The next meeting of the Southern Highlands Evening Branch, CWA NSW will be held on August 5 at 6.30pm. This meeting will be held on Zoom because of concerns about Covid-19 and in order to minimise any risk to members and visitors. For more details call 0418 282 308 or email the email@example.com
The branch is dynamic and in normal times offers a wide variety of activities and fellowship for all members (remember age is no barrier). Sadly the branch has recently had to postpone some of its scheduled activities but looks forward to getting back to normal hopefully in the not too distant future.
If you would like to know more please feel free to contact Ros Buick on 0418 282 308 or email the firstname.lastname@example.org
The Southern Highlands Justice Association will reintroduce a JP Community Service Desk. The desk will reopen from August 4, at the Ground Floor, Springett's Arcade Bowral. The desk will operate on Wednesdays only from 10.00am-1.00pm and will operate under the NSW Health requirements.
Southern Highlands Scottish Country Dancing has also be put on hold due to Covid restrictions.
Line dancing is held at the Mittagong Seniors' Centre in Queen Street each Tuesday from 11.15am and is run by Janice for one hour. Other activities at the centre include ukulele classes where participants can enjoy a ukelele singalong each Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am to 11.30 and a beginner's course at 11.30am on Thursdays for one hour.
A guitar singalong is held from 1pm on Thursdays called "Learning Guitar Through Chords and Songs". The table game Rummikub is run on both Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9.30am and usually runs until 12.30pm. The cost to join the seniors' club is $10 a year and daily fee is $3 which goes towards insurance and hall hire.
The seniors' centre is located in Queen Street, Mittagong, next to the Library. For further information call Shirley on 0404 957 710.
Do you love world music? Now is your chance to learn about different cultures, their dance and costume traditions through folk dance classes. These classes are led by an accredited Folk Dance Australia teacher.
They offer gentle exercise in a group environment and are suitable for beginners and seniors. The classes are held at the Bowral Presbyterian Church hall in Bendooley Street, Bowral, on Thursdays from 11.30am to 12.30pm. Newcomers are welcome and no partners are needed.
For further enquiries and bookings call Margaret Connor of 0466 166 866 or email email@example.com
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