The November issue of The Southern Yarn is ready for you to read online. It’s also going in the post this weekend, so those fabulous yellow versions will be on the way to some still relying on Canada Post for their Yarns.
The weather in Manitoba is unseasonably warm this month, with hardly a sign of winter in the air. Time to spend as much time outside as you can, before donning the cold weather gear is required for outdoor excursions.
Representatives of the AHC are definitely coming to Winnipeg in late April 2017. Final dates and details to be decided, but this is the perfect opportunity for anyone wanting to renew their passport, apply for a new passport, or address any notarial issues or questions.
Once dates are finalised, you will be able to make a booking through the AHC’s website.
As part of the AHC’s consular and passport outreach, if there is sufficient interest, they will also host an Alumni networking reception for Australian alumni in the Winnipeg area. Alumni are graduates of an Australian university, vocational or training institution and living in the Winnipeg area. Exchange teachers who have taught at Australian schools or Australian teachers who are currently on exchange, teaching in the Winnipeg area, are also welcome to be part of this event.
If you are an alumni, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can add your name to the contact list and forward you additional information.
Stay tuned for more details.
The October 2016 issue of The Southern Yarn is on its way through the post, and here in glorious colour for you to download.
Enjoy, and we hope to see you at the formal dinner later this month.
All the Yarns, current and past issues, can always be retrieved at the Yarns page.
The June edition of The Southern Yarn is at the print shop, soon to be in the post on glorious yellow paper, and more importantly for you online readers, available for your download.
Inside you have all sorts of good content. Also check out some of the photos from our contest winners.
On behalf of everyone in the Down Under Club, happy birthday to our mate, Gordon Keatch, who is celebrating 92 years young. For he’s a jolly good fellow, and so say all of us! x