Home' South Gippsland Sentinel-Times : December 30th 2015 Contents The South Gippsland Sentinel-Times Tourism Feature, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2015 - PAGE 29
THE 33rd Annual
Swap Day will be held
on Sunday, January
10 at the Korumburra
A huge range of goods
will be on sale with ev-
erything from tools and
plants, to golf clubs and
toys - there really is
something for everyone.
Once again one of the
most popular events in
South Gippsland will see
an impressive vintage
and classic car display.
For those looking to
pick-up a bargain or
are chasing something
unique, admission is $5
per person, children un-
der 16 are free.
Gates to the Korum-
burra Showgrounds will
be closed from 10pm on
Saturday and will re-
open at 6am on Sunday.
Sites are $15 which in-
cludes one person entry.
They will be allocated
on arrival, and no prior
bookings are available.
Please note this is a
dog free event.
Cooper will be among
many locals there look-
ing for a part to com-
plete a project.
He shared his story
about the restoration of
his 1974 GT380 Suzuki.
“GT380 was one of
three models made by
Suzuki that are three
cylinder two stroke mo-
tors all produced in the
early to mid-70s,”
“GT means grand tour-
ing and the 380 is the
smallest of the three
According Mr Cooper
this particular bike has
very low mileage and
needs only a few parts to
“The paint work only
needs polishing and the
chrome cleaned up, the
brakes overhauled (front
and rear) and a couple of
better tyres, ” he said.
“I t’s good that the wir-
ing, lights and switches
are working ok.
“I hope to have the
bike on the road before
the end of next year. ”
The South Gippsland branch of
Gippsland Historical Automobile Club Inc.
Sunday, January 10, 2016
at Korumburra Showgrounds
Vintage & classic car display
Grounds closed 10 pm Saturday till 6 am Sunday
Bric-a-brac, car books & much more in pavillion.
Inquiries phone: 5657 3371, 5662 5029 or 5662 3032
Light refreshments available from 6 am
Sites allocated on arrival. No prior bookings.
No dogs allowed.
From plants and toys to
nuts, bolts, golf clubs
tools and more.
To include all categories
(Auto., motorcycle, stat. engine, farm machinery, antique.)
Admission $5 per person, under 16 FREE,
$15 per site (includes 1 person entry)
GATES OPEN 6am
PROOF TO BETH
Summer School Holiday Program
Coal Creek Community Park & Museum 12 Silkstone Rd. Korumburra
www.coalcreekvillage.com.au 5655 1811
Experience the NEW Interpretive Guide $5.00
Ride the Bush Railway or the Red Rocket Tractor $6.50 per person
General Store old fashioned Lolly Shop - Spinners Demonstration
Lunch at the café or Bring a picnic – Feed the ducks
Saturday, January 2
Ghost Tour, Booking Essential $25.00
8.30pm – 10.00pm
Bush skill’s Display Slab Cottage
10.00am to 4.30pm
Activity operated by volunteer
please call to confirm times
Saturday, January 9
Farmers Market 8.30am to 1.00pm
& Craft Market 10.00am – 1.00pm
Wander through the local produce and craft
as you explore Coal Creek.
Thursday, January 14
Intro to Sci-Fi Role Playing Games - 1.30pm
$10.00 per session - Ages 10+This session
introduces you to the world of Sci Fi pen-
and-paper RPGs. Using the mightiest graphics
processor known – the human imagination,
set forth into the stars on a mighty mission.
Thursday, January 7
Sock Monster Workshop $10.00 per person
1.30pm, Make stuffed toy monsters from
socks - Basic sewing and crafting -
Ages 8+ learn how to create your own little
creature. You will use socks, buttons,
wool, felt, beads and plenty of other
haberdashery to sew a mighty and fearsome
monster of surpassing squishiness.
Saturday, January 16
GeekFest all age groups
10.00am – 4.30pm
Minecraft, Role Playing, Cosplay, Competitions,
Workshops, Steampunk , Traders
Kostume Ball 18 +
7.30pm – 11.00pm
Dress up and dance to some of the
Geekest music by DJ Hemphill
Thursday, January 21
Peg Soldiers- 1.30pm $10.00 per person Basic craft skills. Ages 8+
Make toy soldiers from pegs – perhaps the savage barbarian hordes, perhaps the might of
imperial Rome or 19th century France, the choice is yours!
ROTARY CLUB OF
PROOF TO KERRY
Federation Art Gallery,
Commercial Street, Korumburra
Friday, February 12, 2016,
Saturday, February 13, 10am-8pm
Sunday, February 14, 10am-3pm
Entry forms for artists available at:
Jenny’s Picture This Framed
5 Commercial St, Korumburra 5655 2299
Must be returned by January 29, 2016
C/o Art Show Secretary,
PO Box 35, Korumburra, 3950.
Something for everyone at
Korumburra Swap Meet
Laurie Cooper works on the restoration of his
1974 GT380 Suzuki motorcycle.
Korumburra art show
attracts the best of all
THE Rotary Club of Korumburra
will hold one of its major fundrais-
ing events in February - the club’s
39th Annual Art Show.
The event will once again be held
at the Federation Art Gallery on the
corner of Commercial and King
Streets in Korumburra.
Opening night will be Friday, Feb-
ruary 12, from 7.30pm.
From then, the exhibition will
be open on Saturday, February 13
from 10am to 8pm and then on
Sunday, February 14 from 10am
The Rotary Club of Korumburra
encourages artists to enter paint-
ings, with entry forms available
from Jenny Rowe at ‘Picture This
Framed’ in Commercial Street in
Korumburra, or from the Rotary
Club of Korumburra’s Facebook
page, or by contacting Marilyn Sim
on 5674 2238.
Entries must be received by Jan-
uary 29 to the Art Show Secretary,
PO Box 35, Korumburra, 3950.
The Art Show attracts generous
sponsorship from local businesses
and patrons and this year prizes to
the value of $6650 will be awarded.
The club is pleased to announce
this year’s judge will be Judith
Garde, who has been a previous
winner at the show.
The raffle conducted in conjunc-
tion with the art show features an
excellent painting by Maureen Bent
entitled ‘Mevagissey UK’ valued at
$700 as the prize.
Raffle tickets can be purchased
outside IGA in Korumburra on
Thursdays or Fridays and outside
the Korumburra Newsagency on
Tickets will also be available at
the art show.
On the Friday evening, during the
art show opening, there will be a
special auction of two Lance Sul-
livan watercolour paintings, kindly
donated by Ern Trembath.
Lance was one of South
Gippsland’s most renowned paint-
ers, and these paintings would be
a great addition to anyone’s collec-
Members of the Rotary Club of
Korumburra would like to encour-
age people to attend the opening
night, where for a $20 entry fee,
you can view a wonderful exhibi-
tion of art, the opportunity to par-
take in the auction, whilst enjoying
drinks and finger food.
Patrons can also vote on the ‘Peo -
ple’s Choice’ prize at any time dur-
ing the three- day exhibition.
All funds raised from the event
are used for Rotary projects, both
locally and further abroad.
The 2016 Rotary Club of Korumburra Art Show major raffle prize is
this painting by Maureen Bent entitled ‘Mevagissey UK’ valued at $700
as the prize.
Large crowds are once again expected to flock to the Korumburra Showgrounds on January 10 for the
annual Swap Day.
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