The 2nd Annual Rutland Wellness Fair will be held at the Holiday Inn on Route 7 South in Rutland, on Saturday, November 2, 2002. The free event runs 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., plus free Gentle Yoga at 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. WJJR Mix 98.1 will broadcast live from the Fair.The launch of www.rutlandwellnessfair.com(link is external) means easy access to the 2nd Annual Rutland Wellness Fair. The site includes Wellness Fair information for visitors, applications for wellness providers with professional credentials, and a call for Fair volunteers. Applications for wellness professionals applying for Fair space must be postmarked by August 1, 2002.“Our website makes it easy for Vermonters to find us whether they want to display, volunteer, or just check out the Fair,” notes Sheryl Rapée-Adams, President of the Wellness Alliance of Vermont (WAV), a nonprofit organization which produces the Rutland Wellness Fair and offers integrative healthcare access and information for the Rutland Region. “We’ll get more wellness information to more people than we could with paper-intensive mailings.”The 1st Annual Rutland Wellness Fair on November 3, 2001, drew nearly 1,000 visitors and represented the fields of acupuncture, chiropractic, herbalism, holistic medicine and podiatry, hypnosis, midwifery, natural foods, nutritional supplements, skin and body care, smoking cessation, sports medicine, therapeutic massage and bodywork, yoga, and more.The 2nd Annual Rutland Wellness Fair on November 2, 2002 will fill the entire Holiday Inn Conference Center. The 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. expo offers more than twice the space of last year’s Fair. In the speaker room, interactive presentations will begin hourly, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m, starting and ending with Gentle Yoga.www.rutlandwellnessfair.com(link is external) is the central location for Rutland Wellness Fair information for 2002 and beyond. The website includes a directory of local wellness professionals, highlights from last year’s Fair, previews of the 2002 event, applications for participants and volunteers, links to wellness-related websites, and Fair sponsors and supporters, such as The Rutland Herald, Catamount Radio, and Adelphia Cable.www.rutlandwellnessfair.com(link is external) was created by former Middletown Springs resident Craig R. Smith, founder and Big Kahuna of Smithcraft. Fair organizers were attracted to the tasteful and attractive design of www.smithcraft.org(link is external), where Craig displays samples of his work.”I’m happy to help,” says Smith. “I think the Rutland Wellness Fair is an important venue for Vermonters to learn about different holistic approaches to better and more vibrant health. Besides, one of the organizers is my doctor!”For more information can call Sheryl Rapée-Adams at 802-775-0354.
69 Kingsley Tce, WynnumA garage and workshop takes up most of the lower level but it also has a rumpus room that could double as an office, and a combined laundry and bathroom. Outside, there is an entertaining deck, spa and garden with fruit trees.“It’s a lovely home with a beautiful garden,” Mrs Wray said 69 Kingsley Tce, WynnumMrs Wray said they wanted to be close to the waterfront and they liked the facilities in the area, including the parks and Manly Village.While they are a few streets back from the Esplanade, Mrs Wray said the two-storey home felt like it was closer to the ocean. 69 Kingsley Tce, WynnumAn open kitchen, dining and family room is at the heart of the home, which sits on a 607sq m block.It has four bedrooms, the master of which has an ensuite and walk-in wardrobe. 69 Kingsley Tce, Wynnum“We do have a bit of a view too.”Polished floorboards and VJ walls are among the traditional features that have been maintained through renovations. 69 Kingsley Tce, Wynnum“It’s all open, from the front to the back,” Mrs Wary said.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020She said the bay breezes and natural light flowed through when they opened the French and bi-fold doors at both ends of the house.“The bay breezes are just beautiful,” Mrs Wray said. 69 Kingsley Tce, Wynnum“I love my kitchen and the back deck – we spent a lot of time out there.”She said the backyard was big enough to extend the home in future if the new owners wanted to.“We considered that if we weren’t going to move,” Mrs Wray said. 69 Kingsley Tce, WynnumTHIS contemporary Queenslander in Wynnum embraces the coastal lifestyle.Tess and Steve Wray had been searching for the perfect home in the area when they found the property at 69 Kingsley Terrace 11 years ago.
Available now.But until he retires the home is available for rent, furnished or unfurnished, for anyone looking for a place to live that is a bit different. It is available now through Sotheby’s International Realty for $1250 a week. New from old.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market20 hours ago”All the deckings are old floor joists from old Queenslanders,” he said. The entire construction of the home took about a year, and although he tried to source as much as he could second-hand, not all of it is.“For tin on top of the roof you have to do that new,” he said. The home is the polar opposite of the houses he usually works on as part of his day job, which he described as ultra-modern million dollar homes. A different type of style.“Every house I do is generic, it is what most people would like, this is something that I would like to live in,” he said.Because the property is not large enough to hold all the vehicles and tools he needs for work, he cannot live in it just yet. Modern furnishings straight from the scrap heap.Almost everything in the home has been repurposed from something that was thrown away, from the coffee table that is made from an old metal trunk, the bar stools from old tractor seats and the beds made from old railway sleepers. Rick Keel’s dream house is the opposite of the glitz of modern mansions. (AAP/Image Sarah Marshall)THIS eye-catching home overlooking the water at Manly might look like a million bucks, but most of it was built from everyday items that could have been found on the scrapheap.The two bedroom home at 563 Royal Esplanade was a passion project for tradie Rick Keel to showcase how a beautiful home can be made sustainably.“I grew up quite poor and we used to see a lot of waste from people that had a lot, and that stuck with me,” Mr Keel said.
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