Winter Solstice Foreshore Ramble Beach & Nature Photographer’s Walk
McGregor’s Rock to the Ricketts Point Tea House
Sunday 17 June – departs at 10am sharp
(each of the four walks is 10 only mins)
- 10 am Assemble at McGregor’s Rock for Ray Lewis’ Sea Country Walk
- Then walk to Banksia Point with Murray Orr while he talks ancient fossils in our unique marine sanctuary
- Next, walk the open cliffs with Professor John Buckeridge explaining the Geology of the local area
- Saving the best till last, walk and talk in the Barguuk Womens’ Garden with Betty Lewis who will educate us about Aboriginal Secret Women’s business, as well as indigenous plants and their uses
11am return to Ricketts Point Tea House for hot coffee, tea, chocolate, soup, a warm fire & congenial company
If you require a lift back to your car at McGregor’s Rock, Ray Lewis and Virginia Mosk are happy to help – please let us know via your booking. This is a free service offered by volunteers but please reserve your place at: www.trybooking.com/WEPA
This will be a Zen walk, living completely in the present moment – mobile phones turned off or on silent; friendly, calm dogs welcome; ideal for photographers to capture local foreshore life.
Any queries, please call 0408 800 685
MARINE ART EXHIBITION
Saturday 17 – Sunday 18 February 2018 10 am – 4 pm
Beaumaris Yacht Club, Corner Beach & Haydens Roads, Beaumaris VIC 3193 MAP
Saturday 11am – Aboriginal Sea Country & Local Heritage Walk by Ray Lewis OAM
Saturday 3pm – Making Paper Fish with local artist, Diana Pearce
Sunday 10am – Children’s sand sculpting with local artist, Betty Knight
People’s Choice Awards – prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd for artist winners!
Refreshments too. ALL WELCOME. Gold coin donation admission
Unfortunately, no wheelchair access
For queries Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile: 0408 800 685
Kindly sponsored by MESAC and Bayside Beaches Real Estate
MESAC (combination of Marine Care Rickets Point (MCRP) and the Beaumaris Yacht Club (BYC)) was formed to create a combined Yacht and Water Sports Club, and Marine Education Centre on the current yacht club site. We rung a series of environmental education events throughout the year.
National Science Week was a great 9 day event – 750 visitors attended with 21 top level speakers from all over Victoria.
Scientists, educators, parents, grandparents, children, general public….all were and are always welcome!
As part of the National Science Week 2015, MESAC ran a very successful 9 day program, with some 450 adults and 300 children attending. After 5 months of planning we launched the program with 21 high quality speakers from around the State. 24 of our wonderful volunteers from both MCRP and the BYC were there to support and help coordinate the weekend. Their help was invaluable and we thank them sincerely.
The Gould League were also greatly involved and ran five sessions.
Thank you to all the attendees, presenters and volunteers. Next year we hope to make it bigger and better!