The Baroque Festival is on this weekend: If you are thinking about going to one of the concerts, remember to book your tickets today. You can book online at www.canowindrabaroquefest.com.au or at Saffi and The Age of Fishes Museum.
Swap Sweets for Sex: A York University study found that the release of the love hormone, oxytocin, after sex decreased a persons appetite, particularly for sugary carbs.
Crotchet Groups: By popular demand the Canowindra Creative Centre continues to hold Crochet groups at Orana House on Mondays from 11.30 to 2.30 pm. Attendance is by donation. Contact Deb Rutter on 6344 2490.
Joke of the Week: Why do bananas have to put sunscreen on? To make sure they don’t peel! Haha
Make it, Bake it, Grow it: The Canowindra Creative Centre hosted a successful Make It, Bake It, Grow It Market afternoon on 1st October. Thank you to the Stall Holders, visitors and locals who shared in the feat of creativity on offer.
Jono’s Farewell Lunch: Come say your final farewells to Reverend Canon Jono at a lunch at the Services Club on November
6th, starting at 12.30pm. Tickets are available from Gill Stone for $25, tickets must be bought by the 28th October. Call Gill on
6344 2661 to get your tickets.
Apprenticeship for Essential Energy: Essential Energy is recruiting new apprentices of all ages and backgrounds– men, women, school leavers, Indigenous and mature age applicants – in locations across Essential Energy’s footprint.
Good luck HSC Students: The HSC kicks off on Thursday 14th with English being the first exam. We wish students all the best
over the next coming weeks.
You Sweat What You Eat: Researchers at Macquarie University found that people who ate fruit, vegies, eggs, soy and meat smelled the best, while those who are high carb eaters smelt the worse.
Orange Wine Festival: The Wine and Food Market is on from 5pm on Friday October 21st. There will be over 60 stalls, live
music and children’s entertainment.
Pink Ribbon Morning Tea: The Canowindra Phoenix are hosting a morning tea on 20th October to help raise money for the
Cancer Council. There will be lots of goodies available for a gold coin donation so come down and support a worthy cause.
Quote of the Week: “Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realise they were the big things.” Robert Brault
Mozzie Mayhem: Mosquito’s are multiplying by the dozen so be sure lather up with insect repellant before stepping outside.