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WHAT’S ON AT
161 Marine Parade, San Remo, 3925
T: 5678 5205
AHA VICTORIA - BEST LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
VENUE 2010, 2011 & 2013
Fri Jan 29 - Centre and The South
9.30pm No c/c
Sat Jan 30 - Lamb Chop - Doors 9pm
Sun Jan 31 - Raised By Eagles 5.30pm
Fri Feb 5 - Tim Wheatley 9.30pm No c/c
Sat Feb 6 - Chris Griffiths Duo 9.30pm
Sun Feb 7 - Geoff Achison 5.30pm No c/c
Fri Feb 12 - Maddy Wilson 9.30pm No c/c
Sat Feb 13 - Mental As Anything 9pm
Sun Feb 14 - Rory Ellis 5.30pm No c/c
Fri Feb 19 - Dallas Crane 9pm Tix $20/$25
It’s a new program as part of
Morning Mums starting up again on
Playful Puggles presented by
Dr Rebecca Overeem
Different theme each week
$5 coffee and cake deal - Lone Pine Bistro
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3
It’s free and suits mums and preschool aged kids
225 Thompson Avenue, Cowes
Phone: 5952 1004
116 Gap Road, Cowes
www.theshearingshed.com .au 5952 3928
Locals night - 10% OFF bill
Standard Trading Hours
Thursday to Sunday from 6pm
Saturday and Sunday between
12noon and 2pm for lunch
What s on this week...
What s on this week...
Summer Sunday sessions at the Westernport
THE Westernport Hotel, San Remo is
looking forward to a string of success-
ful Sunday sessions over the coming six
weeks, with exceptional live entertain-
ment booked each week.
On the entertainment line-up this Sun-
day (January 31) are Melbourne rock
and rollers “Raised By Eagles” live in the
front bar from 5.30pm.
Sunday also signals the end of The
Westernport’s Corona Sunday Sessions,
offering one last opportunity to sample
their delicious ‘$10 Paella on the deck’
which has been a sell out every Sunday
over the past several weeks.
It’s also the last chance to be in with
a chance of winning an amazing Corona
Esky packed full of Corona gear.
Purchase any ice cold Corona and receive
an entry form for this incredible prize.
The winner will be drawn at 9pm.
In the weeks following, patrons are in-
vited to enjoy the live and free Sunday
Session entertainment at 5.30pm, kick-
ing off with Geoff Achison on February
7, and followed by Rory Ellis, February
14; the Bakersfield Glee Club February
21; Jump Devils February 28; and Sug-
arcane Collins on March 6.
Get in early to grab a seat in the front
bar, or book a table in The Bistro to en-
joy a delicious meal from the Summer
Menu while things heat up around the
Call The Westernport staff on 5678
5205 for more information or to reserve
a table, and keep your eyes on the HEAR
page at www.thewesternport.com.au for
full upcoming gig listings and links to
It’s Bluesguitar at the Westernport this Sunday
Phillip Island Library Friends’ raffle
THE Friends of Phillip Island Library
(FOPIL) held a successful book raffle
over the holiday season to raise money
to support the library.
The raffle was drawn on January 23
at the library during a book sale.
Winner of the first prize of a large bas-
ket of books and a toy possum was Mar-
Second prize of a parcel of books
was presented to Christine Tris, and
the third prize added on the day of two
books containing the works of Henry
Lawson and Banjo Paterson was won by
FOPIL would like to thank everyone
who participated in the raffle.
Friends of the Library will hold simi-
lar raffles in the future.
FOPIL reminds everyone that the first
Book Chat for the year will be held at
the library on Wednesday February 3 at
2pm and Book Chats will continue dur-
ing 2016 on the first Wednesday of the
The Friends of the Phillip Island Library (FOPIL) raffle held over summer was won by Mar-
lene Fisher. FOPIL Treasurer Celia Fleming is seated.
Fuzzy Wuzzy Angel descendants to perform
THE Phillip Island RSL presents a unique
opportunity next week for community mem-
bers and visitors to enjoy a performance by
direct descendants of the famous Fuzzy Wuzzy
Angels of New Guinea.
The performance, by the actual porters who
are currently assisting visitors along the Koko-
da Track, will be held on Thursday February 4
at 6.30pm in the ANZAC Room.
The show and a two course meal including
tea and coffee is only $25 per person.
The sum of $5 from each ticket sold will
go towards delivering community health pro-
grams, working hand in hand with AusAID,
to the people living along the Kokoda Track,
by paediatricians, eye specialists and general
The visit has been organised by No Roads Ex-
peditions as part of an annual fundraising and
cultural exchange tour.
Phillip Island RSL President Tom Mallaghan
has also requested community members who
have unwanted spectacles sitting at home to
consider donating them for use by people in
New Guinea. A similar appeal by the RSL in
recent years has always resulted in a great re-
sponse, and Tom says the glasses are greatly
appreciated by people who otherwise have no
access to aids to assist with poor eyesight.
“If members of the community have any un-
used spectacles sitting at home, please consid-
er donating these to the RSL who will donate
them on to No Roads Expeditions for distribu-
tion to the many families along the track suffer-
ing from poor eyesight.”
Spectacles can be dropped off to the Phillip
Island RSL, or if it is more convenient for some
residents, into the Advertiser office at 60 Cha-
pel Street in Cowes.
“Last year, we gave them 150 pairs of specta-
cles to hand on, for which they were extremely
appreciative,” said Tom this week.
If you would like more information about
the Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels dinner and show, visit
Bookings can also be made online.
Tom Mamlagahan, RSL president, is pictured during last year’s visit with direct de-
scendants of New Guineas famous ‘Fuzzy Wuzzy Angel’s, who saved lives and cared
for many Australian soldiers during World War II. The descendants are all porters
currently working on the Kokoda Trail, supporting the next generation of Australians
who make the visit there. They are on a fundraising tour, and will be performing at the
RSL next week.
Tom Mallagahan, RSL president, with an array of glasses donated last year, he asks
community members for their help again.
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