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Documentary screening 15th February, Cobargo CWA 4:30pm
Coming up next is 'Growing Change - A journey inside Venezuela's food revolution' by Simon Cunich.
The film tells the story of what happens when the community take control of food production. Donation $5.
(You can see a full description in the February 'Triangle' at www.visitcobargo.com/the-triangle)
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2 years ago

Janice Simpson – Reading 20th February, 5.00pm
At Well Thumbed Books

Janice will be reading from Let Sleeping Dogs Lie, a travel memoir of her first long distance bicycle ride from Paris to Istanbul. After nervously arriving in Paris, knowing no-one, she rolled out on Day 1 along the Champs Elysees and tried to imagine herself as Cadel Evans. The dream was soon shattered - no media hype, massage teams or carefully prescribed meals, just camping in farmers' fields, negotiating busy roads and wolfing into curried carrots. Thankfully she recovered sufficiently from the experience to continue riding, unable to give up the seduction of slow tourism and fast friendships.

Janice now writes crime fiction and hopes at least one of her novels will be published soon! In the meantime, she is working on a PhD in creative nonfiction at RMIT University and continuing her work as a board member of Bicycle Network.

(From Louise Brown)
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2 years ago

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Australia Day 2015 in Cobargo
Official program starts at noon, but a sausage sizzle and get together will kick off the day from 11am onwards.
The official program will include the announcement of the Cobargo and District Citizen of the Year and Junior Citizen of the Year and an Australia Day address from the shire’s Mayor Michael Britten.
The new school captains of Cobargo and Quaama Public Schools will make their first speeches in their new roles and after the formalities there will be more refreshments.
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2 years ago

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(Cobargo Chronicle 13th January, 1899)
The war is now over and the treaty of peace is signed and Morrison & Harlow, in returning thanks to the public for past support and to notify that they have removed to their new premises two doors further up the street, where with increased facilities for doing the work; and the prices of material having come down again to their original standard, they will now be able to turn out a better and cheaper article than heretofore.
WAGGONS, DRAYS, CARTS, BUGGIES and SULKIES made to order of the best material and of seasoned timber.
Buggies and sulkies repainted and retrimmed equal to new.
GUNS repaired and HORSES carefully shod.
Prices same as usual. Paddle shoes 3 shillings cash. 5 percent discount allowed for cash allowed on all other work.
Note the address - MORRSION & HARLOW, Bermagui Street, Cobargo
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2 years ago

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Visit Cobargo shared The Cobargo Creators Centre's Watercolour Painting Workshop with Jan Ward. ... See MoreSee Less

This weekend workshop led by Jan Ward, a local artist and teacher with more than 28 years experience, is a great opportunity to explore the amazing world of watercolour painting. Each participant, whether a beginner of someone seeking to develop their skills, will have the opportunity to develop their skills on a project of their own choice. Previous workshops have proved popular so early booking is recommended. Cost $140.00 per person. Materials can be provided for an extra $30.00 FOR BOOKINGS: Email artsincobargo@gmail.com

Watercolour Painting Workshop with Jan Ward

March 7, 2015, 9:30am - March 7, 2015, 11:30pm

School of Arts Hall, Cobargo

This weekend workshop led by Jan Ward, a local artist and teacher with more than 28 years experience, is a great opportunity to explore the amazing world of watercolour painting. Each participant, whether a beginner of someone seeking to develop their skills, will have the opportunity to develop their skills on a project of their own choice. Previous workshops have proved popular so early booking is recommended. Cost $140.00 per person. Materials can be provided for an extra $30.00 FOR BOOKINGS: Email artsincobargo@gmail.com

2 years ago

Margaret Branford, Nichole Tyrrell and 1 other like this

Emily Stephen LaszukI had put my name down for this, did you get it?2 years ago

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Show off your Christmas spirit by decorating your home/business in the Village Christmas Decoration Contest. The Cobargo Op Shop has generously donated $200 towards the contest. The donation will go towards prize money for 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizes. Judging will occur at the annual Apex Park Christmas Party on 24th December.
The Gnome Display Competition will also be judged at the Christmas Party. Local businesses are invited to participate by installing a tasteful, moderate gnome display in their business premises.
(From Julie Steele, CTBA)
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2 years ago

Barb Rugendyke, Dorothy Hathaway and 6 others like this

Steve StaffordDo we know who the prizewinners are?2 years ago

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Sweet Home Cobargo updated their cover photo. ... See MoreSee Less

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Sweet Home Cobargo updated their profile picture. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thundergoose warming up, getting ready for a big night! ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

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Clinton Leahy, Sandy Jubb and 18 others like this

Julie CaldeiraIf you ever get good country acts let us all know .:)1 day ago
Sheila Jones MilesWhats the genre? Very cool, how'd it go?23 hours ago

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Cobargo Creator’s trading table will be available again tomorrow morning.

So far we have jerusalem artichokes, bunches of herbs and perennial leek seedlings. There might be some cut pumpkin too and we are hopeful of seeing the beginnings of a fabulous citrus crop made fresh and super juicy by all that March rain.

To take advantage of the trading table, you need to be a home grower, have some excess, be prepared to drop it off at the table at around 9am, provide price and item details and come and collect your earnings and leftovers at 1pm. Other arrangements are available, but you need to email cobargocreators@gmail.com to organise.

See you there!!!!!!
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3 days ago

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We are putting some heat back into these cold nights with Sweet Home's Saturday 'pop-up restaurant'.

SATURDAY 27th, from 6.30pm

- Tasting plate of samosa, spinach and onion pakoras, naan and dip. -

Mains are :
- Beef vindaloo served with crunchy greens, minted yoghurt and steamed rice
- Vegetarian Kerala style curry served with rice and crunchy vege. (Vegan option available).

- Spiced tapioca puddings
- Mango yoghurt cheesecake.

Delish! Drop in or call us on 64936440
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3 days ago

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Thea Gust, Sandra Davis and 14 others like this

Brian HealeyMatt we could pop down to the farm this weekend just for dinner ;)3 days ago
Marilyn Banfieldsorry guys can't make it this evening for dinner - I am sure someone will fill out spot.2 days ago
Marilyn BanfieldMarilyn & David, Quaama2 days ago

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Cobargo Home Made Ice Cream shared Octopii's . ... See MoreSee Less

This weeks dinner menu! 😋 open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. Book now to avoid disappointment. BYO - we hope to see you soon!

4 days ago

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Julie Dunstan, Julie Caldeira and 3 others like this

Valerie ColeLooks wonderfull. But where are you..?4 days ago
Chris DwyerAwesome, if we can stay over, Jane the three os us could go for dinner whilst Alf works! Good idea?3 days ago

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Some progress shots from the gallery 'sprucing' that occurred over the weekend. ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

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We are now stocking some of the fantastic Stonefish and Garfish range from the Margaret River in WA. Top quality wines at very competitve prices, and perfect for your next special occasion or enjoy with a meal from TC's Bistro! ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

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PIZZAS ARE BACK!
TC's Bistro have introduced some great mouth-watering varieties to eat-in or takeaway Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Why not come in and try them out!
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6 days ago

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Angela Bell, Shelley Boyle and 9 others like this

Dorothy HathawayLooks awesome Helen. 😋6 days ago

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Do you have knitting or crochet questions? Need help with tricky bits, understanding patterns, converting needle and yarn sizes? Or do you want to share ideas and talk about you yarn work in a beautiful space? Join us i the Cobargo Creators Centre every Wednsesday from 12.30pm until 4pm for V and G's Yarn Clinic. Cost is free! ... See MoreSee Less

7 days ago

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some results from our latest workshop led by Rita Wagner - beautiful work and wonderful teacher! ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you The Cobargo Creators Centre, for organising the wonderful workshop held this weekend, lots of fun with colour and technique. So proud of all my students, please enjoy the collage of their fabulous paintings!

7 days ago

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Naomi's meticulously researched and beautifully illustrated Gnome books make a great gift or souvenir. Pop into the gallery and pick one up today. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

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Dorothy Hathaway, Beejay Bee and 5 others like this

Fi LukeBeautiful, magical illustrations 😊7 days ago

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Pics from the opening of our latest exhibition Natural Wonders. Congratulations Andrea Wall, beautiful work and a fabulous opening party! ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

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Ellie Bead, Brian Healey and 4 others like this

Merelyn Roughleyhomesick for ..COBARGO....1 week ago

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The Cobargo Creators Centre added 23 new photos to the album: New Works May 2017. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

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Happy Mothers Day! (Just incase you forgot the gallery is open till 1:30pm and Patto Macs beautiful Aladdins Cave is full of lovely last minute gift ideas) 👌😍 ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

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Cobargo Hotel Motel added a new photo. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

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Grreetings all. The CTBA has decided to hibernate ETC this year - so much has been happening in our village lately that everyone is out of puff!!!! ETC Cobargo will be back with bells on in June 2018. In the meantime, the CTBA is looking for people who would like to be involved in the overall coordination if this great collection of community happenings. If this sounds like something you'd like to be involved in and you have some time and energy spare, please let the CTBA know. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Come to our place for dinner tomorrow night. Just bring yourselves and drinks, we'll look after the rest.

On Saturday the 13th, Sweet Home Cobargo pop up restaurant is all about warming, homely meals.
There'll be Minestrone with garlic bread, baked Brie, Rich duck ragu on mash or polenta, -Ricotta, spinach, lemon zest cannelloni, Tiramisu cheesecake, and Autumn almond & hazelnut torte...mixed in with lots of fun of course.
Drop in or give us a call to book your spot. 64936440
... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

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THUNDERGOOSE ARE BACK!
The boys have been working on some new stuff and are ready to rock Saturday May 27th. TC's Bistro will be open as usual from 5.30pm with the show starting at 8.30pm. Don't miss it!
... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

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Daniels amazing pots and vases are available at the gallery. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

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The Cobargo Creators Centre added 36 new photos to the album: New Works May 2017. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

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Cobargo Folk Festival updated their profile picture. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

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Jacinta Handley, Judy Emerton and 19 others like this

Alfredo la CapraraThe great Ivy Lucille..4 weeks ago

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The Cobargo Creators Centre shared SoART Gallery's . ... See MoreSee Less

Don't forget to get your entry in for the SoArt Exhibition "ECCENTRIC ACCESSORIES"

4 weeks ago

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The Cobargo Folk Festival is moving to the first weekend in March! Performer applications are now open until 31 July and can be accessed at www.cobargofolkfestival.com/index.php?id=38. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

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Cobargo Folk Festival updated their cover photo. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

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Karen Maggie, Miki Mccamley and 23 others like this

Lisa BrownMarch!? Nice move, February is always so small and full.4 weeks ago   ·  4
Cobargo Folk FestivalThanks Lisa.4 weeks ago

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Annie's stickers are available for sale at the gallery; Waterproof vinyl suitable for cars, boards, bikes etc. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

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SPECIAL; Try our fresh Thai chicken salad ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

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By Local Businesses

Sweet Home Cobargo updated their cover photo. ... See MoreSee Less

13 hours ago

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Sweet Home Cobargo updated their profile picture. ... See MoreSee Less

20 hours ago

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Sweet Home Cobargo updated their profile picture. ... See MoreSee Less

20 hours ago

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Thundergoose warming up, getting ready for a big night! ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

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Clinton Leahy, Sandy Jubb and 18 others like this

Julie CaldeiraIf you ever get good country acts let us all know .:)1 day ago
Sheila Jones MilesWhats the genre? Very cool, how'd it go?23 hours ago

Comment on Facebook

Cobargo Creator’s trading table will be available again tomorrow morning.

So far we have jerusalem artichokes, bunches of herbs and perennial leek seedlings. There might be some cut pumpkin too and we are hopeful of seeing the beginnings of a fabulous citrus crop made fresh and super juicy by all that March rain.

To take advantage of the trading table, you need to be a home grower, have some excess, be prepared to drop it off at the table at around 9am, provide price and item details and come and collect your earnings and leftovers at 1pm. Other arrangements are available, but you need to email cobargocreators@gmail.com to organise.

See you there!!!!!!
... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

View on Facebook

We are putting some heat back into these cold nights with Sweet Home's Saturday 'pop-up restaurant'.

SATURDAY 27th, from 6.30pm

- Tasting plate of samosa, spinach and onion pakoras, naan and dip. -

Mains are :
- Beef vindaloo served with crunchy greens, minted yoghurt and steamed rice
- Vegetarian Kerala style curry served with rice and crunchy vege. (Vegan option available).

- Spiced tapioca puddings
- Mango yoghurt cheesecake.

Delish! Drop in or call us on 64936440
... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

View on Facebook

Thea Gust, Sandra Davis and 14 others like this

Brian HealeyMatt we could pop down to the farm this weekend just for dinner ;)3 days ago
Marilyn Banfieldsorry guys can't make it this evening for dinner - I am sure someone will fill out spot.2 days ago
Marilyn BanfieldMarilyn & David, Quaama2 days ago

Comment on Facebook

Cobargo Home Made Ice Cream shared Octopii's . ... See MoreSee Less

This weeks dinner menu! 😋 open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. Book now to avoid disappointment. BYO - we hope to see you soon!

4 days ago

View on Facebook

Julie Dunstan, Julie Caldeira and 3 others like this

Valerie ColeLooks wonderfull. But where are you..?4 days ago
Chris DwyerAwesome, if we can stay over, Jane the three os us could go for dinner whilst Alf works! Good idea?3 days ago

Comment on Facebook

Some progress shots from the gallery 'sprucing' that occurred over the weekend. ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

View on Facebook

We are now stocking some of the fantastic Stonefish and Garfish range from the Margaret River in WA. Top quality wines at very competitve prices, and perfect for your next special occasion or enjoy with a meal from TC's Bistro! ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

View on Facebook

PIZZAS ARE BACK!
TC's Bistro have introduced some great mouth-watering varieties to eat-in or takeaway Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Why not come in and try them out!
... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

View on Facebook

Angela Bell, Shelley Boyle and 9 others like this

Dorothy HathawayLooks awesome Helen. 😋6 days ago

Comment on Facebook

Do you have knitting or crochet questions? Need help with tricky bits, understanding patterns, converting needle and yarn sizes? Or do you want to share ideas and talk about you yarn work in a beautiful space? Join us i the Cobargo Creators Centre every Wednsesday from 12.30pm until 4pm for V and G's Yarn Clinic. Cost is free! ... See MoreSee Less

7 days ago

View on Facebook

some results from our latest workshop led by Rita Wagner - beautiful work and wonderful teacher! ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you The Cobargo Creators Centre, for organising the wonderful workshop held this weekend, lots of fun with colour and technique. So proud of all my students, please enjoy the collage of their fabulous paintings!

7 days ago

View on Facebook

Naomi's meticulously researched and beautifully illustrated Gnome books make a great gift or souvenir. Pop into the gallery and pick one up today. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

View on Facebook

Dorothy Hathaway, Beejay Bee and 5 others like this

Fi LukeBeautiful, magical illustrations 😊7 days ago

Comment on Facebook

Pics from the opening of our latest exhibition Natural Wonders. Congratulations Andrea Wall, beautiful work and a fabulous opening party! ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

View on Facebook

Ellie Bead, Brian Healey and 4 others like this

Merelyn Roughleyhomesick for ..COBARGO....1 week ago

Comment on Facebook

The Cobargo Creators Centre added 23 new photos to the album: New Works May 2017. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

View on Facebook

Happy Mothers Day! (Just incase you forgot the gallery is open till 1:30pm and Patto Macs beautiful Aladdins Cave is full of lovely last minute gift ideas) 👌😍 ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

View on Facebook

Cobargo Hotel Motel added a new photo. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

View on Facebook

Come to our place for dinner tomorrow night. Just bring yourselves and drinks, we'll look after the rest.

On Saturday the 13th, Sweet Home Cobargo pop up restaurant is all about warming, homely meals.
There'll be Minestrone with garlic bread, baked Brie, Rich duck ragu on mash or polenta, -Ricotta, spinach, lemon zest cannelloni, Tiramisu cheesecake, and Autumn almond & hazelnut torte...mixed in with lots of fun of course.
Drop in or give us a call to book your spot. 64936440
... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

View on Facebook

THUNDERGOOSE ARE BACK!
The boys have been working on some new stuff and are ready to rock Saturday May 27th. TC's Bistro will be open as usual from 5.30pm with the show starting at 8.30pm. Don't miss it!
... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

View on Facebook

Daniels amazing pots and vases are available at the gallery. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

View on Facebook
View on Facebook

The Cobargo Creators Centre added 36 new photos to the album: New Works May 2017. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

View on Facebook

Cobargo Folk Festival updated their profile picture. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

View on Facebook

Jacinta Handley, Judy Emerton and 19 others like this

Alfredo la CapraraThe great Ivy Lucille..4 weeks ago

Comment on Facebook

The Cobargo Creators Centre shared SoART Gallery's . ... See MoreSee Less

Don't forget to get your entry in for the SoArt Exhibition "ECCENTRIC ACCESSORIES"

4 weeks ago

View on Facebook

The Cobargo Folk Festival is moving to the first weekend in March! Performer applications are now open until 31 July and can be accessed at www.cobargofolkfestival.com/index.php?id=38. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

View on Facebook

Cobargo Folk Festival updated their cover photo. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

View on Facebook

Karen Maggie, Miki Mccamley and 23 others like this

Lisa BrownMarch!? Nice move, February is always so small and full.4 weeks ago   ·  4
Cobargo Folk FestivalThanks Lisa.4 weeks ago

Comment on Facebook

Annie's stickers are available for sale at the gallery; Waterproof vinyl suitable for cars, boards, bikes etc. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

View on Facebook

SPECIAL; Try our fresh Thai chicken salad ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

View on Facebook

Livo's sculpture 'Icon' is available at the gallery and is an amazing use of timber and found objects. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

View on Facebook

Documentary screening 15th February, Cobargo CWA 4:30pm
Coming up next is 'Growing Change - A journey inside Venezuela's food revolution' by Simon Cunich.
The film tells the story of what happens when the community take control of food production. Donation $5.
(You can see a full description in the February 'Triangle' at www.visitcobargo.com/the-triangle)
... See MoreSee Less

2 years ago

Janice Simpson – Reading 20th February, 5.00pm
At Well Thumbed Books

Janice will be reading from Let Sleeping Dogs Lie, a travel memoir of her first long distance bicycle ride from Paris to Istanbul. After nervously arriving in Paris, knowing no-one, she rolled out on Day 1 along the Champs Elysees and tried to imagine herself as Cadel Evans. The dream was soon shattered - no media hype, massage teams or carefully prescribed meals, just camping in farmers' fields, negotiating busy roads and wolfing into curried carrots. Thankfully she recovered sufficiently from the experience to continue riding, unable to give up the seduction of slow tourism and fast friendships.

Janice now writes crime fiction and hopes at least one of her novels will be published soon! In the meantime, she is working on a PhD in creative nonfiction at RMIT University and continuing her work as a board member of Bicycle Network.

(From Louise Brown)
... See MoreSee Less

2 years ago

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Australia Day 2015 in Cobargo
Official program starts at noon, but a sausage sizzle and get together will kick off the day from 11am onwards.
The official program will include the announcement of the Cobargo and District Citizen of the Year and Junior Citizen of the Year and an Australia Day address from the shire’s Mayor Michael Britten.
The new school captains of Cobargo and Quaama Public Schools will make their first speeches in their new roles and after the formalities there will be more refreshments.
... See MoreSee Less

2 years ago

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(Cobargo Chronicle 13th January, 1899)
The war is now over and the treaty of peace is signed and Morrison & Harlow, in returning thanks to the public for past support and to notify that they have removed to their new premises two doors further up the street, where with increased facilities for doing the work; and the prices of material having come down again to their original standard, they will now be able to turn out a better and cheaper article than heretofore.
WAGGONS, DRAYS, CARTS, BUGGIES and SULKIES made to order of the best material and of seasoned timber.
Buggies and sulkies repainted and retrimmed equal to new.
GUNS repaired and HORSES carefully shod.
Prices same as usual. Paddle shoes 3 shillings cash. 5 percent discount allowed for cash allowed on all other work.
Note the address - MORRSION & HARLOW, Bermagui Street, Cobargo
... See MoreSee Less

2 years ago

View on Facebook

Visit Cobargo shared The Cobargo Creators Centre's Watercolour Painting Workshop with Jan Ward. ... See MoreSee Less

This weekend workshop led by Jan Ward, a local artist and teacher with more than 28 years experience, is a great opportunity to explore the amazing world of watercolour painting. Each participant, whether a beginner of someone seeking to develop their skills, will have the opportunity to develop their skills on a project of their own choice. Previous workshops have proved popular so early booking is recommended. Cost $140.00 per person. Materials can be provided for an extra $30.00 FOR BOOKINGS: Email artsincobargo@gmail.com

Watercolour Painting Workshop with Jan Ward

March 7, 2015, 9:30am - March 7, 2015, 11:30pm

School of Arts Hall, Cobargo

This weekend workshop led by Jan Ward, a local artist and teacher with more than 28 years experience, is a great opportunity to explore the amazing world of watercolour painting. Each participant, whether a beginner of someone seeking to develop their skills, will have the opportunity to develop their skills on a project of their own choice. Previous workshops have proved popular so early booking is recommended. Cost $140.00 per person. Materials can be provided for an extra $30.00 FOR BOOKINGS: Email artsincobargo@gmail.com

2 years ago

Margaret Branford, Nichole Tyrrell and 1 other like this

Emily Stephen LaszukI had put my name down for this, did you get it?2 years ago

Comment on Facebook

Show off your Christmas spirit by decorating your home/business in the Village Christmas Decoration Contest. The Cobargo Op Shop has generously donated $200 towards the contest. The donation will go towards prize money for 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizes. Judging will occur at the annual Apex Park Christmas Party on 24th December.
The Gnome Display Competition will also be judged at the Christmas Party. Local businesses are invited to participate by installing a tasteful, moderate gnome display in their business premises.
(From Julie Steele, CTBA)
... See MoreSee Less

2 years ago

Barb Rugendyke, Dorothy Hathaway and 6 others like this

Steve StaffordDo we know who the prizewinners are?2 years ago

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Includes: Chalk & Cheese, Cobargo Creators, Cobargo Folk Festival, Cobargo Hotel, Cobargo Icecream, Galba Forge, Lazy Lizard Gallery, Sweet Home Cobargo, The Train Cafe
Includes: Chalk & Cheese, Cobargo Creators, Cobargo Folk Festival, Cobargo Hotel, Cobargo Icecream, Galba Forge, Lazy Lizard Gallery, Sweet Home Cobargo, The Train Cafe