Our third day of winter and the temperature outside the doors of Lachlan Hall was -2 deg C at 10.00a.m. today. With 19 of us squeezed into the small meeting room (large Hall just too cold) and with two heaters, the chill was soon overtaken. The buzz of conversation, whirring of bobbins and busyness of hands soon brought a warmth to the room. Winter works in progress popped out of baskets and bags – the variety of work never ceases to amaze! Well done girls – have to love this group.
A chilly morning in the Lachlan Valley with snow above us on Collins Cap and Collins Bonnet, all hands are busier than ever. The approach of colder winter weather is an incentive to spend more time indoors around the fire. Still there is always something to be gained by joining the circle in Lachlan Hall and always something hot and satisfying to eat and drink across the road at Lachlan Food and Wine!
For those who enjoyed the Spiced Polenta and Pumpkin cake, you can find the recipe on the blog : www.lachlancraftcircle.wordpress.com
Our meetings in Lachlan Hall seem to be growing busier and busier. Craft work is coming in by the basketload and has far outgrown the “show table” – thank goodness the hall has a full-sized stage where completed works can be displayed. Yesterday was such a great day with so much to see, so much to discuss, so much interesting news as well as a fine lunch enjoyed together at Lachlan Food and Wine – this old co-ordinator came home just plain worn out from overload of the nicest and happiest kind!
A reminder that Lachlan Craft Circle will be lunching at Lachlan Food and Wine this Friday. Craft group will meet in the hall as usual, moving over to lunch at the restaurant at 12.00 noon before returning to the hall. Food choices will be per the restaurant Luncheon Menu.
Congratulations Fay on your impressive donation of a decorated cake to New Norfolk R.S.L. Club – a fine tribute to all Australians who have served!
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