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THE SHEILAS SHACK INC  (Country Paradise Parklands Nerang) update May 2018.

The Sheilas Shack Inc was founded in 2013.   It is a not for profit club where women can meet other women, build friendships and socialise in a wonderful relaxing natural environment. 

The club meets twice weekly at our clubhouse in the Nerang Country Paradise Parklands on Thursdays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. until 12 noon. 

Regular workshops are conducted and include mosaics, arts and crafts, felting, jewellery making to mention just a few.  There is a book club, a class in creative writing, as well as a walking group which operates in the Parklands from 6.30 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. We have a meditation group which meets once a month and shares a vegetarian lunch. The club is also the home of  a very enthusiastic group of card players who participate in their card games with great hilarity at every opportunity; the main theme being just enjoy your club, the companionship and friendship of fellow members.

In the past there has been instruction in car maintenance, scrap-booking, self-defence, basic computer skills, screen printing, the list is almost endless.

The members also try and arrange social outings away from the club for example, local theatre presentations, movies or just dining out. 

Workshop fees are $2 for members and $5 for non-members and includes all materials. 

Membership is $20 per annum and $2 per attendance and this pays for tea/coffee and snacks.  There is a monthly members’ meeting and all are welcome to make suggestions on how we can improve our club.

There is something for every woman at Sheilas Shack and we welcome all women of all ages and from all walks of life.  Come along and check us out.  For further information, please contact via email or phone.

General contact number: 0490 815 790


 Find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/thesheilasshack

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All ages welcome and great to see the younger generation learning some of the older craft skills from their peers! Licensee co-operation thrives at CPP. Late 2015 witnessed the Sheilas Shack, the Mens Shed and the River Keepers combining their resources and talents to produce a number of wild life shelter boxes which will be utilized around the park.

 

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