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Kuring-gai Evening VIEW Club

About

Kuring-gai Evening VIEW Club was formed in 1967.

Currently, the Club sponsors three Smith Family Learning for Life students and is actively involved in fundraising activities to raise donations for The Smith Family programs.

 

We are always open to new members, so please get in touch today and come and see what it's all about.

When

  • Meeting Day on 2nd Wednesday of the month;
  • at 5.30pm  Meet for drink and chat;
  • at St Ives Bowling Club, 100 Kileaton Street, St Ives. 

Contact

Where

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ST IVES

St Ives Bowling Club, 100 Kileaton Street , ST IVES, NSW 2075

Club News

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Happy Birthday to Us

Photo above L-R: President Ros, Wendy and Heidi serving dessert  And

Photo below: Heidi with that fabulous cake

Ready to Go!

2022 July

This month we celebrated our Club's 55th Birthday.  It was a splendid evening, with decorated tables; an amazing cake baked and served for dessert by our own Heidi Woodhead.


Members enjoyed a wonderful speaker, Faye Yarroll with her companion hearing dog, who spoke to us about her life as a double Cochlear Implant recipient.

 

Photo above: Faye Yarroll with her hearing dog

 

 Time for a Chat

St Mary's Cathedral

The Sanctuary

 

     

The tour was followed up with lunch in the Crypt at St James' Anglican church.

2022 June Outing

A group from our VIEW Club visited St Mary's Cathedral and Crypt in Sydney.  We had a very knowledgeable tour guide and who gave us a lot of interesting history of the cathedral. 

Our Tour Guide

 

                                   The Baptistry                                 

2021 February

Members were extremely happy to welcome Michael Booth to our February meeting. 

Michael is a descendant of a passenger who sailed on the Titanic and gave us a lot of lesser known information about the Titanic and it's passengers.  Michael came resplendently dressed as Captain Smith, together with his young assistant, Alison (as Lady Astor). 

Michael also brought along artefacts and some of his amazing Titanic models. 

 

The Titanic

 

National and Regional News

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Please Vote for Gunnedah Evening

Dear friends, hopefully other members will vote for us, we are in the lead so far and have the chance of winning $3000 for our students - Gunnedah Evening VIEW Club has been nominated as a community organisation of note in Greater Bank's Greater New England Community Funding Competition. Please vote as often as you can on the Greater Bank voting page, https://greater.com.au/greaternewengland, to maximise our chances of winning $5,000 in funding from the bank. Visitors to the Greater Bank website may vote once per hour."

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Kuring-gai Evening VIEW Club

NI01 and NI02 Zone Day

Almost forty members from eight of the thirteen VIEW clubs in Zone NI01/02, attended the Zone Day which was held at Oak Tree in Tamworth. The day commenced with a delicious morning tea catered by Mareen from Tamworth Peel Evening and NA Sally, and the table decorations were made by Bev from Tamworth Peel.

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Kuring-gai Evening VIEW Club

Centenary Gala Luncheon for NK Area in 2022

A Centenary Gala Luncheon will be held on Saturday 30 July 2022, at the Laurieton United Services Club, 2 Seymour Street, Laurieton commencing at 10.30am.

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Events Calendar

We have some great events coming up, take a look at the calendar and get involved!

 

 

November  

Ten of our members went on a tour of the State Theatre in Sydney.  The State, which opened in June 1929, has some wonderful history and artworks.  The now 2035-seat theatre (originally many more) has had many additions and renovations over the years, yet still retains a definite 'return to a bygone era' appeal. 

Our group enjoyed all three levels of the theatre, walking about the stage and being given the theatre's history as we went.  Following the tour we all enjoyed a well-earned lunch at Cellinis in the Queen Victoria Building.