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Beehive back!

Beehive classes for Term 3 return on Tuesday 26th July for eight weeks.  All are welcome and there are numerous classes to be enjoyed for a $30 membership fee. 

All classes are run by wonderful people who volunteer their time to instruct those interested in their particular craft. There are varied classes to interest everyone. Candlewick embroidery and Patchwork have always been popular.

Once a design has been completed, it can be transformed into a cushion or multiplied into a beautiful quilt. 

Tai Chi assists with flexibility and balance, both very important with ageing. Gentle yoga, with its emphasis on breathing and quiet reflection, allows you to come away feeling flexible in the body, relaxed in the mind and having a calmed nervous system. 

Card making is a popular class and offers different techniques to learn each week. Making a unique homemade card for someone special can be very satisfying and rewarding. 

The 250 Club is a fun outing for the price of a train ticket. These are usually to places of interest in Sydney, lunch and return ride home. You might prefer to participate in the discussion group “Exploring Spirituality” – the highlight of the week for many. 

Morning teas, lunches and espresso coffees are only available on Tuesdays. Buying a homemade slice, sandwich, soup or a ‘cuppa’ helps raise extra money to keep Beehive going.  

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