Come and enjoy great company, fine food, the launch of Ros Gibson's book ANGAIR: the first 50 years and hear Dr Mark Norman speak on "The challenges of a changing world: Conservation and park management".
Supported by the Anglesea & District Community Bank ® Branch of Bendigo Bank.
Saturday, 27 April 2019
6.00 p.m. for 6.30 p.m
Peppers The Sands Resort
2 Sands Boulevarde, Torquay VIC
Nibbles, Roast Carvery Buffet Dinner and Dessert
Vegetarian food available
Drinks may be purchased at the bar
Guest speaker: Dr Mark Norman
Chief Conservation Scientist with Parks Victoria
Topic: The Challenges of a Changing World: Conservation & Park Management
ANGAIR: the first 50 years by Ros Gibson
will be launched by Geoff Carr and will be available at a reduced price on the night
Please send the following information by post or email:
Attention: Honorary Treasurer RSVP by Wednesday, 10 April 2019
3C McMillan Street,
Anglesea, Vic. 3230
ANGAIR DINNER – Saturday, 27 April 2019
Cost $50 per person
Names of those attending:
Number attending:_____________ Amount: $ ___________ Contact Phone No. ______________________
Please forward cheque, payable to ANGAIR Inc.
or pay by EFT as follows: ANGAIR Inc.
Bendigo Bank BSB 633 000 Acc. 144 705 654
In reference field; “dinner” plus your name
Please indicate any special dietary requirements or if you have preferred seating arrangements, i.e. family, affiliation, etc.
Sat 9:30am - 1:30pm
Get to Know our Tracks
Sun 9:30am - 11:00am
Friends of Allen Noble Sanctuary
Mon 9:30am - 11:00am
Tue 10:00am - 11:30am
St Bernard’s College, students’ working bee
Fri 7:30am - 9:30am
Social evening: Our water future – protecting the Barwon
Freesia refracta and Freesia alba X F. leichtlinii are declared weeds in the Surf Coast Shire because they spread easily and threaten to invade bushland. Freesias are perennial herbs that die back in summer and produce new foliage in winter. The highly fragrant trumpet-shaped flowers appearing in spring are white to cream and pink with yellow markings, shaded purple on outer surface. Each plant has at least two corms, one below the other, thus requiring deep digging to remove them.
More details about how to control this weed can be found in the archive of Weeds of the Month.
There are a number of wonderful local Friends Groups that provide ANGAIR members and the community with opportunities for involvement.