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of Pittwater, Australia
Due to the replacement of the steps on the wharf, the wharf will be
closed between 9.00 am
and 3.30 pm on the Wednesday 29th September, 2010.
Council apologise for any inconvenience this may cause
The new parking scheme for Church Point came into effect on 1st
signage has since been implemented and to date there has been a grace
period with regards to offences relating to Church Point Parking
wishes to advise that full enforcement of the parking scheme will begin
1st October 2010.
Council urges all residents to purchase a Parking Permit as soon as
Point Parking Permits are available for purchase at Pittwater Council’s
Customer Service Centre located at Village Park, 1 Park Street Mona
Vale. Alternatively contact Pittwater Council on 9970 1111
Dog Day by the
Council will host their popular annual event for dogs and their owners
at Rowland Reserve Bayview on Sunday 26 September between 10am and 3pm.
The day has a mix of fun doggy events, with obedience and agility
demonstrations, plus talks on topics relevant to dog owners.
of the highlights of the day will be canine training expert Wayne
Grewar from Hanrob who will conduct education sessions on obedience,
including a demonstration known as ‘Detector Dog’.
organiser Rennae Projceski from the Council said other education
sessions would give dog owners useful information about ticks, dog
safety and training.
“Dr Bryn Lynar is principal veterinarian at
the Pittwater Animal Hospital who has worked in the area for over 10
years and will provide advice on tick paralysis and prevention,” she
Official proceedings start at 10.20am, followed by the
popular canine fancy dress show and ‘Dogs Musical Chairs’.
winner of Pittwater’s Dog of the Year photo competition will be
announced around midday.
A performance from The Willoughby Swing
Orchestra will provide musical entertainment while children can have
fun on the jumping castle. There will be a variety of
stalls, hot food stalls and a coffee van.
Brian Pickering and Kaye Browne from Pet Talk Radio will compere the
events, with plenty of great prizes on offer.
All money raised by the event will be donated to local branches of the
Animal Welfare League.
Projceski said that Dog Day by the Bay was a waste wise event, and
urged participants to help reduce waste through the use of reusable or
recyclable products. “All visitors to Dog Day will receive a
calico bag to put their goodies in. So visit the Pittwater Council tent
and pick up your calico bag and an event guide too!”
parking is free at Rowland Reserve. In the event of extreme
weather or wind the event may be postponed. For more
contact Pittwater Council’s environmental education team on 9970 1194.
Media contact: Rennae Projceski,
Pittwater Council Ph: 9970 1194
times. After the excesses of the weekend before, the number
cakes available at the cafe last weekend was woeful. Just
wonderful chocolate brownies, which sold out by about 10:02.
there anyone out there who can help? We are
need of more people to make cakes on a Sunday morning. It
need to be fancy. It doesn’t need to turn up on the dot of
– 10:05 will be fine. Your name will be displayed with the
its praises will be sung. Sorry, no cash.
Ring or text 0404 867 768 if you think you can make a cake – or just
turn up with said confectionary on the day.
ring if you would just like to get more involved – perhaps you can take
a turn chatting by the coffee machine and maybe occasionally serving a
customer? Maybe you can just do half the shift? Or
you fancy yourself as a great barista? Training is on
offer! Give us a ring!
Catherine Park, 10 till 12,
by the kindy. Bring or buy your very own Scotland Island
mug for a 50ct coffee discount.
The Cafe Crew
Red Wet Jacket
Lost red wet weather jacket at the fair
PH 0422 478 704.
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