There has been a small change to Saturday morning yoga at the hall.
It will now begin at 8am, with 9:30am finish time.
I’m sure this will be a welcome change to take advantage of the invigorating morning cool, now that the days are getting hotter. The new start-time will take effect next meeting, Saturday, 28th of November.
Don’t forget to bring a mat.
Just a quick reminder for yoga on Saturday mornings.
A great way to dissolve the tension from the week and start the weekend in a more relaxed way.
It costs $5 for the hall and Andrew is happy for you to pay whatever amount you are able to pay for his very good yoga session. (I pay $10.) Even free if you can only manage the $5 hall fee.
So, get to the hall at 8.50 for a 9am start every Saturday. (8am-9:30am from 28th November onwards.)
All levels will benefit, from beginner to advanced as Andrew gives you the options that you can manage.
So, if you have always wanted to try yoga this is a great opportunity for you.
The sausage sizzle with a quick brainstorming session for future events/activities at the hall is all set for 4pm this afternoon (10th October 2020). Gold coin donation.
Be good to see you there.
See you soon,
The new committee is settling in and we are now ready to gauge what
events/activities that you, the local community would like to join in,
at the hall.
To get the ball rolling we are going to hold a brainstorming session
followed by a sausage sizzle with refreshments.
Please mark in your diary 4pm Saturday, 10th October. We will start
with a quick ideas gathering session followed by nibbles, drinks and the
sausage sizzle. We will be COVID safe.
The cost is a gold coin donation and we will have a donation box there to
make it easy – no handling of money etc.
We ask you to RSVP by Monday the 5th of October. Email
*We look forward to seeing you there*.
The revised Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the members of the Gheerulla Hall and Recreation Association Inc. will be open to members.
Date: 11th July 2020
Time: 2:30 pm
Place: Gheerulla Hall
At the meeting members will be asked to:
- accept the minutes of the last annual general meeting
- accept the annual report
- accept the auditor’s report
- accept the annual financial statements
- appoint an auditor.
- elect office bearers.
Proxy voting form and nomination for Management Committee positions are linked here.
Note that nomination forms must be received by the secretary 14 days prior to the meeting. A list of candidates will be placed in the hall 7 days before the meeting. If positions are not filled prior to the meeting nominations will be taken from the floor at the AGM.
Starting at 9am on Saturday, the 7th of March, Sherrelle will be holding Yoga classes for all those interested.
$15 for a one hour class
$65 for 5 classes
Gheerulla Tennis Club
Gheerulla Tennis Club welcomes tennis players of any level of experience to join our Open Court sessions which are part of Tennis Australia’s “Get Your Racquet On” program. This program is aimed at attracting lapsed or new players onto the tennis court for an evening of fun, social tennis activities combined with food and drinks. Whilst the Open Court sessions are being marketed at the 24-45 year old age bracket, adults of all ages are welcome to join in the fun!!
The “Get Your Racquet On” sessions will run for 8 weeks, and the first session at Gheerulla Tennis Club will be held on Tuesday, 4 February 2020 commencing at 6:30 pm. Registrations and payment can be made ahead on line at play.tennis.com.au or at the club on arrival. Cost for an evening session is $12.00 per person ($10.00 club members) which covers the on-court activities, food and drinks. All tennis equipment is provided by the club.
Our club extends a warm welcome to those wishing to participate in a healthy, social and fun activity in the cool of the evening. We look forward to seeing many new faces on the tennis court! For further information please contact Robyn Pfeiffer (0403 516 699).
Have you got your tickets yet for the final concert in Landscape Band‘s tour of Sunshine Coast Community Halls?
The support acts will be the Misties (a talented trio — Lenore, Tracey, and Trish — singing harmonies and playing guitars, mandolin, and sometimes keyboard) and Kathleen and Steve Dennis (multi-instrumentalists and hosts of “Unplugged” at Brooloo Acoustic Music Nights).
Bar and food will be available from 5pm. Music will begin at 5:30pm. Later, after dark has fallen, the big event: Landscape Band’s music and poetry, illustrated with projected photographic images of our beautiful Sunshine Coast.
Tickets can be bought online at trybooking.com or at the door.
$15 Adults – over 18
$5 Child – 5-18 years
$35 Family – 2 adults, 3 children
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!