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.
- Meeting Day on 2nd Wednesday of the month at 6.45pm for 7.00pm
- at Pymble Golf Club
Jocelyn - 02 9488 9333
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2019 Kuring-Gai VIEW Committee
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.
2018 July - Happy Birthday
2018 July - Happy 51st Anniversary
In July, the Club celebrated it’s 51st Anniversary.
There were 56 attendees to the Pymble Golf Club, 20 of whom were visitors.
Valerie Lawson once again organised a beautiful Birthday cake and gorgeous rose towers for each table.
Our guest speaker on the night was Emma Dunch, CEO of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra who entertained us with a delightful talk of her life as a local North Shore schoolgirl and beyond. Emma kindly drew the raffle tickets and lucky door prizes, then cut the cake for dessert.
A day bus tour to historic Maitland and Morpeth was enjoyed by 20 club members and friends.
A happy day's outing, which included guided tours, coffee breaks, lunch and time for shopping in Morpeth.
Photo shows Jocelyn Housley and Wendy Irish with tour guide at Morpeth.
July 2018 - Bathurst Yulefest Dinner
Members of Ku-ring-gai Evening VIEW Club travelled to Bathurst for a Yulefest Dinner at historical Abercrombie House, built in the 1870’s by the Stewart family who were Bathurst pioneers. Members enjoyed the festive evening at Abercrombie House.
2018 July - Parliament House
A rather special luncheon was held at Parliament House on 16th July celebrating “Christmas in July”.
There were 23 members and partners, and we had a room to ourselves, with a beautiful view over The Domain.
Champagne, and some wonderful food was served in a most elegant setting.
At the top of Mt Buffalo
Colours of Bright and Great catch, Libby!
In May a group of 33 members and friends of our VIEW Club enjoyed a 6-day trip by coach to Bright and the Victorian High Country, organised by our Program Officer, Libby Clucas.
The home base was the Ovens Valley Motor Inn, where we were looked after with warm beds; air-conditioned rooms; hot breakfasts and dinners with a huge fireplace.
The trip included (among other things) talks and tastings at farmgate visits, the Milewa Cheese factory; Pumpkin Seed factory; Gapstead Winery; a Lavender farm and a Trout farm where they fished for trout.
Also, an historic tour of Beechworth, and a picnic at the top of Mt Buffalo (Brrr!).
The Autumn colours were at their very best. All agreed that they were six full, fun and interesting days.
NH01 Walk with VIEW
NH01 Zone Conference held on 28th October 2018 at Eat Your Greens Function Centre Eugowra was attended by 45 members from all clubs across the zone. The balloons in the photo represent the 22 Learning for Life students sponsored across the clubs in the zone.Read more...
Bunnings Coffs Harbour May 2019
Bunning’s made the generous offer to host VIEW stalls across the country. Four Clubs in Area NM Zone 02 – Bonville-Boambee, Coffs Harbour Day, Korora, Woolgoolga Day took part. A VIEW Certificate of Appreciation was presented to Tahini, Bunnings Coffs Harbour’s Activities Organiser.Read more...
2019 International Women's Day Area NI01
Eighty seven (87) members and guests from the Werris Creek, Coonabarabran, Gunnedah day and evening, Tamworth day and evening clubs, and Manilla, met at the Werris Creek Golf Club. Aboriginal, Elder Aunty Yvonne, gave the Welcome to Country. Photo above depicts Members showing the Balance signRead more...