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There's a lot of talk about mindfulness these days and lots of discussion about what it is. Is it effective? Does it work for everybody? Are its benefits scientifically proven? Is it a religion? And how can it affect your life?
Neil will be talking about all of these issues and will also incorporate a few short practices, and have time for any questions you might have.

4th November



Pambula River Oyster Cruise

Bermagui U3A has invited us to join them for this great trip. Discover the secrets of beautiful Pambula Lake, learn about oyster farming, the river estuary and more with Captain Sponge on board his oyster punt. This is a two hour oyster tasting, bird watching, oyster husbandry cruise. Departure time is 9:00am but allow time for boarding, pack your hat and sunscreen. Location is Pambula Lake Jetty and boat ramp at Broadwater just off the Princes Hwy. 

Min:10. Max:22. Cost $40 paid in advance. 

Contact Jan Rivers on 0409901672

25th November


Paper Plane Workshop

Meet in the courtyard of Candelo café for coffee or a smoothie whilst learning how to construct a variety of planes.
Share your own favourite model and be challenged as Leonie will introduce you to new ones … The Flying Wing, Javelin, Annular Wing, Loopy, or Cyrano.
Then we’ll adjourn to Candelo Park for flight testing.
This is a free event with paper provided, so give your inner child an outing and come and play…

Bookings are required so as to notify the café of expected numbers.

18th November


The Trojan War 

The Trojan War is one of the best known tales of Greek mythology but was it fact of fantasy or a combination of both? Today the terms 'Achilles heel' and 'Trojan horse’ are common expressions often used without understanding their origin. This presentation charts the story originally ascribed to Homer and guides us through the causes, the events and the outcome of the war with some images and artefacts surprisingly held in Australia.”

25th November

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Merimbula Estuary Ramble

Stroll along the edge of Merimbula Lake at low tide in search of hidden treasures like Moon snails, Sea Slugs, Shrimps, Hermit crabs, Rose-petalled Bubble snails, Octopi … there’s always special things to find.

We are fortunate to have two marine educators Alan Scrymgeour and Liz Allen to lead our ramble and assist us to find and identify the treasures of the sea.

22nd November


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