To find out about events before December 2014, please contact the Press Officer on 8962 0000.
Territory Day It's Our Day. On the first of July, we celebrate our special day - Territory Day
Fun For The Whole Family
CD and End of Program Launch Tour - Tennant Creek Town Hall Wednesday 7 June 7.00 PM
NT Writers Festival Satellite Sessions at Barkly Regional Arts - Sat 20 + Sun 21
Encouraging Healthy, Active Lifestyles, from Beginners to the Athletic
“Into Africa with a Smile”
Dust Clouds on the Horizon WW11 Army Convoy Approaching Tennant Creek NT
Thursday 25 May 9.00am-1.00pm Main St Garden, Paterson St
Fun Raising Event for Lailya Rae Dickenson
Football: the fun game for all! Boys and Girls Aged 4-9
Women's Weekly Volleyball - Monday Night Weekly Competions Starting early - May 2017
Mixed Soccer 5-A-Side Weekly Competitions
Whether you're a regular, or a first timer, Anzac Day is a unique experience in Tennant Creek.
National Youth Week - DREAM BIG - The program has something planned for all ages, so hop onboard.
RUN AND SWIM CHALLENGE 20th March - 27th March - 3rd April
"BE BOLD FOR CHANGE"
Bring your kids along to this fun annual event and catch up with Santa, too.
Let's sew a stocking with a workshop for crafty people
Let's paint a hand drum in a workshop for crafty people.
Head on up to Battery Hill to get into the festive spirit
Let's make a tiny bead man in a workshop for crafty people
It's that time of the year again to hunt for Christmas gifts for family and friends.
Let's paint a gingerbread man in a workshop for crafty people
Weekly programs of cricket for kids start this week at Anyinginyi Sport and Recreation.
Titles and Presentations for the eighth meet of the year
Ladies, here's your chance to kick up your heels with other women from the region
Meet Boof the Barra when you come to the Tennant Creek Pool for lifesaving and fun aquatic activities.
Want to learn how to teach young kids to swim? Then this AUSTSWIM swimming and water safety course is for you.
Royal Life Saving is holding 5 x FREE water safety awareness lessons for children under the age of five starting today.
Get your syndicates together for the Melbourne Cup Calcutta
Dress up and then bogeyman the night away
Come along to the CWA Hall and have a relaxing breakfast and raise money for breast cancer as well.
Tune into Pirate 88 FM to listen to a group of local Indigenous musicians talk about their culture and songs.
Get industry knowledge to help grow your business with a free workshop
Budding actors can test their skills at a workshop in the Tennant Creek Library on Tuesday.
Come on down to the library and learn how to write a screenplay
Be inspired by Mark McCrindle, an award-winning social researcher, best-selling author and influential thought leader,
Blow away the cobwebs and start the weekend off with a nature walk at Lake Mary Ann.
Get teams together for a fun weekend of cricket from 21-23 October.
Contribute to a nationwide science project with a bird survey at Lake Mary Ann
Grab your torch and join us on a free guided spotlight walk suitable for the whole family.
Discover where asbestos maybe lurking at home or work with a wheely good mobile education tool
The Pool will be closed from 10am-4pm today for the Barkly Remote Schools Swimming Carnival.
Head down to Peko Park for a pawsome time and sausage sizzle with the Barkly Vet Practice and AMRRIC.
Share your pictures from nature walks in the Barkly and you could win a My Desert Diary.
Join Ranger Susie to learn how to find some feathered friends in nature's big backyard
Have your say on the future of the Tennant Creek Library with a public consultation today
Thrills and spills at the 2016 NT Junior Sedan Titles
The Northern Territory Indigenous Business Network will help get you in the know with a free workshop.
Get trained to make Wikipedia pages on local people, places and history in the Tennant Creek Library today.
Promote your business and expand your reach with a FREE workshop on advanced social media
Get your chambray shirt and cowboy boots ready for a spectacular four-day program of events
Cowboys from across the Territory are heading to Tennant Creek this weekend for the rodeo.
Turn the page for the next exciting read with the Tennant Creek Book Club.
The swimming pool and kiosk open today at 10am
The Royal Commission into Child Detention in the Territory will visit Tennant Creek to answer questions about its work.
Tennant Creek Rotary invites community members to an unveiling of a memorial plaque at the airport
Rotary invites the community to attend a talk and photos of Tennant Creek and District in the 1960s.
Black and white drawing workshop with illustrator & botanical illustrator Yoana Mynah from 10am-12noon.
Locals are holding a dinner in honour of Mother Teresa who visited Tennant Creek in the 1980s.
Head on down to the Speedway for an octane fueled night for the sixth meet of the year
Head down to BP this morning for a fundraising coffee and donut deal.
Come down to the Tennant Creek library for a week of fun activities
Feeling a little peckish? Then head on down to the community garden for a cook up of freshly grown herbs and vegetables
Come on down to the library for a fun-filled evening.
Traditional Owner and Elder Rosemary Plummer will host Warumungu language and culture classes
Find out what lives in your backyard on a morning walk at Lake Mary Ann.
Grab your torch for a night walk of discovery at the Telegraph Station.
Find out what lives in your backyard with a free guided walk at the library
Turn the page for the next exciting read with the Tennant Creek Book Club.
The boffins from Shell Questacon will be in town to delight locals with their magical and fun portable science centre.
Take control of your life and find the career that suits you. Think big. Make it happen.
Head on down to the Memo to quiz the candidates for the Barkly
Anyinginyi is taking registrations for ANZ's NetSetGo, a junior entry netball program, now.
Get your finances in order with two days of financial literacy seminars in Tennant Creek in August.
Tennant Creek Cricket is setting up an association to grow and support cricket in town.
Don't miss out on the final day of the Desert Harmony Festival. There's plenty to see and do.
It's Festival time. Have a look at today's schedule for a fun-filled day packed with activities.
Residents and visitors alike can enjoy a day of fitness as part of the Desert Harmony Festival
Enjoy four days of music, dance, art, film, food, theatre, workshops and cultural activities.
Tennant Turf Club invites locals to a fundraising BBQ dinner for a charity bike ride.
Registrations for upcoming women's netball and mixed volleyball competitions close today.
Experience the thrills and spills of flying trapeze at the Desert Harmony Festival.
Share the giddy excitement of the Tennant Creek outback show with side show rides and cattle and dog competitions.
Lassoo yourself a cowboy and a great night of entertainment at the Barkly Beef Dinner.
March down the main street of town to celebrate Aboriginal history, culture and achievements in the Barkly.
Time to pitch in and organise a team for this fun fundraising event in Wauchope from 1 - 3 July.
Tennant Creek will host a family-friendly music event with Opera Australia and local artists Rayella
Residents and tourists have until this Sunday to see the Da Vinci Exhibition
It's the third meet of the year for the Speedway tonight.
Head down to the high school this arvo for a load of fun activities to celebrate cultural diversity.
Get your cowboy boots and Akubra hat ready for the Brunette Races from 15-19 June
Then the Barkly Multicultural Association is looking for you to take part in the annual Multicultural Night this July.
Join forces with National Reconciliation Week (27 May – 3 June).
Artists of the Barkly are invited to display their work at this year's Brunette Downs races from 16-19 June.
Head out to the speedway tonight for some high-octane fun.
Calling all green thumbs - your services are needed down at the Uniting Church garden on the main street.
Join forces for a morning tea to celebrate National Reconciliation Week.
Reflect on Sorry Day as part of National Reconciliation Week (27 May - 3 June).
Diamonds are a girl's best friend especially when it comes to playing softball. Registrations now open.