Scotland Island Dog Race On
Dr Harry coming to Scotland
Monday Nov. 19 to film a
We need as many two &
four-legged extras as possible!
Please spread the word...
Calling past Scotland Island dog winners & participants - Better Homes & Gardens and Dr Harry
are coming to the island to film next Monday,
November 19, for a segment that will go to air pre-Christmas,
and we need to supply two things;
Come & get involved and you might get your mush on TV!
- Contact details for any past winning dog owners
(offshore category) whose dogs are still of this earth
- As many Dogs, kids & other humans to meet on the
beaches on the eastern side of Bells Wharf (where the race usually
starts from) next Monday from 4.15pm
with swimmers, stand-up paddle boards, boogie boards etc. so we
can recreate a smaller version of the dog race start for filming
Timing is to coincide with the high school ferry and we should be done
Please email Lisa on email@example.com
urgently if you are a past winner & happy to chat on camera, or if
you have any other questions.
News from the Lovett Bay
Fire Shed Dinner
Thank you so much to the
150 people who came to the Lovett Bay Fire Shed dinner on Saturday
It was a tremendous success and raised over $3,000 for the Bush
Fire brigade.Image by Rachel Dulson
It was great to have NSW RFS West Pittwater Brigade Captain Andrew
Cutler at the dinner as well as the new Western Foreshore and Scotland
island residents who have recently moved to the bays.
There was a huge turnout of volunteers to set up the venue as well as
helping Susan Wallace in the kitchen to prepare the excellent three
course meal. A true community get together
Given the extra large turnout of guests it has been decided to buy some
more tables for the shed, so that Mick Cardiff won't have to bring his
garden tables up from the house! Thank you Mick.
Rachel Dulson was the official photographer on the night and once again
did an excellent job in capturing the people, the place and the spirit
of the event
Here’s a link to the Rachel’s pics - https://www.dropbox.com/sh/0960j8eh85ebjdz/AAD0hXLUKWWRjlkXBnzzAsg_a?dl=0
Thanks again to everyone who helped and all who attended. It was a
wonderful community event and planning is already under way for next
Secrets of the Masters
Secrets of Vermeer with
tutor Sophie Haythornthwaite
This will be a series of workshops concentrating on the specific
techniques utilised by different artists to create their signature look
and feel. What makes a Vermeer a Vermeer, or a Rembrandt a Rembrandt?
We will find out, and learn to apply these techniques to our own work.
Vermeer is one of the most beloved painters of all time, and very much
a ‘painters painter’. His masterly and subtle use of colour and
composition is unique. The quietness and contemplative air of his
interiors create little oases of peace and tranquility within the
picture frame. We will discuss how Vermeer created his compositions,
including his use of devices such as the camera obscura and camera
lucida. We will also cover Vermeer’s technique of layering
complementary and contrasting colours to create the beautiful glowing
vibrancy of his hues and his use of different paint textures and
brushwork to create different surface effects.
Also coming soon in this series of workshops are: Secrets of the Pre
Raphaelites, Secrets of Rembrandt, Secrets of Leonardo, Secrets of Van
Eyck and the Flemish Masters, Secrets of Caravaggio.
Level: Suitable for
1st and Sunday 2nd December 2018
Times: 10am – 5pm
Fees: $220 + $30
Venue: The Woodford
Academy – 90-92 Great Western Highway Woodford.
Croker sweep oars for sale
Beautifully restored vintage handcrafted timber Croker
sweep oars for sale
Marine varnished and blades can be custom painted for your choice of
Would make a unique wall decoration or statement piece in any room.
These would look great in any home, cafe, bar or restaurant.
$950 each or $1800 for a pair.
Please contact Mick on 0427043867
Who needs soil?
Mostly fill rather then top soil
Scotty 0450 660 231
Poly for Sale
3m Orange Poly for Sale
Old Johnson 6 Hp motor
Registered until 21/8/19
Phone Eileen on 0414714891
A complete set of past electronic newsletters since May 2000 can be
found and read at https://ymlp.com/archive_gesgjgm.php or
here or by visiting the Mona Vale Library.
The Island website is at www.scotlandisland.org.au
If you would like to contribute to
this newsletter it's easy!. Send an e-mail to the editor
(firstname.lastname@example.org) or by clicking here. Type your contribution (100 words or so would be fine)
and assuming it is of general interest to the community, does not
include matter of a political nature and is not offensive, it will
appear next month.
To get on and off this newsletter, click here or got to: http://www.scotlandisland.org.au/signup
To change your address, click the
'modify' link at the bottom of this newsletter or send an email to the email@example.com
Follow the PON
The Online Local Contacts Guide
Click HERE to load
and the publisher disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or
property resulting from any ideas, articles or products referred to in
this publication. Further, the views
expressed in this newsletter are not necessarily the views of the
Scotland Island Residents Association (SIRA), or the Western
Pittwater Community Association (WPCA)