Experience the friendly Wyndham Village Market on Sunday, August 28 from 8.30am to 1pm where first-time stallholders will again be welcomed free of charge.
This all-weather market extends from the Historic Wyndham School of Arts Hall to the Anglican Church and environs where musicians are invited to perform in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere.
Stalls include a variety of organic and locally produced goods, free range eggs, nuts, specialty teas, Wyndham’s own coffee, delicious homemade croissants and cakes, yummy savories, handmade gifts and cards, beautiful knitted winter woollies, antiques collectibles and quality pre-loved items, jams and preserves, books, goats milk soap, lavender products, essential oils and rustic treasures and more.
Book your stall now by calling Yvonne on 64 942 443.
Come and enjoy a power-point presentation on the beautiful, historic '”range” homestead in Pambula. Hear about Commander John Lloyd RN who was responsible for building this homestead in the 1840s.
Colette and Garry Moorhead will give this talk and presentation at the Bega Valley Genealogy meeting on Sunday, August 28, 2pm at the Old Court House, Toalla St, in Pambula.
This will also be our AGM but do not let this deter you. This will be a short meeting and no-one will be hassled although we do desperately need a President and Secretary.
Everyone is welcome. There will be no charge and please also stay for afternoon tea.
A recent U3A course provided some helpful advice and hints for those experiencing the challenge of those basic home maintenance jobs. An experienced “Tradie” – Kym Mogridge - was on hand to assist and give advice in this hands-on workshop. Other specialist “one-off” courses are offered throughout the year by U3A, just check out the website.
Leisurely Lunching provides an opportunity for a social get-together to appreciate the food and décor at various venues along the Sapphire Coast. This month’s lunch is at the Merimbula Wharf Restaurant with a ½ price tour of the aquarium beginning at 11.30am.
Held on the fourth Thursday of the month from 12-2 cost is whatever you order. To book your place, contact Margaret Evans 6494 1205 email:firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are not a member, joining is simple. Annual membership is $30 (Tura Beach) with a few dollars charged for each course attended. Course information at; Website:u3asapphire.wikispaces.com
U3A stands for University of the Third Age. This “age “follows childhood and our working lives and is the time of active retirement. University simply means a community learning together.
The Merimbula and District Garden Club will hold its AGM this Saturday, August 27, at the RSL Club in Merimbula. It promises to be an interesting meeting as our guest speaker will be Adrian Iodice, a noted beekeeper and educator who has taught at many venues around the country. Adrian has experimented with various hive designs and is passionate about natural, sustainable bee keeping.
Visitors are always very welcome, so join us if you can at 10.15am for a 10.30am start and ‘bee’ enthused!
Merimbula Aglow invites you to our next meeting to hear our special speaker Ps Cam Stewart.
Cam has taught in several large independent and Christian schools during his working career, including The Kings School, Parramatta and Scotch College, Melbourne. Nineteen of these years have been as Principal, including at the Sapphire Coast Anglican College, Bega.
Aglow is an international, nondenominational organisation of two million Christian women and men who meet together regularly to support one another and reach out into their communities with the love of Christ. In Merimbula, we meet on the first Thursday of each month in the RSL, commencing with morning tea at 10am.
The next meeting is Thursday, September 1 at 10am at Merimbula RSL. Entry: $7. Ph: Marie Carter 6495 4097
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