Notices

CRAFT AND COFFEE GROUP

12/6/2020 Update:

The Craft Group has resumed meeting in the Ned Kenny Centre of a Tuesday from 1pm to 4pm. Numbers will be limited to 18 only. Prior to 1pm, the trestles and chairs will be wiped cleaned and positioned to maintain social distancing. If you wish to join the group, please accept that if 18 are in attendance you will not be admitted to NKC. If you wish to have a cuppa during the afternoon, please ensure you bring your own cup/mug.


22/5/2020 Post:

The Craft Group has resumed meeting in the Ned Kenny Centre of a Tuesday from 1pm to 4pm. Numbers will be limited to 14 only. (1 person per 4 square meters of ground space.) Prior to 1pm, the trestles and chairs will be wiped cleaned and positioned to maintain social distancing. If you wish to join the group, please accept that if 14 are in attendance you will not be admitted to NKC. If you wish to have a cuppa during the afternoon, please ensure you bring your own cup/mug.


15/5/2020 Post:

With changes to the way society can operate, the Craft Group will regroup on Tuesday 19th from 1pm to 4pm at the Ned Kenny Centre. Numbers will be limited to 14 only. (1 person per 4 square meters of ground space.) Prior to 1pm, the trestles and chairs will be wiped cleaned and positioned to maintain social distancing. If you wish to join the group, please accept that if 14 are in attendance you will not be admitted to NKC. If you wish to have a cuppa during the afternoon, please ensure you bring your own cup/mug.


18/4/2020 Post:

COFFEE AND CRAFT SNIPPETS Old projects that they have stashed in their cupboards (for far longer than anyone cares to remember) are being hauled out and worked on. Vanessa has nearly completed a lion snuggle rug for a friend’s newborn grandchild. Julie has zipped up some more face masks if any one would like one or two. They consist of 3 layers of cotton/polycotton and are no guarantee to protect from droplet infection. However they are a good warning system to stop touching your face while out. And finally if you would like to join the Zoom meetings on Tuesday at 1.30pm contact Julie 0429976602 and she will send you the link. It goes for 30 minutes and is a chance to catch up with other parishioners.


10/4/2020 Post:

Julie dropped into the office some of the face masks she had sewn (from the pattern sent out last week). These have all been given out now but if anyone would like one to wear while out doing their shop please ring the Parish Office or Julie and she will run you one up. Remember these are not surgical masks but rather a mask to remind you to stop touching your face while out and about in unhygienic situations. The ladies have been knitting and sewing like crazy and showed off their baby blankets, scarves and knitted stuffed animals on the latest Zoom meeting. Marshall Philp had used a stitch taught to him at school last term to sew the interface on to a facemask his Mum, Vanessa, had crocheted at his request. Who said ‘boys and 11 year-olds aren’t interested in craft’?


3/4/2020 Post:

The Craft and Coffee Group had a small meeting via the Zoom platform last Tuesday in lieu of their normal meeting in the Ned Kenny Centre. Six of the members took part, with Julie showing the progress she’s made on her McKenzie tartan rug and Maria H showing her finished tote. (I know some very clever and talented people!) Julie and Steph modelled their homemade masks. I am sending the pattern for the mask as a separate attachment in case anyone is interested in giving it a go. Disclaimer: The mask will not stop the transferring of the virus but will remind us to maintain face hygiene. Remember: Wash hands with soap under running water OFTEN (for 20 seconds) and try not to touch your face. (I’m amazed how often I do but am trying to retrain myself) We’re having another mini meeting next Tuesday at 1.30pm.


28/3/2020 Post:

Please note the group meeting has been cancelled due to Coronavirus Pandemic.


You are warmly invited to join in The Craft and Coffee Group which meets every Tuesday in the Ned Kenny Centre from 1pm-4pm. Bring whatever you are working on at the moment and have a chat and cuppa while you work OR perhaps you might like help with your knitting or crochet project. The ladies are very, very helpful.

St Joseph's Church

70 Kent Street, BUSSELTON WA 6280

Saturday 6pm Mass

Our Lady of the Bay

Kelly Drive, BUSSELTON WA 6280

Sunday 9am & 6pm Mass

Parish Office

08 9752 1687
sjparish@westnet.com.au 

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