Many activities have already resumed for 2022. See the daily programme of events above and on the notice board outside of the Centre or on the back page of the latest AWARE for details.
The following events are still pending or are about to resume. The Covid situation is quite fluid so all details could change at any time.
- Australia Day.
This year we will be having a twilight sausage sizzle event at 4:30pm in the cooler part of the day. Hopefully the weather will allow many of us to be outside and not affected by covid restrictions. Fingers crossed for good weather.
There will be sausages and onion in bread, lamingtons, tea and coffee provided. The Gunnadoers band will entertain us with a suitable selection of Australian oriented music. All of this for just $5 per head.
We will also have a meat tray and breakfast tray raffle for you to enter at $2 a ticket or 3 for $5.
The bar will be open from 4pm… Please put your name on the list in the Centre and come along for a pleasant evening out.
- Tuesday Night Dinners.
Currently on hold…The Dinner that was to be held on the 8th February 2022 has been cancelled. It is yet to be decided when Dinners will resume.
Card evenings will resume in the Centre at 7:30pm on Tuesday 18th January.
- Computer Club.
The first meeting for the year will be held on Wednesday 2nd February 2022 at 9:30am in the Centre. We should not be hampered by Covid restrictions.
- Indoor Bowls
Indoor Bowls will resume in the Centre on Wednesday 2nd February 2022 at 6pm. We may have to introduce some Covid restrictions but have successfully done so before.
Throughout the year many significant annual dates are acknowledged and the village social committee organises appropriate activities to recognise those occasions. These include Xmas, New Years Eve, Australia Day, Anzac Day, and Melbourne Cup Day. Also, there are several annual events exclusive to our village such as Soup Days, Craft Stalls, fashion shows, shoe sales, etc.
There are also a number of “ad hoc” events held during the year such as theme nights in the Centre.
“Whats on” information is also made available from the following sources;
— On the back page of the current monthly AWARE residents newsletter which is distributed by either email or hard copy to residents mailboxes.
— On the NOTICEBOARD just outside of the Centre.
—Notices or flyers are usually sent out to residents mailboxes to advise of significant events as they are coming up.