October 15 - 21, 2017: Issue 333

MVHA 2017 Fashion Parade

The Mona Vale Hospital Auxiliary will be having their annual fashion parade on Tuesday, 24th October at Newport Bowling Club, cnr Palm and Barrenjoey Roads.  

Morning tea is at 10.30am followed by a Donna Lou Affordable Fashions parade.  

Proceeds will go towards providing medical equipment for the hospital and rehabilitation centres.  There is a $10 entry fee and there are raffles and lucky door prizes. 
All welcome. 
More info: 9979 5115

Newport Bowling Club Introduces Barefoot Bowling

Newport Bowling Club Breakfast Bowling.  
From October 15th  Sunday mornings 9.00 to 12.00.  
$10 includes an egg and bacon roll.

Beginners welcome, bowls are supplied.  Club is also available for barefoot and corporate bowls.
Palm Road, Newport.
For further information, call 9999 1661 or 0402 126 109

The Newport Bowling Club is situated on the beautiful Barrenjoey Peninsula, the most northerly point of the Northern Beaches area of Sydney, Australia. The Club is located on the corner of Barrenjoey and Palm Roads, Newport. Visitors are very welcome, whether local, from within the state, interstate or overseas.

Find out more by visiting: www.newportbowlingclub.com.au

Melbourne Cup at Pittwater RSL

Tuesday, November 7 at 11:30 AM - 6 PM
We are transforming Glasshouse and Distillery for a magical day of glamour at the races! Start with an exclusive pre-race party in Distillery with live music, drinks and canapes on arrival. We'll move into Glasshouse for a four-course set menu followed by tea, coffee and petit fours. Then the choice is yours - to stay at your table in glasshouse and watch the race, or move back into Distillery to see it on the big screen. Following the race the band will kick off a post-race party in Distillery and the afternoon is yours!
Best dressed | sweeps | live entertainment | TAB

Tickets available now at $85pp, bookings essential. Call 9997 3833 for more information.

FREE 3 Day Seaside Music Festival at Collaroy Beach
Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th November 2017

Bands spread across 4 stages: 
*The Beach Club Collaroy (Horizon Lounge)
*Collaroy Surf Lifesaving Club
*Marquee (in Collaroy Beach Park, between the Surf Club & The Beach Club)
*Tantric Turtle (near kids playground)

The Beach Club is collaborating with COOPERS BREWERY to serve you quality beer on tap in the park in the licenced pop-up PARK BAR (between the Beach Club & the Surf Club) as well as Molly's Cradle Sparkling, Shiraz & Sauvignon Blanc, Thatchers Cider.

Session Ale
Pale Ale
Aged Sparkling Ale


We are a licenced/registered Club, so you will need to show valid ID to sign into our premises for the above performances on the Beach Club Stage. 5km rule applies. Other RSL cards can be used in conjunction with valid ID (eg. licence) to sign in.

Aussie Hoops has landed on the Northern Beaches (limited spots)
So book yourself a spot and tell your friends starting Friday week
20th October 5.30-6.30pm at Narrabeen Sports high school gym
The program is for ages 5-12 and runs for eight weeks for just $110
Each Participant receives a high quality and durable basketball Australia participant packs, including:
▪ A cool Size 5 Spalding indoor/outdoor Basketball
▪ A basketball Australia PEAK Reversible singlet
▪ And a matching PEAK Drawstring Bag
Plus expert coaching by American professional coach Jerome Lee
To register go to this link below or go to the Aussie Hoops website

Concert by talented young pianists at Forestville

Sunday 29th October at 4:00pm
Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church 
9 Currie Rd, Forestville

Wyvern Music Forestville presents its final concert for 2017, continuing its “Rising Young Pianists” series by showcasing two young talents of the Australian keyboard scene, Nicholas Kennedy and Martin Lijauco. The concert will feature some of the greatest composers of keyboard music from Bach, Mozart, Brahms and Chopin to 20th Century Russia with Shostakovich and Kapustin’s classical and jazz fusion and 21st Century Australia with celebrated composer Carl Vine (AO).

Born in Sydney in 1996, Nicholas Kennedy holds the Chapple-Bremner Scholarship at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, where he is currently completing a Bachelor of Music (Performance) in the class of Clemens Leske. 

In 2017, Nicholas won the Mary Greville and Bert Coughtrey Scholarship for overseas study, with which he hopes to pursue postgraduate studies in the UK or USA.

23-year-old Martin Lijauco is completing a Bachelor of Music (Performance) at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music with Clemens Leske, after which he plans to study overseas with a focus on accompaniment. Although his musical training has largely revolved around Classical repertoire, Martin also plays regular contemporary gigs which include a residency at The Grace Hotel in the Sydney CBD. 

Tickets are available at the door 30 minutes before the concert and include refreshment: Full:  $25 Concession: $20 Students: $15 Children under 16 Free

Newport Water Surf Carnival
Saturday, November 4 at 8 AM - 4 PM
Newport Surf Life Saving Club
Hosted by Newport Surf Life Saving Club

Newport Water Surf Carnival - Saturday 4 November 2017
Proudly Supported by Exclusive Tiles

Nippers 8am - 12pm || Opens 12pm - 4pm

Entries via SLSA Carnival Entry system: http://carnival.sls.com.au/ 
Nipper entry $27 online || $37 on the day
Open entry $32 online || $42 on the day

Pink hi viz vests (not supplied) required for all water events.
Free sausage sandwich for all competitors

The Beautiful Girls at Narrabeen RSL

Thursday, November 30 at 8 PM - 11:30 PM
Narrabeen RSL
116 Nareen Pde, Narrabeen

Tickets on sale 9:00am Sept 8th via Oztix and the Venue 

‘Raw, spooky, rootsy, punky, reggae, dubby’ – these are some of the ways the music of The Beautiful Girls has been described. And in 2017 & 2018, they’re taking it all the way back to the sonic beginnings to celebrate anniversaries of their two seminal releases Morning Sun and Learn Yourself.

Periscopes, Music, Blackbird and LaMar, amazing performances all over the planet, the voice of Mat McHugh, heart-on-the-sleeve songs, pioneering Australia’s surf-roots-reggae sounds; these are things fans worldwide think of when they think of The Beautiful Girls.

Now Mat has decided to strip back the performances to their original essence – the striking three-piece sound which first brought the band to attention fifteen years ago.

First stop on the Morning Sun / Learn Yourself Tour will be Europe where the band built a base early in its career. Now, after over 5 years absence, the trio returns to play venues in Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland and the United Kingdom and spend four weeks reconnecting with fans.

Then it is back home to Australia and on the road over Spring and Summer to bring back the songs and sounds that make them so loved fifteen years an go and ever since.

Kindy Fund Raiser

Namatjira Project Screening
Saturday 28 October, 7:30pm Community Hall
Having premiered at this year's Melbourne International Film Festival, Namatjira Project is heading to Scotland Island on Saturday 28 October for a special screening brought to you by the Scotland Island Kindy.

A Big hART production, the documentary in part grew from the stage, but "it's far more than a straight bio or theatre-on-film adaptation" (SMH, 2017). 

Not to be missed, this is a special fund raiser for the Kindy.  Join us for wine and cheese before the start of the film. Do not miss out - book your tickets now:  HERE

The Palmy Old Mal Log Rally 2017

Saturday, November 11 at 6 AM - 5 PM
Palm Beach

Entries close 3rd November 2017
First in best dressed Entry Fee $60 Open & over 50. Juniors & second events $40. 

Entry Options: 
1. Cheques and detached entry form to: Palm Beach Longboarders Inc. PO BOX 525 Avalon NSW 2107
2. Email Entry Form and EFT Payment Details to: peter.fodor@bigpond.com
3. Photo/SMS to 0419 466 955 (photo must be clear and capture the whole form!)

Entry form below - simply click on and 'save as'
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Go Wild Gala For Sydney Wildlife 2017

When: Sat. 11 November 2017, 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm 
Where: The Cardinal's Palace (ICMS), 151 Darley Road, Manly
Tickets: $200 plus booking fee
It’s time to GO WILD for WILDLIFE at Sydney Wildlife's Inaugural Gala Event at the iconic Cardinal's Palace in Manly! Enjoy canapés and our custom-created cocktails on the balcony, followed by a delicious 3-course meal and drinks in the Great Hall. There will be live music, dancing, and lots of opportunities to make a difference - including both a live and silent auction with amazing prizes. Bring your credit cards and get that Christmas shopping done early!

At the gala, we will be raising funds for a Sydney Wildlife Mobile Clinic which will be dedicated to treating injured and sick wildlife and ensuring that they remain protected for generations. The clinic may also be able to be deployed to areas affected by natural disasters to assist with treatment and pain alleviation.

There has never been a more crucial time to invest in our natural world and the protection of our glorious wildlife!

What should I wear?
Attire is black tie.
How do I get there?
Take the ferry (the Manly Ferry Wharf is a 3-minute cab ride from ICMS) or catch a cab. Additonally, there is free car parking onsite at ICMS (International College of Management).
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, we will have a guest list at the door.
How do I become a sponsor?
We have VIP sponsor tables available for purchase. Please email us at gowildgala@gmail.com for more information.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please feel free to email us at gowildgala@gmail.com
Where can I learn more about Sydney Wildlife?
Please go to our website: www.sydneywildlife.org.au

Permaculture Northern Beaches Events 

Manly - Warringah - Pittwater Website: www.permaculturenorthernbeaches.org.au


Thursday, October 26, 2017: 7:15pm – 9:00pm
Nelson Heather Community Centre, Banksia Room 
5 Jacksons Road
North Narrabeen

Few things on Earth are as miraculous and vital as seeds -- valued and treasured since the dawn of humankind. This documentary follows passionate seed keepers who are protecting a 12,000 year-old food legacy. In the last century, 94 seed varieties have disappeared. A cadre of 10 agrichemical companies, including Syngenta, Bayer, and Monsanto, controls over two-thirds of the global seed market, reaping unprecedented profits. Farmers and others stand together to defend the future of our food.

With an introduction from our seed savers group.  Bring seeds to swap or make a small donation and take seeds from our own Northern Beaches organic seed library - lots of varieties to choose from.

All welcome, entry $10 or $7 for members, doors open 7:15pm for a 7:30pm start.

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

Pittwater Camera Club - 2017

Since 1966 


Our meetings commence at 7.15 pm for a 7.30 pm start 

To find out more, please visit our Website: www.pittwatercameraclub.org

October 23 Competition Open - First Edition. Images never shown. TBA

November 6 Presentation Lightroom/Photoshop workshop Members

November 20 AGM Members

December 4 Competition Images of the Year TBA

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



Free entry Tues-Sun 10am - 5pm Visit: www.manly.nsw.gov.au/attractions/gallery


Do you have clothes taking up closet space?  
Are they too good to simply throw away? 
Then why not swap them?  
Swapping is great for the environment and will give you a great new look. 

Avalon Community Garden is hosting a clothing swap on 22 October at the Barrenjoey High School hall (Tasman Rd gates.) 

Drop your clothes off at 10:30, chill with some cool music and morning tea, or take a stroll through the Garden until 11:00 when doors open. 

Entry is $15 which allows you to swap up to 5 items, so come and find some great deals and a whole new wardrobe!

For further information phone 0418 482 481
Avalon Community Garden is hosting the event at Barrenjoey High School Hall, 10:30 for a 11am start!
Get there early for the best deals!

Bad Mom's 2 

Hosted by Fight on the Beaches  
Time: 7pm
Date: Thursday 2nd November
Location: Warriewood Cinema
Ticket Price: $35

Join us on the Opening Night of Bad Mom's 2 and support cancer screening clinics for Mum's on the Northern Beaches!
WIN a $1000 TripADeal Voucher!!!!!!

Fight on the Beaches loves a good night out, and what better way to fund our next cancer screening clinic than with a glass of bubbles and enough laughs to see you through to Christmas.

Inclusions: Ticket, Champagne on arrival, and the chance to win a $1000 TripADeal Voucher and more!

Get booking NOW as the first 25 people to book this weekend will win a fantastic prize! Grab the girls, and join us to fight back against cancer!
All proceeds will fund a FREE Northern Beaches cancer screening clinic for women.

Pittwater Paddle 2017

The NBI Pittwater Paddle is on again this year, and we’d love you to join in the fun!

The Pittwater Paddle is NBI’s main fundraising event for the year,
and we’d like to ask you to register for the event and to raise funds for us,
so that we can continue to support children with additional needs, and their families.

The Pittwater Paddle is on Sunday 12 November and we’ve added a
second event this year so that more people can join in the fun on the day.

The Pittwater Paddle:
An 8.4km paddling event for elite or recreational paddlers (aged 12 years and older).

The NEW Pittwater Family Paddle:
A shorter 3.6km paddling event for families and less experienced paddlers (aged 12 years and older).

You can register as an individual or compete as a team in a multi-seated craft.

If paddling isn’t your thing, simply come along and show your support on the day – there will be food and entertainment available on-shore.

The Local Brew live at Bayview Golf Club

Friday, October 20 at 7 PM - 11:59 PM
Bayview Golf Club
1825 Pittwater Rd, Mona Vale
The Local Brew are regulars on the Sydney and Central Coast pub scene, delivering faithful, yet fresh renditions of all your favourite classic rock songs. Formed in 2007, The Local Brew have racked up a countless number of gigs and have crafted an impressive repertoire of over 100 songs. A big strength of the band is their ability to draw from many musical genres including soft and classic rock, aggressive Aussie pub rock, modern pop, disco, dance and even Motown soul. Whether you're in the mood to sing along with our rich 3 part harmonies, dance for hours, or bang your head, The Local Brew is a 5 piece cover band with plenty of variety in their set list for everyone to enjoy on the night!

Adrian Vaughan - Lead Vocals and Guitar
Paul Sommer - Lead Vocals and Keyboards
Glenn Sommer - Backing Vocals and Guitar
Andrew Mansfield - Bass Guitar
Richard Pearce – Drums

Cinema by the Sea MOANA

Friday, October 20 at 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Des Creagh Reserve
Central Rd, Avalon
Hosted by Barrenjoey Montessori School
Come along with a rug and enjoy this family-friendly movie under the stars. BYO picnic or enjoy a sausage sizzle. Pineapple Crush salads will also be available for a yummy healthy alternative. Gates open at 6pm, film starts at 7.30pm, Des Creagh Reserve, Nth Avalon 

Tickets: Phone 9973 1422 or the Box Office on the night.
Child: $10; Adult: $15;
Family package: $45 (4 tickets)

Mona Vale Hospital Auxiliary Stalls 2017

October 20th: 9am to 3pm Stall, foyer Mona Vale Hospital Baking, knitting, craft, books, sewing
October 24th: 10.30 am Fashion Parade, Newport Bowling Club,                   Palm Road, Newport

November 4th:  9am to 3pm  Stall, Pittwater Place, Mona Vale Knitting, sewing, craft
November 11th: 9am to 3pm Bunnings, Narrabeen Sausage sizzle
December 8th: 8am to 4pm  Stall, outside ANZ Bank, Avalon Parade, Avalon Sewing, knitting, craft, jam.                               

Wes and Allison Harder Band

Friday, October 27 at 9 PM
Kave Bar
2/370 Barrenjoey Rd, Newport
Local artists, Wes and Allison Harder will be returning to the Kave Friday evening. With special guests Justin Duggan and Nath Gliddon, they will be performing a mix of your favourite soulful, funky, bluesy toe-tapping tunes to get you in the groove all night long. Come down and enjoy!!

Sunday, November 5 at 10 AM - 4 PM
1A Park St, Mona Vale
Hosted by Mona Vale Chamber of Commerce

Come along to Village Park on 5 November for Mona Vale's annual market! Over 100 stalls selling Jewellery, fashion, homewares, gourmet food, children's clothes, arts and crafts are in store! 

There will also be face painting, a petting zoo, and some amusements for the little ones, and live music performance to enjoy over your hot food, or cold treats. 

Due to limited parking, we encourage you to ride your bike, catch the bus or walk over with your friends and family.

Friends of Narrabeen Lagoon Catchment Activities

Narrabeen Lagoon Catchment Traverse 
10am - Sunday Oct 8 repeated Sunday Dec 3
This walk is a hidden gem and offers the most amazing variety of vegetation. Also  lovely scenic views and sometimes rare fauna. Plant ID as we go and a brief lunch break BYO. 
Start 10am finish 2:30pm. LImited numbers.
Carpool back. Bookings essential. Phone or text Conny on 0432 643 295. 

Oxford Falls triangle
Sunday 22/10  7.30- 11am 
This walk will only take about 2 hrs walking, but a few small pampas grass clumps need removal and we will have morning tea in the creek bed or on a high rock ledge.
Please bring gloves and morning tea.
Bookings: Conny Harris  0432643295 or Email Conny

Terrey Hills to Morgan Rd  
Saturday 4/11  7.30-11.30 am 
Start at Terrey Hills cross the Deep Creek catchment valley and walk along feeder creek and end at Morgan Rd. Please bring gloves, old screwdriver and am tea. Plan is to include 30 min weeding. Carpool required.
Bookings: Conny Harris  0432 643 295 or Email Conny 

Spotlight Walk - 8:15pm Monday Nov 27
This walk will take place after Jayden Walsh has shown pictures and talked about amphibians and reptiles in Narrabeen Lagoon Catchment.
8:15pm Meet at Katoa Close. Spaces limited to 30 people

Spotlight Walk - 8pm Friday Dec 15
Spotlighting walk - meet at start of Slippery Dip Trail. Spaces limited to 20 people

Wildlife Walk - 7:30am Friday January 19, 2018
Meet at end of Deep Creek Carpark. Spaces limited to 30 people
Email: Friends of Narrabeen Lagoon Catchment to get a ticket and book a place for one of these fascinating Wildlife Walks led by Jayden Walsh.

Bush Regeneration - Narrabeen Lagoon Catchment  
This is a wonderful way to become connected to nature and contribute to the health of the environment.  Over the weeks and months you can see positive changes as you give native species a better chance to thrive.  Wildlife appreciate the improvement in their habitat.

Belrose area - Thursday mornings 
Belrose area - Weekend mornings by arrangement
Contact: Phone or text Conny Harris on 0432 643 295

Wheeler Creek - Wednesday mornings 9-11am
Contact: Phone or text Judith Bennett on 0402 974 105
Or email: Friends of Narrabeen Lagoon Catchment : email@narrabeenlagoon.org.au

Eco Paddle on Narrabeen Lagoon
1pm, Sunday Feb 11, 2018
Black Swan have returned to the lagoon after 20 years - come and see these majestic creatures! This paddle will visit the Western Basin, Deep and Middle Creeks. Beautiful Deep Creek attracts migratory birds from as far away as Russia and Middle Creek has been the subject of a substantial remediation programme. A relaxing 2 to 3 hour afternoon paddle. No previous kayaking experience required, tuition given. BYO boat or a hire kayak can be arranged for you at cost. 
Bookings essential.
Email tonycarr@ozemail.com.au or call 0417 502 056.

Thirsty Merc at Narrabeen RSL

Saturday, December 2 at 8 PM - 11:30 PM
Narrabeen RSL
116 Nareen Pde, Narrabeen
Hosted by Kingdom Sounds

Thirsty Merc at Narrabeen RSL 
With special guests TBA 
Saturday December 2nd 2017 
Tickets on sale now via Oztix and the venue 

15 years ago, Thirsty Merc bounded onto the music scene with their Summertime sounds, making their mark on radio and TV over the ensuing years and to celebrate this milestone, the band are heading back out on the road on their Take Me Back Tour kicking off in Brisbane on 2 November.

Thirsty Merc formed in Sydney in 2002 releasing their debut EP, First Work, in September, 2003, before being signed to Warner Music. The band’s big break came in 2004 with the release of their debut, self titled, album which included the hits, Someday Someday and In The Summertime (the theme for Bondi Rescue since 2006).

Two more studio albums followed - Slideshows in 2007 (#4 ARIA Album) and Mousetrap Heart in 2010 (#14 on the ARIA Album chart) which included radio staples, 20 Good Reasons, Mousetrap Heart and Tommy and Krista

Fast forward to 2015 - Thirsty Merc released Shifting Gears, their first wholly independent and first new material in five years and spent the next few months crossing the country; running up thousands of Frequent Flyer points and sold out shows.

Besides the hits, the Take Me Back Tour is a celebration of all the music along the way and fans can expect to hear songs they’ve never heard the band perform live before.
Lead singer, Rai Thistlethwayte, said today: “It’s thanks to the fans that we’re still here, loving life and music, 15 years later and this tour is a big “thank you” to everyone who’s sung along with us over the years, as well as a great opportunity to dust off some songs we’ve never included in our shows”.

Bird Walks And Talks 2017: PNHA

Come and see and hear some of our fantastic native birds, many of which you'll never see in your garden. Join in a Sunday guided bird walk with Pittwater Natural Heritage Association. All walks  start at 8am and end about 10am.

November 26 Warriewood Wetlands. Meet end of Katoa Close, north Narrabeen. 

Bring binoculars if possible. Drink, hat and comfortable shoes.
More information contact pnhabirdwatching@gmail.com or 
Ph Kerry on 0402605 721.

You don't need to book but if we know you're coming we'll watch out for you. Call if in doubt about weather as we won't go out if it's raining.

Modus Operandi Brewing Co.

14 Harkeith Street
Mona Vale
Ph: 8407 9864


Avalon Active Seniors Group Invites experienced Mahjong players to join a new group. Thursdays 1-3pm: $2.00 per session at Avalon Recreation Centre. Phone Julie: 0403 820 261. 

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 avalonlibrary@ozemail.com.au

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 

Palm Beach Golf Club

Music in The Garden Bar
With the success of our opening afternoon in The Garden Bar we are pleased to continue Sunday entertainment.  

Free admission event every Sunday from 1.00pm to 4.00pm only in The Garden Bar.

Palm Beach Golf Club
2 Beach Road,
Palm Beach
Ph: 9974 4079

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

Keep up to date on our Facebook page 

Sydney Northern Beaches Woodturners Inc

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: johnbutler@optusnet.com.au . Website: https://sites.google.com/site/woodturner60/

To List your Event email pittwateronlinenews@live.com.au 

Send all material ready to publish. NB: Only 100% volunteer clubs and organisations that have contributed to our community get a free listingAll others; would you let us put our hand in your pocket? 

Probably not - so please be thoughtful when sending items to be listed and adhere to the criteria. As it's only $30 per month to run your poster/ notice, we're clearly not eating crayfish washed down with champagne!