We had a wonderful meet up for our first coffee meeting of 2019.
Maybe it was the Lunar New Year and the growing of the crescent moon in the Western sky, however, we certainly attracted a beautiful bunch of new folk to our humble little coffee collective. Thanks for an awesome Sunday!
If you missed out, please join us next month: Sunday 10th March 2019, 1-3pm The Church, Ross St Glenbrook NSW
Can you tell I used to be one of those corporate folk? ‘Second quarter review’, some habits die hard I suppose. But here we are, and a little late for writing this. The time period covering April, May & June simply flew by and looking back on what we did, we were busier than what we thought! 8 catch ups in total!
April – 4 events/meetups including Ironfest.
May – 3 events – pub and coffee meets
June – only the one coffee catch up. I guess we got a little into the hibernation energy of Winter.
Since June, we’ve met up 3 times including a catch up at Winterfest in the Hawkesbury.
Well, it’s nearly the end of the first quarter of the calendar year. Where did the time go? The weather is finally shifting toward feeling more Autumnal in the Western suburbs of Sydney. This is excellent! Evenings are cooling down and whilst the days are still bright and sparkling, mornings are fresh and cool.
We’ve been hosting our coffee meet ups for just over 12mths now and have hosted 3 this year already. They’ve been a really beautiful space in which to connect with others in a casual, relaxed environment. I’d suggest they’re our most successful series of events we’ve run over the last 3yrs.
As for pub meet ups, we’ve held two in Springwood in February at The Royal Hotel, and we’re yet to host any in Seven Hills as the bistro was closed for an extended period over the Dec/Jan holidays whilst new owners took over, introducing a new menu. Keep an eye on the FB page for info about pub meets when we set them up.
We are returning to the Autumn and Spring picnic ideas this year with our dates already locked in for March (Richmond/Hawkesbury River NSW) and September (near the Nepean River, Penrith NSW)
Is there anything else you’d like to see us offering? Let us know and come along to get involved 🙂
Happy Lughnasadagh! The Pagan Fringe is a loose collection of pagan and magical folk who live on the edge of Sydney, mostly based in Western Sydney from Blacktown, to the Hawkesbury, out to Penrith and the lower Blue Mountains.
If you’d like to catch up, I’ll be celebrating the harvest by attending the first Glenbrook Fine Food Markets of the year on Sat 6th Feb. Let’s catch up for a coffee from 8:30am if you’re interested in putting a face to these posts 🙂
When & Time: 08:30am Sat 6th Feb
Where: Glenbrook Infants School, Ross St Glenbrook NSW
Who: All welcome – the markets are child and dog friendly.