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Enjoy a spectacular piece of country in suburban Melbourne Cruden Farm Open Day fundraiser in support of heart and diabetes research On Sunday 16th March 2014, the magnificent gardens of the late Dame Elisabeth Murdoch s Cruden Farm will be open to the public to raise funds for not-for-profit medical research organisation Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute.
Cruden Farm is one of Australia s finest examples of landscape gardening, designed by influential Australian landscape designer Edna Walling.
The property includes historic buildings, a lake and working farm.
Guests are invited to enjoy entertainment and refreshments, hear first hand advice from gardening experts and learn more about healthy living from Baker IDI s heart and diabetes staff.
From face painting to vintage cars, the line up of activities offers something for people of all ages, including Talks from expert gardening speakers, Phillip Johnson Designer and Leanne Gillies, who are members of the Wes Fleming award- winning Best In Show team at the 2013 Chelsea Garden Show Jaguar Club Victoria vintage car display Live chamber music and bush ballads Children s entertainers Sausage sizzle and refreshments Devonshire tea Premium Victorian wine Fresh produce and homemadejams and relishes Plant stalls Baby farmyard animals Face-painting and other children s activities A raffle and silent auction, with fantastic prizes including a week s accommodation on the Gold Coast Baker IDI Health Hearts van offering free health checks Baker IDI researchers will be on hand to discuss the latest advances in medical research in diabetes and heart disease.
Proceeds will help support BakerIDI s researchers and their mission to improve the quality of health forall Australians.
DATE SUNDAY 16th MAR, 2014 TIME 10am-3pm LOCATION CRUDEN FARM enter from Cranhaven Rd, Langwarrin .
Melway Ref 103 G5 ENTRY COST Adults 25, Children Free Groups of 10 or more - 20 person PARKING Free CruDEn FArM OPEn DAy FunDrAISEr InSuPPOrT OF HEArT AnD DIABETES rESEArCH Enjoy a spectacular piece of country in suburban Melbourne Cruden Farm Open Day fundraiser in support of heart and diabetes research On Sunday 16th March 2014, the magnificent gardens of the late Dame Elisabeth Murdoch s Cruden Farm will be open to the public to raise funds for not-for-profit medical research organisation Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute.
Cruden Farm is one of Australia s finest examples of landscape gardening, designed by influential Australian landscape designer Edna Walling.
The property includes historic buildings, a lake and working farm.
Guests are invited to enjoy entertainment and refreshments, hear first hand advice from gardening experts and learn more about healthy living from Baker IDI s heart and diabetes staff.
From face painting to vintage cars, the line up of activities offers something for people of all ages, including Talks from expert gardening speakers, Phillip Johnson Designer and Leanne Gillies, who are members of the Wes Fleming award- winning Best In Show team at the 2013 Chelsea Garden Show Jaguar Club Victoria vintage car display Live chamber music and bush ballads Children s entertainers Sausage sizzle and refreshments Devonshire tea Premium Victorian wine Fresh produce and homemadejams and relishes Plant stalls Baby farmyard animals Face-painting and other children s activities A raffle and silent auction, with fantastic prizes including a week s accommodation on the Gold Coast Baker IDI Health Hearts van offering free health checks Baker IDI researchers will be on hand to discuss the latest advances in medical research in diabetes and heart disease.
Proceeds will help support BakerIDI s researchers and their mission to improve the quality of health forall Australians.
DATE SUNDAY 16th MAR, 2014 TIME 10am-3pm LOCATION CRUDEN FARM enter from Cranhaven Rd, Langwarrin .
Melway Ref 103 G5 ENTRY COST Adults 25, Children Free Groups of 10 or more - 20 person PARKING Free CruDEn FArM OPEn DAy FunDrAISEr InSuPPOrT OF HEArT AnD DIABETES rESEArCH Peninsula Visitor .
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Summer 2013-2014 POLOCrOSSE On THE PEnInSuLA The Moorooduc Polocrosse Club of netball in terms of the fieldwas founded in 1980 by a group being divided in to 3 sections , theof members whom to begin with toughness of rugby and AFL and practiced in a farm paddock and the ball handling ability of lacrosse.
attending tournaments throughout This unique sport originated incountry Victoria .
Since then the Australia in 1939 and is dubbed as club has developed and today the King of the One Horse Sports.
is based on the corner or Derill Polocrosse is governed by theroad Mornington -TyabbRoad at International Polocrosse CouncilPolocrosse Park .
IPC , is currently played in 18One of the largest polocrosse clubs countries and boasts over 10,000 in Victoria Moorooduc Polocrosse players worldwide.
Anyone who can Club sports in excess of 60 playing ride a horse can play polocrosse at anmembers and has been the host amateur club level, and the sport willfor some of Australia s premier vastly help improve riding skills.
polocrosse events inthe past holding bothinternational and interstate test matches and in May 2014will be holding the prestigious Victorian State Championshipswith teams from across Victoria converging on Polocrosse Park for a weekend of highlyskilled horsemanshipand fast action.
In addition to hostingthese events the club has had several members Polocrosse is an outdoor team sportwho have competed at state, played on horseback by both men national and international level.
and women.
Each rider uses a caneThe club continues to support local stick, made up of a polo-stick shafttournaments throughout Victoria with a squash racquet type head with and holds regular training days for a knotted thread net in which the ballold and new members to attend.
is caught and carried.
Polocrosse training sessions are Players pick up the ball from the held every Sunday at 10.00am and ground, pass the ball, bounce the ball further information on how to get and carry the ball endeavouring to involved can be gained by take it into their scoring area to throw contacting the club secretary atmoorooducpolocrosse hotmail.com a goal.
The game requires the horse to be A strong social scene in the club able to stop and turn extremely fast, makes sure for a good fun time at to accelerate quickly, to have stamina home and away at tournaments.
to push ride-off other horses.
In the lead up to Victoria s Feb to A high priority is given to the safety June season the club holds have of both horses players and this isa go days provide coaching ensured through a well organised at local pony clubs to offer the system of umpiring.
Polocrosse was opportunity for people to join intended to be a game which allowedin on the fun give this great the inexpensive enjoyment of one s Australian made sport a go.
horse, hence the rule of one horse - one player the playing of alternatechukkas.
ABOuT POLOCrOSSE Polocrosse is unique in its The Polocrosse Association of involvement of the whole family.
Australia boasts a membership over Children start playing from as young 4,000 players nationwide spanned as 6 years, and there are many over 135 clubs within the 7 states players who are in their 70 s so it and territories.
Australia is the largest is not uncommon to have children, Polocrosse Country in the world.
parents and grandparents playing, For those of you who haven t heard and to have brothers, sisters, Mums of this amazing game, Polocrosse and Dads all in the one team In this is a fast paced team sport played on way polocrosse becomes a shared horseback.
It combines the speed passion of the whole family.
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