The Obi Obi and Kidaman Creek District Community Hall Association are very happy to announce the reopening of the Obi Obi Hall at 2.00pm on Saturday 17th November and invite the community to celebrate the achievement.

Food, hot drinks and soft drink will be on sale.

The old timber and tin from the hall will be auctioned off starting at 3 pm;  much of the tin is branded, and in surprisingly good condition for 99 years old corrugated iron.

At 4.00 pm there will be musical entertainment from:

Darcy Kate Collier
Hobo Magic
The Rain
My Fur Coat

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A new page explaining the hiring charges for the Obi Obi hall has been added to the blog (pages are located below the Archives section).

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Our notice board

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Construction by Michael using some of our stock of used building materials

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The painting of the stage is nearly complete

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Getting ready for the opening.

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More work in the toilets.

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Rocke used as a barrier to prevent vehicles driving over the septic absorption trenches

Rocks donated by Brad Parker

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The inside walls are being sealed with a clear lacquer coating

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Windows masked up prior to spraying.

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The hoods are back on the front windows

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Fans installed but not connected to electricity.

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Getting them up was a challenge as they were quite heavy and awkward to handle.

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Three large fans for the hall ceiling.

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A fan before assembly

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Wheelie bins and gas bottles

The wheelie bins fit nicely between the kitchen deck and the ramp.

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The last of the toilet doors being painted

The hall windows are being masked up prior to the spraying of the walls with a clear finish .

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