Out and About in Crookwell

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CADS PRESENTS ‘CINDERELLA’
Nanjing Night Net

CADS will be presenting ‘Cinderella’ by Ben Crocker. Tickets are available at the Tourist Information Centre. $20 each, $15 for concession and $17 each for group bookings (30 people minimum). Dates for the show are April 21, 22, 23.

MONTHLY EVENTS

CROOKWELL COMMUNITY MARKETS – 1st Saturday of each month in the Uniting Church forecourt, Crookwell.

TARALGA MARKETS – 1st Sunday of each month

LAGGAN MARKETS – 3rd Saturday each month

GUNNING LIONS MARKETS – Last Sunday each month

CROOKWELL LIBRARY is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10:30am – 5pm, Wednesday 1.30pm – 5pm and Saturday mornings from 10:00am – 12:00 noon.

LAGGAN BUSH POETS – 1st Wednesday of the month 7 for 7.30pm at Laggan Pub

CROOKWELL VIEW CLUB: meets on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 6:30pm for 7:00pm. Contact Sylvia Cullen 48320161

AA MEETINGS – Fridays 12.30-1.30pm rear of amenities block – Crookwell, look for the signs.

CROOKWELL PROBUS CLUB – meets on the third Monday of the month at 10am for 10.30am. Contact Lyndal Johnston 0432299054. New members are most welcome.

CROOKWELL ROTARY CLUB – meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month for information call the president Mike Walsh 0409818423.

CROOKWELL PROGRESS ASSOCIATION – Meets third Monday of the month. Suggestion boxes are located at Dr Velu’s surgery, the health care centre, Crookwell Arcadia and Crossroads Cafe. President is Dave Johnson 0418483149

//WHAT’S COMING UP AT THE WELLNESS CENTRE

Please phone the centre for all times 48321300.

Thursday 21 – Exercise equipment, five senses, foot care/Gwen, gentle exercises, hip and knee

Friday 22 – Exercise equipment, five senses, walking group, hydrotherapy BSHS

Monday 25 – Anzac Day – Closed

Tuesday 26 – Exercise equipment, five senses, tai chi, walking group, gentle exercises, hip and knee

Wednesday 27 – Exercise equipment, five senses, walking group, lite n easy

Thursday 28 – Exercise equipment, five senses, gentle exercises, hip and knee

Friday 29 – Exercise equipment, five senses, walking group, hydrotherapy BSHS

ON YOUR CALENDAR

April

21-23 CADS – Cinderella Crookwell Memorial Hall

30 April – 8 May National Alpaca Week – Laggan, Roslyn

May

1 Collector Pumpkin Festival

14 – Crookwell Financial Services trivia night bookings 48321001, RSVP May 1

7-8 – Team Sorting Crookwell

21 Bag a Bargain – Shire Wide, to register call 48321988

21-22 Bake & Brew Crookwell, information Dennis O’Brien 0439 665 925.

31 – Rotary Trivia Night RSL 7pm tickets from the Visitors centre 48321988 and available on the night

June

11 – High Tea – Crystal Brook Laggan

10-13 – Taralga Art Show – Taralga Memorial Hall

25-26 – Gunning Patchwork Weekend

CROOKWELL RAINFALL

Rainfall for 2010 – 1163.8mm

Rainfall for 2011 – 708.4mm

Rainfall for 2012 – 875.6mm

Rainfall for 2013 – 735.8mm

Rainfall for 2014 – 787.8mm

Rainfall for 2015 – 728.2mm

Breakdown per month 2015 – January 138mm, February 18.2mm, March 16.6mm, April 110.2mm, May 48.6mm, June 48mm, July 115.2mm, August 91.4mm, September 25.6mm, October 11.6mm, November 87.6mm, December 17.2mm – Total 728.2

2016 – January 29.2mm February 48mm, March 27.2mm, Total first 3 months 104.4mm.

April 4.8mm,

Information courtesy of Crookwell Post Office Ph 48321096.

MEMORIAL UNVEILING FOR BIANCA

There will be a special memorial unveiling for Bianca Picardi (Bub) at the Grant Springs church followed by lunch at the Laggan Mill on Saturday April 23 from 11am. Meet at the Laggan Hotel at 10.30am to proceed to the church on the Thalaba property. More details can be discussed with Bianca’s mother Sue on 0487431025. This will be a traditional Maori service with guest speakers. All very welcome.

SAVE THE DATE FOR THE FIRST ‘FARMERS MARKET’

Saturday May 7, 9am to 1pm. This special market will showcase local producers of potatoes, olive oil, honey, lavender, wool, lamb and other produce in a real ‘paddock to plate’ experience, alongside our regular stallholders. To book a stall, please contact Susan Reynolds on 0414464206 or Glenda Flint on 48373309.

CROOKWELL COMMUNITY MEN’S SHED

The Crookwell Men’s Shed is considering ways to expand the services offered to members as an opportunity to increase member numbers. To achieve this, expressions of interest are invited from the public to attend tuition or demonstration days at the Men’s Shed in one or more of the following classes: carpentry, metalwork (welding), wood turning, furniture restoration, leatherwork, tool sharpening, use of electric tools, or any other disciplines needed subject to the availability of tutors. Classes will be held on special days outside our normal operating days of Monday or Wednesday on a needs basis. It is proposed to commence classes in July.

It will be recommended that participants have a project in mind so the tutors can give practical advice on achieving the desired result.

Please contact Ron Browne 48321790 or John Medway 48 320 652 to register your interest or call in at the shed on Mondays or Wednesdays.

CHANGE OF DATE

The 150th Anniversary of the Anglican Parish of Crookwell will now be celebrated on Sunday, July 31, 2016. For information please contact: [email protected]南京夜网

VALMAR COMMUNITY TRANSPORT

Valmar Community Transport runs a bus service in your area every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. For bookings and timetables please contact the coordinator on 0417986492

JOKE OF THE DAY

Bernard, who is noted for his gracious manners, was awakened one morning at four forty four a.m. by his ringing telephone. . .

“Your dog’s barking, and it’s keeping me awake,” said an angry voice.

Bernard thanked the caller and politely asked his name and number before hanging up.

The next morning at precisely four forty four a.m., Bernard called his neighbor back.

“Good morning, Mr. Williams…. Just called to say that I don’t have a dog.”

QUOTE OF THE DAY

The only sure cure for a hangover is to stay drunk – WGP.

KYLIE’S BOOTCAMP

Kylie Chudleigh conducts bootcamp classes at the Crookwell Showground/basketball stadium. Classes will be held on Mondays at 6pm and Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6am. Costing $15 per class. Any sporting groups are welcome to contact Kylie for private team sessions. Kylie can be contacted on 0419 862 998.

CROOKWELL SQUASH CENTRE

AUTUMN ACTION Aerobic and Agile April

Pump classes, gym studio, personal training available

New competitions coming soon ring today – Volleyball, Table Tennis

Ladies morning squash on a new day, now Mondays

Junior Squash Clinic coming up in May. BOOKINGS close Tuesday April 26

Mobile remedial massage available now.

Free school holiday squash sessions for juniors ring for details

Phone Matthew or Karen for details

Crookwell Squash and Fitness Centre 48321355 – 0419141053

GILL GILBERT FITNESS

Yoga class: Tuesdays Time: 1pm-2.30pm Venue: Crookwell Golf Club Cost: $15

Please bring own mat, drink and towel.

Gym sessions: Tuesdays/Thursdays Time: 9.15am/9.30am-10.30am

Venue: Crookwell Memorial Oval Barbell Club Cost: $20 per session

Strength training, cardio workouts, boxing, rehabilitation, core strengthening, weight management, nutrition.

Mobile: 0407 038 783 Home: 4835 3130 Email: [email protected]南京夜网

WASTE DEPOT OPENING TIMES FOR THE UPPER LACHLAN

Crookwell – Fri, Sat, Sun and Mon 10am-4pm

Gunning – Sat and Sun 10am-4pm

Taralga – Sat and Sun 10am-4pm

Collector – Sun 10am-4pm

Bigga – Key available at shop

Community Services

Uniting Church News

Come in spinner! Join with other spinners and knitters every Monday from 10-12 in the Kindergarten room.

Catch up with friends over a cuppa and tasty home-baked treats at afternoon tea every Friday from 2.30pm in the church hall. The church is also open each day for prayer and reflection.

For more information about any activities, please contact Keith on 4832 1026.

ST BARTHOLOMEW’S NEWS

This month, the value of small groups is the focus of Rev’d Jonathan Cole’s messages, and parishioners are being encouraged to ‘sign up’ for a five week study, beginning early May.

The Ladies Luncheon is tomorrow Friday April 22 in the small hall.

The Bishop’s Lay Ministry Convention is May 6-7, 2016. The guest speakers are Mike and Sally Breen. Mike is a speaker, author, minister and entrepreneur, who has been one of the leading innovators in the discipling movement throughout Europe and the US for more than 25 years.

For more info go to 梧桐夜网anglicancg.org419论坛.

CHURCH SERVICES

ST BARTHOLOMEW

St Bartholomew Crookwell – 6 pm Saturday and 9.30 am Sunday

PRESBYTERIAN

Goulburn (Clifford St) Sunday 9.30am

Crookwell (Colyer St) Sunday 2.00pm

Taralga (Bannaby St) Sunday 9.30am

UNITING CHURCH

Times not available at time of print

ANGLICAN PARISH OF BINDA

Sunday April 24

8.30am Binda HC

10.30am Bigga HC

CATHOLIC CHURCH – YEAR OF MERCY

St Mary’s Crookwell

Saturday Night 6.00pm Sept-May

5.00pm June – August

Sunday morning 9.00am

Friday 9.30am

Communion Service Tuesday 9.30am

St Peter’s Binda

Sunday morning 10.30am (1-4th Sunday of the month)

St Mary’s Tuena

5th Sunday of the month 11.30am

The Greek Orthodox Church of Saint Panteleimon

(Contact: Theo Mylonas – ph.: 0413 454 494)

Holy Thursday April 28, 2016 – 5.00pm till 8.00pm

Holy Friday April 29, 2016 – 4.00pm till 10.00pm

Holy Saturday April 30, 2016 -8.00am till 11.00am with Holy Communion

The Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church at St.Michael’s

13 Kenmore Street, Goulburn

Contact: Sister Virginia – ph.: 4821 8696)

MEALS ON WHEELS

Monday: Sue Bell, Denis Marshall, Beatrice Williams, Vi Mills

Tuesday: Nola and Barry Corcoran, Nancy and Bud Reeves

Wednesday: Joyce Edwards, Helen Stephenson, Leila and John Sutherland

Thursday: John and Margaret Mitchell, Olga Anderson, Robyn Jukes

Friday: Greg and Ellen Seaman, Leon Willis, Virginia McCallum

Saturday: Olga Anderson, Neil McCauley

Sunday: Lyn Apps, Kelly Tibbles

TROLLEY ROSTER

Week beginning Monday

April 25 – Anyone available?

May 2– Carol Leggett and Kim Rivera

May 9 – Patsy Miller

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