive organisations. Is your Clubs and Societies interested  in developing a more inclusive environment, and professional development. If yes, join us but remember spots are limited.

    Topics cover during the day will include: 

    -unpacking gender

    -sex and sexuality identifies

    identifying everyday experiences of stigma,

    – discrimination and isolation

    state and federal anti-discrimination laws relating to gender

    – sex and sexuality

    – key features of an inclusive organisation

    IMPORTANT: All attendees will need to complete the Ally Training Module on MyLo prior to attending. The module can be accessed through the home page of MyLo via Discover Course Catalogue> Search>Ally Network Online Training. It will take approximately 30 minutes to complete.

    LOCATION: Multi A/B Rooms Rural
    Clinical School

    TIME: 9.00 AM – 12.00 PM – Please arrive at least 10 minutes prior the workshop starts. 

Friday 27 May
  • 9:45 am takara nipaluna - 'Walking Hobart'
    takara nipaluna - 'Walking Hobart'
    9:45 am – 9:45 am

    Nipaluna/Hobarts first and only Aboriginal cultural tour. A profound experience connecting us deeper to our history. An experience that is not to be missed!

    Takara nipaluna is the first and
    only Aboriginal tour of nipaluna/Hobart. This walk of nipaluna and its
    waterfront follows the route taken in 1832 by a group of 40 members of the
    Aboriginal resistance, as they progressed to the old Government House to
    negotiate an end to the Black War. takara nipaluna –
    Walking Hobart – gives voice to the palawa (Tasmanian Aboriginal) perspective and
    continued presence within this modern city, exposing the layers of history
    beneath the asphalt.

    Created and delivered by
    palawa/warlpiri woman Nunami Sculthorpe-Green, takara nipaluna is informative,
    provocative, entertaining and surprising. It will lead you to a richer
    understanding of this place and of the palawa experience here. A revelatory,
    truth-telling performance that will resonate with you long after the walk ends.

    Walking tour starts at Mathers House, located at
    108-110 Bathurst St, Hobart TAS 7000 and finishes near Salamanca.

    Spaces are limited, get in quick and book now!

    Important Info

    Students will have to arrange their own means of travel
    to the start of the tour @ 108-110 Bathurst St, Hobart, and from the end of the
    tour @ Salamanca.

    Itinerary:

    9:45am

    Meet at
    108-110 Bathurst St, Hobart TAS 7000

    10:30am

    Tours
    starts (approx 1.5 hrs)

    12:00pm

    Tour concludes

    What to Bring:

    ·      
    Snacks

    ·      
    Drink bottle

    ·      
    Suitable warm clothing

    ·      
    Appropriate comfortable footwear for walking

     

    If the activity is cancelled for any reason by TUSA, all
    tickets will be refunded. However, if you purchase a ticket and then cannot
    attend on the day, you will not be refunded. This is a risk you take when
    purchasing the ticket, and we have no obligation to refund.

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, we will not allow students to
    join our experiences if we believe they are unwell. If you feel unwell or
    display flu-like symptoms, contact us to discuss options and cancel your booking.

     

     

  • 5:00 pm PSBS CRIB NIGHT 2022
    PSBS CRIB NIGHT 2022
    5:00 pm – 5:00 pm


    Every academic year, at the close of the first semester, the Postgraduate Society for Biological Sciences (PSBS) holds its largest event – Crib Night! This year it’s DISCO themed!
    As usual we will be hosting 
    the bracket-style crib tournament and the costume and
    door prize give away.
    Dinner and non-alch drinks are included in ticket price

  • 6:00 pm Quiz Night
    Quiz Night
    6:00 pm – 6:00 pm

    Come and join us on the last day of Semester 1 to have some fun before studying for exams!

    Included in the ticket price is:

    • Dinner (shared platters of hot goodies)
    • A chance to win lucky door prizes (TUPS merchandise, coffee vouchers and more!)
    • Quiz entry – read by our gust Quizmaster Associate Professor Jim Sauer!
    • Winning team get a $20 WISH Gift Card each
    • Second place get a coffee voucher each
    • Lifeline fundraiser – gold coin donation can buy you an answer!
    • Maximum team number is 8 people

    Form a team, or let us know if you would like us to allocate you to a group and you can make some new friends! 

    If you do form a team, please make sure all of your team members have purchased a ticket and then email us [email protected] so we can put you together.

    Please note, for catering purposes, smaller teams may be placed on the same table.

  • 6:30 pm Fifth Year Law Drinks - Deep South Brewing Company
    Fifth Year Law Drinks - Deep South Brewing Company
    6:30 pm – 6:30 pm

    Fifth Year Law event at Deep South Brewing Company – come along and unwind with your 5th year peers over some drinks (wine and spirits included) at Deep South Brewing Company! 

Saturday 28 May
Sunday 29 May
Monday 30 May
  • 6:00 pm LinkedIn Workshop
    LinkedIn Workshop
    6:00 pm – 6:00 pm

    Whether you wish to start off your career or wish to excel in your field, a resume and cover letter are just not enough. LinkedIn profiles have become a powerful tool for networking in your professional groups ‘if you get the formula right’.
    Adam Mostogl – CEO and Chief Entrepreneur at The Van Diemen Project specializes in helping start-ups grow their customer base and achieve groundbreaking targets.
    BESST and The Van Diemen Project are bringing to you a LinkedIn Workshop where you will gain the key knowledge that will help you design your LinkedIn profiles in a way that helps you leave an impact within your professional groups.

  • 10:00 pm Consistency Workshop
    Consistency Workshop
    10:00 pm – 10:00 pm
    TUSA Consistency Workshop – Hobart
    Workshop Details:
    • Location: OldIMAS Building, Room 320
    • Date: 30 May 2022
    • Time:
    •     Session 1: 10am – 11am
    •     Session 2: 12pm – 1pm

    • A 45-min interactive workshop on ‘How to
      finally be consistent’
    • We all know what we ‘should’ be doing and
      even what we ‘want’ to be doing when it comes to our health. For those of
      us who are successful in starting, very few of us are successful in
      maintaining these new healthy and productive habits. 
    • Focused on teaching students to stop
      giving up on themselves and follow through with their goals and habits.
      Teaching them that it’s not ‘discipline’ is the core problem. It’s
      self-doubt and self-criticism. 
    • Online available 
Tuesday 31 May

June 2022

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Wednesday 1 June
Thursday 2 June
Friday 3 June
Saturday 4 June
  • 9:15 am Get flown away at the Raptor Refuge
    Get flown away at the Raptor Refuge
    9:15 am – 9:15 am

    Come and be flown away at the Raptor Refuge!

    Get up close and personal with some of Australia’s and Tasmania’s
    most iconic birds of prey.

    The Raptor Refuge Inc. is a not-for-profit
    organisation that reflects our dedication to caring and protecting Tasmania’s
    natural wildlife.

    The Refuge was established by its Founder, Craig
    Webb, on a 20-acre property overlooking Kettering and the D’Entrecasteaux
    Channel, after Craig returned from his career as a veterinary nurse in the
    Kimberly. Upon arrival back in Tasmania, Craig registered as a licensed
    wildlife carer and began setting up the Refuge.

    The Refuge takes in injured birds and rehabilitates
    them, with an aim to release them back into the wild whenever possible. Our
    most common refugees are 
    Wedge-tailed Eagles and White-bellied Sea Eagles.

     

    After the tour there will be an educational
    presentation before we make our way to Du Point for Lunch

    Tickets are only $15! Spaces are limited, get in quick and book now!


    Important Info

    Meeting at TUSA Building: 1 Churchill Ave, Sandy Bay TAS 7005 @9:15am. Please bring your own snacks and a packed lunch. 

    Itinerary:

    9:15

    Meet TUSA building

    9:30

    Leaving SandyBay

    10:00

    Tour starts rapport
    refuge

    12:00

    Tour Finishes

    12:30

    Leave for Du Point
    for Lunch

    13:00

    Du point for lunch

    14:00

    Head back to Hobart


    What to bring:t to Bring:

    ·      
    Lunch and snacks

    ·      
    Drink bottle

    ·      
    Suitable warm clothing

    ·      
    Appropriate comfortable footwear for walking

    ·      
    Notebook and pen (optional)

    If the activity is cancelled for any reason by TUSA, all
    tickets will be refunded. However, if you purchase a ticket and then cannot
    attend on the day, you will not be refunded. This is a risk you take when
    purchasing the ticket, and we have no obligation to refund.

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, we will not allow students to
    join our experiences if we believe they are unwell. If you feel unwell or
    display flu-like symptoms, contact us to discuss options and cancel your
    booking.

Sunday 5 June
Monday 6 June
Tuesday 7 June
Wednesday 8 June
Thursday 9 June
Friday 10 June
Saturday 11 June
Sunday 12 June
Monday 13 June
Tuesday 14 June
Wednesday 15 June
Thursday 16 June
Friday 17 June
  • 5:30 pm UTAS Planning Society Industry Night
    UTAS Planning Society Industry Night
    5:30 pm – 5:30 pm

    Dear Planning Folks

    Welcome to our first 2022 annual Planning Society Industry Night 


    First session: panel discussion with former alumni & group
    discussion with professionals

     

    UTAS Planning Society
    will invite former alumni who have already worked in planning field to give
    students a presentation and share their experience about what it is like
    working as a planner. This session will probably run 30 to 45 minutes including
    Q&A at the end of each presentation.

    After the panel
    discussion, students will be divided into groups and talk to planning
    professionals directly. Each group will have one professional and two other
    alumni. Each group discussion will run for 5 to 10 minutes, and then switch
    with other groups, in this way students should be able to talk to all
    professionals in different sectors: councils, private consultant companies etc.

     

    Second session: Food & Drinks

     

    Food & drinks will
    be served for all students and professionals. The food & drinks will be
    determined two weeks before the event starts. Second session will be more
    casual, students can use this opportunity to talk to professionals in private
    or catch up with former alumni.

     

    Ideally, the event will
    finish at 7:30 pm as we planned. If students would like to stick around to talk
    to professionals for a little longer, they are more than welcome to do so. 

Saturday 18 June
Sunday 19 June
Monday 20 June
Tuesday 21 June
Wednesday 22 June
Thursday 23 June
Friday 24 June
Saturday 25 June
  • 8:00 am Winter Overland Track Trip
    Winter Overland Track Trip
    8:00 am – 8:00 am
    Semester one has ended and winter has well and truly settled in. What’s better than an adventure to send off the first half of the uni year? The Overland Track is a well known and clearly marked traverse through Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. It is enjoyed by many every year and is regarded as one of the state’s best wilderness walks. Intrepid walkers are rewarded by sweeping views of mountains, glacial lakes and lush rainforests as they make the 65km journey from Cradle Mountain to Lake St Clair over 6 days, taking in the many peaks as they walk across the great expanses of wilderness.
    We will allow 8 days for the full traverse but I expect if we aren’t in the snow to take only 6. We will begin by travelling from Cradle Mountain to Waterfall Valley passing by the prominent Barn Bluff and Cradle Mountain. The next morning we will make tracks towards Lake Windermere and continue on towards Pelion Hut where major peaks (Pelion East/West, Oakley, Ossa) lie. If we were able to make the full trip to Pelion we will spend a day in the area before moving on towards Kia Ora framed by the towering Falling Mountain and Cathedral Mountain. An easy walk to Windy Ridge will then be made on the second last day before walking towards Lake St Clair the next. From Narcissus, it is possible to spend another night at Echo Point, take the ferry back to Cynthia Bay (for the 6 day option) or follow the Cuvier Valley for an extra day. You are welcome to pack extra food and make the trip to Pine Valley independently (it is worth a look, especially around the Labyrinth and Du Cane Range). I may make a trip up to Olympus depending on the conditions.
    To complete this walk you must have overnight bushwalking experience. In winter, conditions can rapidly deteriorate. If there is a forecast for significant snow, you MUST bring snowshoes. Microspikes are recommended in winter for traction on the boardwalks. If the weather forecast is severe, this trip will not go ahead.
    You must also pack sufficient food for 8 days. This includes 7x breakfasts, 8x lunches, 7x dinners. I will ask all participants for packing lists. Cotton clothing for walking is not permitted, you will be turned away if you are not wearing the suitable clothing or footwear. Refer to https://parks.tas.gov.au/Documents/Walker%20Pack%20List.pdf for packing guidelines.
  • 7:00 pm Almost There Party - Grad
    Almost There Party - Grad
    7:00 pm – 7:00 pm

    A cocktail party to celebrate the fact that the Graduating Cohort of 2022 are Almost There!!

Sunday 26 June
Monday 27 June
Tuesday 28 June
Wednesday 29 June
Thursday 30 June

July 2022

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Friday 1 July
Saturday 2 July
Sunday 3 July
Monday 4 July
Tuesday 5 July
Wednesday 6 July
Thursday 7 July
Friday 8 July
Saturday 9 July
Sunday 10 July
Monday 11 July
Tuesday 12 July
Wednesday 13 July
Thursday 14 July
Friday 15 July
  • 5:00 pm TasPop South 2022
    TasPop South 2022
    5:00 pm – 5:00 pm
    Welcome to TasPop South 2022!
    (we’re back, baby!) 🤩
    After two long and isolated years, Tasmanians will finally get the chance to celebrate their love of Pop Culture, Cosplay, and the arts again, all happening on the weekend of the 15th – the 17th of July 2022.
    it’s been a long wait, but with a new venue, some reimagined events and competitions, and a great place to meet up with old friends and find new ones- we’re certain it’ll be worth it!
    Don’t wait to RSVP, so you don’t miss out on any announcements or polls to help shape our event, and as always; we can’t wait to see you there!!
  • 7:00 pm TUMRSS Quiz Night
    TUMRSS Quiz Night
    7:00 pm – 7:00 pm

    EVENT POSTPONED UNTIL SEMESTER 2

    TUMRSS is hosting a Quiz Night on the 15th of July at the function room of the Duke, which is upstairs (192 Macquarie Street). It will start at 7pm, doors open at 6:45pm. There will be 4 rounds, as well as mini rounds with a prize for first place. Food is included in the ticket (please let us know of any dietary requirements) and drinks can be purchased from the bar.

    $13 per person in a group of 8
    $15 for TUMRSS members
    $20 for non-members

    Teams are at a minimum of 4 with a maximum of 8. Groups of individuals less than 4 will be placed with another group to fill tables.
    To sign up as a group of 8, one person must buy all 8 tickets on one account.

    Looking forward to seeing everyone there!!

Saturday 16 July
Sunday 17 July
Monday 18 July
  • 6:00 pm C+SCouncil Meeting #3
    C+SCouncil Meeting #3
    6:00 pm – 6:00 pm

    Clubs and Societies meetings are back, but they will be just a little bit different! Many of you mentioned that they miss the interaction with other Clubs and Societies  … so here we are! Rather than a committee being established, TUSA aims to make this more informal, just a get together where we can notify you of upcoming events, information sharing and networking. 

    Please register through this link, we will need numbers to order some refreshments available for you 🙂 

    Room Location : 

    I am sure I will see you there ! 


    Cheers, 

    Silvia 

Tuesday 19 July
Wednesday 20 July
  • 9:30 pm Mentors in Violence Prevention - South
    Mentors in Violence Prevention - South
    9:30 pm – 9:30 pm

    The Mentors in Violence Prevention Program (MVP) provides skills to help end violence in our communities by helping us learn how to be effective bystanders.

    Bystanders can confront, interrupt, or prevent violence. The training is for people from the general community. The workshop develops skills for concrete options you can safely use in a range of situations.

    The workshops are being delivered by a partnership between Women’s Health Tasmania, Hobart Women’s Shelter, Engender Equality and Women’s Legal Service. They are funded by a grant from the Tasmanian Community Fund. 


    Location: Room 403, Centenary Building
    Time: 9:30 am – 2.30 pm
    Date: 20 July 2022

    TUSA is organising Mentors in Violence Prevention workshop with Women’s Health Tasmania. This workshop is open to all staff and students, especially clubs and societies.

Thursday 21 July
Friday 22 July
  • 7:00 pm 3rd Year Botanica Half Way There Party
    3rd Year Botanica Half Way There Party
    7:00 pm – 7:00 pm

    Get keen for a great night with some share-style food and drinks on tap at one of the few chances we have left to spend time together as a full cohort. Celebrate what we have already achieved and make a toast to what we will go on to achieve soon. 

Saturday 23 July
Sunday 24 July
Monday 25 July
Tuesday 26 July
Wednesday 27 July
Thursday 28 July
Friday 29 July
Saturday 30 July
Sunday 31 July

August 2022

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Monday 1 August
Tuesday 2 August
Wednesday 3 August
Thursday 4 August
Friday 5 August
  • 1:00 pm POSTPONED**Hobart Human Library - Inclusion Forum
    POSTPONED**Hobart Human Library - Inclusion Forum
    1:00 pm – 1:00 pm

    This Inclusion Forum uses the art of storytelling to break down barriers and build empathy. It provides an opportunity for audiences to hear the personal experience of prejudice from two human ‘books’ and ask questions in a Q & A that we call, “You can ask that!”

     

    In support of IDABOHIT (International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia), the theme for this forum is gender diversity.

     

    There are only a limited number of tickets available!

    Location: Sandy Bay Campus, Harvard Lecture Theatre 2.

    Friday, May 13th (IDAHOBIT Day!) 11am-12 noon  POSTPONED! New date in semester 2 TBC

    $65 Adult/$40 UTAS Students /$35 for Tasmanian University Psychology Society/Affiliate Society Members

     

    Please arrive a few minutes before the 11am start time to ensure plenty of time for temperature checks and getting seated

     

    All ‘books’ are Tasmanians who have experienced stereotyping, prejudice, or discrimination – perhaps because of their culture, religion, gender, sexual orientation, appearance, or wellness. In sharing their personal experiences, they hope to educate others about the impact and start conversations about how we can all contribute to positive change.

     

    Feedback from previous forums:

     

    Before this forum I had not heard an explanation as to why people add their gender pronouns to their profile/contact information. Now that I understand, I will look at adding mine to my profiles/contact information in a way that also helps others understand too.

     

    Hearing real stories was great – lived experience especially for trans issues. I think this is a topic that would be great for workplaces to be more educated about as this is where the greatest knowledge gap is.

Saturday 6 August
Sunday 7 August
Monday 8 August
Tuesday 9 August
Wednesday 10 August
Thursday 11 August
  • 9:30 am Mentors in Violence Prevention - North
    Mentors in Violence Prevention - North
    9:30 am – 9:30 am

    The Mentors in Violence Prevention Program (MVP) provides skills to help end violence in our communities by helping us learn how to be effective bystanders.

    Bystanders can confront, interrupt, or prevent violence. The training is for people from the general community. The workshop develops skills for concrete options you can safely use in a range of situations.

    The workshops are being delivered by a partnership between Women’s Health Tasmania, Hobart Women’s Shelter, Engender Equality and Women’s Legal Service. They are funded by a grant from the Tasmanian Community Fund. 


    Location: The Grove, TUU Building
    Time: 9:30 am – 2.30 pm
    Date: 11 August 2022

    TUSA is organising Mentors in Violence Prevention workshop with Women’s Health Tasmania. This workshop is open to all staff and students, especially clubs and societies.

Friday 12 August
Saturday 13 August
Sunday 14 August
Monday 15 August
Tuesday 16 August
Wednesday 17 August
Thursday 18 August
Friday 19 August
Saturday 20 August
Sunday 21 August
Monday 22 August
Tuesday 23 August
Wednesday 24 August
Thursday 25 August
Friday 26 August
Saturday 27 August
Sunday 28 August
Monday 29 August
Tuesday 30 August
Wednesday 31 August

September 2022

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Thursday 1 September
Friday 2 September
Saturday 3 September
Sunday 4 September
Monday 5 September
Tuesday 6 September
Wednesday 7 September
Thursday 8 September
Friday 9 September
Saturday 10 September
Sunday 11 September
Monday 12 September
  • 6:00 pm C+SCouncil Meeting #4
    C+SCouncil Meeting #4
    6:00 pm – 6:00 pm

    Clubs and Societies meetings are back, but they will be just a little bit different! Many of you mentioned that they miss the interaction with other Clubs and Societies  … so here we are! Rather than a committee being established, TUSA aims to make this more informal, just a get together where we can notify you of upcoming events, information sharing and networking. 

    Please register through this link, we will need numbers to order some refreshments available for you 🙂 If you want to join online click here

    Room Location : SandyBay.SocialScience.210 

    I am sure I will see you there ! 


    Cheers, 

    Silvia 

Tuesday 13 September
Wednesday 14 September
Thursday 15 September
Friday 16 September
Saturday 17 September
Sunday 18 September
Monday 19 September
Tuesday 20 September
Wednesday 21 September
Thursday 22 September
Friday 23 September
Saturday 24 September
Sunday 25 September
Monday 26 September
Tuesday 27 September
Wednesday 28 September
Thursday 29 September
Friday 30 September

October 2022

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Saturday 1 October
Sunday 2 October
Monday 3 October
Tuesday 4 October
Wednesday 5 October
Thursday 6 October
Friday 7 October
Saturday 8 October
Sunday 9 October
Monday 10 October
Tuesday 11 October
Wednesday 12 October
Thursday 13 October
Friday 14 October
Saturday 15 October
Sunday 16 October
Monday 17 October
Tuesday 18 October
Wednesday 19 October
Thursday 20 October
Friday 21 October
Saturday 22 October
Sunday 23 October
Monday 24 October
Tuesday 25 October
Wednesday 26 October
Thursday 27 October
Friday 28 October
Saturday 29 October
Sunday 30 October
Monday 31 October

No events.

November 2022

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Tuesday 1 November
Wednesday 2 November
Thursday 3 November
Friday 4 November
Saturday 5 November
Sunday 6 November
Monday 7 November
Tuesday 8 November
Wednesday 9 November
Thursday 10 November
Friday 11 November
Saturday 12 November
Sunday 13 November
Monday 14 November
Tuesday 15 November
Wednesday 16 November
Thursday 17 November
Friday 18 November
Saturday 19 November
Sunday 20 November
Monday 21 November
Tuesday 22 November
Wednesday 23 November
Thursday 24 November
Friday 25 November
Saturday 26 November
Sunday 27 November
Monday 28 November
Tuesday 29 November
Wednesday 30 November

No events.

December 2022

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Thursday 1 December
Friday 2 December
Saturday 3 December
Sunday 4 December
Monday 5 December
Tuesday 6 December
Wednesday 7 December
Thursday 8 December
Friday 9 December
Saturday 10 December
Sunday 11 December
Monday 12 December
Tuesday 13 December
Wednesday 14 December
Thursday 15 December
Friday 16 December
Saturday 17 December
Sunday 18 December
Monday 19 December
Tuesday 20 December
Wednesday 21 December
Thursday 22 December
Friday 23 December
Saturday 24 December
Sunday 25 December
Monday 26 December
Tuesday 27 December
Wednesday 28 December
Thursday 29 December
Friday 30 December
Saturday 31 December

No events.

January 2023

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Sunday 1 January
Monday 2 January
Tuesday 3 January
Wednesday 4 January
Thursday 5 January
Friday 6 January
Saturday 7 January
Sunday 8 January
Monday 9 January
Tuesday 10 January
Wednesday 11 January
Thursday 12 January
Friday 13 January
Saturday 14 January
Sunday 15 January
Monday 16 January
Tuesday 17 January
Wednesday 18 January
Thursday 19 January
Friday 20 January
Saturday 21 January
Sunday 22 January
Monday 23 January
Tuesday 24 January
Wednesday 25 January
Thursday 26 January
Friday 27 January
Saturday 28 January
Sunday 29 January
Monday 30 January
Tuesday 31 January

No events.

February 2023

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Wednesday 1 February
Thursday 2 February
Friday 3 February
Saturday 4 February
Sunday 5 February
Monday 6 February
Tuesday 7 February
Wednesday 8 February
Thursday 9 February
Friday 10 February
Saturday 11 February
Sunday 12 February
Monday 13 February
Tuesday 14 February
Wednesday 15 February
Thursday 16 February
Friday 17 February
Saturday 18 February
Sunday 19 February
Monday 20 February
Tuesday 21 February
Wednesday 22 February
Thursday 23 February
Friday 24 February
Saturday 25 February
Sunday 26 February
Monday 27 February
Tuesday 28 February

No events.

March 2023

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Wednesday 1 March
Thursday 2 March
Friday 3 March
Saturday 4 March
Sunday 5 March
Monday 6 March
Tuesday 7 March
Wednesday 8 March
Thursday 9 March
Friday 10 March
Saturday 11 March
Sunday 12 March
Monday 13 March
Tuesday 14 March
Wednesday 15 March
Thursday 16 March
Friday 17 March
Saturday 18 March
Sunday 19 March
Monday 20 March
Tuesday 21 March
Wednesday 22 March
Thursday 23 March
Friday 24 March
Saturday 25 March
Sunday 26 March
Monday 27 March
Tuesday 28 March
Wednesday 29 March
Thursday 30 March
Friday 31 March

No events.

April 2023

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Saturday 1 April
Sunday 2 April
Monday 3 April
Tuesday 4 April
Wednesday 5 April
Thursday 6 April
Friday 7 April
Saturday 8 April
Sunday 9 April
Monday 10 April
Tuesday 11 April
Wednesday 12 April
Thursday 13 April
Friday 14 April
Saturday 15 April
Sunday 16 April
Monday 17 April
Tuesday 18 April
Wednesday 19 April
Thursday 20 April
Friday 21 April
Saturday 22 April
Sunday 23 April
Monday 24 April
Tuesday 25 April
Wednesday 26 April
Thursday 27 April
Friday 28 April
Saturday 29 April
Sunday 30 April

No events.