There's always something happening in the Kiama area, which includes Gerringong, Gerroa, Jamberoo and Minnamurra..
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Our Events Calendar is full of family-friendly festivals, art exhibits, concerts, expos, community events and so much more! If you would like to let us know of an upcoming event, or simply to obtain more information, contact us.
Please note that event details are subject to change and we recommend visiting event websites to verify information in advance.
Shellharbour Woodcarvers/Pyrographers have exhibited at Old Fire Station for 10-12 years. They are a charity orientated group who have supported Shellharbour Public Hospital for many years, so far raising $13,000. They will be giving demonstrations on woodcarving/pyrography, engaging the public in their craft. There will be a large number of exhibits on display, carvings and pyrography items for sale, members carving and doing pyrography. Woodcarving is an ancient art carried out over many years, there is only one group in the Illawarra who do woodcarving.Learn More
Artwork by Julie Phillips Exhibition Launch: Saturday 7 September, from 2pm Julie Phillips is drawn to people’s stories and tries to capture their complicated emotions on canvas, sensing their secrets and arranging compositions in an edgy, sometimes tormented way. ‘SHE’ depicts women using very bright, striking colours and bold paint strokes (sometimes applied with a palette knife or the artists hands alone). Julie is conscious of finding shadows and density in her work, creating illusion and drama to grab the audience’s attention.Learn More
One of Kiama’s most celebrated and awarded artist’s Ken Tucker is showing at the Art Bar throughout September. In his first solo show, Ken has drawn inspiration from one his favourite bands, The Beatles. Why the Beatles? Many times over the years Ken has produced work based on music. He says it's in his DNA! Ken recently read an article about John Lennon and how he came to write the lyrics for the Beatles song “For the Benefit of Mr Kite”, from their seminal album “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.” He found the story fascinating, the deeper meaning of the lyrics stimulating abstract thoughts and visuals in his brain, a clear theme of this classic psychedelic album. "Sometimes I just paint for fun." Ken says. Fittingly, Ken has entitled the exhibition "For the Benefit of Mr K" and it will hang from 4-29 September. This is one exhibition you don't want to miss! Opening with a 'Beatles party' on Thursday 5 September at 5.30pm. All Welcome. Beatles attire encouraged! OPENS THURSDAY 5 SEPTEMBER AT 5:30PM Visit the Facebook Event Page hereLearn More
The Illawarra Shoalhaven Suicide Prevention Collaborative is inviting the community to reflect on the milestones achieved to date, and what lies ahead for the future. Be there for the release of the Collaborative’s first Report Card & mini documentary video. Everyone and anyone is welcome to attend this free event. VENUE: The Pavilion, 2 Bong Bong Road, Kiama NSW 2533 RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org by 6th September 2019Learn More
Celebrating all things wonderful about South Coast produce and the people who make it, the South Coast Food and Wine Festival has a variety of events including their signature Long Lunch, district food and wine tours, tastings, demonstrations and live music. Find the full festival program here.Learn More
A fantastic photography retreat at one of Australia's most iconic coastal towns! Immerse yourself in beautiful landscapes and seascapes, as well as practical masterclasses in camera craft, art theory and composition. With the guidance of award-wining master photographer Ben Kopilow (who was recently crowned Creative Landscape Photographer of the Year at Shutterfest 2018), you will enjoy a relaxing, yet stimulating, weekend that will inspire you and improve your photography. Bookings essential.Learn More
Australia’s Fresh Food People - Woolworths is proud to partner with Surfing Australia as the naming rights sponsor of the 2019/20 Woolworths Surfer Groms Comps. Event 3 of the National Series is being held in the Kiama region and will bring action packed surfing and good times. A fun competitive environment for groms aged 8-14yrs. Surfing Australia invites aspiring groms of any level to come along, see website for details. Entries close 6 September.Learn More
Kiama Seaside Markets are held the third Sunday of every month and on occasional public holidays. Extra markets are usually held in April & June and again in January. Spend the day in beautiful Kiama and browse through the popular seaside craft market. Inspect the array of country craft, artisan and antique ware on display, as well as bric-a-brac, collectibles, plants and beautiful homemade items. A great shopping experience for the whole family, right in the heart of Kiama. Definitely worth a visit!Learn More
Yin yoga targets the connective tissue - fascia, ligaments, tendons - and the joints. Holding poses for longer, looking to relax the muscles and find greater depth and softness. By applying gentle and sustained stress to the connective tissue, remodeling can occur, which helps maintain healthy fascia.🍃Yin yoga will ease compression, allowing better movement and health.🍃Join Tony on the mat from 5pm-7pm to relax deeper into your body to release tension and create better flow. 🍃The workshop is $20 pre-book and $25 at the door. 🍃To book your spot, email, call/text on 0427 055 256, or send a message for more information.Namaste, Tony🙏Learn More
Mixed Media with Megan Seres Commencing Monday 29th July to Monday 16th September (8 weeks) 1.30pm to 4.30pm Kiama Scout Hall Cost: $460 Join artist and tutor Megan Seres for our Mixed Media Term class. This class is held on Monday afternoons for 8 weeks by the seaside in beautiful Kiama. Megan will take the mystery out of Mixed Media and encourage you to explore new combinations and techniques by breaking down the boundaries between different art forms. It is such a fun way to create artworks that have a wide variety of finishes. For beginners, it’s the perfect way to find your favourite mediums, for intermediate and advanced it’s a wonderful addition to your art portfolio. To book email email@example.com or call Rhonda on 0438359595Learn More
Learn more about essential oils that can compliment your reason for floating. We will cover Stress, Sleep, Skin, Aches & Pains and more! Why do you float? Is it related to Stress, Sleep, Skin, Aches & Pains, Inflammation, Anxiety? What about lack of creativity, to boost mood, be mindful & meditate. For all of these reasons doTERRA have amazing oils and products for extra support! Come along and learn about the most pure oils in the world and how they can help you be & feel your best!Learn More
The Kiama Farmers' Market runs every Wednesday. Please note that the times vary 3-6pm in summer (October to April) & 2-5pm in Winter (April to October). Stock up on fresh fruit and veggies, eggs, bread, honey, jams and chilli sauces. Lots of tasty things to eat and buy.Learn More
It is our great pleasure to invite you to the Solo Exhibition by our Resident Artist Vanessa Anderson, titled "Symbology". For FOUR DAYS ONLY you will be able to experience Vanessa's beautiful paintings full of stories portraying concepts of the human experience, transformation and healing. Thursday & Friday 10am-5pm + Saturday & Sunday 10am-4pm.Learn More
Above and Beneath is an exhibition of acrylic paintings that explore the beauty of the ocean and the coastal landscapes of the Kiama area and beyond. The works reflect the joys of the ocean from multiple view points. Some works capture the tranquility of below the oceans surface and other works explore the ocean from above, including works inspired by drone photography. In essence, Above and Beneath is a celebration of coastal living.Learn More
All levels welcome at this fun weekend of beach volleyball. A great way of meeting players from all over Sydney and have a great time. Just fill out the registration form and process payment. ScheduleFriday: Optional: 2.30pm - 4.30pm King of the court8pm technical meeting in BBQ area (divide players into their groups) Saturday: Morning Activity (TBD)Morning session (1.5h)Afternoon session (1.5h)Evening free gamesBBQ Party at night (BYO) Sunday: Morning session (1.5h)Tournament (11am - 4pm) Price: $139 or $125 for members (10% Discount if you have a valid 1 or 3 months membership with us when the camp is on)Learn More
3rd Saturday of the Month, 8.30am - 1.30pm GERRINGONG TOWN HALL & OLD SCHOOL PARK – Fern Street, Gerringong On the 3rd Saturday of the month, Gerringong Rotary Markets are held in the heart of beautiful Gerringong. Join us and discover a delightful variety of stalls offering quality products and boutique wares. Absorb the friendly, village atmosphere while making your purchases. Indulge in a selection from the array of tasty foods and drinks available and enjoy the music. We look forward to welcoming you. For further information Phone: 0428 277 931 or email: firstname.lastname@example.orgLearn More
Kiama and District Historical Society is delighted to welcome Bruce Elder on Saturday 21 September 2.30pm in Kiama Family History Centre to talk about Aussie Towns. In 1988 when Bruce Elder started writing his vast guide to Australian Towns there was no internet. He drove to every town in Australia and collected books, brochures, travel guides and information which took up an entire wall of his study. Rewriting and updating the guide he has found, to his delight, that the internet now has everything … literally everything. It can tell a researcher the true origin of the word “Ulladulla” and allow an assiduous researcher to discover which “King” gave his name to Kings Canyon near Uluru in the Northern Territory. In the talk he will give to the Historical Society, Bruce Elder will describe the vast challenge of writing about the history and attractions of 1,333 towns around Australia and explain how, over the past five years, he has written over 2.2 million words (he still has about 150 towns still to write) and how his Aussie Towns website is used by over 1.8 million people each year … many of whom make significant contributions to the understanding of the places of interest around the country. Check out the website. Bruce Elder has been involved in the writing over 60 books and he has worked as a print and radio journalist in both London and Sydney. He is an award-winning journalist (Geraldine Pascall Prize for Critical Writing - 1996) who worked as both a freelance and full time employee of the Sydney Morning Herald for 25 years. In 1988 he wrote a study of the massacres and maltreatment of Australian Aborigines titled Blood on the Wattle which was praised at the time as ‘arguably the best book ever written about Aborigines by a white writer.’ It has remained in print since 1988 and is now in its Third Edition. It has been reprinted ten times. In a Sydney Morning Herald-The Age survey in 2000 it was nominated as one of the ten most influential works of non-fiction published in Australia in the twentieth century and will be available for sale at his talk (cash only). As usual this is a free event followed by afternoon tea.Learn More
Join artist Karen Alexander for our Introduction to Sculpture with Soapstone workshop. Learn how to carve organic shapes and forms, using hand tools such as rasps and files. Experience the meditative process of carving, quieten the mind and discover your creative side, all under the gentle guidance of Karen in a nurturing and encouraging environment. Revealing the different colours & patterns through hand polishing is always a surprise at the end of the day!Included in the workshop is a small soapstone piece with tools, masks and aprons provided. Also included is a delicious morning and afternoon tea.Please wear closed covered shoes, old shirt/clothes for this workshop. You will also need to bring protective eye wear. Date: Sat 21st September 2019 Time: 9.30am - 3.30pm Where: Kiama, NSW Cost: $180 per person To book: email email@example.com or call Rhonda on 0438 359 595Learn More
Make a long lasting semi-dried hand tied wreath using natives, twigs, dried materials and foraged finds. Please feel free to bring interesting items to add from your own garden. All materials and equipment will be supplied including twig wreath. Refreshments supplied. For more info and to book please visit the website www.thewildflowerstudio.com.au or call the shop 4232 4589Learn More
Once again we are delighted to host Belinda from local resin jewellery brand Marbelle Design who will teach you an array of beginner skills that will give you a taste of making your own resin jewellery in this 3 hour intensive workshop. Belinda will explain basic techniques of mixing colour pigments and pouring resin into moulds, as well as finishing processes to sand your creations and how to attach findings to your earrings or pendant. This is a creative afternoon and participants will go home with at least 2 pairs of earrings or pendants and coordinating bangle or ring using Belinda’s extensive personal collection of resin moulds. Cost includes our Vintage afternoon tea and lots of fun!Whats included: Everything you need to make your own unique resin pieces (choice of rings, earrings or pendants) including ResinMouldsPigments Gloves, sandpaper, mixing cups, mixing sticks.Basic Jewellery Findings Glue Notes to take home with all the information from the class! Bring your creative self, and an apron. Resin and pigment will damage clothing so its advised to wear old clothing. Your space in a class is reserved only once full payment has been received. Our workshop tickets are non-refundable, but if you are aware you will be unable to attend, you may pass your ticket to someone else you wish to come in your place. In the event you forget to come or you are unable to attend a workshop, the ticket is non-transferable after the event. Whilst arriving, attending and leaving the workshops, it is your responsibility to ensure that you maintain and adhere to all safety precautions and requirements during the workshop. We hold no personal liability or responsibility for any damage, loss or theft incurred to personal property, or any physical injuries obtained during the workshop. By attending a workshop, you agree in holding full responsibility and liability for any damages, injuries to parties involved and physical and/or personal property that may occur during the workshop.Learn More
Are you in a car club or just like to get the weekend driver out and about? Bikes and cars, let’s cruise in style. Bikers 4 Heroes are going to CRUISE 4 CONVOY followed by a good old SHOW AND SHINE and FAMILY FUN DAY. Registration is $10 per vehicle for the Cruise.$20 to cruise and enter the show and shine!! Registration will be at the Kiama Leisure Centre Car park from 9am Leaving Kiama at 10am and winding through Jamberoo to Albion Park RSLLearn More
Enjoy a great family day out at the 6th Annual Kiama Classic Family Fun Bike Ride. The 5km return course skirts Kiama Harbour across multiple beaches on family friendly off road paths. Starting and finishing at Black Beach Harbour. Registration from 9am Ride starts at 10.30am $2 per person or $5 per family. Please donate on the day. All proceeds will go to the Heart Foundation. Dust off your bike and on the day you will receive a FREE drink bottle, backpack covers, sunscreen and stickers. Complete a rider survey to go in the draw to win a bike from Kiama Cycles and Sports.Learn More
A casual networking lunch for ladies running or supporting Trades based businesses on the NSW South Coast. This event is aimed at connecting the ladies running or supporting trades-based businesses in the area. It also suits businesses that support trades such as bookkeepers, social media experts, efficiency consultants, marketing gurus, and IT experts.Ladies, if you have an active role in your man’s business, even if its 1 night a week sorting invoice and receipts this is for you or if you smash your own business and can assist these ladies, this is for you.If you hate attending networking lunches because its all too formal and hard this is for you.Please join us for a casual networking lunch at 3 Brothers in Kiama. Make new friends, find new opportunities, contacts, suppliers and clients.Enjoy lunch, vent, connect, have a laugh. *Cost of lunch is your own * kids welcomeLearn More
Join Kerry Bruce for a relaxing morning escape creating and learning her new workshop – Abstract the Floral Workshop. We will be working from a still life of spring blooms creating your impression of the florals. We will be exploring the fluid approach techniques of acrylics, inks & mixed media on A2 Canvas Paper. Your time to unwind with other creatives in a nurturing & encouraging workshop. This will book out quickly as places are limited – so to secure your place in this workshop you need to email Kerry and book in. Supplies: All materials included. Beginners to Advanced Cost: $175Learn More
Original artworks from members of the Kiama Art SocietyLearn More
FOLK by the SEA is an intimate folk festival featuring the sounds of folk, world, roots, Celtic, bluegrass and gypsy music over 3 days in the picturesque seaside town of Kiama, famous for its blowhole. Now in its 7th year at Kiama, this event replaced Folk in the Foothills which was held at the Jamberoo Valley Lodge. The event is a ticket only entry (Friday and Saturday and Sunday) featuring artists from overseas and all around Australia in 100 concerts at Kiama Showground environs, the Kiama Showground Pavillion and Kiama Bowling Club. There will be 9 venues at and near Kiama Showground for the Friday, Saturday and Sunday events. Limited camping is available (only with the festival pass) at the showground as well as other quality accommodation in and around Kiama. Early Bird three-day tickets are on sale now for $90 on the festival website or by calling 1300 887034. The festival is presented by the Illawarra Folk Club, with support from Kiama Municipal Council and Destination Kiama. Full line-up details available here.Learn More
WHERE ART, WINE AND GOOD COMPANY MEET TO CREATE AND LEARN... The focus for this workshop is Portraiture in a small, intimate, art workshop, for people of all levels and experience. All art materials, refreshments and snacks provided. No prior experience necessary What to expect to learn on the night: Basic facial construction practiceExperimental style using acrylic washesMixing paints to create your desired colour paletteFocus on recognisable features What you will take home: Preliminary sketchesWarm up designsPortrait design developed in class on medium stretched canvasInformation booklet designed to further your practice The evening is all about having a relaxing, informative night, learning how to create amazing pieces of art, under the guidance and support of a professional artist. Whether you are a professional or a first timer, you will be treated to the amazing skills and knowledge of a fabulous teacher, who will walk you through every step of the process, all whilst you enjoy tasty wine and snack on delicious cheese platters. This introductory session is sure to initiate/re-ignite your passion and ability for portrait painting. Please note that this is an over 18s event.Learn More
WINE & WORDS - Wine Tasting + Introduction to Hand-Lettering Workshop Presented by Crooked River Wines x The Marker by Gillian Dinh Do you love the idea of sipping on wine to kick off your weekend? Have you ever wanted to try your hand at a creative workshop? Well here's your chance to combine the two in a unique Friday evening workshop, bringing you both wine and the art of hand-lettering! Suitable for those who've never even picked up a brush or marker before, to artistic beginners and lettering lovers of all levels. This introductory workshop suits anyone wanting to try their hand at lettering or even for those looking to brush up on the basics and try a different style. This will be a fun-filled workshop, kicking off the evening with a 30 minute group wine tasting of up to 4 different local wines from Crooked River Winery including a premium platter of tasty treats and local produce. After we've popped the cork on a few bottles, creative studio entrepreneur Gillian Dinh from The Marker, will demonstrate the basic foundations to hand-lettering in a 2 hour lettering class; teaching students about the various tools, materials and styles explored through this craft. For more information or to book tickets, please click here.Learn More
Picks and Flicks October movie (usually screened first Friday of the month but due to Council maintenance the October movie has been brought forward) is 'Woman at War'. The November screening will be back to the usual first Friday of the month, 1st November 2019. Summary: Woman at War Woman at War, is a dark comedy that takes as its catastrophic subject matter the despoliation of planet Earth and one woman's secret eco-warrior response to local environmental assault in rural Iceland. Halla, the main character balances her environmentalist efforts with a 'usual' life, including leading a local choir and seeking to create a family. The director, Benedikt Erlingsson, has a career in theatre, film and tv. His substantial skills ensure this film brings a warmth, wit and wisdom that transcend national and cultural boundaries, making this a truly universal treat . Tickets go on sale at Gerringong Town Hall at 7.20pm with the film starting at 8.00pm. After the film, stay for our Gerringong Pics and Flicks world famous Tea, Coffee and Cakes ($4.00) and take the time to discuss the film or anything else you like in a relaxed social atmosphere. Any questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org For the movie details of each month, please check either the Gerringong Pics & Flicks Website or you can download our What's On from our website. Membership $10 on the night, or buy a an annual subscription. Annual memberships is only $60. That's 11 movies from date you sign up 10-ticket multi-use cards are only $80 Casual tickets at the door $10 ea. A 10 tickets pass will be available for $80. This not only gives a 25% reduction on the door price but also can be used by more than one person. Bring along a friend or two and they can be covered by your 10 tickets pass. As there has been occasion where the hall has been at full capacity, a small number of seats will now be held for people with annual membership up until 10 minutes prior to the film commencing. After that time, those seats will be sold to casual ticket buyers. Non Members who come early can reserve a seat but only if it has been paid for first. After the film, stay for our Gerringong Pics and Flicks world famous tea, coffee and cakes ($4.00) in a relaxed social atmosphere. Come and join us at the movies!Learn More
Second Hand Saturday is a community car boot sale held twice a year. The event gives Kiama residents the chance to sell, trade, or give away their unwanted items to prevent them from going to landfill. You must be a resident of the Kiama Municipality to register for a site at this event. And is a great opportunity for everyone to come and grab a bargain! Gold coin entry with proceeds going to local not for profit organisation For more information and to register Click HereLearn More
Over 50 markets stalls including face painting and jumping castle for the kids. A Make It, Bake It, Grow It, Sew It market featuring beautiful hand-made, home-grown goods, craft and produce plus live acoustic music. Plenty to discover each month including children's & designer adult clothing, hand-made soap and skin care, beautiful art work and fine art cards, items for your home and eco-friendly products. Stock up on fresh fruit and veggies, plants, eggs, spices, honey, jams, chilli sauces and olives. Enjoy lunch with us with freshly squeezed juices, hot food and coffee. Daylight saving times are 9AM – 2PM and winter months are 10AM to 3PMLearn More
South Coast Sevens is a seven-a-side football (soccer) competition held in Gerringong NSW, on the last weekend of September. The weekend long tournament is open to all men and women, 16 years of age and over. Competition Age groups include All Age Men and All Age Women (16 years and over), Over 35s Men and over 30's Women, with prize money up for grabs for the winners of each competition. The Sevens tournament hopes to bring players from all over Australia to the sunny, beach town of Gerringong, located 1.5 hours south of Sydney. Gerringong and its surrounding areas boast some of the best beaches, wineries, outdoor activities and landscape Australia has to offer. Whether you fancy a trip away with the team or bringing your 'A' game to take out the cup and cash, the South Coast Sevens is the place for you!Learn More
Following the release of their debut EP 'Strawberry Skies', Pacific Avenue are hitting the road on a national tour presented by Select Music and AudiopaxxSUPPORTS TBAPacific Avenue are back on the road for their 3rd East Coast tour following the release of their powerful, hard hitting, Debut EP 'Strawberry Skies'. This EP is a collection of ballads written by the band since their beginnings on the south coast of NSW. The EP encapsulates the invigorating feeling of the freedom of youth and the wild times that come with it. The Pacific Avenue live show has been widely regarded by fans as well as critics as an electrifying, powerful, and heart warming experience. A show which will take you on a journey and suck you in from the get go. The Strawberry Skies tour will hold nothing back, delivering their unique blend of fast paced ballad rock up and down the coast.With multiple sell out shows on their 'YOU' tour earlier this year, sold out performances supporting Tash Sultana and Ocean Alley, and an appearance at Lost Paradise Festival, Pacific Avenue are ready to bring their powerful live show to you. Lets party!Learn More
Gerringong Music Club once again hosts an afternoon of wonderful music when the international Acacia Quartet presents a delightful concert on Sunday 29 September at 2pm in Gerringong Town Hall. The programme consists of Mozart’s string quartet no 15, Dvorak’s string quartet no 12 (‘American’) and Alice Chance’s quirky but very beautiful ‘Sundried Quartet’. Members of the Acacia quartet are Lisa Stewart and Myee Clohessy (violin), Stefan Duwe (viola) and Anna Martin-Scrase (cello). Their biographies are available on their website www.acaciaquartet.com Acacia are passionate about supporting Australian composers, working with young musicians, and sharing their love of music with audiences of all ages. Their performances feature regularly on radio stations around the world. Acacia’s engagements in Australia include the Sydney Opera House, City Recital Hall Sydney, Melbourne Recital Hall, as well as extensive touring through regional NSW and Victoria. The Quartet had their international debut in June 2016 Vancouver, Canada and were invited the following year to give their European debut performing concerts in Berlin and recording a CD. As noted in a review "Acacia Quartet performed so well that at times they seem like only one instrument, such is their clarity and unison." This will be enjoyable concert. Tickets are on sale at the concert from 1.30pm at $20 for members and $30 for visitors, students and children are free. Afternoon tea is available.Learn More
Come and join us on the last Sunday of each month in Reid Park in the lovely village of Jamberoo just inland of Kiama on the South coast of New South Wales. We have craft and bric-a-brac, new goods and used, ladies clothes and babies wear, books and jewellery, wood craft and wonderful food stalls, garden statues and veggies. Something for everybody. Join us as a customer, a visitor or a participant. Contact Vivienne on 0402 101 343 for enquiries on becoming part of the fun.Learn More
Needle felting offers numerous benefits and lends itself to sculpting projects of all kinds. It combines well with wet felting and it requires no water, soap or rolling! Using extremely sharp, barbed needles fibres are pushed up and down until they tangle the fibre together. By repeatedly stabbing needles into the fleece, 3D shapes can be formed and very fine detail can be added. In this workshop our local talented artist Robyn Healey will be teaching you two very different small projects to make. A moulded 3D flower broach (utilising moulds, fleeced spun wool embellishment) and a free form funky little gnome. What’s included: FleeceNeedlesCarbon felting padDelicious Vintage Afternoon TeaA lot of laughs and opportunity to meet new and other Makers. Kits will also be available to purchase at the Workshop on the day. Please ensure you book your seat. Your space in a class is reserved only once full payment has been received. Our workshop tickets are non-refundable, but if you are aware you will be unable to attend, you may pass your ticket to someone else you wish to come in your place. In the event you forget to come or you are unable to attend a workshop, the ticket is non-refundable or non-transferable after the event. Whilst arriving, attending and leaving the workshops, it is your responsibility to ensure that you maintain and adhere to all safety precautions and requirements during the workshop. We hold no personal liability or responsibility for any damage, loss or theft incurred to personal property, or any physical injuries obtained during the workshop. By attending a workshop, you agree in holding full responsibility and liability for any damages, injuries to parties involved and physical and/or personal property that may occur during the workshop.Learn More