2020 Australian F16 National Titles
Vintage Bus to the Sydney Vintage Tramway FestivalHosted by Sydney Bus Museum
Sunday, February 23, 2020 at 9:30 AM – 4 PM
Sydney Bus Museum
Old Leichhardt Tramshed, 25 Derbyshire Road, Leichhardt
Each year, the Sydney Tramway Museum marks the anniversary of the closure of Sydney's original tramway system with a gala day held on the Sunday closest to February 25.
This year, we will be taking our 1937 Leyland TD4 / Waddingtons double decker to Loftus. This wonderfully restored vehicle shows off the glory days of the NSW Department of Road Transport & Tramways, and ran alongside the trams for 24 years. It is resplendent in the red and cream livery of the 1930s DRTT, a pleasing contrast to the green and cream of the trams of the day.
Seats are limited to approximately 50 for a comfortable journey, and bookings are essential (link below).
We will start out from Leichhardt 9:30am, picking up at Central Station (Railway Square, Lee St before Stand K) at 9.50am. The bus will then proceed directly to the Tramway Museum with an anticipated arrival of 10.50am.
There, the Sydney Tramway Museum will be operating a varied array of trams from Sydney's transport history.
Pack a picnic lunch to have in the pleasant surrounds of the Railway Square Waiting Shed before boarding the waiting double decker for a return jaunt back up the Princes Highway to Central Station and the Bus Museum at Leichhardt, setting down at Sydenham (Pacific Hwy and St Peters Station upon request. Departure from Loftus will be at 2:30pm, with an expected arrival at Central of 3.30pm and Leichhardt by 4:00pm.
Bookings are essential.
The Sydney Bus Museum will not be open on this day.
Double decker bus travel to & from Loftus and admission to the Sydney Tramway Museum including unlimited tram rides are included in your ticket:
Children (4-16): $15.00. Children under 4 free.
Family (2 Adults & 2 Children): $75.00
Times are approximate and will be confirmed closer to the event:
Bus departs Sydney Bus Museum, Leichhardt: 9:30am
Bus departs Railway Square, Lee St, Stand K: 9:50am
Bus arrives Sydney Tramway Museum: approx 10:50am
Bus departs Sydney Tramway Museum: 2:30pm
Bus sets down at Central Station: approx 3.30pm
Bus returns to Sydney Bus Museum, Leichhardt: approx 4pm.
To book: https://www.sydneybusmuseum.info/tramway-festival-bus
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Mona Vale girl guides District AGM
- see what our Mona Vale District has been doing;
- thank the volunteers who run the units;
- contribute ideas for 2020;
- volunteer for a role at Mona Vale for 2020;
- meet other parents in your Guiding community; and
- have fun while playing Bingo & grazing from platters!
Modus Operandi Brewing Co.
Pittwater Camera Club -
All Meetings are 7.45 for 8pm - 10pm- The Auditorium: Pittwater RSL Club, Mona Vale Road, Mona Vale 2103 - Family, friends and visitors are all welcome. Proudly Sponsored by Pittwater RSL Club
PITTWATER CAMERA CLUB Inc. - Since 1966
MANLY ART GALLERY & MUSEUM
Palm Beach Golf Club
MWPHS - Manly Warringah Pittwater Historical Society - Established 1924
One of the oldest suburban historical societies in Australia, the Manly, Warringah & Pittwater Historical Society has kept the only continuous record of northern beaches achievements, local historical mementoes, documents and research. Membership: here
Mona Vale Library
Storytime for preschoolers
Held every Wednesday morning at Avalon Library 10:30am - 11am
Avalon Library Storytime is held every Wednesday morning from 10.30am at the Library. Hear stories, listen to music and enjoy craft activities. Sessions run for between 30 and 40 minutes. Suitable for preschoolers, 3 to 5 years of age.
Venue: 59A Old Barrenjoey Road, Avalon (above the Recreation Centre). Cost: Free however bookings are essential. Bookings: Phone: 9918 3013 or email email@example.com
Storytime at Mona Vale Library
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Mornings, 10- 10.45am
Mona Vale Library Storytime is held three mornings per week during school terms. Hear stories, sing songs and enjoy craft activities. Sessions run for approximately 45 minutes. Suitable for preschoolers, 3 to 5 years of age. Venue: Mona Vale Library, 1 Park St, Mona Vale. Cost: Free. No bookings required
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Sydney Northern Beaches Woodturners - Monthly Demonstration - Wood Turning Demonstration on the third Sunday of the month: 9am-2pm
The aim of our group is to bring together people who are interested in woodturning and to assist new members to participate in the craft of woodturning. At the same time we aim to socialise and have fun. We are active in supporting local community groups and charities. We make cash donations as well as donations of toys and equipment made by our members. Come and see us at the Narrabeen RSL Club, Nareen Pde, North Narrabeen. Workshop Open every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday between 9 am and 12 noon.
Cost: $5 for insurance & a cuppa (If you want to join there is a $25 yearly subscription fee). Contact: Jack Butler on 9999 4290 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org . Website: https://sites.google.com/site/woodturner60/
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Palm Beach Markets:4th Sunday of the month, 9am to 3pm.
26th January 2020 9:00am to 3:00pm
23rd February 2020 9:00am to 3:00pm
29th March 2020 9:00am to 3:00pm
26th April 2020 9:00am to 3:00pm
31st May 2020 9:00am to 3:00pm
28th June 2020 9:00am to 3:00pm
26th July 2020 9:00am to 3:00pm
The Palm Beach Market has been operating since 2008. As Palm Beach is the most northerly part of Sydney, every weekend tourists and locals alike stream north attracted by Palm Beach’s idyllic setting and its ‘destination’ status wihttps://profile.mysideline.com.au/register/clubsearch?criteria=2107&type=&activity=&gender=&agemin=&agemax=&comptype=&source=rugby-league&temp-new-window-replacement=trueth the market trading all year round.
The market offers customers a wider choice of products to peruse to add to the current high quality homewares, fashion and jewellery. Buy a loaf of fresh Berkelo bread, grab some French cheese or take home some famous Pho Bay Vietnamese soup and as always a great coffee.
Buskers and Hair Feathers also available.
At: Governor Phillip Park, Palm Beach
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Barrenjoey Lighthouse Tours
Every Sunday, throughout the day, from 11am to 3pm.
Tours take approx 30 mins. Phone 9472 9300 on the day to check tours are going ahead. Meeting place: Meet at the top (steep and hard 20-minute walk on uneven ground) at the keeper's cottage. Cost: $5 adults, $2 children.
Avalon Computer Pals for Seniors
AVPALS is a volunteer organisation dedicated to helping seniors improve their computer skills. Started in 2000 it now has 20+ trainers and many hundreds of students. At a really low cost (about $30 a school term) they can provide one-to-one training on most matters connected with computing and related technologies like mobile phones and digital cameras. From the smallest problem (how to hold the mouse!) to much more serious matters, there is a trainer who can help.
The training rooms are under the Catholic Church in Avalon and training is conducted Monday to Friday from 9am to 4pm. For more information visit AVPALS web site www.avpals.com or phone 02 8064 3574
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