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Tasty Ingredientertainment for Good Cause

C3 Church at Thirroul are returning with their popular annual cooking event, on Wednesday 17th September at 7pm, this year including fresh produce markets.

"We have run a cooking show for the last five years involving a cooking demonstration from a local chef and caterer and tastings for those that come." said event coordinator Gail Muir.

"It is a great social night enjoyed by all as the food is amazing but also benefits some worthwhile community project."

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Burgh Soccer Kids set Summer Goal

Why should "the world game" be confined to just the Winter months? A couple of Helensburgh Soccer parents asked the same question and have set about to gather interest for a Summer competition for the kids.

After years of being involved in the local football community as parent, coach, manager and active amateur players, Jeanne Parker and Simon Fuhrer felt the time was ripe for a Junior Summer Soccer Competition in Helensburgh.

“We are hoping to attract teams from the Northern Illawarra up to Heathcote and Engadine. While it is a competition the emphasis will be on having fun and playing fair,” says Simon.

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Tattoo for Cancer

When you think ink in the Northern Illawarra, only one place comes to mind, and that is Soul Expression - a creative studio built by leading skin artist, Wayne Cartwright.

The studio was located on the southern side of Thirroul for many years, and has more recently relocated to Anita's Theatre opposite Beaches Hotel.

Although synonymous with pain, the studio also delivers much pleasure, especially with a new concept that will be launched on Sunday 31st August called 'Tattoo for Cancer'.

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Spring into Good Health

We learn from a young age that healthy eating and exercise is important, Happy Healthy Harold taught us that. But all too often we find ourselves making excuses for not going to the gym, giving in to the double choc muffin or choosing a sleep-in instead of an early morning walk (especially in winter!). Hey, I’m guilty of it myself!

Troubled with the dilemma of wanting a beach body yesterday but unable to find the motivation to train during the colder months, I sat down with Ryan from Live Alive Fitness to get some fitspiration.

His passion and enthusiasm for fitness and exercise struck me straight away.

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Hard Wok pays off for Raya Thai

Entrepreneurs extraordinaire, Dedi and Irwan Ho have been enchanting us with their delicious cuisine for over 13 years at Raya Thai Restaurant in Helensburgh.

We had the opportunity to speak with their daughter, Chelsea Ho about her family and Helensburgh, Raya Thai and their new venture.

Chelsea speaks about her family’s ongoing love for Helensburgh. Chelsea and her family have come to know Helensburgh like their second home. She says, “We love that Helensburgh is such a beautiful town, filled with amazing and friendly people. Everyone knows one another and a real sense of community is felt all around (us)."

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Seriously Special Theatre comes full C!RCA

“S” is a production created by Australia’s most acclaimed contemporary circus company, C!RCA. The production “S”, inspired by the letter S, blurs the lines between dance, theatre and circus. It’s a full-throttle ride to the limits of the human body and simultaneously seductive, sophisticated, sinuous, savage and spectacular.

After travelling the globe and receiving rave reviews, C!RCA is being celebrated in Wollongong with a Mini Festival of C!RCA presented by Merrigong Theatre Company at the Illawarra Performing Arts Centre (IPAC) in late July/early August. The festival features 3 works from the C!RCA repertoire; Wunderkammer and 61 Acts in 60 Minutes along side “S”.

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Sexy Sirens reveal Twin Peaks of Burlesque

A night of infectious energy, burlesque dancing, humour and audience participation is coming to the Vault in Port Kembla.

Two separate shows will be featured this Saturday night at the Vault. Kicking off with Burlesque Idol, a Burlesque competition showcasing Australia’s rising burlesque stars with a comedian host and international judging panel, followed by Noir Revue, taking the evening into a more intimate space with a murder mystery cabaret featuring a live jazz and blues band.

Started up by Lola LaBelle in London five years ago, Burlesque Idol has been building momentum worldwide, opening to sold-out crowds in New York this year. The touring show works to support emerging local talent from all sorts of burlesque backgrounds.

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Maker's Market makes a mark in Thirroul

Next Sunday, July 20th, the iconic Anita’s Theatre in Thirroul will come alive with a very different kind of market.

The Wild Rumpus Makers’ Market offer a fusion of food, drinks, hand made goods and DIY craft classes. The Maker’s Markets will feature over 40 unique stalls of independent boutique designers, artists, makers and foodies, all local to the Illawarra.

“We are so excited to be able to run an event that really does support local emerging and established creatives in a fun, low-risk way,” explains Caitlin Marshall, Co-founder of Wild Rumpus.

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Charli has the Perfect Pitch for Singing Career

Charli Simons is a name to remember - this 19 year old songbird from Helensburgh has been paying her dues by assisting with local community events in the Northern Illawarra and is now seeking to climb her way to top with your vote - you can help Charli to become;

Unsigned Female Artist of the Month

"I have been singing ever since I can remember." says Charli. "I started in a children’s choir when I was 5. I sang in choirs right throughout primary school and high school and I have had vocal lessons in Jazz and classical since the age of 7 years."

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