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This Week’s Cafe Reminder
Coffee Lovers of Scotland Island
Island Cafe is on again this Sunday. The weather is predicted
be good, with a very small chance of showers, so we will be out there.
are expecting cakes for this week – there was a slight hitch with the
double chocolate babka last week, which led to the appearance of some
scones. This week, hopefully the babka will make
have also been promised a banana and date loaf with butterscotch
Unfortunately, the swim was not very popular
last week – clearly, there are deeply flawed characters on this
island. So this week, how about you bring your children down
a good run round the park? You can be sipping your coffee,
they tire themselves out, ready for a good sleep. There’s
good sprinkling of young un’s, plenty of playmates.
For those of you without small children, separate tables will be
available, with ear plugs.
The Cafe Crew
News from the Pittwater Offshore Wine
Dear Wine Lover!
We are all excited about the next Wine Tasting for our little group,
due on SUNDAY, July 4th
2010 @ 3pm
Where: At the marvelous waterfront home of George Gaal and Deryn
Vokins! You know the house - now called 'The Boathouse'.
If you haven't had the opportunity to visit one of the most distinctive
homes in Pittwater, now is your chance!
thought, consideration and drinking has been done by our experts,
showing wines full of flavour and value. We will be forwarding you the
tasting notes, the price list and more information shortly.
But please now pop an entry in your diary for SUNDAY, July 4th 2010 at
can invite your neighbours by suggesting they visit
www.wine.hostcell.net where they can sign up to receive our quarterly
'notice of tasting'
Best Wishes - your committee
If you want further information, you could ring:
Gaal 9979 9141
Gaines 9979 2070
Muir 9999 4449
Purvis 9979 9667
* Greg Roberts 9979
Looking Back, Thinking Forward
Pittwater Celebrations of the first land grant.
titled - Postcards from the Island and Bays.
Opening SEPT 12th - with Arcapella choir “Icingonthecake”
(children, artists and non-artists) can submit photos of past and
present that explore the nature of our place and community.
The format will be 10cm x 15cm. Submit up to 5 images each.
The best 100 will be exhibited later in the Waterfront Café.
They can either be for sale @$5 or NFS. proceeds to go to the Kindy.
can be a photograph or artwork of any aspect of living off shore. It
could be historical or contemporary. Its up to you to
The postcard mounts can be purchased for $1 at the post office soon.
Mount the image for presentation on card write a little something on
the back and return
them to a specially marked box at the Post Office/Cafe and PMC Hill
I would like to have them a week before the exhibition so we can create
the Look of the show.
Marine Art Exhibition and Unique Car
Yacht Club - Sunday 20 June
This Sunday the Royal Motor Yacht Club will be holding a Marine Art
Exhibition and a Unique Car Show.
The Art Exhibition has a fantastic collection of around 300 paintings
featuring some of our local artists.
Come along and vote for them !
Stay for lunch, have a drink or two and then come home.
The Ferry Service will be running the Elvina.
Pick up from Church Point at 11.15 and return at 2.15.
If you would like to be picked up from another wharf please contact
Penny on 0433 038 408.
Normal fares apply.
Church Point Ferry Service
Show Flyer here
Motor Show flyer here
Local Guide - Community Information
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