Makers in May - Expressions of Interest
An event, based on the same concept as the Art Affair, is being planned for Saturday 15 May, where makers will be invited to set up a stall to display, sell and demonstrate making their craft to the public onsite at the Boyup Brook Town Hall.
‘Makers in May’ would like to attract a range of crafts and skills from crochet to jewellery making, origami to flower arranging, felting, quilting, sculpturing, sewing and everything in between. The possibilities of potential stallholders are endless.
If you are interested in being involved as a ‘Maker’, or know of someone who may be, please contact the Boyup Brook CRC on 9765 1169 or email email@example.com
The Contact Lenses recycling program by Terracycle has been discontinued. Unfortunately the Recycling Hub will not be collecting these items any longer.
The good news is that Plastic Bottle Lids are back on the item list. Did you know that you can deliver eligible drink container lids to Containers for Change? Click here for all of the latest Recycling Hub Updates.
Survey for Boyup Brook Parents
Follow the link to a quick survey that will help the CRC come up with some more ways to engage with your children in 2021. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RYC3BGC
Is it art, crafts, baking, or games that your child is more interested in? Would you like to see an after school program start up? Let us know by completing the survey!
WATERWISE SHOWERHEAD SWAP
Available until 1st May
Showers make up 22% of total household water use. By simply switching to water efficient showerheads, households can save up to 20,000 litres of water each year. From 1 October 2020 to 1 May 2021, Water Corporation customers will be able to swap up to two old, inefficient showerheads for new water efficient models for free!
Call into the CRC for more information.
Terms and Conditions apply.
May 19 2020: Celebrating Our 25th Birthday!
WAR ON WASTE - Boyup Brook
The Boyup Brook Recycling Hub has received the Avoid Recover Protect - WA Regional Waste Award, upon the announcement of the 2020 Infinity Awards in November. Head to the link to read the full article, and find out all of the information about what programs the recycling hub is collecting for and how much has been diverted from landfill so far!
Photos of our Activities
The CRC's Seniors Exercise Activity and Mental Health (SEAM) program is held weekly on a Tuesday morning.
Anyone over 55 is welcome to join in from 10am-11am at the Town Hall for $5.
Supported by Australia Post Community Grants
CRC MEMBERSHIP - RENEWALS
Members receive discounts on the majority of services offered by the CRC. Renewal notices and 2020-21 membership forms are now available.
Members are also eligible to join the Management Committee.
Lost Boyup Brook
Boyup Brook now has a Facebook page dedicated to preserving local history - 'Lost Boyup Brook'.
The community is encouraged to contribute any photos or articles that remember days gone by in Boyup Brook and surrounding districts. Visit www.facebook.com/lostboyupbrook
More community news is available in The Boyup Gazette. Click here to read the latest edition