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Sally 9th Oct 2014
At our High Tea today I brought along a traditional wooden Japanese Toy and explained it. Then the discussion led to our first toys. It became a little controversial when one lady talked about her golliwog. But that's ok too.
Lynne 29th Jan 2014
I brought my collection of antique/vintage Singer Sewing Machines in for one of our Ladies' Groups including an old hand crank machine. I also brought in the contents found in the drawers of my Garndmothers' treadle sewing machine. Little scraps of old lace, buttons, wooden handled screw drivers, elastic and even old hair pins were admired and chatted over. I now try to always have a little mystery something I've found in an Op shop or estate sale for each week for the Ladies to examine and chat about.
Shantell 16th Oct 2013
we call our womens group C.A.M.E.O, which stands for Come Along and Meet Every One, the ladies get together and have a cuppa and chat, its also great for new residents to meet and make friends
Cheryl-ann 24th Sep 2013
Why not just social club, Maria. It is then open to anyone.
Kymberly 24th Sep 2013
We call ours 'chit-chat', and its since became known as 'chit-chat coffee club' because a of course a cuppa is involved
Suzette 24th Sep 2013
We call our group 'Getting to Know You'
Maria 24th Sep 2013
Hi! I'm looking for an alternative title to replace "Ladies/Men's club" for some reason I'm not incline to this sort of description & I would like "Social discussion" ? sounds good? or you have something better . Thank you
Solange 29th Apr 2010
Thank you for your feedback. An op-shop means: an opportunity shop or a Secondhand store or a Pre-loved store. It sells items previously owned by someone else.
Liz 29th Apr 2010
What is an op-shop?
I like the themed talks with items to see and touch as reminders. Thanks.
liz
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