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Written by: The Cowra Phoenix

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Steph Cooke MP welcomes Graduate Registered Nurses Tran, Ursula and Durchana alongside Clinical Nurse Educator Donna Tindall and Cowra Health Service Manager Pauline Rowston.

Cowra Library Winter School Holidays

Sticky Wool Art - Friday 7 July 2023 2pm – 3pm, 6 – 10 years.

Join us at Cowra Library as we get crea-tive in the craft studio and make some-thing cool from pieces of string! What will you create?

Wiradjuri Storytime with Larry Brandy

Monday 10 July 2023
2pm – 3pm, Age – open
Join Wiradjuri Storyteller Larry Brandy as he brings stories to life at Cowra Library. Children will have the chance to become hunters, kangaroos and emus as they learn how Aboriginal people hunted and found food in traditional times. Learn the Wiradjuri names for some Australian animals and places, and view special ar-tefacts and animal masks. Larry has been performing in schools, libraries, museums and early childhood services for over 25 years. We are excited to welcome him to Central West Libraries!

Yummy Science

Wednesday 12 July 2023
2pm – 3pm, 6 – 12 years
Popping Popcorn – watch amazing science in action & get to eat your experiment.

Colourful Kaleidoscopes

Friday, 14 July 2023
2pm – 3pm, 6 – 12 years
Have you ever seen a kaleidoscope? The changing, shifting colours can spark your imagination and change the way you look at everyday things in the world. Bookings can be made through https://www.eventbrite.com/cc/cowra-school-holidays-central-west-libraries-2324509

Cowra Evening CWA donates centenary rose to Cowra Rose Garden

The Cowra Evening Branch Country Women’s Association (CWA) have kindly donated a centenary red rose called ‘A Country Woman’ to the Cowra Rose Garden on the Mid-Western Highway near the Cowra Visitors Centre.

Cowra Council Deputy Mayor Judi Smith was delighted with the donation and gave a glowing tribute to the Evening CWA members.

“On behalf of Cowra Council I would like to thank the Cowra Evening CWA for the generous gift to our wonderful rose garden and all their incredible efforts,” said Deputy Mayor Smith.

“The Evening CWA is an active and vibrant group regularly going above and beyond for the community whether it be scone drives at the Royal Easter Show in Sydney or events such as this,” Deputy Mayor Smith said.

“The Cowra Evening Country Women’s Association is one of the strongest community volunteer groups in the shire and also one of the hardest working.”

The rose, ‘A Country Woman’ was propagated by Swane’s nursery and was initially meant to be planted and commemorated last Spring during the floods but was postponed until now so the garden could be in better condition and a commemorative plaque installed.

“I invite all visitors from locals to tourists to come by this Spring when the garden is in bloom and take a look at our garden and new plaque.”

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