What is the capital of Canada? Who was Australia’s first Prime Minister? What was Sir Donald Bradman’s batting average? What was the name of the second Indiana Jones movie, released in 1984?
If you enjoy pitting your knowledge against other like-minded people, make it a date to come along to Quirindi Library from 10.30am to midday on Wednesday 6 November for a fun morning of trivia. Morning tea will be provided.
Pictured – some of the work of the knitting group. Knitting is good for the brain and good for the body. It helps with hand-eye co-ordination to maintain fine motor skills. It also has many potential physical and mental health benefits including lowered blood pressure. Social connections and increased communication can help depression and anxiety and provide an increased sense of well-being.
The Werris Creek knitting group meets regularly each Tuesday between 10.30am and 1pm at Werris Creek library. New members are always welcome whatever your level of knitting skill. Tea and coffee are provided and there is a supply of donated wool for group projects.
“The knitting group has strong community bonds and last year created a fabulous knitted exhibition for the Werris Creek Memorial Swimming Pool 50 Year Reunion. The exhibition featured small and large knitted items including halter-neck dresses for vintage Barbie dolls, beach balls and umbrellas, towels, bikinis, sunhats and beach bags.