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New This Month

December Meeting Saturday 1st December, 2018

Our last meeting of the year is a little laid back – come and help us celebrate the past year and enjoy some good food and company. Remember to bring change along with you as well as the items you plan to donate for the auction. These items can include any bonsai related items you no longer need, but think someone else would like. For example, green stock with no ants or water coming out and for Michael, some wine. The money raised will help fund future club activities and a portion of the money raised will be donated to our farmers who are struggling through the drought.
Just a reminder that the Trade Table will not be open at the December meeting and the Library will only be open to accept the return of books etc. 

Please remember to bring along a tree, a CHRISTMAS or any tree for display this month. You may need some feedback or assistance with developing it into a bonsai. Any tree is welcome. Members are encouraged to share their accumulated knowledge with the newer members. There’s also the chance to win an additional lucky door prize for any member who brings in a tree for display.

Averil Working on a Black Pine

As December is the ideal time to do some work on black pines Averil will make a short presentation on the club tree at 1.30pm with bidding continuing after that until 2.15pm. See you there!

James Millar a Great Demo and Presentation on Bonsai Mame and Minitures, 

James Millar a Bonsai Artist originally from South Africa but now resident of the Sunshine Coast will share his knowledge of Mame and Miniature Bonsai.

James has had his work selected for the AABC National Bonsai Convention and his trees on show at the National Arboretum in Canberra. A true master of the art.

Great opportunity to learn and grow.

Bimer Bonsai Venue for December Meeting

Our new venue is the Wavell Heights Community Hall located at:

Wavell Heights Community Hall, Edinburgh Castle Road, Wavell Heights, Brisbane Queensland

The safer entry is from Cressey Street (off Edinburgh Castle Road) which is not on the crest of the hill
(see map below)