Some of our members at our Christmas in July at The Heritage Estate at North Tamborine.
Some of our members at our Christmas in July at The Heritage Estate at North Tamborine. nicky.norman

Warm open fire greets Forest Lake Fifty Plus Club members

ANY celebration is joyful, however to celebrate Christmas in July is wonderful as you have all the joyfulness without the commercial hype.

And so it was that on Wednesday July 1, 101 members and friends of The Forest Lake Fifty Plus Club headed off full of joyfulness on board their coaches for the Heritage Estate at North Tamborine.

Celebrations started early with a morning tea at Tamborine Village, a hot cuppa, scones, jam and cream all served with love and affection and appreciated by all.

Next was a visit to Gallery Walk on Mount Tamborine for a little window-shopping.

Following this quick stop, it was time to make our way to The Heritage Estate.

On arrival we found a warm open fire, fabulous Christmas decorations and welcoming staff ready to serve our traditional three-course Christmas lunch.

As a bonus, we were treated to wonderful views overlooking the Gold Coast.

The atmosphere of the venue was great and complemented by a delicious meal, served with superb local wines.

As with Christmas, everyone received a present.

Forest Lake Fifty Plus Club meets on the third Friday of the month at the Lions Richlands Club, Pine Road, Richlands, 10.30am sign in for an 11am start.

New members welcome.

For more information on the club and its activities, please contact Les (activities officer) on 3279 9449 or mobile 0466 377 618, or email: fl50plusc@gmail.com


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