Council Boundary Review –
Public Inquiry Sessions
Pittwater Council will provide buses to the public inquiry sessions for
To put your name down to travel on the bus and which days you wish to
attend, email: email@example.com
Bus for Mona Vale arrives 5pm for departure 5.15pm ;
Buses for Manly and Dee Why arrive at 4.30pm departure 4.45pm to allow
for additional travel time
Register today to speak or attend the public
inquiry sessions (all 3 if possible):
- Monday 21 March,
6-10pm at Mona Vale Golf Club
- Tuesday 22 March,
6-10pm at Manly Golf Club
- Wednesday 23 March,
6-10pm at Dee Why RSL
It's most important
Pittwater Residents attend one
or all meetings
Lodge a submission - by 5pm Friday 8 April
Full information on the Council Boundary Review can be viewed on
Council’s website: http://www.pittwater.nsw.gov.au/council/local_government_reform/updates
CREATIVE IMAGE MAKING
One Day Art Workshop
with Nettie Lodge
Exercising creativity unleashes our spirit
and enables us to explore the wonderful world of the unknown.
It allows us to recognise and embrace our imagination. It helps clarify
our ideas, improve our art practice and suspend judgement. It has the
innate ability to transport us to an extremely happy place.
This workshop is designed to introduce the participants to a variety of
art mediums to explore creatively and experimentally, including
watercolour, acrylic paint, mono printing and collage. Each participant
will have the opportunity to explore, discover and experiment with all
the demonstrated mediums.
In the first half of the workshop, Nettie will guide the participants
through a series of fun, creative, visual exercises, designed to unlock
your hidden, artistic talent and explore the mediums. In the second
half of the workshop Nettie will work with each participant on a one to
one basis to create a piece of visual art based on the creative
exercises and the demonstrated mediums.
This workshop is beneficial for everyone, from beginners to advanced,
and also those with no previous art experience.
All materials and delicious lunch included
Spaces are limited
Curiosity, a sense of humour and a love of learning
“Studio 16”, Scotland Island
(near Carols Wharf, directions provided on booking)
Saturday, 9 April 2016, 10.00am – 4.00pm
$130 per person
book: Contact Nettie: firstname.lastname@example.org
or on 0410 078 754
Evening Nia dance fitness classes
coming to Scotland Island
Please take this very short survey
Nia was created as an alternative to the “no pain, no gain” attitude to
fitness. Offering holistic conditioning and a connection to pleasure,
Nia routines blend basic choreography with creative free-form dance to
uplifting world music.
Classes are suitable for every BODY and beginners are welcome.
Mandy Loveday is an accredited Nia Green Belt Teacher
Mobile 0411 645 389
Beautiful hand made tee pee originally made in Sweden $70
Fantastic Wooden fire station and accessories as made by PLAN toys $50
- I extended it to make it roomier for my two girls to
- Comes with padded "floor" so makes hard floors or
decking soft to play in.
- Dimensions - base 110x110cm height 205cm
- Suitable for toddler to five year olds.
Call Nadine 0402752465 for more details.
A complete set of past electronic newsletters since May 2000 can be
found and read at https://ymlp.com/archive_gesgjgm.php or
by visiting the Mona Vale Library.
The Island website is at www.scotlandisland.org.au
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