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We are playing at the Fork and Fingers in Ascot Vale on Friday night the 22nd of September for their Spring Menu Launch Party! We are looking forward to this gig as it appears to be a really good match:
Modern Indian Fusion Music / Modern Indian Fusion Food
The Fork and Finger is located at 230 Union Road, Ascot Vale, 3032
Book a table and read the menu at: www.forkandfingers.com.au
or check out the food reviews of the Fork and Fingers on Facebook: www.facebook.com/forkandfingersbistro
Thursday, 3rd February 1803
At six o’clock the captain, Mr. Grimes, self, and five seamen went in the boat up the Great River; at between two and three miles it divided into two; [The Saltwater and Yarra River] we took the left hand stream at half-past eight o’clock. The land became high, where we landed and went on a hill. The soil a reddish loam from ten to fifteen inches deep. Saw a large lagoon at a distance. Read More.
We are playing at ‘Sunshine Rocks the Rail Too’ on Friday 24th March 2017.
This four hour FREE event is to be held on the forecourt of the Sunshine train and bus interchange on the northern side of Sunshine Railway Station to celebrate Cultural Diversity Week.
Also on the bill are Rasta Unity and other acts from the diverse Brimbank community.
Patrons are encouraged to catch the train and to leave the car at home.
Sunshine’s many food businesses will be open and offering food, cold drinks, ice cream and more.
The ‘Sunshine Rocks the Rail Too’ is a cultural community alcohol free event staged and presented by the Sunshine Business Association, and supported by Brimbank City Council and Metro through the Community Station Project.
Cunningham’s Skink is a large member of the skink family, up to 40cm in length, variable in colour but generally reddish with spots or blotches being common variants. They have knobbly or “keeled” scales, and are found throughout South Eastern Australia along watercourses in rocky outcrops.
Egernia cunninghami are shy creatures that are sometimes seen basking in the sunlight on rocks. They live in the cracks and crevices and use their keeled scales to escape predators by puffing themselves up and wedging themselves into the rocks.
The skinks (adult and young), in this photo captured by our guitarist, were seen by the Kororoit Creek near Albion, Victoria, in one of the remnant vegetation areas.
Their presence emphasises the importance of remnant vegetation areas as habitat for a whole range of plants and animals.
Cunningham’s Skinks are omnivorous and eat a variety of plants, fungi and insects, so one has to assume that the remnant areas abound in these foods.
Clarke Road Stream Side Reserve is a six hectare area of remnant native grassland bisected by Kororoit Creek in Caroline Springs.
Louise Nicholas has written a blog post about her observations of the reserve which is threatened by urban development in the surrounding area.
Legless Lizards live at the Sunshine Station in 2017 dates:
Sunshine Railway Station
Sunshine VIC 3020
Free coffee, donuts and pastries available on some of these dates!