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- SEPTEMBER 2008 -
Newsletter for Offshore Residents of Pittwater, Australia Volume 9, Issue 340 September 2008
Author Talk@Mona Vale library
Sept 23, 2008
Next talk is local author, Pam Bayfield speaking about "Silver Dreams. The story of Broken Hill" on Tuesday 23 September at 6.30pm at Mona Vale library. Cost $7.50, bookings essential, tel. 9970 1600 or email catherine_buddin@pittwater.
It is a historical saga depicting life in the early days of the town, following the lives of several families whose lives become intertwined.
Pam Bayfield was born in Mt Isa, Queensland in 1940 and most of her education was in Broken Hill. As a teacher, she worked, amongst other schools, at Pittwater House, Collaroy for ten years. She has written various books including Knees Up Mother Brown & How To Get New Knees and Survive.about her bilateral knee replacement operation. She lives on the northern beaches in Sydney.
@ the Kindy Market Fair
Sunday 21st September, Catherine ParkWeed eradication workshop
Learn how to identify the island weeds and eradication techniques with Mike Kneipp
9.30 & 10.30am, meet @ the native plant stall in the Park
Gold coin donations
'no dig' workshop
Put your spade away & the 'no dig' garden is here!
Come and help expand the 'Kindy' veggie garden and learn all you need to know about the 'no dig' garden. Professional expertise and skills from Paula (PermUP), Sharon Kinnison and Annabelle Kristovic.
This is gardening at its simplest and best.
Workshop 1pm @ Kindy Garden (small note donations) or lend a hand building from 9.30am
Call Lizzie, 9999 6871 to book
Supported by PermUP, Permaculture Solutions
Foleys Nursery, Warriewood
Better Produce, Terrey Hills
Flower Power, Warriewood
KINDY MARKET FAIR THIS
SUNDAY SEPT 21
Bake your Best
The famous and fabulous cake café returns, with espresso
coffee this year! Could you bake us a cake or slice? Last
year's was a huge success with a great range of yummies,
some allergy free, some savoury, all lovely. It's a great
showcase for island cooks!
Second hand stalls: Books, clothing (kids + adults), toys
/ bric a brac:
We're looking for your quality donations for these 3 stalls.
No large furniture items please, just interesting stuff to help
clear your cupboards and raise money for a good cause.
Council clear up is the week before, so keep a bag back for
us rather than put it on the streets .
Your kind donations will be gratefully accepted on the
kindy balcony any day of the week up till Fri 19 Sept.
For more info (and to book your favourite recipe in) call Ruth
Tedder 0430 208 433, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Offers of help on the day also welcome!
Max Djarla Dulumunmun Harrison"Max Djarla Dulumunmun Harrison is an Aboriginal Elder of the Yuin Nation on the far south coast of NSW. Max encourages people to embrace their own spiritual growth whilst making changes in the world around them at a grass roots level. He is an engaging and heart-full speaker who has spoken in Japan, Finland, the USA and within Australia. He brings a wealth of experience, wisdom and authenticity to any presentation." (taken from the web)
He also delivers compelling messages with regard to human habitation on the planet and our need to learn from its oldest extant human culture.
'Uncle' Max is organising a two night trip to the Narooma Bermagui area of New South Wales to visit what he calls 'the Sacred Mountain' from Friday 3 October to Sunday 5 October.
Accommodation and food are included for a fee of $120.
Those interested should contact 'Uncle' Max on 02 9545 2491 0419 283976
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