At the Heart
Young at Heart continues in the foyer gallery of The Heart with a special Musical Monday on 18th January. Local group Red Dress, four singers and a fiddler, have been performing for their own and other’s pleasure for over 15 years.
The children’s singing workshops continue at the Heart with the next one scheduled for Tuesday 19th January, 9.30am -10.30am. Each concert is suitable for children aged between 8 and 18. Andrea Frances Manners has been teaching singing for 12 years and her workshops cover the foundations of healthy singing practices.
Drawing from Nature with Hive Artist Caro Bannister, Thursday 14th January, 10am – 12pm. In this two-hour workshop for 8 to 14 years olds participants will explore line qualities; thickness and pressure, as well as various mark-making techniques, shade and texture using a range of drawing materials.
At the Heart on Thursday 21st January at 1.00pm, a screening for children, another Croods adventure. The Croods: A New Age. The family encounter their biggest threat since leaving their cave. Tickets @ $9 and children under 8 years old must be accompanied by an adult aged 18b or older.
Two drama workshops, facilitated by Grace Lowry at the Heart, Wednesday January 20th and 27th, 10am – 12pm. The workshops entitled Act Human have been created especially to celebrate collaboration, creative expression and courage.
Details on the functions described above can be found at The Heart’s website.
50 years of Cullens
Cullen wines are celebrating 50 years of winemaking this year with some special sundowners in January.
This Friday and Saturday come along to Cullens to taste Cullens history of wine from the museum and be entertained by live local music, it’s free entry with food and wine available for purchase 7:00pm. Tickets are also available for their big event on the 23rd. You can buy them through the Cullen Wines website.
Growing Strong Together
‘Growing Strong Together’ through story, art and music will be held at the Margaret River Uniting Church on Saturday 16th January. Guest Speaker Akram Azimi who was the Young Australian of the Year in 2013 will share some of his story, with music by the local south west singing group Red Dress, as well as local artists, Silvia Busetto, Lee-Anne Townrow, Maureen Munro and Elaine Clocherty. Refreshments, wine and nibbles included in the $20 ticket price.
Have Your Say in Augusta
The Augusta Community Resource Centre will hold a Community Brainstorming of ideas and suggestions to include in a brief to the AMR Shire. If you would like to attend this ‘think tank’, to be held on Thursday 21st January, 4.00pm – 6.00pm, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or ph: 9758 0002.
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