Kindy Trivia Night
18 May - 7.30pm, Scotland Island Hall
It’s that time of year again for our Annual Kindy Trivia Night.
Bar open, Raffle (lots of prizes), Auction and lots
of fun to be had.
Golf Package – Golf Bag, Book and a round of golf
for two at Mona Vale Golf Club value $400
2 Hour Cruise on the Elvina valued $360 (Thank you Penny and Simon)
Mystery Prize from the Kindy.
Toni and Guy hair - $80
Mrs Browns Health Food Shop – Hamper value ??? Not sure yet
Design & Print of a business card value $250 donated by Jane
& Adrian Matthews
Organic Food Newport – Fruit and Veg Hamper value ?? Not sure yet?
Contours Gym – 3 x 1 month membership with personal trainer session and
Church Point Waterfront - $100 meal voucher
Mike Pawleys Shoes Mona Vale - $25 Voucher
Westfield Gift Voucher Value $50 donated by my friend Nikki Nicholas
Lots of handmade jewellery and books also
Please contact Liz on 9979 7856 to purchase tickets $20 pp including
Look forward to seeing you all there for a great night.
Liz – Director SIOCS Kindy
Cornish Forrest ?
I am a family history researcher and from the 1963 NSW electoral rolls
have identified the above person as residing at “Torbay”, Scotland
Island (possibly his holiday home as he was also residing at Gordon).
I was wondering if anyone remembered either him or the house. He
was descended from a very old, wealthy shipping family from South
Shields, Durham, Eng. He was the Capt. of the P&O
vessel Arcadia which was the first cruise liner to arrive in Sydney in
1954 and it wasn’t long after this that he and his wife Monica moved to
Thanks for any help you may be able to offer me.
Sly Dogs Unplugged at
music Sunday 12 May, mid-afternoon
The Sly Dogs will be doing some
"winter healing" unplugged every second Sunday at Church Point Cafe on
First session is this coming Sunday May 12th, Mother's Day, bring
mum along and relax.
Other dates are:
Island Winter Fire
May 11th, 7pm
by Nathalie & the Crew
under 12 $5
At long Last !
Wharf finally signed public!
NB: anyone seen tampering with the signage must be reported to police
Tracy Ponich Photographic Exhibitions
On Photo Festival 2013
exhibition in Newtown
Head to Newtown and take in IT'S SPRING... LOOK CLOSELY, a Head On
Photo Festival 2013 exhibition. Eleven large-scale macro images capture
nature's patterns, textures and colour. This is an exploration of the
details of spring, sometimes elegant - and sometimes bizarre.
1 May – 30 June 2013
8 – 10 Brown Street,
Add On, a group exhibition
131 photographers, 131 images, including Tracy’s work. See quirky,
intriguing Add On 2013, one of the main Head On Photo Festival events.
15 – 25 May 2013
Depot II Gallery
2 Danks Street, Waterloo
For more information, visit: www.feathermark.com.au
Songs for Soibada III
May, 19:30 Concert starts. Drinks available from 18:30
Maria College Warriewood
night of entertainment to raise money for projects in Pittwater
Community’s sister village, Soibada in Timor Leste (East Timor).
This project was started by our children at Maria Regina. It really is
a testament to the school’s motto of “Making a Difference”. Look how
it’s grown! For the first time this event is being put together by
Pittwater Friends of Soibada, Pittwater Council, Pittwater Rotary and
Pittwater Catholic Parish.
to Mona Vale for 1 week
Anyone going through Mona Vale from Church Point around 6.15 am on
Monday 20th May to Monday 27th May inclusive.
Need drop off near bus stop to get to job in city on time.
Will contribute to petrol $.
Contact Mary 0411 026 138
My grandkids, over the holidays, allowed one of my kayaks to float away
on the high tide.
Yellow and with my name and mobile number on the side.
Please contact me if you have seen the kayak or can help.
91 Florence Terrace, Scotland Island
Ph: 0408 689 733
Berth & Parking
RPAYC - for 3 months
Berth and Undercover Parking available at RPAYC in June, July, August
Want to walk only metres from your car to your boat parked in your own
berth during the cold winter months?
Want your car to be parked undercover in a secure car park?
We are not using our berth at the RPAYC for three months (June, July,
August) and can pass on the luxury to someone else.
The total cost for us is $570 per month.
We might be able to help out with a tie up option on the island, as
well, if needed.
0410 499 734
After updating my pontoon I have a surplus pontoon ramp.
Timber ramp 5.4m x 0.9m, with end fittings.
Tinny for sale - 4.3m Telwater runabout antifouled with forward
steering - Yamaha 40 CV with automatic tilt and electronic ignition -
newly fitted items include control cables, bilge pump, battery box and
cables, rear light and fuel tank
Please call Allan 0459 595 095
All Ducks Must Go!
anyone have room for Musky, Pete, Indy, Roo and Lil?
They are all non-noisy ducks except for Pete who gets loud if you are
late feeding her. But she is very fat and fluffy and good for a cuddle
so more than makes up for the occasional racket.
Three girls, two boys.Won't lay through winter but get ready for super
summer Pavlova action.
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