at Frog Hollow
at Church Point Wharf
Thursday December 19th at
Frog Hollow and Church Point aboard the Laurel Mae, thanks to Toby Jay
and Dave Shirley,
John Flower 0403 442 046
for 2013 Carols Afloat can be downloaded HERE (PDF)
Island Dog Race
Same time same place
Christmas Eve 6pm @
Register your Dog from 2;30 to 5:30pm
Entry fee is 1 Longneck (Cold!) and 1 x Large Tin Dog Food
Official starting time 6pm (or thereabouts)
WATER TAXIS HOLIDAY OPERATIONS
Break, no Taxis
0428 238 190
Vehicle Xmas Day Service
- Advanced Bookings ONLY
- 11.00am ONLY
PITTWATER SPREADS CHRISTMAS CHEER
Enliven Pittwater is spreading the Christmas cheer with some festive
fun throughout our village centres.
A charming Christmas ‘yarn bombing’ attack has occurred at Park Street,
Mona Vale courtesy of the Woolly Wednesday knitting group from the
Council’s Social, Community & Economic Coordinator Melinda Hewitt
said the knitting group have embraced Council’s program to enliven
Pittwater by producing ‘knit graffitti’ as part of their plan to bring
people together through the art of knitting and crocheting.
Newport is playing host to a ‘Very Christo Christmas’ with a quirky art
installation at the community centre.
Ms Hewitt said the homage to the artist Christo would come in the shape
of some large ‘Christmas gifts’ for the community to enjoy in the
sculpture garden of the centre.
“Residents will also see the attractive Enliven Pittwater flags that
are adding some festive cheer along Barrenjoey Road, Newport,” she said.
Avalon, Mona Vale and Newport Chambers of Commerce along with Enliven
Pittwater are also supporting special Christmas window displays for
shops throughout the villages.
“We are encouraging residents to get on board, by spotting their
favourite window display and tagging it #enlivenPittwater,” said Ms
“Also expect to hear singers and musicians performing your favourite
carols, along with some festive coloured lights that will pop up around
Ms Hewitt said the best way of keeping up-to-date on events throughout
Pittwater is to download the free Enliven Pittwater app, available from
the App Store and Google Play,
For more information about the Enliven Pittwater program visit www.pittwater.nsw.gov.au/enliven
Media contact: Melinda Hewitt
Pittwater Council Ph: 9970 1170
I lost my phone near Bells
on Sunday night (8 December 2013).
I have had a notification from "Find my iPhone" application that "a
sound was played on Rachel's iPhone at 5:34pm on December 9, 2013 near
Scotland Island 85 Richard Road".
The app has only just located it about 30 minutes ago (So looks like
it's still right next to Bells).
I've put the phone on lost mode.It is now locked with a passcode, but
it will display a message with my sister's number to call.
Please call Olivia (0452 511 794) or Patrick (0416 591 495)
I desperately need a "new"
commuter boat that doesn't leak, if anyone has one for sale?
Mine is on its feeble last legs and hardly makes it across the ditch it
is so full of holes and oysters.
I have a good 15HP motor so I am only looking for a hull that can
happily get to and fro from Carols.
Please call Nettie 0410078754
Offshore Rental Wanted
Young couple would like to rent a self contained furnished
Period from 17th December 2013 until end of January 2014.
Phone 99971289 or mob 0408680560
Are you thinking of
Hello, we are a family of 4 (including 2 very active, lovely boys - 3
and nearly 6 years old) who are very keen to find a special place in
the Offshore Community.
We’ve been looking at properties, and talking to whoever we can, for a
while now and our preference is for entry level waterfront, or off
water, on the northern side of Scotland Island, but we are open to
We plan to initially rent out the purchased property with a view to
move in in about one to two years, so rent back is an option.
We should have pre-approval for finance in a few weeks.
If you are thinking of selling, please call Ian on 0404 833 674, or
email Ian and Robyn at email@example.com.
Wishing you all a happy Christmas and New Year.
We can’t wait to join the Offshore Community!
for Sale-Excellent Condition
Late 2012 Stacer 399 proline side console tinnie with Yamaha 25hp 2
stroke outboard with electric start, both fastidiously maintained and
in excellent condition.
Contact Jack- 0413096393 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Top quality LED navigation lights
- 2 Automatic Bilge Pumps with manual switches on the
- 12 volt DC Charger Socket with switch on the dashboard
- Black Bimini with front and side clears that can be
rolled up, in immaculate condition
- Super strong welded bash bar
- 7 Cleats (two on the back, two in the middle, two
next to the front bench and one on the bow)
- Plenty of rope and a 2.5 metre chain with a padlock
to secure the boat
- Antifoul good for another 3 months
- Water Separating fuel filter on the engine
- Padded Driver’s seat
- Safety Gear: Anchor and Rope, Bailer, 4 Lifejackets,
Torch, Fire Extinguisher, Air Horn
- Two Keys to engine and all locks
can now join the
Scotland Island Residents Association by clicking
here. Please print the
page and return the completed form to
SIRA at this address:
The Treasurer, SIRA, PO Box 70, Church Point
Please NO CASH.
Contact SIRA at email@example.com
To join the
Association, contact Michael Wiener at firstname.lastname@example.org
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by visiting the Mona Vale Library.
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