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South Coast Leisure Times : Autumn 2012
Friday, March 30 - Sunday, April 1 Thirroul Seaside & Arts Festival The 22nd Celebrating visual & performing arts • Live stage entertainment • Quality stalls • Art exhibitions • Masquerade ball • On-the-shore sculptures • Surf events - film & photo night • Art experience for all ages • Buskers • Rides & animals • Fishing comp • Fantastic food www.thirroulfestival.com An Austinmer/Thirroul Lions Club Project • Arts • Entertainment • Seaside activities Come & celebrate with us... 2252738 Stanwell Park, Bulli & Thirroul www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 9 starting Friday March 30 continuing to Sunday April 1. , 7pm, at theThirroul Community Centre and Library. Lions International Peace Poster. McCarthy Centre,ThirroulThir roul township comes alive with street entertainment, a talent quest, ar t exhibitions, live music and . Enjoy great food and shopping at boutiques and market stalls during the day. Don't miss the final of the . In the evening seeThe opening at Flanagans Beach Cafe as well as music and dance at numerous township venues. 7pmThirroul Surf Club. The festivities move to the seaside atThirroul Beach Park where there is a full day's entertainment, competitions, art, great food, market stalls, rides Crafty Kids activities, and other displays. (Remember Breakfast on the Beach at the Surf Club.) GROMFEST. Surfing competition, 9am. , Fishing Competition, Folk Music Expo. Southern Biplane Adventures. Air display over beach. 12.15- 12.30 For details on all activities and events th rrou seas de fest a Sculptures on the Shore. Illawarra Grevillea Park at Bulli is open on the weekends of: April28&29andMay5&6 July7&8and14&15 September1&2and8&9 Entry is $5 for Adults & free for children. For more information: www.grevilleapark.org Rear of Bulli Showground and only 10 mins walk from Bulli Station Take the opportunity to visit the Black Diamond Heritage Centre Museum open every Sunday 1-4pm at the Bulli Railway Station. Plants for sale Take the family, enjoy a barbecue or a picnic by the Chapel and discover more than 150 Grevillea types plus many other native species at Take a walk and capture the breathtaking panoramic views across Bulli and out to sea and be amazed at the variety of grevilleas. You'll soon want to enjoy them in your own garden and luckily plants are for sale. Walks are pram and wheelchair friendly. Light refreshments available. cnc thanrama Picnic by 'the Chapel'. is this year celebrating its During this time proprietors John and Frances Vander have been promoting the works of famous and emerging artists as well as John's own works. Articles customers have benefited from the gallery's credibility and invested in top quality works that have become valuable family assets and a focal point in their homes. This year of celebration John and Frances are dedicating to , having successfully represented David Boyd and his father Arthur Boyd through their gallery for decades. - • Glass works by Mark Galton • Sydney scenes paintings by noted Artist Maynard Waters. • IntroducingTasmanian potter Mark Knight "Iris" collection • Quirky 3D wall sculptures by Rebecca Williamson • "Sea Shells" series by local potter Jan Wallace •The art ofTasmanian artistTony Martin • Recent works by Gail Rutland-Gillard • "Lace" Design ceramics byTasmanian potter Sally Cassandra • New works by some of Australia's most collectable artists. All these works are exhibited and available at Articles Fine Art Gallery at Stanwell Park along with hundreds of other pieces that cater for all budgets and tastes from traditional to contempory , including prints, glass, pottery, silver, lots of original and creative home décor pieces. All works are by Australian artists reflecting the many influences of the country's vibrant culture and herritage. "Stanwell Park" oil painting by JohnVander on display at Articles Fine Art Gallery. artstc c rat n