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DUCKING FOR COVER

Among the many joys of Spring comes the bird mating season, a time of frenetic activity in the bird world. However, Magpies in particular can become more aggressive than usual in protecting their new season young.
Some tips from National Parks and Wildlife if you find yourself threatened or attacked:

  • Take alternative routes where possible
  • Wear a board brimmed hat and sunglasses or carry an open umbrella for protection
  • If riding a bike wear a helmet and sunglasses. and
  • Fit a flag to your bike.

Reports of serious menace should be reported immediately to the National Parks and Wildlife- 4887 7270.

A TOUCH OF CLASS

A High Tea, to be hosted by Warrigal Care Bundanoon Auxillary Inc,  is to be held at 2.30pm Sunday, 8 October at Warrigal Bundanoon, 20 Hill Street Bundanoon 2578.You will be tempted by bubbles and a beautiful selection of homemade goodies.

Proceeds to assist in the purchase of two mobility chairs at a cost of $3200 each. There will be prizes for the classiest dressed, best hat etc. and a Silent Auction.

Tickets are available from the Good Yarn or phone: 0400 418 737. Limited tickets –RSVP: 30 September 2017 .

URGENT CALL FOR BUDDING PLAYWRIGHTS

Get those fingers a-tapping and get to work today. That’s the call from Jan Kenny, Melting Pot Theatre Convenor, who wants some plays for the next Crash Test Drama on October 14. NOW, she says, is the time to start writing and not leave it to the last minute. If you haven’t tried your hand at writing a 10 minutes play before then why not give it a go!

If you need some guidance Jan can help so give her a call on 0499 203 999.

BUNDANOON GARDEN RAMBLE

Now in its 21st year the Bundanoon Garden Ramble is on October 21st & 22nd and once again hopes to be an enjoyable event attracting visitors from all parts of the state and beyond. Open from 9.30am to 4.30pm eight private gardens will showcase their diversity of plantings, ranging from  large and small, cottage, acreage and park gardens providing inspiration to all who visit.
For more details click here

REMEMBRANCE DAY

The Bundanoon RSL Sub-Branch will be staging a Remembrance Day program this year,
to which all residents are welcome. There will be a service at Holy Trinity at 0900,
morning tea in the Soldiers’ Memorial Hall at 1000 and the wreath-laying ceremony at 1100.

ARTS BUNDANOON CONCERT

Arts Bundanoon exists to present and encourage the performing and visual arts in
Bundanoon and the broader community.

Since its inception in 2001, Arts Bundanoon has presented music recitals, concerts and
other events of a very high standard to the local communities. Ensembles and artists
presented to date include pianist Gerard Willems, the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra
Ensemble, Jonah & the Wailers, Trio Empyrean, The Song Company, Jane Rutter,
The Ilythian Ensemble, The Jozef Pauly Ensemble (Belgium) and many more.

Arts Bundanoon presents a Saturday morning “Piano at Ten” recital series showcasing
talented young musicians as well as experienced local & visiting artists “Piano at Ten”
is on the first Saturday of each month at 10.00am. Entry is $10.00 at the door

An afternoon and evening concert series brings professional solo musicians, ensembles
and orchestras of national and international standing to our venue.

The “home” of Arts Bundanoon is the art deco Bundanoon Soldiers Memorial Hall.
The community of Bundanoon has taken delivery of a brand new $70,000 grand piano that will be housed in the Memorial Hall and replace the 7ft Kawai grand piano.  It has been made possible thanks to local fundraising, the Veolia Mulwaree Trust and Yamaha.  The piano was officially unveiled to the public with a special performance in August 2016.

For information on performances go to www.artsbundanoon.org.au/calendar