Making a Splash at the Angelo Street Market!
We were SO excited to be involved with the Angelo St Marketplace this year on Sunday March 20th! THANK YOU to all our fabulous Volunteers who manned the stall and all our visitors who came along to support us.
John McGrath (MLA) came to wish us well and is a constant supporter of the SPLC. Good to see you John - visit us any time you like!
Our Artist in Residence - Barbara sketched visitors who were thrilled to see an artist in Action! Lindsay our fantastic Current Affairs Discussion leader was inundated with questions about his fascinating insights into all things current and newsworthy! Last but not least our floral arranger Linda showed how to make everything from a buttonnierre to posies to large architectural floral arrangements - a good time was had by all!
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Activities for Term 2
Alfred to Magna Carta (870-1215) Part 2.
Folowing on from Term 1, Ernie takes us through the journey and influence of the Vikings in England and the Danish rule in England ending up with the Magna Carta
Beginning in Greece with the Illiad this term we take a closer look at the Odyssey, reflecting on the themes, myths and significance for the Greeks and Greece.
Meditation for Everyone
The art of meditation has long been used to alleviate stress and engender a feeling of well-being. Fridays 9.30am - 11.00am
Starting Your Family Tree
Who were your ancestors? Do you know their stories? Find out where to start and how to compile the information through research, artefacts and photos.
Women Who Changed History
Ancient Egyptian and Greecian women taught philosophy and mathematics in a time when Plato and Aristotle thought women were inferior! Come and find out about the few courageous women who proved them wrong.
Your Life Story - 9 June 1.30pm
They say that everyone has a story to tell - what's yours? Rhuwina will talk you through the basic steps of what you need to consider when starting out.
Spice up your life in the kitchen with these all time favourites.
Aloo Gobi - Pakistani, Indian and Nepali cuisine, mmmmmm!
Chicken Biryani - mixed rice dish full of spices, rice, meat and vegetables - aroma heaven!
Eggplant Curry - Punjabi favourite - easy lunch for people on the go!
Prawn and Chickpea Curry - a dish to delight everyone!