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Volunteering with WGR is an opportunity to learn skills, grow friendships and can add value and purpose to your life. Regular training days will be occurring this year to progress people through the different levels of accreditation from conductors, guards, desiel locomotive assistants and drivers. We also need people with customer service skills, works crew, engineers, plumbers, team leaders, carpenters – a whole range of experience to help us deliver quality heritage railway services. If you would like to be part of our team please give the office a call on 51656280 and find out about what is possible. There is more information on our web site www.walhallarail.com.au as a great place to start or drop by to Walhalla Station and have a chat to the crew.
Drouin Rotary Club hold a produce and craft market at Civic Park on the third Saturday of each month.
8am until 12-30pm.
A vast variety of stalls something for every one .The Rotary Club will have the barby fired up with snags and egg and bacon sandwiches and also serving hot coffee.
Dust off your shopping bags and make your list, we’d love to see you back this Saturday. we’ve stocked up on hand sanitiser and stalls will be spaced at a safe distance.
remember to come in through the entrance, shop and take away your goodies.
with plenty of baked goods, Blue Tree Honey, free range eggs, soaps and skincare as well as coffee, pizza and so much more.
WFM will be limiting shopper numbers to 100 at anytime, by issuing the designated shopper with a number tag on entry to the market. When shopper has finished shopping they return the tag to be re-issued (each tag will be disinfected and given to the next shopper).
Please read the Market Rules to see the other changes to market day
Pop Up Book & Garage Sale being held this Saturday, 15th January, commencing at 9.00 am (no early birds please) to 2.00 pm and being held in Monash Hall, Reserve Street, Yallourn North
COVID Restrictions apply including masks, proof of full vaccination and QR coding
Households supporting us in Yallourn North with Garage Sales are being held at:
15 Rossmore Avenue
26 Kelso Road
88 Kelso Road
18 Anderson Avenue
36 Gooding Street
Yallourn North Op Shop, Reserve Street
A showcase of the arts by local artisans with a wide range of skills. Talk to the creators, listen to the free performances and join in with the demonstrating artists.
Painters, ceramics, photography, sculptors, jewellery, pottery, printmakers, author/illustrator and much more!
COVID-19 restrictions and protocols will apply.
A pop up market is happening every third Sunday of the month near the start of the Glengarry Rail Trail at Platform 3854 Cafe.
Support Gippsland makers and growers! Something for everyone with candles, indoor and outdoor plants, cookies for humans and dog treats for your four legged friends just to name a few.
Come and try bowls family fun day at the Newborough Bowls Club. Open to all ages and levels of experience.
Free BBQ and Covid Safe.
Proudly sponsored by Danny Edebohls Property Sales & Narracan Car Wash.
The Moe / Newborough Keenagers Table Tennis group meet every Monday & Thursday from 9:30am to 11.30am at the Latrobe Leisure Centre. You must be over 55 to attend and the cost is only $3. This covers the court hire and you can also receive a Coffee or Tea afterwards.
Moe / Newborough Keenagers Table Tennis Club was established in 2006 as a non-profit organisation with the purpose of providing participation, recreation and a social outlet for older residents and retirees in the Moe / Newborough area who would like a game of table tennis.
Currently the Club has 96 members (in pre-covid times we had over 120 members the most of any club in country Victoria).
The Club promotes a relaxed, social and friendly atmosphere which attracts people to play table tennis, from not just Moe, but many of the neighbouring municipalities.
Details of Keenagers table tennis are:
- Club plays at the Latrobe Leisure Centre, Old Sale Road, Newborough.
- Sessions are held Monday and Thursday from 9.30am to 11.30am
- Session fees are $3.00, with an annual Insurance fee of $10.00. New Members, after the first three sessions who wish to join the Club, then must pay the $10.00.
- Table tennis is social stress-free recreation with no pennant competition structure and the opportunity to interact with like-minded people.
- Playing table tennis also provides a healthy lifestyle through coordination, balance, flexibility and the ability to exercise the mind.
Please contact the following mobile phone numbers for more information, President 0429 792 023, Secretary 0417 302 428 or Treasurer 0400 587 270.