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South Coast Leisure Times : Summer 2010- 2011
Stanwell Park to Wollongong www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 13 , welcomes you all into the new bright air-conditioned boutique, situated just across the road from the previous slocation. Raquel and her qualified staff are there to assist and advise you and make sure you feel and look really great this summer.You can choose from all the good brands of resort wear, day wear and after five. Enjoy great prices and ser vice or o rs mm r com ort Driving over the Sea Cliff Bridge is a spectacular entry for your summer adventure as you head down the South Coast. Wollongong, the city on the sea, has lots to offer. Stay a few nights, you will love experience, with 17 patrolled surf beaches,seaside shopping, adrenalin-charged adventure, great cafes, restaurants and entertainment and walking tracks along the coast and botanic gardens. You might need to stay longer. For more info call 1800 240 737 Or visit www.visitwollongong.com.au th grand pacific dri Aricles Fine Art Gallery. As traditional as Christmas itself, John and Frances Vander of will host their 21 days to Christmas Show on Saturday December 4, between 12 and 5pm. Savories will be ser ved and a lucky door prize of an original JohnVander painting drawn at the end of the day. As always it will kick off the festive season with a colourful and passionate exhibition of paintings and pottery by the gallery's usual and new artists, too numerous to list. art c es ce ebrates 1. Paintings by South Coast Artist KenTaber 2. Pottery byTasmanian Potter Fenwick Makepeace 3. Introducing paintings of the "Shire" by Monika Graf 4. "Rainforest" and "Outback" glass series by EamonnVereker 5. Humorous 3D Wall Sculptures by Rebecca Williams on 6. Pottery by Ian and Christine Reid 7. Introducing a selection of detailed paintings by Cory Rinaldi 8. "Aztec" and "Nautica" glass art design by Michelle Marsh 9. Pressed Floral Art byTasmanian "Ocean Petals Art Studio" 10. Ceramics by Ingrid Mueller 11. Recent works by Paul Dorin, Peter Fennell, Brigita Hammell, Gary Laird, Margarette Looney,Liz McKay and Gary Myers During the past decades Articles Fine Art Gallery has developed level of credibility that is enjoyed by both artists and customers, many of whom have made sound investments and enjoyed having works of Australia's best artists in their homes. Articles is open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and public holidays For more details go to pages 6 and 7. A wave of performers led by Australia's two leading singer/songwriters, and will descend on Bulli from Held at the Bulli Slacky Flat showgrounds, there'll be musicians, singers, dancers, poets, yarn spinners, street performers, choirs and more. A few include Chosani Afrique (Senegal), Swiss singer Bettina Schelker, Sleepy Lou from the US, Fay Blais from Canada, George Mann, USA and Peter Baxter from Ireland. Australian inter-state performers includeThe Go Set, HandsomeYoung Strangers,The Pigs, Rough Red,The Good Ship, Junior, Brillig,The Barons ofTang, Queen Juanita and the Zydeco Cowboys,TheTealeaves and Sabrina and the RedVans.They'll be joined by another 120 local, state and national acts. It's a great place for kids to be introduced to live performances with a childrens strand of concerts and activities running throughout the festival. Even better Kids are free plus there's a great array of craft and food stalls. For further info (see pg 9) and to purchase tickets go to or call 1300 887 034. big january folk f st Orkestra Del Sol will entertain. Open: Monday to Saturday 232 Princes Highway Corrimal (10 mins north of Wollongong CBD) P: (02) 4285 3323 ~ E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.curvaceousbabes.com.au Specialising in sizes 14-26 • Lavender Road • Room to Move (RTM) • Free Woman • Shape wear • Swish • Advocado • Cordelia Street & Collection Fashion that fits 2136769
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