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WINTER WEEKLY SPECIAL AT
WINTER WEEKLY SPECIAL AT
*conditions apply, not applicable on long
weekend or school holidays. Kids meal free
with every adult main meal purchased.
Weekly specials valid
April 17, 2016
- August 31, 2016.
bar & restaurant
11 Beach Rd, Rhyll
Seniors discount all day!
*conditions apply, discount applies to food only.
Not in conjunction with any other offer.
WHAT’S ON AT
161 Marine Parade, San Remo, 3925 T: 5678 5205
AHA VICTORIA - BEST LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
VENUE 2010, 2011 & 2013
Fri May 20 Ben Wright Smith
Sat May 21 Live entertainment from 9.30pm
Sun May 22 Andy Phillips & the Cadillac Walk
Overture to ‘The Thieving Magpie’
‘Sylvia’ Ballet Suite
Tchaikovsky Polonaise from ‘Eugene Onegin’
Khachaturian ‘Spartacus’ Ballet Suite No 2
Stravinsky ‘The Firebird’ Ballet Suite
(excerpts, arr. Merle Isaac’
Prokofiev Violin Concerto No 1 in D Major Op 19
Soloist - Zoe Freisberg - Violin
Musical Director: Willem van der Vis
Leader: Tania Vethanayagam
Sunday, May 29, 2016 at 2.30pm
Cowes Cultural Centre, Thompson Ave, Cowes
Tickets: $20, students $8, children free.
Tickets available at the door
Enquiries: Anne Davie 5956 8216
Phillip Island Arts &
Cultural Commiteee Inc
What s on this week...
What s on this week...
THIS month’s film on May 25 is Mr
Holmes directed by Bill Condon.
Mr Holmes is not your usual Sherlock
story but rather a gentle suspense story
that is told in two main layers.
The year is 1947 and Holmes (Ian
McKellan) is now 93, living in obscurity
on the Sussex coast. Holmes lives with
his housekeeper Mrs. Munro (Laura Lin-
ney) and her 10 year old son, Roger (Milo
The first layer looks at the bond that
forms between Holmes and Roger as
they share various interests. The second
layer watches Holmes trying to unravel
his last and unsolved case in a series of
flashbacks that saw him retire imme-
diately afterwards. Holmes attempts to
write the truth of this last case as he also
comes to terms with the mark the case
left on his life.
McKellan’s performance is remarkable
and he thrives in this quite moving story
that is full of understated wit. The three
main performances are fully developed
and sensitive portrayals.
Mr Holmes is based a novel by the
American writer, Mitch Cullen. A Slight
Trick of the Mind, was published in
2005 and the film is a close adaption.
Entrance is by membership only. Any
queries can be made on 5952 6304.
ers and songwriters and
“Musicianaries”, Eric and
Monique, who preach the
gospel through word and
song, will be perform-
ing at St John’s Uniting
Church this Sunday (May
22) at the 10 am service.
Eric and Monique’s
music is an exceptional
blending of intelligence
The married duo are
write deeply biblical, pia-
no-driven songs that have
a genre blending sound.
Their original compo -
sitions strive to allow
space for the Holy Spirit
to minister in a setting of
lyrical efficiency, a clas-
sically tinged piano and
vocal harmony commonly
found only in siblings.
A love offering will be
taken up to support Eric
and Monique’s full-time
CD sales and credit fa-
cilities will be available.
Morning tea will follow
Invite your friends and
join us for this special
We look forward to see-
ing you there!
Phillip Island Movie Club
The Foreshore Bar and Restaurant at Rhyll has released a new winter menu
to rave reviews. Great food, an open fire place, amazing views, combined with
senior discounts on Thursdays and kids eat free deals on Sunday nights make
the Foreshore Bar and Restaurant a great winter venue.
Rave reviews for new menu
THE Foreshore Bar and Restaurant at
Rhyll has just released its great new winter
menu, and so far it is getting rave reviews.
“We have replaced some of the dishes
with things like a lovely Spanish seafood
stew, slow cooked pork cheeks and rich
beef ribs,” said Sue.
“We have kept some of the old faith-
fuls like our local fish and chips,
the bangers and mash and our loved
“This winter as well as enjoying our
great views, our rustic décor and the
lovely fire place, you can also enjoy se -
niors discount on Thursdays and kids
eat free deals on Sunday nights.
“We look forward to looking after ev-
eryone this winter.
“Stay warm in our lovely warm res-
HELD on the last Sunday of each
month, Phillip Island RSL presents its
Funday Sunday between 12.30pm and
2.30pm on the deck at the Lone Pine
This free event offers kids and parents
the chance to explore their creativity,
learn new skills and take home a me-
mento of their activity. The next Funday
Sunday will be focusing on the beach
with lots of interactive craft and things
to see and experience.
Tokens can be picked up from the Bis-
tro at the time of ordering – there is a
limit of 30 kids at any one time and par-
ents must be in attendance at all times.
Take advantage of the cosy deck area
and book your table on the deck for
lunch and to be close at hand to see
what the kids produce.
Joey’s Kids Club members can also
enjoy a free meal at lunch time during
It’s a great opportunity to blend qual-
ity family time together and to try the
new winter menu which has over 15 new
items with great savings for members.
You don’t have to be an ex-Service per-
son to be a member – membership is
open to everyone 18 years and over.
Doug Patestos and son Julian pictured with Rob Stevenson and his daugh-
ter Holly, enjoying activities together at the last RSL Kids Funday Sunday,
held on the last Sunday of every month at the RSL.
at St John’s
Kids Funday Sunday
A FUNCTION held recently at Chatters in Cowes
has raised $338 for the Inner Wheel Club.
Chatters proprietor Jane Wiesner has thanked ev-
eryone who supported the event, and in particular
Phil and Konney Behre from IGA for donating the
“ Over twenty ladies attended and we raised $333.80
for kids in need,” said Jane.
Function for Inner Wheel
Pictured at the Chatters function to raise money
for the Rotary Inner Wheel Club are from left, Loo-
rain Hope, Desley Taylor, Sandra Colling and Eliza-
Margaret Guile and Lois Gaskin are pictured at the
Inner Wheel fundraiser.
Inner Whhel Club members Pam Spencer and Una
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