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Instant Notices...

DECEMBER 2019 Newsletter - in FULL COLOUR here and now.
 
St Huberts Day Family BBQ - Report and photos here.
 
Report & Photos: Christmas in July @ Daleys Kitchen Here...
 
Greening St Huberts - Council's plans to re-afforest the Island here...
Climate Change & Council - Check it out   here...
      
Print a Map of the Island! -  Here...
  • SANTA ON THE WATER -  Monday 23 December  2019. Leaving Marina Cove at 5pm sailing clockwise to all Island canals and reversing course after Sandy Cove. Watch here for more info.
  • SunsetSips#1 - 5pm Saturday February 2020 @ Attunga. Date to be confirmed. The first SunsetSips of the new year. Watch here for more info.
  • Annual General Meeting - 7.30pm Thursday March 12 2020 @ The Cove Hall. Watch here for more info.
  • SunsetSips #2- 5pm Saturday March 2020 @ Beachfront. Date to be confirmed. Watch here for more info.
  • Daylight Savings ends - 3am Sunday April 5 - FALL back from 3am to 2am.
  • SunsetSips#3 - 4pm Saturday April 11 2020 @ Solstice. Plus a MONSTER EASTER EGG HUNT on this Easter Saturday. Watch here for more info.

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St Huberts Day Family BBQ & Extravaganza 

Sunday November 3 2019

Long Arm Reserve, 11 am 

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REPORT and PHOTOS below

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 REPORT & PHOTO GALLERY here

 

REPORT

The weather JUST held off for the day.

After many, many days without rain (on the coast anyway) the BOM forecast was afternoon showers and thunderstorms… and they arrived about 1:30 - 2:00.

By then, the 80 or so residents and friends made the most of the free BBQ, champagne and beer. The HUGE Christmas raffle went off very successfully with many “prizes” up for grabs.

We were a little disappointed with the turn-up this year. The Association via our sponsor provided a port-a-loo, and jumping castle and face painting to entertain the smaller Islanders, but there was a distinct lack of kids and their parents this year.

Was it the impending poor weather… or something else?

It would help the Association immensely if we could provide the desired activities for all Island residents.