Friday 2nd August
Morning tea – Birkenhead Point
Morning tea at the Jean Louis Joseph Café with time to explore the shops.
CROCHET/CRAFT SOCIAL GROUP
Come and join Amber and this friendly group who meet at The Meeting House Neighbourhood Centre in Stokes Street on a monthly basis. The next meeting will take place on Monday 5th August between 10:00am – 12noon. The cost is $10 per person – Morning tea is provided together with crochet tuition and assistance with other available crafts (i.e. cross stitch, bead work). Members are required to provide their own materials & equipment. For further information please contact Amber on 9427 1841.
Wednesday 7th August
Archibald Hotel, Kurrajong Heights
Morning tea at a café in Windsor before the drive up to Kurrajong for lunch in the hotel.
Friday 9th August
Morning Tea – Macquarie Centre
Morning tea at a Café in the Macquarie Centre with time for shopping, browsing etc.
Tuesday 13th August
Night at the Pub
Dinner at an inner city pub followed by a tour of the city by night.
Friday 16th August
Morning Tea – Bunnings, Chatswood
Morning tea at the café in Bunnings with time to shop or browse.
Wednesday 21st August
Elizabeth Farm + Merrylands Club Lunch
A drive out to Parramatta to visit the oldest house in Australia. John Macarthur started building Elizabeth Farm in 1793. Morning tea at Lake Parramatta Reserve prior to the visit. After our tour we will head to the Merrylands Bowling Club for smorgasbord lunch.
Friday 23rd August
Morning Tea – Georges Heights
Morning tea at Frenchy’s Café in Georges Heights. Time to look around the Artists Huts and take in the harbour views.
Monday 26th August
SENIORS MORNING TEA
Come and join Jane and Amber at The Meeting House Neighbourhood Centre in Stokes Street for a chat and a delicious morning tea.
If you require transport please request it on booking.
Wednesday 28th August
Movie Morning Tea + Mosman Hotel Lunch
The movie is “Palm Beach” an Australian situation drama starring Bryan Brown, Sam Neill, Greta Saachi and Richard E. Grant. Directed by Rachel Ward.