Sunday 28 July 9:30am at the hall
Following last year’s successful planting of amenity trees on National Tree Day, we’ve decided to do it again to finish off the grounds. We have trees. We have equipment. We have dug holes. We have fertilizer and water-holding stuff. Dave has made a garden bed. Everything else will be provided. Now all we need is YOU! Yes, you have the opportunity to make a contribution to the future of the planet by sticking a tree back in the ground at the Hall. Mother Earth will bless you for it, and the faeries and dryads and hamadryads will materialize and give good cosmic energies to the place. You may even see unicorns. Then bring your sausie or vegan pattie and have a BBQ. There may be cake. Or not. But there will be tea and coffee!
Hi all. Just a reminder that yoga with Kirrilee starts this Saturday, and will run for 4 weeks as a trial to see if there is enough need for continuing classes. The classes are gentle and suitable for beginners too.
National Tree Day Planting at Gheerulla Hall will be at 9:30am Sunday 28th of July. Dave Brough has been preparing the garden bed in front of the deck and ramp all weekend.
Related, as it is also about beautifying our landscape, the day before (on Saturday 27th evening) Yandina School of Arts will host the next Landscape music event from 5pm onwards.
Yes, yoga lovers, we will have a trial class this Saturday 6 July, at 9 am, with Kirrilee at the Hall, $15 per person. Find your mats, blocks, loose clothes and turn up. Your body will love you. And you can have some input into classes for the future.