Newsletter 17 May 2023
- FISH ‘N’ CHIP FRIDAY
To welcome our new residents to Friday Happy Hour we see the return of Fish ‘N’ Chip night on Friday 26 May. Gather at 5pm for happy hour then enjoy delicious fresh traditional fish ‘n’ chips at 5:30pm in the Dining Room. Sign-Up form available at Reception today.
- HESTER CLASS
YOU’RE NEVER TOO OLD FOR MATILDA
From the crafted wordsmith Roald Dahl and the quirky musical talents of Tim Minchin, Matilda the Musical is born. Set to a colourful and picturesque backdrop, this delightful story travels through wonderful dialogue and a pleasing soundtrack. Screening 7:30pm Tuesday 23 May.
- CAKE AND EAT IT TOO
There is a plethora of resident May Birthdays to celebrate, so gather around in the Club Lounge on Wednesday 24 May at 3pm for your slice of happiness, and to share a hip, hip, hooray.
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Your vehicle maybe thinking it’s in need of a little TLC, but your car space is thinking it more. So, on Friday 2 June we will have contractors scrubbing and cleansing away the grime from the basement car park, leaving a spotless space to rest your vehicle. This process should take around 2 hours and we will need the Car Park vacated of all vehicles to achieve the best possible result. Replacement parking on the day will be communicated closer to the time. Oh, maybe give your vehicle a treat and use the car wash bay prior to the floor clean.
NEWSLETTER IS MORE THAN WORDS AND PICTURES
Though the latest resident survey results are yet to be summarized, it appears that the weekly newsletter is a key form of communication for the residents, therefore it is important that you invest the time to scan over the newsletter for pertinent information that may impact yourself, and / or the community. Also, it can be entertaining at times, especially the antidotes residents provide.
A FLIP OF THE COIN
For those diehard AFL enthusiasts, Australia Post has launched a first-of-it’s-kind set of AFL $1 Collectible Coins, with the full set of 20 coins in a collector folder for $45, or individual team coins for $5 each at participating Post Offices. Maybe a great gift for a treasured grandchild.
Week Three of the Autumn Menu starts on Monday 22 May.
Please place any orders by 1pm the Thursday before.
ARMCHAIR TRAVEL DELIGHTS
Once was not enough to celebrate my favourite travel destination, the place I first grew an appreciation and culinary love for Italian cuisine, a place of history and tales. Where else would you be standing, but Roma. On my first visit while sightseeing I was to stumble on a magnificent ristorante called Alberto’s, an establishment I reflect upon fondly to this day and along with the rich tourist fodder Rome offers as a whole, was the main reason to visit on a second occasion. After traveling by rail across the mountains from France, my third visit was met with sheer disappointment as I arrived to find my beloved Alberto’s, my Italian brother, had closed down. A gateway to Italy, Rome was always worth the visit, be it cruising the rivers, immersing yourself in the Colosseum, or taking in the Vatican City and local culture, you will not be disappointed. Ciao Alberto’s.
Concept – Bermondsey Boy
A CRAFTY COMMUNITY
Just providing you with a lot of creative licence to be well prepared for the Craft Group’s monthly gathering on Monday 29 May at 2pm in the Dining Room. Sit, knit, chat, platt, drink, think, whatever you wish to do, make an afternoon out of it with the community. Everyone welcome.