Music on Sunday

Special treat:

Live music at Gheerulla Hall
(2184 Eumundi-Kenilworth Road)
Robyn Brown Quartet
Sunday August 26th, 2.00 pm


Quartet includes Peter Walters, bassist, composer, teacher; John Reeves (piano); and Peter Hudson on drums. Topped off with the silky voice Robyn Brown. Some of Queensland’s leading musicians and accompanists.

Tickets $20, from:
http://www.Trybooking.com/XBCN
or from Johanna’s and West’N Colour in Kenilworth
or email gheerullahall1@gmail.com
or ring 048 112 9527.

Finding Your Inner Clown

You know what they say about laughter being the best medicine? Well, it’s true. It reduces pain and increases wellbeing.

Can you make people laugh? As a special treat as part of Queensland Seniors Week, Gheerulla Hall (2184 Eumundi-Kenilworth Road) will be hosting a FREE Clowning Workshop on Friday 24 August, 9.30 am to 2.30 pm. With expert tuition from Coastal Caring Clowns, workshop participants will have an opportunity to reveal and develop their inner clown character through creative spontaneity.

Buffoons, Jesters, Fools and Tricksters have been recorded since the earliest times. Egyptian Pharaohs and Ancient Romans were the beneficiaries of the healing effects of the injected comic relief which these silly characters introduced to the serious and/or tragic situations thereby assisting the people to regain a balance and perspective.

Since 2001, Coastal Caring Clowns have regularly visited hospitals, nursing homes, respite care centres and have participated in a variety of community events from Caloundra to Noosa and into the Sunshine Coast Hinterland.

All welcome, but bookings are essential. Phone 0481129527, or email gheerullahall1@gmail.com to book. Refreshments provided.

Are you ready to get your hands dirty for National Tree Day??

Yes!! Only three days to National Tree Day at Gheerulla Hall!! https://treeday.planetark.org/

Yes, join a few million other people planting trees around the nation! Plant a few at Gheerulla Hall!

Feel Good.
From 10.00am

Well, we have 110 trees from Noosa Landcare, some also from Fairhill Native Nursery, and personal donations from members including a bunch of Brachychitons from Eamon. Bunnings have donated as well, the land has been ripped by Don, holes marked out, and will be dug. All we need now is a bunch of bodies to come and put them in the ground. What could be easier? And on a beautiful day, with scintillating company!

Do let us know if you can come, so your name can get on the honours roll.

And we’ll have some produce (fresh oranges, mandies and whatever) for sale. and BOOKS!!! Lots of BOOKS!!!

And if you want to bring a pot luck dish with an Indian flavour… stay on and we can share.

That’s all. See you Sunday. (RSVP if poss.)

Ready for AGM tomorrow arvo?

Friday 23rd at Gheerulla Hall 5.00 pm

Thanks to all those who have paid their memberships, your receipts are ready and waiting. If you need them mailed out, let me know. A Gheerulla Hall Membership form can be downloaded here (in OpenOffice format) if you need to update your details. (Technically you should fill out and sign a new form each year, but, sigh! its hard to make happen.)

If you can’t make it, please send your apologies to be noted, and you may fill out a proxy voting form to count as a quorum. If you want a proxy form, let me know and I’ll send one out.

The Agenda (as per the meeting notice attached) is as follows:

  • Accept the minutes of the last Annual general meeting
  • Accept the Annual Report
  • Accept the annual financial statement
  • Accept the auditor’s report
  • Appoint an auditor
  • Elect office bearers

Followed by, refreshments.

Yours,

Kathy Mullins
Vice-president