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By Margaret HaddonAustralia Day celebrations and a barbecueLansdowne will celebrate Australia Day at the Lansdowne Bowling and Recreation Club with a sausage sizzle which will be run by Lansdowne Rural Fire Brigade from 11am to 1pm.
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Monies raised from the barbecue will go the brigade.

There will be face painting and for the adults, cricket on the green andsix shot pool as well as ‘how to bowl’ sessions for the children.

From 1pm to 5pm there will be entertainment with a band on the green, Smoke Stack.

Organisers promise that it will be a great family day with lots of fun activities.

Also, the club bistro hasa new summer menu. The bistro isopen Friday, Saturday nights and Sunday lunch.

The club courtesy car will also be available for these days as well as forraffles every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Football clubThe Lansdowne Football Club isnow acceptingnominations for coaches and managers.

Interested parties are invited to lodge an expression of interest,citing experience and contact informationvia email to [email protected]论坛.

Season 2017 Lansdowne football player registrations will soon open and need to be finalised (including payment in full) before February 28.

You can register online at梧桐夜网myfootballclub南京夜网419论坛.

Goals for Grassroots grantCongratulations Lansdowne Football Club.By virtue of Newcastle Jets scoring two goals in round 15 of the 2016/2017 Hyundai A-League, the junior Lansdowne club has scored a $3000 Hyundai Goals For Grassroots grant.

According to the president of the club, Scott Morrison “these funds will help their small club improve the standard of their facilities and playing surface as well as assist with the purchase of essential equipment for training and match days.”

Red Balloon Day honours fire fighters“National Red Balloon Day” will be held on February28. This event is held each year and was created and is held to honour and thank our brave and courageous fire fighters Australia wide.

The idea is simple, fly a ‘Thank You Fireys’ balloon from your letterbox, fence, business window on February 28 (the last official day of summer in Australia), to let our fire fighters know just how much we appreciate their dedication, hard work and tireless efforts in protecting our lives, our homes and our communities throughout the year.

Often our fire fighters (both professional and volunteers) leave their family, home or community to help protect ours.

Yoga resumesYoga classes have resumed for this year at the Upper Lansdowne Hall. The classes are held each Tuesday from 4pm to 5pm by Libby. Classes are suitable for beginners to experienced. Mats are supplied. For fuer information please phone 0474 322 672.

Festival of Voices fundraising concertAt the Upper Lansdowne Community hall on the Sunday,February 19 there will be a Festival of Voices fundraising concert.

Both the major local choirs Kantabile and Wingsong will be performing, so you can expect the best of both two different styles of vocal music.

Kantabile is an established chamber choir based in Taree. They began as a small ensemble in 2000 under the baton of Catherine Jeffree, who retired at the end of 2014 and the role of music director has been filled by Heidi Lambert. Heidi Lambert has a strong musical background and brings a wealth of experience to the position.

Kantabile performs regularly throughout the Mid North Coast and have recently performed excerpts from Handel’s Messiah and Vivaldi’s Gloria.

Wingsong is a community choir based in Wingham. It has been in existence in some form or other for more than 20 years.

They sing songs from all over the world and especially like songs with a positive, uplifting message. Their focus is the Joy of singing with other people. A generous country style afternoon tea is included in the price.

These two choirs have kindly donated their time and expertise to help the hall raise funds for a Kitchen refurbishment so please go along and support their hall.

Country Fair at Upper LansdowneThe Upper Lansdowne Country Fair – Sustainable Living Past and Possible will be held on March 12,from 10am to 4pm.

This event will be a unique treat for all ages, with entertainment, competitions, information and demonstrations.

Activities include goat milking, butter and cheese making, whip cracking, corn cracking, rope making, antique engines at work, bamboo growing and uses, bio-dynamics, permaculture, 3D printer, solar power, natural lighting, baby animal petting, pony rides, rope bridge challenge, upcycled art, locally made craft, food and wine… and much, much more.

Meet their wandering swagman, sample the renowned country cooking, sip superior coffee.

Don’t miss the Upper Lansdowne community’sfirst country fair, hopefully to be an annual event in the village, in the scenic ‘Valley of the Views’.

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