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17 The Esplanade, Cowes Phone: 5952 6226 www.harrysrestaurant.com.au
A LONG LUNCH
of fine food, fine wines
and fine music at
l Open for lunch Tues-Sun and for dinner Mon-Sun in January
Sunday, January 14,
12noon to 3pm
Bookings 5952 6226
91 Thompson Ave, Town Square Cowes VIC
January 10, 17 & 24 2018
Adults $7 Family $20
Saturday 10am-5pm Sunday 10am-4pm
13 and 14, 2018
Entertainment what’s on this week
THE Phillip Island District
Railway Modellers will be
holding their annual show
on the 13th and 14th of Jan-
uary in the Cowes Cultural
On Saturday the exhibition
will be open to the public
from 10am until 5pm, and
on Sunday the hours are
10am to 4pm.
There will be models large
and small, old and new, sim-
ple and sophisticated.
Some exhibits will delight
the meticulous, while oth-
ers should offer encourage-
ment to those with two left
The important thing is to
Colinsville is a beautiful
rendition of a 1900s Victo-
rian coastal port, while Cul-
cairn is an inland township
still under construction.
Our ever popular U-drive
layout for the kids will fea-
ture Thomas and Percy.
Bald Mountain always rais-
es the question of which tun-
nel the train will appear from.
And it is never too late to
start - we welcome back the
award-winning layout built
by some residents of the
Grossard Court Aged Care
New and second-hand
models and accessories will
be for sale to suit rank be-
ginners and experts, the rich
and the poor, and those of us
who get along somewhere in
Whatever the weather, kids
of all ages can look forward
to enjoying a few hours with
And please talk to the ex-
hibitors, they never tire of
talking to anyone who takes
tween annual shows, check
out our website at www.
One bike ride day left at GP circuit!
THE first three push bike ride days at the
Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit have been a
great success with families, fitness fanatics and
cycling groups all converging on the circuit for
two hour of cycling fun.
There is one more ride day left in the holi-
days, on Thursday January 11, so get your
friends and family organised for a unique way
to spend a couple of hours riding around the
world’s favourite grand prix circuit.
The track is extremely safe and you don’t
have to worry about cars.
It’s wide enough for passing and challenging
for the fitness fanatics.
You won’t break any lap records on the 4.5-ki-
However you will enjoy the safest and most
picturesque location to ride your push bike on
So, get your bike, helmet, family and friends
and head straight to the track.
The ride day is on January 11 from 5.30pm
to 7.30 pm and there is no need to book.
Tickets are available all day or just turn up
30 minutes prior to the session at the Visitors
Centre to purchase your ticket with your own
bike and helmet.
It’s best to arrive early and make the most of
your time on this world-famous circuit.
Phone 59 529 400 or visit: www.phillipisland-
circuit.com.au for more information.
Push bike rides at the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit are proving to be a great hit with
families this school holidays.
Trains return to Phillip Island
Magic Tony from France
A MAZE’N Things has
been successfully hosting a
number of magicians during
these school holidays, one
of whom is Magic Tony from
With a degree in Physics
from a leading American uni-
versity, Tony is an interesting
man and performer.
A significant percentage of
the money he earns as a ma-
gician goes to a not-for-profit
organisation called ‘Magic
Brothers World’ which en-
ables underprivileged kids in
third world countries to ex-
At the end of January he
will be heading back to Asia
to do some of his charity
He has been getting very
enthusiastic reviews for his
family shows with an enter-
taining mix of magic, hu-
mour that involves a lot of
Tony will be performing
again on January 13, 14 ,
15 and 16. Tickets are only
$5 each in combination with
other activities, or $10 each
as a standalone activity.
It’s a great school holiday
Magic Tony, from France, is performing at
A Maze‘N Things over the school holidays.
With a degree in physics, Tony is an interest-
ing performer, who donates a significant per-
centage of his earnings as a magician to the
not-for-profit organisation ‘Magic Brothers
World’ which enables underprivileged kids
in third world countries to experience magic.
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