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Arts in Esperance - March 2017

The Festival of the Wind is here and what a jam packed month we have in store! Tickets for festival events can now be booked online. Visit the Festival website to find out more about what is coming up: www.festivalofthewindesperance.org.au/

The Festival is also looking for lots of volunteers from Friday March 17th - Sunday March 19th. Contact coordinator, Jessica Ricciardo on 0431 083 791, or Esperance Volunteer Resource Centre on 9072 0346 .

March highlights in the Esperance Arts Calendar include..

  • The Festival of the Wind's Moving Movie 'Bran Nue Dae' on the 4th of March at the Soundshell!
  • Esperance Civic Centre's children's comedy 'The Listies 6D' coming to Esperance on the 16th of March.
  • The Mandaboornap Dreaming Puppet Performance at the James Street beach on the 16th of March to open the Festival of the Wind.
  • The Cannery Arts Centre has many awesome new workshops happening onsite including Colour My Art 'Discovery Arts Kindy', 'Esperance No Lights, No Lycra' dance sessions and Jen Morcombe's 'Soap Making Workshops'.

March is also the month for Annual General Meetings. The Esperance Music Festival is meetign on March 21st and the Cannery Arts Centre is meeting on March 30th.

Other groups include a Pottery Club, Kitchen Garden, Knit for Art, Patchwork Club, Argentine Tango, Esperance Brass Band, No Lights No Lycra, Ballroom Dancing, Photographers Club, Ukulele Group, Scrabble Club, Sing Australia, Embroidery Club and more.

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

 

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