In the papers this week August 6th 2012

Win One Year Of Free Ice Cream Supply

Do you want to win one year’s supply of free ice cream? Millers’ Ice Cream in Cowaramup will remain closed for winter from 17th August to 01st September, but the Margaret River shop will remain open. Just to ensure you don’t miss their ice cream too much, if you buy a takeaway ice cream tub from any of the shops and fill a simple form and attach your purchase receipt, send it to PO Box 11 Cowaramup, or drop it off at the town shop, you may be entitled to win one year of free ice cream supply. The winner will be announced on 01st September. For details visit www.millersmar­gar­et­river.com.au.

Opportunity For Third Agers

If you are more than 55 years old and interested in learning mosaics, painting or discussing philosophy or 19th century novels, then the University of the Third Age is the perfect choice for you. A not-for-profit organisation, the U3A Margaret River offers a series of affordable courses, taught by members for members. There are no exams or tests and no prior academic qualifications are needed. If you want to become a member, email mru3a2012@gmail.com or call 0407 995 307.

Association For Kudardup Hall

All interested residents of the Kudardup district have been invited to join a meeting to set up an association for restoring the Kudardup Hall. It will take place on Thu, August 16th at 6pm in the “Old Shop” on the shoulder of Bussell Highway and Kudardup Road, Kudardup. The residents of Kudardup aim to set up the association for restoring and operating the hall for the local community. For further details, call Ian Ladyman at 0419 931 723.

DIY Divas Come Together

Over 150 women participated in the DIY Divas night last Wednesday at Bradshaw’s Mitre 10 in Margaret River. They enjoyed Dulux paint advice, sorbet made in a Thermomix, Weber cooking demonstrations and much more. Some tried out the ladies’ chainsaw and jigsaw. Gold coin donations were made for Jeans for Genes Day whereas Sarah Andros was the winner of main door prize. Sandi received the prize for best dressed in denim whilst many others took home raffle prizes.

Create Your Own Mandala

Bushfire-hit residents have been invited to join a creative workshop run by local artist Cathie Lambert at the Margaret River Community Resource Centre’s Chapel Gallery on Tue, August 14th from 1.30pm to 3.30pm. All the instruction and materials will be provided to participants to make their own mandala- a circular artwork. Seats for the event are limited. Therefore, if you are interested, book your place right away with Gemma at 9780 5269 or gmincherton@amrshire.wa.gov.au.

Hair Salon At Mirrambeena

A striking small hairdressing salon has been established at the Mirrambeena elderly care centre with the assistance of Margaret River Aged Advisory Committee. After the closure of the local Price Attack, the committee purchased some of its hair styling tools to improve the centre’s hairdressing facility. Hair stylist Julie Edwards pays a visit once or twice each week to provide residents with the pleasure of hairdressing in a salon environment. If you want to join or help the committee, call Fran Temby at 9757 2016 or Rod Pether at 9757 6304.

About Benji

I am married and live on a farm near Margaret River with my wife, daughter and son. I set up The Margaret River Guide to assist people coming to Margaret River Western Australia to easily find what they are looking for. I also wanted to allow people to find activities they did not know about and to be able to openly comment on/ review businesses.

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