Friends of Glenthorne warmly welcome new members and friends to assist with their conservation and re-vegetation projects and other activities to protect Glenthorne farm into the future.
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2014 Enjoyment Days and Working Bees
The proposed enjoyment days for 2014 are as follows, subject to possible change at late notice.
|☑||19 January 2014||(None)|
|☐||16 February 2014||(10am)|
|☐||16 March 2014||(10am)|
|☐||20 April 2014||(10am)|
|☐||18 May 2014||(10am)|
|☐||25 May 2014||About Time Historical Tour|
|☐||15 June 2014||(10am)|
|☐||20 July 2014||(10am)|
|☐||17 August 2014||(10am)|
|☐||August 2014||(University of Adelaide – Open Day at Genthorne)|
|☐||21 September 2014||(10am)|
|☐||19 October 2014||(10am)|
|☐||16 November 2014||(10am)|
|☐||7 December 2014||Christmas Gathering (To be confirmed)|
|☑||21 December 2014||(None)|
Enjoyment days usually start at 10.00am and finish at 1.00pm.
Meet at the Majors Road gates at about 9.45am to complete the paperwork.
Late arrivals please phone 0411 595 910 for gate attendance.
Tea and coffee follow after each working bee.
Working Bee “Enjoyment Day” Functions
To control weeds and assist in the re-vegetation efforts
To support each other as local volunteers
To know the features of the property and identify its vegetation types
Bird identification, seed collection and heritage protection
Or just come along for whatever peaceful reason to simply enjoy the friendship of our wonderful group and one of the most precious places in the southern suburbs. We encourage the curious, walkers, people who like to read books under the shade of trees, those who like to meditate……and as long as the activity is friendly to the farm and safe for those participating, you are welcome.
“Weekend Notes” A recent visitor to Glenthorne on one of our Enjoyment Days took some great photos. To view them, see the “Weekend Notes” article here (This is an excellent website for things to do, and up-coming events), or view the same article but in PDF format.