HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED HOW TO MAKE FRIENDS IN DARWIN EITHER AFTER MOVING FROM ANOTHER LOCATION OR BEING RETIRED OR DECIDING TO RETIRE? YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE A NEWCOMER TO DARWIN - ANYONE SEEKING FRIENDSHIP AND BEING INVOLVED IN ACTIVITIES IS WELCOME.
THE DARWIN IONIAN CLUB provides support and friendship, for both newcomers to Darwin as well as those who have been here for a while, with a welcoming social women's network and opportunities for meeting new friends.
Club Meetings are held on the fourth Thursday of the month from February to November
The next Club Meeting is on Thursday 28 October 2022 which follows the AGM
Venue: At a member's place (Sorry, members only.)
Guests are welcome at our Club Meetings when the venue is at a restaurant and are very welcome at coffee mornings and other activities when held in public places.
PLEASE SEND AN EMAIL TO THE PRESIDENT, VIA THE CONTACT PAGE, IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THE DARWIN IONIAN CLUB
The next coffee morning is on Thursday 13 October 2022 at 10.00 am
We will view the Telstra Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards
Venue: Salwater @ Bundilla Resturant, at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT)
19 Conacher Street, The Gardens.
**Ionian Convention - Darwin will host the next Ionian Convention in May 2023**
Members - See ICC/CONVENTION tab for Newsletters for January, March and May 2022
The Darwin Ionian Club's offer various indoor activities such as Book Club, Mah Jong, and Scrabble.
The Book Club is on the first Monday of the month (February to November), or second Monday (due to public holidays or other reasons). The next Book Club is on Monday, 3 October at 11.30 am at the Darwin Trailer Boat Club.
If you wish to join us, please send an email (see link below)
Outings around and outside Darwin will be advised during the year. Some activities include member's partners and/or friends. In August we visited BumbleBean Chocolates, quite an interesting experience on creating chocolates. On 26 May we had a successful Australia's Biggest Morning Tea for the Cancer council at the beautiful Berry Springs Nature Park. The Social Committee organised a car rally at the end of August 2021 for members and their partners and friends. They drove through the countryside looking for clues on the way to the lunch venue, at the Purple Mango Cafe, Stephen Road, Marrakai NT