Welcome to the June Wynyard Community Newsletter!

We are finally moving into the digital age with an electronic newsletter. We figure that there is synergies of doing posts on our website and combining them into the monthly newsletter. It will take a little bit of tweaking to improve it, we would love feedback on the new format, and contributions as always are very welcome! Send them to [email protected]

Live Well Tasmania Update

New Winter Warmers Breakfast at the Live Well Tasmania Community Centre, Tuesday 11th, 18th, 25th June from 9 am to 10.30 am.  Join us for tea, coffee and a bowl of heathy porridge -fully loaded with toppings of your choice. We will be holding a talk each during  session at  10am  on how to keep warm while saving energy and dollars. First up this month  – how to choose and layer winter fabrics to keep you warm on a budget. Everyone welcome. Contact Cheryl 0403 985 783

Community Mondays

Community Mondays is having a break over June, but will recommence in July until September. Stay tuned for new activities and guest speakers! If you have idea’s for lunch menu’s, or want to share your tips for cooking on a budget come along on Mondays in July!

Community Mondays is taking a break over June, but will be back better than ever from July to September! Stay tuned for some announcements about new activities and guest speakers.

Village Yoga

An inclusive offbeat yoga group that’s family-friendly, for all ages and stages (nb does not involve formal yoga instruction). Wednesdays, 2pm at the Live Well Tasmania Community Centre. BYO: Mat, kids, comfortable clothing, by donation. Contact Bec on 0499 359 996.

The Right Place

The first phase of The Right Place project is now complete. We have completed training in how organisations can help connect people to services, with a bonus being the production of a video of the training which can now be used both for new members in Waratah-Wynyard, but also in other parts of Tasmania, where it is increasingly being adopted. A second phase of the project is to work with the Tasmanian Council of Social Services to add services to the database FindHelpTas, which lists health, social and community services across Tasmania.

The Truffle Hunters Film Night

it was a full house at the Truflle Hunters movie last night, Emma, Ashley, Tarryn and Murray did a fantastic job with all the organisation of a 3 course meal, music, and a word game, as well as the movie! Next month will be the film Yesterday, which is a musical romantic comedy film about a struggling musician who wakes up one day and suddenly finds himself as the only person in the world who remembers The Beatles and becomes famous for performing their songs.