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* Ricochet - a Beyond Blue Fundraiser Read more
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* Notes from our Local Councils; STORM: New Tree Policy ... extended green waste drop off ... Council libraries are taking the stress out of exams ... Read More
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* Upcoming Events and Programs at The Hub ...Sea Fm Discovered 2015 From June
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* Gosford Caravan Camping & Outdoor Living Show 28th - 30th August 2015
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* Our Lady of the Rosary Primary School Fete Sunday 13th September
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* Breakers Wedding Expo Sunday 13th September
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* Rudolf Steiner annual Spring Fair and Open Day 13th September
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* Pearl Beach Food and Wine Fare 2015 Saturday 26th September
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* Troubadour Folk Club Presents the Wheeze & Suck Band Saturday 26th September
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* Call for entries to Gosford Art Prize 2015 and launch of the inaugural Gosford Ceramics Prize 26th Sept - 29th Nov
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* Thirsty Merc at the Hali 9th October 2015
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Whats On Central Coast Support Original Music image Whats On Central Coast Logo Button imagenobody takes me seriously :
Are you a muso serious about your career?

How serious are you?

There is a lot of dissent in the ranks regarding the 'lack of work' and I hear it often, yet I re-list so many names regularly in the gig guides... I have found over all these years there are a few pitfalls that some tend to fall into.

Read the full blog on the Whats On Blog Page >>>

Fairhaven Services imageWhats On Logo button image POINT CLARE OP SHOP:
Customers entering Fairhaven’s Point Clare Op Shop at 209 Brisbane Water Drive, Point Clare constantly remark ‘I can’t believe the amount of goods you stock and how cheap everything is!’ It is therefore not surprising that the op shop has gained the reputation of being one of the best Op shops on the Central Coast and has expanded to meet demand.

Our motto is to offer customers ‘the cheapest prices’ and we aim to continually surprise customers with our low prices. As an example 99.9% of our clothes, shoes and handbags are $2 each and all kid’s clothing only $1 each. We have all our books for sale at 50c for the month of January (they are usually only $1 each).

We offer 5 buildings full to the brim – toys/games, clothing/accessories, jewelry, homewares, linen, new giftware, books & dvd/cds, new craft and makings for craft, furniture, decorator and collectable items, electrical, luggage, tools/hardware – something for everyone in the family. In addition we offer customers the opportunity to browse through Gallery 209 which displays the works of local artists as well as upcycled items proudly made by some of Fairhaven’s clients with disabilities.

All funds raised go directly to supporting Fairhaven’s supported employment, residential and day option programs for local people with disabilities.

The Op shop is open Monday to Friday 10am – 3pm and Saturdays 10am - 2pm and is located at 209 Brisbane Water Drive, Point Clare.

For more details please contact 43233566 or 0407757866

People who are in business or starting up a new business on the Central Coast are welcome to join Coasties Business Networking.

This is a great opportunity for everyone to get up and talk about their business and share their cards on the day.

The meetings are held on a monthly basis with a new permanent venue to be set next year.

There will be a $10 charge on the day providing tea, coffee & nibbles.

Please contact Vivienne to RSVP on 0434 375 128
or email viviennefharris@gmail.com for more information.

Laycock Street Dance imageWhats On Logo button image LAYCOCK STREET DANCE NEW VENUE:
Laycock St Dance Expands to Empire Bay

Central Coast Performing Arts School Laycock St Dance is expanding its faculty and classes to Empire Bay Progress Hall for Term 2.

Laycock St Dance is thrilled to expand after only being established for a little over a year, after a thriving 2014, they opened up a West Gosford facility his year housing five studios, increasing its genres and teaching faculty.

Laycock St Dance offer classes in Highland, Hip Hop, Lyrical, Jazz, Tap, Musical Theatre, RAD Ballet, POP 101, Glee, Cheer, Acro, Performance and Drama.
They offer classes for students of all ages, males and females, from pre-schoolers to adults.

They have a limited class number policy, with an appropriatecostume policy with age appropriate music and choreography, with a number of performance opportunities and an Annual Concert.

For more information please check out their website or visit the Facebook page

For further information call studio Director Douglas McFarland on 0437677166

The Hub logo imageWhats On Logo button image THE HUB:

SeaFM DISCOVERED are taking submissions for the 2015 series.

SeaFM DISCOVERED Background:
The DISCOVERED singer/songwriter programme which started in 2011 runs a monthly series of competitive events over a 9 month period (annually) at the Hub Erina, Youth Entertainment Venue.

Last year’s Grand Final was held on the 12th December hosted by young person SeaFM radio host Nic Kelly, with a guest performance from Kelly Griffith (2012 DISCOVERY). The night was well attended by over 200 community members and Council representatives who enjoyed performances of the 12 finalists, including 4 x young people aged 10 and 11 from the Kids DISCOVERED heat.

* Lily Lewis received the 2014 DISCOVERY ( $4,000 in Macron Music Money),
* Catherine Frohlich was awarded 2nd place ( $1,500 in Macron Music Money),
* Jordan Fleming was awarded 3rd place ( $750 in Macron Music Money),
* Danikka Vassallo was awarded as the KIDS DISCOVERY ( $500 in Macron Music Money),
* Ashley Burke received an Encouragement Award ( $200 in Macron Music Money),
* Olivia Andrews received the Gina Jeffreys Singing and Performance Scholarship.

The DISCOVERED programme is multi faceted, and concurrently facilitates The Let Me Entertain programme, that was developed in conjunction with the DISCOVERED series of events. This programme was implemented as a result of interest from Terrigal high school to provide an opportunity for their senior Entertainment Students.

2015 Sponsors include Gosford City Council, Youth Services, The Hub Erina, Macron Music Erina, SeaFm, Gina Jeffreys and the Music Cellar Studios Supported by Musicians Making A Difference (MMAD).

This year's local qualifying heats take place monthly from June.

7 x exclusive SeaFm DISCOVERED events in 2015.
4 x great evenings of undiscovered talent
(Jun 5, July 3, Aug 7, Sept 4).
2 x enjoyable evenings across the singer/songwriters and vocalists
(Oct 2, Nov 6) .
1 x amazing evening of awe inspiring artistry
(Dec 4).

SeaFm KIDS DISCOVERED (7-12yrs) heat results.
Congratulations to the 3 young contestants that made it through last Friday evening heat, continuing on to the semi finals in Oct and Nov.
Judges choice: Daniela Vassallo, Jamie Croft, Lily Roome.
Opportunities for wild cards and people choice places continue after the last heat in September.

Next heat August 7 is full with the stage to be set with 14 young people (12-24yrs).

What are you waiting for?
Join the audience - Tickets at the door
Join the series - Registrations online at The Hub Website
Register, Bump in, Sing...

* Gosford City Council, Youth Services,
* Macron Music Erina,
* Digital Wagon,
* Reservoir Records,
* Music Cellar Studios,
* Musicians Making a Difference, and
* Gina Jeffreys.

Register: http://www.thehuberina.com
Enquires : e: Jennifer.dias@gosford.nsw.gov.au
ph: 4304 7071

Battle of the Bands are taking submissions for the 2015 series.

Last year's Battle of the Bands Grand Final saw five local bands battle it out for thousands of dollars worth of cash & prizes. Open to all school students of any skill level. The winners of the heats go forward to the Semi Finals as they battle there way for a place at the Grand Final in November 2015. Proudly supported by your local government and local businesses Finalists receiving music vouchers sponsored by Macron Music Erina and Gosford Council Youth Services.

This year's local qualifying heats take place monthly from June.

2015 Sponsors include Gosford City Council, Youth Services, The Hub Erina, Macron Music Erina, The Grove Studios Supported by Musicians Making A Difference (MMAD).

The Hub Erina are welcoming sponsorships from the music industry and media and are open to discuss differing levels of sponsorship.

Band Registrations: www.thehuberina.com

Sponsorship Enquires:
e: Jennifer.dias@gosford.nsw.gov.au
Ph: 4304 7071

Term 3 Enrolments open for the Hub Erina's Mixed Martial Arts Programme, Rising Stars.
Classes held Thursdays
4:30 pm
The Hub Erina Youth Entertainment Venue
(Located on Nth Sth Rd, Erina Fair, between the Erina Centre and Central Coast Dance School Enrol online at www.thehuberina.com

Term 3 Enrolments open for The Hub Erina's Dj classes, DJ Beats.
Classes held Thursdays
4:00 pm
The Hub Erina Youth Entertainment Venue
(Located on Nth Sth Rd, Erina Fair, between the Erina Centre and Central Coast Dance School Enrol online at www.thehuberina.com

Term 3 auditions open for Gina Jeffreys singing and performance workshops.
Workshops and guitar classes run Monday's and Wednesday's at the Hub Erina.
For more details head to www.thehuberina.com

Fitness classes with Emily
Wednesday nights
The Hub Erina Youth Entertainment Venue
(Located on Nth Sth Rd, Erina Fair, between the Erina Centre and Central Coast Dance School For more details head to www.thehuberina.com

The NEW Jazzercise
New Classes include Dance Mix. Strike. Fusion. Strength. Core Mondays and Fridays 9:30am Child Minding Available (Located on Nth Sth Rd, Erina Fair, between the Erina Centre and Central Coast Dance School For more details head to www.thehuberina.com

Gosford Caravan Camping and Outdoor living Show logo imageWhats On Logo button image CARAVAN CAMPING & OUTDOOR 2015:
On Track To Be A Winner With Outdoor Leisure And Pleasure Seekers

The Gosford Caravan Camping & Outdoor Living Show rolls into the Gosford Race Club from Friday 28 August through to Sunday 30 August 2015

A Central Coast extravaganza designed specifically for leisure and outdoor pleasure seekers, the 2015 show is being held at the Coast's premier event venue ensuring visitors a day to remember.

Showcasing the very latest in caravans, campers and camping paraphernalia, the show also shines a spotlight on outdoor leisure pleasures. Fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking and tourism destinations are high on the agenda.

Branded as a one stop outdoor living shop, the show is family friendly with free rides for the kids, entertainment, balloons and a feast of food to satisfy the most voracious appetites.

A major highlight will be the Yamaha Super Tank. The largest mobile fishing show in the Southern Hemisphere, at 15m long and 3m wide, it provides a fish-eye view of life under the water. The tank is filled with live barramundi, so novices through to the experienced angler can learn how to increase their strike rates. Casting demonstrations, the latest lures, boat safety, knife sharpening and fishing destinations are all part of the Super Tank rolling fishing shows.

The Gosford Caravan Camping & Outdoor Living Show, Gosford Race Club, Racecourse Road, Gosford West, Friday August 28 - Sunday August 30.

Gates open at 10am, adults $15, concession $12, kids under 17 free.
Tickets at the gate.
Car parking complimentary.

For more information: Liz Sullivan at BossMan
Email: lizsullivanpr@hotmail.com.au
WEBSITE of Facebook Page

Good TImes Festival imageWhats On Logo button image GOOD TIMES FESTIVAL 2015:
Celebrate the awakening of spring

Celebrate the awakening of spring with music, art and friends at the inaugural Good Times Festival @ Mangrove Mountain Hall on Saturday the 5th of September.

Headlining the event will be the Central Coast's favorite alternative blues & roots duo, Grizzlee Train, in one of their first shows back in Australia after their tour of the U.S. with Kasey Chambers. Grizzlee Train have taken the music world by storm since forming early last year, with their energetic shows winning them new fans all over the country. The duo also joined the likes of previous winners, Kim Churchill and Eddie Boyd & the phatapillars in winning the Byron Bay Bluesfest busking competition this year.

Also on the lineup will be Newcastle's Jack Dawson and rising star, Woodie McClean. Jack Dawson, who has been performing since he was just 13 years old, became an international YouTube sensation after a fan uploaded a video of him busking with his unique guitar skills, which has since had 300,000 views worldwide. Jack has recently performed at Sydney's Vivid festival. Woodie McClean has won praise from critics and music lovers alike, with many comparing his vocal style to the great James Taylor.

Along with the great music, Good Times festival will be the perfect place to explore your creativity in the art space, with canvases, paints, brushes etc supplied so you can create your own masterpiece with your friends to either take home or donate your finished art work to the charity auction (all proceeds donated to the upkeep and restoration of our local heritage listed buildings, Mangrove Mountain Hall (circa 1927) and Fairview Homestead (circa 1923).

Enjoy the great food and refreshments on offer and welcome in the season with friends, art and great music at Good Times festival at Mangrove Mountain Heritage Hall, Saturday the 5th of September.

Doors open 6pm. Tickets are limited and cost $15 + bf (All ages) and are now on sale via www.trybooking.com/144913

Keep up to date with this Festival from the Ball In The Hall page on Facebook.

Rudolf Steiner Spring Fair imageWhats On Logo button image RUDOLF STEINER SPRING FAIR 2015:
We are gearing up for our annual Spring Fair and Open Day

Our Fair has a reputation as a unique and affordable family day out with wholesome activities such as candle-making, crystal mining and boat building.

Soak up the atmosphere of a country village funfair with stallholders dressed in period costume, traditional craftspeople displaying their skills and roving entertainers.

Kids have a ball in Side Show Alley with traditional games like Splat the Rat, Sponge Toss, Coconut Shy and Pillow Fight. Try your luck on the Tombola Wheel – every ticket wins a prize!

A magical space for the littlest ones – the Rainbow Garden offers the chance to make a fairy garden, enjoy a puppet show, have some fishing fun and try bread making.

With the children happy all day, parents have plenty of time to browse our market stalls full of Steiner-inspired toys and gifts – a perfect opportunity for some early Christmas shopping. Beautiful books at Rudolf Steiner Bookshop and bargains galore in the White Elephant Stall too.

Enjoy some delicious home-cooking in the Big Top Café or a light and healthy snack in The Rainbow Café. Relax with a coffee in the Courtyard Coffee Shop or really chill out in the Chai Tent.
Everywhere you’ll enjoy the friendly, Spring-time atmosphere and with free entertainment, in our peaceful bushland setting, you’ll want to stay the whole day

The Spring Fair Open Day is a great opportunity to view primary and high school student’s work, talk to teachers and find out more about the Steiner education curriculum

How to Get Here:
We’re located on the corner of Catamaran Rd & Enterprise Dr, Fountaindale, 2259 only 45 minutes from Wahroonga or Newcastle on the F3 freeway.
Google map: http://goo.gl/maps/XDk7T

Spring Fair
Sunday, 13th September 2015
45 Catamaran Road, Fountaindale

Our Lady of the Rosary Spring Fete 2015 poster imageWhats On Logo button image OLR ANNUAL SPRING FETE 2015:
Come along and join the fun...

Stalls Include: cakes, sweets, craft, white elephant, books, toys and plants; plus

Dance Power - Live Music - School Choir - Wildlife Show

Chocolate Wheel - Fishing Game - Tombola - Lucky Dips - Fabulous Prizes - Raffles & lots more

Pre-order a 'ride wrist band' for $30 & enjoy unlimited
rides between 10am-2pm.
Purchase on the day - $35.
Conditions Apply - Height Restrictions

Steak & Sausage Sandwiches - Egg & Bacon Rolls

Hot Dogs - Corn on the cob - Coffee Van - Dutch Pancakes

Devonshire Tea, Drinks, Pies & Sausage Rolls, Nacho's. Snacks & more.

Event: Our Lady of the Rosary Primary School Fete
Venue: Corner of the Entrance Road and Shelly Beach Road, Shelly Beach
Date: Sunday 13th September 2015
High lights: rides, face painting, games, lucky dips, chocolate wheel, BBQ, reptile show and more

Breakers Wedding Expo imageWhats On Logo button image BREAKERS WEDDING EXPO 2015:
Have you recently been engaged?

Well avoid all of the hard work and shopping around to find that perfect supplier and come along to Breakers Wedding Expo!

With an array of wedding suppliers on display, come and speak with the experts who will make planning your day easy and enjoyable!

Sunday 13th September
FREE in the Auditorium!

Wheeze and Suck Band imageWhats On Logo button image TROUBADOUR PRESENTS ... :
the ever popular Wheeze & Suck Band

Wheeze and Suck Band
The Wheeze and Suck Band are regulars at folk clubs and festivals and is an experience not to forget.

Colourful costumes, heaps of audience participation and the occasional foray into the audience mid-song.

This band lives by its belief that its music is built around a shared experience with its audience and this attitude stretches to inviting the audience to join in on their instruments.

Troubadour Folk Club
CWA Hall (Opposite Fisherman’s Wharf) Woy Woy
Saturday 26th September - 7:00pm
12/$10 includes light supper

Pearl Beach Food and Wine Fare imageWhats On Logo button image FOOD & WINE FARE 2015:

If you love gourmet food and boutique wines why not head off to the annual Pearl Beach Food and Wine Fare. Situated on the Central Coast nestling between Brisbane Water National Park and Broken Bay Pearl Beach is an ideal destination to visit, and stay awhile.

The event hosted by the Pearl Beach Progress Association is now in its eight year and as a community fundraising activity attracts large crowds who enjoy tasting and purchasing from a select range of boutique wines and gourmet foods.

Lynne Lillico from the Progress Association says “we will be showcasing four Hunter based boutique wineries
and an eclectic selection of food producers, so this year promises to be the best ever, come along and have some fun tasting and purchasing”. ...

Wollombi Wines, Catherine Vale Wines” “Adina Wines” and “Mt Broke Wines” will be offering a variety of wi nes to sample and purchase.

Favourite gourmet food producers will offer a range of fresh gourmet products including Little Creek Cheeses with a variety to crave for; Crooked Creek’s savoury and sweet biscuits and their homemade Christmas puddings; Hunter Providore Olives with a variety of olives and processed products.

What better than bees as pure as nature, Wollombi Honey to temp the taste buds; 'Vegetali Secialised Foods' natural dips, spreads and sauces; plus Margin's Mushrooms a local identity, and Catering by the Two Turkeys for home or party. Always a favourite experience an exotic range of Laguna Lavender products to appeal to the senses, and new this year we introduce Eva's Patisserie with mouthwatering edible elegance.

Two Gourmet Hampers filled with food and wine generously donated by our exhibitors will be raffled with proceeds toward the Memorial Hall maintenance.

10am – 5pm: Saturday 26th September 2015
Pearl Beach Memorial Hall, 9 Diamond Road, Pearl Beach

Thirsty Merc imageWhats On Logo button image THIRSTY MERC AT THE HALI:
It’s been 12 years since Thirsty Merc burst onto the Australian music landscape delivering a swag of classic, radio staples like 20 Good Reasons, Someday Someday, Mousetrap Heart and In The Summertime along the way.

Fast forward to 2015 and Thirsty Merc are still excited to be making music, but all things must change and after selling over 200,000 records with Warner Music, this time around the band are tackling the recording and release of their fourth studio album, and first new material in five years, independently, and very differently.

Following songwriting sessions in Sydney, Melbourne, and Los Angeles, the band were ready to get back into the studio and to help realise their vision they utilised crowdfunding platform PledgeMusic, to help get the record recorded and mixed and the response has been overwhelming. In fact, the band reached its goal within 48 hours of the campaign.

With the recording now complete, with production by long time collaborator, Lindsay Gravina (The Living End, Kate Miller Heidke, Roland S Howard), Thirsty Merc have booked Grammy nominated Emily Lazar (Foo Fighters, David Bowie, Sia and The Killers) to master the record in New York ahead of its Australian release on 14 August.

Ahead of the first single from the album, The Good Life, going to radio on 31 July, Thirsty Merc have announced a new national tour which takes in all mainland states and territories.

WHEN: 9th October 2015 8pm
WHERE: Halekulani Bowling Club
COST: $30 + BF

Tai Chi session imageWhats On Logo button image TAI CHI IN THE PARK 2015:
Free Tai Chi Park Lessons

Come and join us in the park and experience the wonderful art called Tai Chi, if you've never tried Tai Chi this is the ideal opportunity to experience this wonderful ancient art form, Tai Chi is a set of low impact exercises which are gentle on the body and is suitable for people of all ages.

With regular practise Tai Chi can help many health conditions such as Arthritis, Asthma, Blood Pressure, Obesity, Improve Bone Density, Circulatory System, Improve Balance and many more conditions. No need to book just come along and try it out

Sunday 16th August 2015 10.00am
Phyllis Bennett Park. Webb Street , East Gosford - Opposite the Japanese Gardens
Sunday 1st November 2015 10.00am
Phyllis Bennett Park. Webb Street , East Gosford - Opposite the Japanese Gardens.

Lennon through a Glass Onion mageWhats On Logo button image LENNON THROUGH A GLASS ONION:
Lennon’s spirit shines through…… New York Post

Lennon: Through a Glass Onion is back in Australia following a their sensational 16 week season in New York.

The internationally acclaimed theatrical event celebrating the genius, music and phenomenon of John Lennon which we know and loved as LOOKING THROUGH A GLASS ONION was re-produced and rebranded for its Off-Broadway debut at the Union Square Theatre.

Created and performed by renowned Australian actor/musician John Waters and esteemed singer/pianist Stewart D’Arrietta, Lennon: Through a Glass Onion, part concert and part biography, reveals the essence of the life and astonishing talent of one of the most admired icons of the past century with a story and 31 songs including “Imagine,” “Strawberry Fields Forever,” “Revolution,” “Lucy In the Sky with Diamonds,” “All You Need is Love,” “Come Together,” “Help,” “Working Class Hero,” “Mother,” “Jealous Guy,” and more.

“It was truly an emotional experience seeing Lennon: Through a Glass Onion in New York at its American premiere” said producer Harley Medcalf. “We were overwhelmed, blessed really, to have the support of Yoko Ono and the Lennon Estate. As Charles Waterstreet (Fairfax) said, “We should get out the streamers and confetti to shower D’Arrietta and Waters in an open limousine to the steps of our town halls””. The show will return to the US following the Australian tour in April/May.

John Waters added “To be embraced by New Yorkers as we were from October to January, this was a great reward for all of us who worked so hard to get our show there, at the Union Theatre. It truly felt as though Glass Onion had in fact given the city what it needed, to reconcile their own sense of loss of a much loved ‘son’, as John Lennon came to be. Night after night, our audiences stood to acknowledge us, and it doesn't get much better than that.”

In 1992, twelve years after Lennon’s death, Waters and D’Arrietta first conceived and performed Lennon: Through a Glass Onion on a small stage at the Tilbury Hotel in Sydney. The show was an instant success. In the years that followed, Waters and D’Arrietta toured the show and played sold out engagements at venues including The Sydney Opera House.
The show performed a three-month engagement in London’s West End.
“Its been fantastic the response the show is receiving, especially from the younger audiences that are coming along, some of whom were not even born when Lennon and The Beatles were recording and releasing their music. It’s a testament to the legacy of the man and his music that still excites and intrigues people to this day” says Waters.
“It never ceases to amaze us how many people still request to see the show, even after our last lengthy tour, we’re constantly getting emails and messages asking when is the show coming back, so its great that the demand and interest is always there”, says Waters.

“The song Glass Onion was John Lennon’s postscript to The Beatles. It had such a strong image of crystal ball-gazing and peeling away the layers that it inspired the format for this show – a kaleidoscope collage of song, word, emotion and image”, agrees D’Arrietta with Waters.
For the audience this is either an emotional trip down memory lane or a wonderful introduction to the life and times of one of the most fascinating icons of our time.

LENNON THROUGH A GLASS ONION will appear at the The Entrance Leagues Club on Saturday 14th November 2015.
Tickets at: http://kingdomsounds.oztix.com.au
$45 + BF
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/404490353083490/

Central Coast Concert Band imageWhats On Logo button image CENTRAL COAST CONCERT BAND:
Central Coast Concert band - Concert Series 2015

Featuring the Central Coast Concert band, soloists, guests and great music.

Suitable for all ages.

Concert 1 : Sunday, 12th July, 2pm
Concert 2 : Sunday, 20th September, 2pm
Concert 3 : Sunday, 6th December, 2pm

Gosford RSL Club, 26 Central Coast Highway, West Gosford NSW 2250

Tickets will be available at the door
Subscription price for all three concerts $50
Phone 4328 1951 or 0413 849 307 for further information

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