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Issue 199

Issue 199

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Published by Canowindra Phoenix
Your weekly guide to what's happening in and around Canowindra NSW. Vintage cars, balloons, art and food are high on the agenda.
Your weekly guide to what's happening in and around Canowindra NSW. Vintage cars, balloons, art and food are high on the agenda.

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REPORT ALL CRIME
FOR POLICE PRESENCE: 000IF YOU ARE A VICTIM: 131 444 ANONYMOUSLY: 1800 333 000
Balloon Challenge
9 days to go
www.canowindrachallenge.org.au
 Snippets...
Cars:
it would be appreciated if all cars could bemoved from Gaskill Street between Ryall &Blatchford Streets before 11am Sunday 8 Aprilso that it will be empty for when the vintage carscome into town. It is hoped that the cars can beparked up either side of the main street in ageorder, to allow
Fitness:
Path fundraising is continuing with ordersbeing taken for the
Don't be a Witness, Get intoFitness
tshirts.
 Music:
at 2pm Sunday 29 April students fromSydney Conservatorium, with Director of Ensem-bles David Miller AO, will be returning toCanowindra for their 12th annual concert to
perform at All Saints’ Anglican Church.
 Tickets will be available at the door for $20 perperson ($15 concession). Bookings can be madein advance, and further info can be obtained byphoning 0429 443 215.
Gardens:
Canowindra Garden Club are holdingtheir very popular Open Garden tour from 10amto 4pm Sunday 15 April. 6 gardens in town willbe opened to the public, at a cost of $10 to bepaid at the first stop: the Primary School garden;where visitors will receive a map with directions,which will be stamped at each garden to beviewed.
 Help:
we would love some volunteers for the 100Mile Dinner for Monday 16 April from approx3.30pm. If you would like to be involved in thefun please contact Katie on 6344 2515 orkatie.kelly@bigpond.com
 Pythons:
The Canowindra Pythons' season kicksoff on Saturday 14 April after the Balloon Glow.Memberships are now available from the RoyalHotel & Canowindra Newsagency.Become a member and support the Pythons'2012 campaign, and come along to the firstgame for a great night out!
Black Dog:
Rides National One Day Ride 2012(ACT leg) Sunday 29 April 2012 starting at Can-berra Motorcycle Centre, 1/30 Ipswich Street,Fyshwick ACT. The ride will raise awareness andfunds for suicide prevention, mental health &crisis support services provided by Lifelineacross Australia. Contact State Organiser Darrellon 0408 622 647 or email dazza@tucan.net
Credence:
John Fogerty is currently touringAustralia with his band, appearing at the Sydneyand Brisbane entertainment centres 3 & 5 April ,then Bluesfest at Byron Bay 7 & 9 April.Canowindra is lucky enough to have his key-boardist, Bob Malone, performing at tasteCanowindra 6:30pm Saturday 19 May, alongwith Pugsley Buzzard. Only 60 tickets releasedat $75.
 Pony:
Club would like to thank everyone whohelped out on the weekend: especially theinstructors Bill Watson, Jo White, Kylie & JamesReeves; & the MacKenzie family & friends whoput many hours into weeding the arena. It isvolunteers like you who put so much time & effortinto the various Clubs & organisations that makeCanowindra such a great place to live.
Volunteers:
are needed to crew for some inter-state balloons that will be attending the BalloonChallenge. Get involved with this great event,now in its third year, it will be an experience youwill never forget. Call Jan on 02 6344 1819 formore information...don't miss out!
Council:
Cabonne Council will revert to a 9:30amfirst Monday of the month timetable for itscommittee meetings, following a trial of 5pmevening meetings since late last year.When the trial ended this month, Council decidednot to continue the evening meetings and to leavethe consideration of committee meeting times to
the incoming Council after September’s Local
Government elections.
Gooloogong:
on the grapevine...Vince fromVince's Thai Malaysian Chinese Cowra restaurant& takeaway is now located at the Country Club.Open Thursday-Sunday call 02 6344 8465 orthe club 6344 8201 for further info.For something closer to home we have Kelly &Ming at the Golf Club on 6344 1780, or Angie& Robert at the Bowling Club on 6344 1026.
Blackout:
if you hadn't notice, on Thursday nightthere was an interruption to electricity supply inthe region due to a broken cross arm on a poleout on Rivers Road.Essential Energy apologises to anyone incon-venienced by the supply interruption & thank thecommunity for its patience.
 Horses:
after 2 extremely successful visits, DonnaInd will visit Canowindra again Wednesday11 April with her clever horses to put us humansto the test. Whatever your ability, Donna & herinstructors can help you become confident in thesaddle, and out of it...horse riding is therapeutic.And if you saw the writer on her first lesson, youwould understand that Donna DOES help allabilities! The Ruby Hill Equine team match horseto rider & teach to
your
level of experience...andthe horses are very forgiving (sorry Asterix!) CallDonna on 0412 421 949 to book, you'll havefun.
Website:
as the Phoenix continues to grow, ourwebsite will be updated more often to providenews & information day to day. Please visitwww.canowindraphoenix.com.au or 'like' ourfacebook page: The Canowindra Phoenix.
Mill Street CANOWINDRA 
P: 6344 1208 F: 
6344 1845 
 
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Wednesday 4 April 2012
Your
free
weekly guide to what’s happening in and around Canowindra
...shop locally first! 
 
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Issue 199
 
Local capsicum $1eaLocal broccoli $3kgLocal tomatoes $3eaSebago potatoes 4kg $4pk
 
Phone orders: 6344 1011
This Week’s
Specials
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Food facts:
Broccoli contains a highamount of potassium, which helpsmaintain a healthy nervous system,optimal brain function, as well aspromoting muscle growth.Broccoli also contains magnesium &calcium that helps regulate bloodpressure.Broccoli is high in fibre: aids digestion,prevents constipation, maintains lowblood sugar, & curbs overeating. A cup of broccoli: has as much proteinas a cup of rice or corn with half thekilojoules; contains the RecommendedDaily Allowance of vitamin C, an effectiveantihistamine for easing the discomfort of the common cold.There are many recipes for broccoli, butthe secret of cooking it lies in not OVERcooking. Cut the florets, or little trees, sothat the trunks aren't too thick, so its notcrunchy one end and soggy the other.
C
ALL
 
FOR 
H
EALTH
 
The Canowindra Community HealthCentre has had a new phone systeminstalled and the new phone numbersare as follows:Health Centre ...................... 6340 3300Community Nurses ........... 6340 3302C & F H Nurse ..................... 6340 3303Manager ................................ 6340 3304Occupational Therapist ... 6340 3307Dietitian ................................. 6340 3308Speech Pathologist ........... 6340 3310Social Worker ...................... 6340 3311Sadly, our dietitian Julie Middleton isvacating the position of dietitian tocommence a new role with WesternNSW Local health District in HealthPromotion.The Centre wishes to thank Julie for allthe fantastic work she has done for theCanowindra health Service and wish herall the very best in her new role. Weknow that she will do a wonderful job inpromoting health across the entire area.Please make sure you change yourphone book details to reflect the newnumbers, and should you have anyquestions, please contact reception on02 6340 3300.
To the editor...
Last week, the pious folk of Canowindra(with the help of their electricity retailer) notonly held 'Earth Hour' 3 days earlier thansome other countries, but showed up the restof the world by having *every* light in the*entire town* out for *four* hours. TheWorld Wrestling Federation will doubtlessgrant us an indulgence for charitable workswhen they realise their fondest wish andbecome the world government. In the mean-time, I expect our stockpile of environmentalkarma would enable us to skip Earth Hourfor the next 3 years without so much as atwinge of conscience.In fact, based on the frequency with whichour electricity retailer provides us with'green energy', it seems likely thatCanowindra will be the pre-eminent state inthe new world order. Which is a pity, sincerefrigeration has historically had so many ofthose health benefit things.sincerely,A. Lark, Canowindra
Note from Ed: WWF = World Wildlife Fund?
H
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Bronwyn Guest from Eugowra and local AnneVincent have opened
Millinery Matters
, a little hatshop at the bend in Gaskill Street .Bronwyn and Anne been making hats for 5 yearsnow, after meeting whilst completing theirmillinery course.The two milliners set up shop in Canowindra fortwo weeks last Spring, and as they had such agreat time and everyone was so encouraging,they decided to do it again...this time for sixmonths.Bronwyn and Anne make all the hats in the shop,each one is unique and exclusive, and they canoffer some guidelines on how to choose a hatstyle to suit you.When asked about 'The Wedding' last year, "Kate
and William’s wedding was undoubtedly a once
in a lifetime opportunity for milliners to attractthe attention of media all over the world. The useof a few outrageous pieces of headwear achievedthat very successfully. Television is very influential
in less direct ways, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries
has brought the millinery fashions of the 1920sinto favour," enthused the creative pair.Without doubt
The Hat is Back 
. Weddings,particularly outdoors weddings, and the races -headwear is always in fashion at the races - but
it’s the ‘non
-
occasion’ headwear which has
undergone the biggest change. Hats for summerdays, winter days, and even bad hair days...pull on
a stylish little cloche and you’re good to go. The
addition of a fabulous hat can make such a differ-
ence to your overall look, you’ll be amazed at the
compliments you receive when you add a piece
of millinery to what you’re wearing.They don’t mind being referred to as mad hatters,as they don’t take themselves too seriously, as it’s
unlikely that the master milliners of the world arethreatened by the potential competition fromCanowindra, but the pair consider themselvesvery lucky to be able to indulge their passion.
LAWRENCE'S
E
ASTER TRADING HOURSGOOD FRIDAY
CLOSED
SATURDAY 7 April
8am-12:30pm
SUNDAY 8 April
CLOSED
MONDAY 9 April
8am-12noon
 
41 Gaskill Street Canowindra
02 6344 1441
taste Canowindra
 back by popular demand...
7pm Saturday 28 April
 
Images of Gaskill Street 
Steve Mullarkey
free wine tasting & nibbles,
 
followed by artist’s talk & 
 2 course meal $40Bookings essential...don't miss out!
6:30pm Saturday 19 May
Bob Malone
 
with Pugsley Buzzardonly 60 tickets available $75includes free wine tasting
3 course meal & show
www.bobmalone.com
 
42 ferguson street
ph 02 6344 2332
 
www.tastecanowindra.com.au
 
HAMILTONS BLUFF
OPEN
All Easter Long WeekendGood Friday-Easter Monday11am-4pm
 
Come up and try our newly released
Pinot Grigio
 A classic Italian style white wine with subtle  floral notes and a clean, crisp finish
Also tasting our award winningSangiovese and sweet Dolce NeroLongs Corner Road~ just a few km from town! ~
www.hamiltonsbluff.com
Moorbel Hall
 
Markets
Saturday
 
7 April
 
8am - 12noon
Come & have a look!
cakes, preserves, plants,garden ornaments, tools,fresh vegetables, craft, soap,socks, candles, bric-a-brac
BBQ & the BEST Devonshiretea in Canowindra available
To book a stall site or for more detailscontact Warwick 02 6344 2025
 Ruby Hill Equine Centre
 
will be holding riding lessons at
Diana and Stewart Frost's
 Quarry Road Moorbel
Wednesday 11 April
1 hour lessons:$40 your own horseor $50 on our horse
 
Please book with Donna Ind
 on
0412 421 949
 
 
02 6344 1009
Melissa Lazarou's
Full Circle
exhibition opening
Friday 13 April @ 6pm
56 Gaskill Street
Canowindra
 
 B o o k  i n  n o w  f o r  d i n n e r 
C
OUNCILLOR 
'
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C
ORNER 
 
On the morning of Friday 30 March, based onfeedback from ratepayers, Councillors Durkin &Walker met with senior engineering staff todiscuss the road issues at: Shep's Corner; EugowraRoad (Nangar Way); and Mandurama Road.Staff have assured that resources have beenredirected to sort these issues out sooner ratherthan later.Should you have any other issues that you wouldlike raised at Council, please contact Cr AnthonyDurkin at clrdurkin@mail.com or Cr Kevin Walkeron 0428 441 241.Council meetings have reverted to 9:30am on thefirst Mondays of the month, so please advise themin a timely manner if you want a quick response.

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