WHAT’S ON: 26 TO 30 AUGUST 2019
This beautiful weather reminds us that it’s nearly Spring. It’s time to start getting out and about! If you haven’t been into the Club for a while, it’s really worth the effort. Do remember that if you’re in town during the week, you can pop into the club for a quiet cup of coffee or a sandwich. If you wish to have a full lunch, just let reception know in advance.
Yesterday’s Lyceum was wonderful, with Sidha Pandian opening our minds to the universal origins of dance.
Next week’s speaker will be equally fascinating. Dr Allan Burbidge is a Principal Research Scientist with the Department of Parks and Wildlife. He’ll be encouraging you to visit the Fitzgerald River National Park, to discover its diversity.
There will be Bridge and Mahjong on Wednesday, with lunch making it a very pleasant day. Our Bridge numbers have been very low and we would love to see new participants. Please contact Reception for bookings!
On Friday we have Carol Hanlon as our Dinner guest. Carol is the State President of Business and Professional Women. Her talk, ‘Empowering Women’ is very much in line with the values of our club. Please come and bring your daughters. Remember, it’s light enough to catch a bus in, and get a cab home!
Make sure that you have put our Birthday celebrations in your diary. Our Birthday Lunch will be on October 4, and will feature archival film of the Club’s Centenary. At our dinner on October 25, we will have the WAAPA drama students return with their excerpts from the life of Edith Cowan.
We really do provide a rich programme for your enjoyment.
Hoping to see you all soon!
Dr Norrine Anderson
The Karrakatta Club