Keeping in touch

Narooma CWA members Jo King, Louise Starkie, president and Sandra Mott at the branch's Christmas lunch and meeting at Golf Narooma Club.
Narooma CWA members Jo King, Louise Starkie, president and Sandra Mott at the branch's Christmas lunch and meeting at Golf Narooma Club.

CWA Narooma

On Friday, December 11, 13 Narooma CWA members attended combined Christmas lunch/ meeting to round out 2020.

Donations were gathered to support Monty's Place and $170 will be given to support their tireless work.

During the meeting it was announced that CWA of NSW has another $700,000+ to distribute to drought affected people, currently the association has distributed more than $18 million.

As Ecuador is current Country of Study, International Officer Jo King told of Christmas traditions from there. Members were glad they had already eaten when told that some Ecuadorians Christmas dinner included Guinea Pig.

Hoping 2021 is better than the past year for all the members of Narooma CWA wish all, Feliz Navidad (Merry Christmas) and and Prospero Ano Nuevo (Happy New Year).

Thanks to David Creed for keeping the CWA rooms lawn neat and members hope the room decorations bring a little cheer.

Thanks for all your support.

Vinnies Narooma

If anyone is cleaning out their cupboards the centre is in short supply of anything in men's summer and winter clothing.

Swimwear, beach towels and bath towels are needed too.

The shop has blankets for the cooler nights and plenty of watches available, DVDS, novels, PC games and plenty of unusual items that may take one's interest.

It's great to see so many tourists in Narooma supporting our community. Enjoy your stay everyone.

Artists Janet Jones, left and Lesley Lambert at "The Art of Body Language Exhibition", admiring works by Cheryl Djikic and other MACS artists on at the SoART Gallery, Narooma.

Artists Janet Jones, left and Lesley Lambert at "The Art of Body Language Exhibition", admiring works by Cheryl Djikic and other MACS artists on at the SoART Gallery, Narooma.

Montague Art & Craft Society

Convenor Janet Jones and seven other artists in the MACS Life Drawing group are presenting an exhibition of their work at the SoART Gallery Narooma from January 7 to 20.

Entitled "The Art of Body Language" the entry is free with open hours between 10 - 3 pm. COVID-19 restrictions are fully respected.

Life Drawing classes are held each Friday morning at the MACS Studios, 24 Glasshouse Rocks Road and new members are welcomed. For further information about the Life Drawing group call 4476 2881.

MACS has other active groups learning mosaics, clay modelling, felting, drawing and painting at weekly studio sessions, so drop by the Narooma Visitor Information Centre for membership forms and get creative.

Narooma Lions

Due to the latest COVID-19 issues, Narooma Lions members have decided to cancel the Easts Sunday barbecue on Sunday, January 17.