Monday, August 23, 2010

The photos speak for themselves. Our community is full of amazing generous people with much love for the world of throwing, catching, rolling, spinning, burning, twirling, isolating, bouncing, balancing, and other manipulations of objects. Thank you to all 17 people who attended this working bee.
Pictures taken by Christian Parr (in no particular order): Anna with her Pavlova; Briar working hard in the station of lamination; Ele and Lisa waiting patiently for soup; Staja, Cassie and Angela admiring the Dahl; Bob passing clubs behind the bunting; Nora fixing up the signs from last year;

Friday, August 20, 2010

Working bee #2 - food and jobs menu!

Jobs menu:
  • Finish off making the bunting
  • Make the 4th day of passes
  • Laminate signs
  • Laminate missing show tickets
  • Draw up workshop boards
  • Cut laminated signs
  • Having fun with the other awesome people
Food menu:
  • Carrot and ginger soup
  • Dahl
  • Quinoa rice
  • Salad
  • Bread
  • Dips
  • Cakes
  • Biscuits
  • Nuts

Friday, August 6, 2010

Working bee a success!

Eleven people attended, we ate and were very merry! 50m of bunting created, next bee is in a couple of weeks when we plan to make another 150m bunting, finish off the hand-printed passes, make the workshop boards and tie up any loose ends! Sounds like a whole lot of fun to me!

Pre-reg closed

Pre-registration has closed for 2010. You can still buy tickets online at the website, and this year you can pre-order your accompanying adult passes, show tickets and daily passes. CLICK HERE to purchase yours!