The Entrance Men’s Shed will be holding its Annual General Meeting at The Entrance Men’s Shed, in the grounds of the Entrance Community Centre, 15 Battley Ave, The Entrance on the 9th of July 2021 at 11am.
All financial members of The Shed are welcome to attend. For further information, membership forms and committee nomination forms please contact the shed at the above address or by phone on (02) 4332 1023.
On the 14th of May The Entrance Men’s Shed Committee President Bruce Crouch met the NSW Premier, The Hon. Gladys Berejiklian and the Member for Terrigal, Mr. Adam Crouch MP. Both politicians were visiting the Bateau Bay Men’s Shed.
On the 30th of April 2021 ten shed members enjoyed a trip to the National Maritime Museum on Sydney Harbour. Members had a thoroughly enjoyable day exploring the historic ships and the many other fascinating exhibits at the museum
The organisers of the Rebikes101 organization at Alison Homestead Men’s Shed would like to remind everyone that if you have a bicycle you’d like to donate, it can be reconditioned and enjoy a new life in the community via charities, schools, clubs and other organisations.
Drop-off point is at the entrance to Alison Homestead, opposite the Old Wyong Milk Factory.
Later in 2020 shed members constructed a further three big chairs and all five have now been installed on local beaches and foreshores. All the chairs have been decorated by Central Coast community groups and look terrific in their new homes.
The President of the Towoon Bay SLSC recently approached the Men’s Shed to construct a window artwork showing a Greek Mediterranean scene. Phil was taken with the beauty of the region while visiting and wanted a reminder of that experience here on the Central Coast.
In December 2020 shed members designed and constructed a window with a large format photograph placed behind to complete the illusion.
The Entrance Men’s Shed members recently completed refurbishment of a vintage rocking horse for a local family. The rocking horse was originally owned and used by the family Grandmother, who passed it onto her daughter. After approaching the men’s shed to refurbish the horse her daughter (now a mother herself) has passed it onto her young daughter.
This is a wonderful community family connection that shed members were delighted to support.
As part of the building and installation of a viewing platform at the Long Jetty RSL Sub-branch museum, shed members also installed a series of large photos into the room. The pictures complement and inform the display.