Centre, on Sunday July 13th at 2.30 p.m. Cost is $12.00 per person, which includes afternoon tea.
Mountain of Talent - Art Exhibition, scheduled to be held in the Memorial Hall at the first weekend in October. More details about this event as we come closer to the date.
As you can see there are plenty of events to keep our small Committee occupied, but with the help of willing volunteers, we will, as always manage to present a
varied programme for our Community.
Mt Arthur Centre News
Hello everyone, we have been working with the Tafe Special Education students and Yo-Anne Eastley from the Environment Centre planning a board walk around our stream to protect the Engaeus (burrowing crayfish) population. Thanks to some funding from the
Environment Centre we were able to purchase a
recycled plastic material to use for this purpose and the students will be helping with the construction. We could do with a few more hands to help with the
physical preparation of the site, so if anyone would like to help on alternate Thursdays on this project please let us know (we start in full force after the June school holidays on Thurs. 19th June).
Unfortunately our belly dancing workshop with Kate Cliff will already have happened by the time you
receive this (held Sat 31st May). No doubt we'll have a great time and a good laugh. If anyone would like this to be a repeated workshop, please let us know at the Centre and we'll organise it - sorry if you didn't hear about it!)
I will be offering support groups at the Centre after the school holidays. This is a very special, confidential
process which can help people in times of difficulty and stress. Support groups can also be used as a tool for healing, personal growth and moving on in life. If you would like to be involved please let me know. The times and days will be determined by those attending. There will be no charge but a gold coin donation would be appreciated.
Cheers for now,
Wisdom doesn't automatically come with old age. Nothing does - except wrinkles. It's true, some wines improve with age. But only if the grapes were good in the first place.
Abigail Van Buren (1918 - ), 1978