Newsletter 19 April 2023
- HIGH TIME FOR SOMETHING SPECIAL
Just a reminder to ensure you have signed up for the Champagne High Tea on Friday 28 April at 2:45pm in the Dining Room, a well overdue community catch up over fine food and a warm beverage. Please RSVP on the sign-up form at Reception by 11am this Friday.
- HESTER CLASS
IS LONDON BIG ENOUGH FOR TWO HOLMES Bright and breezy younger sister of Sherlock Holmes earns her stripes as a detective in ‘Enola Holmes 2’ an exciting mystery inspired by a real-life event that sees Enola do everything to fit into her brothers big shoes and find her place as a respected female detective. Tuesday 25 April @ 7:30pm.
- EVENT SPACE BOOKING
Please note the Private Dining Room plus two small tables in the Dining Room have been booked from 10:30am – 3pm on Tuesday 2 May. We thank you for your consideration.
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Hester Newsletter 19 April
A CRAFTY COMMUNITY
Everyone is good at something, it’s just a matter of giving it a go and the perfect platform to test your skills or learn something new is Hester Canterbury’s own Craft Club. Meeting the last Monday of each month you may want to knit away at a winter beanie, finish off painting that delicate model of a WW2 bomber, or try and create the next framed masterpiece to adorn the walls of Hester Canterbury in watercolour. Grab a coffee, pull up a chair and join the inviting conversation while exercising your creativity, next Monday 24 April at 2pm in the Private Dining Room.
WE VALUE YOUR OPINION ALL YEAR ROUND
The Resident Survey will go live soon but just a reminder that it is important to provide feedback to management all year round by any means that you feel comfortable with, and please don’t feel that you need to wait for a survey of forum to do so. Thank you.
GRIME AND SLIME ARE A CRIME
Hester Canterbury will be a buzz from Wednesday 26 April to Friday 28 April, plus Tuesday 2 May as the wonderful team from Exterior Clean Melbourne work their magic returning cleanliness to the property. Weather permitting, of course!
Week Three of the Autumn Menu starts on Monday 24 April.
Please place any orders by 1pm the Thursday before.
NATIONAL DAY OF REMEMBRANCE
Next Tuesday 25 April is ANZAC DAY that not only commemorates the landing on the Gallipoli Peninsula in 1915 but also every Australian and New Zealander who served and died in all wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations, and for the suffering of those who survived. You may not be dressed and mobile to attend a 5:30am dawn service, however, you may wish to pause and reflect on the selfless sacrifice so many generations of Aussies and Kiwi’s have made for their country.
As Anzac Day is a public holiday, unfortunately I will not be on hand for the evening meals so if you have ordered a meal, I will ensure that it is placed in the ground floor kitchen fridge for you to collect after 5pm on the day.