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Arts in Esperance - August 2017

August 2017 Highlights:

  • Esperance Musical Festival -Thursday 17th 9am - 5pm, Friday 18th 9am - 10.30pm & Saturday 19th 10am - 10.30pm at the Esperance Civic Centre, volunteers still needed.
  • Esperance Community Arts is holding a winter cushion competition! Create your own cushions out of recycled materials and deliver them to 67 Dempster Street by August 24th. This is a fundraiser so there is a $2 entry fee.
  • Kyza Presents 'Sweet Tuna' @ the Cannery Arts Centre featuring Ruby May, Rachel Vibart and A Simple Array .
  • The Esperance Civic Centre has an array of performances this month including two comedy shows - 'Comedy Gold' and 'Over the Fence Comedy Film Festival' plus 'Barbara & Barry's Sweet, Sour and Saucy' show - including a Free singing workshop on August 9th (register by August 4th - see below for details) and the 'Finest Frocks and Suavest Suits Competition' on August 10th.
Scroll to the end to find a list of regular group gatherings in Esperance - and please let us know if you would like to add information about your group to our list.

If you would like to volunteer at Esperance Community Arts Space, please call in have a chat at 67 Dempster Street.

For more information, contact Esperance Community Arts (9072 1158 or admin@esperancecommunityarts.org.au).

 

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