Men’s Shed Grand Open­ing

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BIG cel­e­bra­tions at Wise­mans Ferry on Satur­day 18th Novem­ber

BIG open­ing of the new Men’s Shed in the grounds of the Wise­mans Ferry Bowl­ing Club

BIG Hot Rod, Vin­tage & Clas­sic car show

BIG Raf­fles & stalls

Roll up for a BIG day out. Park­ing avail­able in the big pub­lic park ad­ja­cent to the Wise­mans Ferry Bowl­ing Club.

A tes­ta­ment to the thriv­ing com­mu­nity of Wise­mans Ferry and sur­round­ing area now stands in the grounds of the Wise­mans Ferry Bowl­ing Club.

The new Men’s Shed has moved from a back yard shed gen­er­ously pro­vided by a lo­cal res­i­dent, to the 270 sq me­tre shed we see to­day.

Well equipped with a kitchen, toi­lets and a huge work­shop for the com­mu­nity to pot­ter, con­struct, tell yarns, share their knowl­edge and life skills and ex­pe­ri­ence. There are ac­cess ramps and nearby park­ing is avail­able in the grounds of the Wise­mans Ferry Bowl­ing Club.

The Men’s Shed will not only be look­ing out for the lo­cals and vis­i­tors, they will be de­liv­er­ing real ben­e­fits the com­mu­nity—or­ga­niz­ing and par­tic­i­pat­ing in events, arts and crafts. Other ac­tiv­i­ties cur­rently un­der dis­cus­sion in­clude a com­mu­nity bus, speak­ing book li­brary, com­puter, and to pro­vide tu­tors for spe­cific skills ie wood, metal and com­puter.

En­quiries to Adrian, 0448 833 781 or Alan Hunt, 4566 4626 or wfcms2775@gmail. com. P. S . We also now have a Face Book page Wise­mans Ferry Com­mu­nity Men’s Shed Inc.

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