Inaugural gheerulla country fair

Yes ! It’s the event you’ve been waiting for! The one and only –

Inaugural gheerulla country fair!

Saturday June 10 8.00 am – 2.00 pm

Bush poetry! (Thanks Ian!) local produce, jams, etc (Thanks Bill)! craft (too many to name)!, plants, (likewise)! trash and treasure; collectibles; locally made jewellery; handmade furnishings! (Ummm…Lisa); hats (Ooooo Coral); WWKIP, Boomerang Bags, ART!

Yes, keep this morning free. Bring your kids! Dust off your granny! Bring your rich auntie!

A day to remember!

In another day or two there will be a call out to members to tidy up the site prior to the event; and prepare for it the day before. We may also need some helpers on the day e.g. with parking.

And its not too late to clean out that old cupboard / shed / attic / and have a stall yourself – easier that trying to have a garage sale at home. Or you can donate it to the hall to sell. AND, if you have bigger items (cars, boats, caravans, farm machinery……) we may be able to have a spot for you too!

Any questions…..

Kathy – 045 804 7272
Alana – 042 759 9097 Facebook page Gheerulla Hall

Download a stall application as a PDF document or a Microsoft Word document.

More birdwatching

Ladies, if you were at the Intro to Birdwatching recently at Gheerulla Hall, there is an opportunity to extend your skills and join the Sunshine Coast Birdwatchers at:

41 Moy Pocket Road , Gheerulla, Tuesday 30 May at 8 am.

Miss Tweetiepie’s secretary apologises for the late notice, but she’s been in a bit of a dither, lately, and not all au fait with the net.

I suggest you give her a call to make sure she’s made enough scones. 54460182

Here is Miss Tweetiepie’s message in toto:

“The future would-be, if they could be, Tweetie Pies / Twitchers* are invited to join the group on Tuesday next week [NOTE: actually this week]. You never know what you might see!! Usual feeding time 10am i.e. morning tea. Bring binocs and morning tea.

Thank you

Got to fly (pun)
Tweetie Pie Sylvester.”

* Twitcher is an affectionate term birdwatchers use for themselves.