EXPAND your world and change your mind is the theme of the 2013 Storm in a Teacup Women's Field Day, being hosted by Rylington Park and sponsored by the Boyup Brook Co-op on Friday, March 15.
Queen of common sense Maggie Dent returns for her second visit to Rylington Park. In 2012 Maggie captured her audience with her Black Duck Wisdom, a serious topic that she entertainingly portrayed.
Other guest speakers this year will be Heath Black, a retired footballer who suffers bipolar disorder, Amy Coombe, an anorexia survivor, and finalist in Rostrum speaking awards in 2010, and Haley Tuck, a regional cancer support co-ordinator from the Cancer Council in Bunbury.
Women attending the field day can wander through an array of stalls taking in the colour, smell, knowledge, sights and talents of each before listening to the guest speakers.
Local artist Jacquie Broockmann is again painting one of her amazing pictures as the logo for the day. The gate opens at 9.30am. Bookings can be made by phoning Erlanda Deas on 9765 3012, or 0429 375 609, or email email@example.com.
"It's not too late to book a stall, enquiries are welcome. Please contact me," Ms Deas said.
Storm in a Tea Cup is in the shearing shed at Rylington Park, a Boyup Brook Shire-owned farm and training institution.
It is 28km from Boyup Brook and 14km from Mayanup, on the Cranbrook Road. Not to be left out an evening for Men's Matters is being organised by the Boyup Brook Community Resource Centre.
On the evening of Friday, March 15, Boyup Brook's men will have the opportunity to listen to amazing guest speakers about men's matters.
After attending the Women's Day at Rylington Park, Maggie Dent and Heath Black will present their experiences and stories targeted specifically to men at the Boyup Brook Club.
For more details please contact the Boyup Brook Community Resource Centre on 9765 1169, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.