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Friday Cuppa & Conversation - 1st Friday of every month
The Friday morning teas are held in the meeting room at the Shoreham Rural Fire Brigade Station, Byrnes Road and are a chance for residents to meet socially and discuss issues that may concern them.
Come along on the 1st Friday of the month between 10.30- 11.30am and bring a simple morning tea plate to share. Tea and coffee are provided
Let us know if we can help with transport. See the Calendar for dates and details.
Contact: Jean Downing 5989 8252, Lee Collins 5989 8433, or Verity Saunders Ducos 5989 8592 /0449 920 196
Community dinners are held at least four times a year on a Friday evening in the Old School Hall in Byrnes Road. They are a lovely social event and a good place to meet up with old friends or make new ones. Everyone is welcome. This is very much a family affair, especially in the summer when the kids can play outside on the common. Bring along your favourite meal or desert to share – each dinner has a theme and the food is always fabulous! Don’t forget the wine (or other drink of choice) and bring glasses, plates and cutlery. Dates for the dinners can be found on the Calendar.
Join others who enjoy a few sets of tennis on Friday mornings from 8.30 - 9.30 am at the Shoreham Tennis Courts. Both women and men are very welcome.
For anyone interested, please contact Ann on 5989 8818 or Jean 5989 8252.
Open Path Meditation
Regular meditation sessions, workshops and retreats are held from the Open Path teaching space at 21 Marine Parade, Shoreham.
For all information on courses, day retreats, weekend workshops and longer retreats please see the Open Path Teaching Schedule
For more information contact Kathryn or Bill on 5989 8179 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We meet on Thursday mornings at the CFA building in Byrnes Road. Experienced people practice at 9am and newcomers learn at 10.15am. Coffee and chat links the two sessions.
We do Tai Chi to relax, to have good posture, to strengthen our legs and to improve our balance.
I teach a short Yang Form which has 37 different postures combined into a slow moving meditation taking about 7 minutes to complete. This Form takes maybe a year to learn and we become more proficient with continuing practice.
To find out more contact me via email. There is no tuition fee. All welcome.... John Lorkin
French Conversation on the Mornington Peninsula
If you are interested in an opportunity to speak French and share an interest in French culture with a relaxed, friendly group you may like to join us for a wine or a coffee and a chat in French at a local venue. For information on how to register interest go to the Community Noticeboard or contact Gina for more information on email@example.com or phone: 0419 551 243
Battery Recycle Depot
Please drop off unwanted batteries for recycling to 23 Myers Drive Shoreham. There is a box under the carport for you to put them in. This does not include car batteries.