Due to A/C problems the drop-ins for Friday 18 Jan (today) and Saturday 19 Jan (tomorrow), have been cancelled. 40 degrees is too hot for just the fans!
The drop-in for the evening of Monday 28 January has also been cancelled.
SECURITY CODE CHANGE
The codes to arm and disarm the security for our room will be changing in mid to late December.
The lovely volunteers who take responsibility for opening and closing the room for our many get togethers will be notified of the new codes either at the Volunteers Supper being planned in the next few weeks or via an email.
BUT please note – only ‘trained’ volunteers will be notified. These are people who have been through a familiarisation session on how to arm/disarm the security, and what responsibility they take on by volunteering to help take care of our room. This is not onerous but such things as who to call and where to go in case of an emergency evacuation are important to know.
If you want to volunteer but haven’t been trained or you need a refresher Helen Rose has scheduled two separate sessions:
- Tuesday 13 November at 7:30pm and
- Thursday 22 November at 5:00pm.
These will each take about 1 hour. Please contact Helen via email or on 0410 170 176 if you want to attend. If these times don’t suit you please contact Helen and another arrangement can be made.
This Saturday, 29 July, is the day members deliver the items entered in the annual members’ exhibition. The delivery venue is the CQ room at the Cook Community Hub, between 9am and 4.30pm.
Please be aware there is some maintenance going on at the site starting this week, but it is not close to our building:
- Thursday 27th pm Install Temporary Fencing – Pollution set up- mark out saw cutting
- Friday 28th am Saw cutting of all concrete / pavers areas / concrete pathways / UST area
- Monday 31st start exploration and removal of oil / vent / boiler room feed lines / UST pump out and removal
- Tuesday 1st finish UST removal
- Wait for test results before remediation works commence
Due to the Tentmakers workshop being conducted in the CQ room the regular drop ins on Wednesday afternoon and Thursday (26 and 27 July) are cancelled.
The Small Japanese Projects group are meeting off site at the National Library at 10am. They are going to view Melodrama in Meiji Japan – woodblock illustrations If you want to join them, meet up in the foyer of the library at 10am.
At the moment the air conditioning in the CQ room is out of order. It has been reported for attention. You will be notified when it is operational again.
The wall mounted power points in the CQ room are now back in service. Please report any further outages to Wendy
At the moment the circuit breaker for the wall power points had been tripped in the CQ room. Until maintenance come in to check it out the overhead points are the only ones that are working. Notices are posted in the room and you will be advised when we are back to normal.
Wanted Alive – the missing six chairs from the Canberra Quilters room. Without their return we don’t have enough to cater for the number of ‘bums for seats’ that some of our meetings attract. If you know the whereabouts of these poor unfortunates please report in or arrange their return. No reward offered, just our grateful thanks.
The rear car park at Cook Community Hub is unavailable tomorrow 24 September from 7am, while line marking occurs. Below is an image showing alternative parking areas.
Canberra Quilters are reminded that the resurfacing of the car park at the Cook Community Hub starts TODAY, Monday 2 June until Thursday 5 June.
The Community Services Directorate have advised the following:
To ensure the long term life and durability of the car park, Community Services Directorate has engaged a company to resurfase the car park with hot asphalt (which is also known as hot-mix). The use of asphalt will provide a far superior surface in the car park, as well as extend the life of the car parking area as a whole.
The resurfacing works will take 3 days to complete, and during this time there will be NO ACCESS to the car park. While the asphalt is being laid, the machinery used is noisy and the materials can smell bad. Also there will be large trucks driving in and out of Ellis street to deliver materials to the site.
The works will commence on Monday 2 June and go through until Thursday 5 June 2014, weather permitting.
Attached is a map outlining the area being resurfaced and alternative parking arrangements.
If you require any further information or assistance please contact Canberra Quilters Secretary: Joanne Barraclough – click to email