The Moana Pioneers Memorial Hall is one of the main noticeable buildings down by the Moana beachfront. While you're not likely to visit the hall on your next trip to the beach, you might want to consider visiting one of the many activities that are held here. The space is used for anything from worship, to line dancing. For one of the most eclectic mix of activities you could find, check out what is going on at the Moana Hall.
The Moana Pioneers Memorial Hall
The Moana Market This market is held on the second Sunday of every month. There is a mix of trash 'n' treasure, jewellery, sweets, and crafts. There are regulars who set up a stall every month, but even if you just want to try it out you can sign up for a stall. If you do come down to check out what's for sale you can also enjoy the sausage sizzle, it is hard to resist when the smell begins to waft through the market. The Moana Market is held between 9am and 1pm. To book a stall contact Jo afterhours: 83270480.
If you're looking for a way to get fit, then the Moana Pioneers Memorial Hall has got plenty of classes that will help get you into shape. The popular dancing fitness craze Zumba is held at the hall on Wednesday and Friday evenings, or you could sign up for one of the Step into Life outdoor fitness groups. Dare to Dance also hold dance classes that will improve your fitness. The Stetson Texas Linedancing is another good way to get you moving and having fun.
The Seaford Girl Guides also meet at the Moana Hall every Monday afternoon. Here young girls participate in craft or cooking activities, and play games and sing songs. Getting involved in Girl Guides also means that your daughter will get the opportunity to participate in other activities, and also go on camps. Girls will also work towards earning badges from achievements and accomplishments. Girl Guides is held Mondays from 4.30pm-6.30pm, call 0421011239 for more details.
For something a bit different you could check out the various martial arts classes available at the hall. Learn the ancient arts of tai chi or kung fu, or learn to master Japanese Swordsmanship. These are group classes where you'll be able to train and spar with others, and you might also learn a bit of culture while you're at it.
Friday 10.30am-12pm Yeuh Feu Kung Fu
Phone Lane: 83860657 Komei Juki Iaijutsu (Japanese Swordsmanship)
The Adelaide Revival Fellowship also meet at the hall on Wednesdays from 7pm till 10pm (85583262), and the Uniting Church have a playgroup on Tuesdays from 9.30am-11.30am (Julie: 0419199905) and a youth group on Fridays from 6pm-9pm (Brant: 0418879874). If you want to use the space for a party or event, or even if you're looking for somewhere to hold your own classes or activities, then you can also hire the space. Phone Andrew on 0402698351 to organise booking the hall. There are kitchen and toilet facilities, and the hall has ample parking.