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24/05/2021

River Angels

River Angels need a new treasurer! Are you the one for the job? Please get in touch if you are the angel that they are looking for!

River Angels are also searching for cleaners to do general cleaning for the ill and elderly in our community – an hour or so of your time will be invaluable to them!

Contact: Lynda Donovan, River Angels P.O. Box 481, Margaret River. 0403 430 838
Email – riverangelsmr2020@gmail.com
http://www.riverangels.org.au/

 

Free Music Workshops

Only 12 years old but want to get professional development for your music?

‘Show Me Don’t Tell Me’ is a free workshop for over 12-year-old musicians on Saturday 24th July 9 – 10.30am at the Heart studio theatre, Margaret River.

Non-musicians don’t miss out though! 12+ year olds can join the free ‘Stories to Songs’ workshop on Saturday 24th May 11 – 12.30pm at the Heart studio theatre, Margaret River.

All people with disabilities will be warmly welcomed to both these workshops.

Online registrations essential as capacity is 30 people: www.margaretriverheart.com.au

Supporting homegrown talent, homegrown music & creating homegrown opportunities.

 

Margaret River Historical Society

Ever been down to our local museum by the river? The Historical Society is a great community group working Not For Profit and they maintain a fascinating Group House & School Building at the Old Settlement. They are desperate for volunteers to keep the museum doors open to visitors for just two & half hours a session. Or, give them help when a primary school class is visiting.

The museum exhibits have been carefully restored by volunteers, but sometimes they need a little repair, like the wind-up gramophone that usually plays old 78 records! If anyone is a dab hand at a spot of old-fashioned engineering and can repair it, you will make them very happy.

Contact: Shelley Wightman on 0439 508 844
Email: shelley@wightmanbuilding.com.au
Or visit when open on Tuesdays 10-12:30,
Thursdays 1:30 – 4pm, & Saturday & Sundays 10 – 3pm.

 

Mirrambeena Residential Care

Can you talk about sport at the drop of a hat? Can you drop in to chat to a resident of Mirrambeena for half an hour? The men in care are desperately in need of some male companionship for short periods at the residential home. You might have another hobby like chess, or want to discuss the newspapers. Sharing is Caring and it makes a big difference to a long day. There is an information session with morning tea at the Margaret River Community Centre, main meeting room, 33 Tunbridge St, at 10am on Tuesday 1st June.

Contact: Anni Kamppi on 9758 9600
Babtistcare Mirrambeena Residential Care, 12 Farrelly Street, Margaret River.

RSVP for a place at the information session on 9282 8666 or email – volunteering@baptistcare.com.au by Friday 28th May

 

Nature Conservation

The dunes along the wonderful Cape to Cape coastline often need restoration after bad weather or heavy footfall. This is just one of the interesting & rewarding opportunities for volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering with Nature Conservation, please register via the link on the radio website.

Contact: https://www.natureconservation.org.au/get-involved/become-a-nature-conservation-volunteer/.

Or contact their office on info@natureconservation.org.au
or call 9757 2202 to discuss your area of interest.

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