The Village with East Coast Regional Development Organisation
The Queen’s Birthday Celebration
Featuring THE DAME
with Mary-Anne (at piano) and Robert
AN AFTERNOON OF SONGS, FUN, PRIZES
Monday 12 June, 2PM
Triabunna Community Hall
Tickets $12, inc. afternoon tea
Bookings 0418 995 319 or 6257 7583
and Triabunna Chemist
The Village is a community based organisation under the auspices of the East Coast Regional Development Organisation Inc (ERDO), established to develop a range of enterprise, educational, arts and environmental projects that will lead to a self sustaining model, connecting young people to the broader community and impacting on many areas of community life. The site contains information about The Village & ERDO, what we do, Village Events for participation, information on what is happening in our wider Glamorgan Spring Bay community.
A comprehensive list of Services available to Glamorgan Spring Bay residents has been produced by Colony 47 in partnership with Triabunna District School, East Coast Regional Development Organisation (ERDO) and Glamorgan Spring Bay Council.
The Village Market is held monthly on the third Sunday in each month where you can find fresh local produce, the art gallery, bargains, real boats, books, gifts, furniture, giant props., toys, games, soft toys, glassware, etc.
Mondays: Spring Bay Community Boat Shed get together & lunch.
Wednesdays: Wood Carving with Graeme and Ingrid Rhind.
Fridays: Pottery class from 10:00am to 1:00pm.
For some past events go to http://www.flickr.com/photos/thevillagetriabunna/
The Village is located at: 20 Melbourne Street Triabunna Tasmania 7190
• The Dame is a character invented by Mervyn Magee
Her full title is Dame Palula Cork (named after Petula Clark).
The Dame has been singing in Community Halls and other function centres mostly on Tasman Peninsula for nearly 20 years.
The audience will be able to sing a-long to those wonderful World War II favourites made famous by the now 100 year old Dame Vera Lynn. Coupled with show/movie song and a liberal sprinkling of 1950/1960 songs, The Dame serves up a tasty treat of nostalgia. And boy do we need that today!