Time Out: April 18-24

THURSDAY, APRIL 18

Morning Melodies: Glenn Starr, 11am to 1pm, St Ives Biere Cafe, Wodonga

Kim Ritchie, 6pm, Zodiac Lounge, Commercial Club, Albury

Albury-Wodonga Uke Muster, 6pm, first floor, Albion Hotel, Albury

Garry O’Brien: Soft Rock Classics, 6.30pm to 8pm, North Albury Sports Club

Sounds of the Border Open Mic Nights hosted by Larry Caton: for all ages and music styles, 7.30pm, register at 6pm, bistro, Astor Hotel, Albury

Grooveyard Hammond Combo: soul, grooves, jazz and blues every Thursday, 7pm to 9.30pm, La Maison Cafe, Wodonga

Open Mic Night with Dave, Kelvyn and the Wednesday crew, 8pm, Albion Hotel, Albury

Karaoke Showtime! Registrations 7.30pm on, karaoke starts from 9pm, Paddy’s Albury

Twin Cities Rock’n’Roll Club Weekly Dance, 7.30pm, auditorium, Commercial Club, Albury

Trivia Night, 7.30pm, St Ives Biere Cafe

The Timbers: roots, folk and bushman’s punk, 8pm, Star Hotel, YackandandahThe Girls in Grey, 10.30am and 7.30pm, Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre

Thirsty Thursdays Acoustic Night featuring five up-and-coming acoustic acts, 8pm to midnight, First Lounge Bar and Nightclub, 1 Victoria Street, Wangaratta

Open Mic: Kane Mills, 7.30pm, Royal Hotel, Corowa

Anthony Tenace, ClubMulwala

Rocking Horror Family Show, Club Mulwala

Bruce Poulter, Mulwala Waterski Club

Two Old Fellas, Barooga Sports Club

FRIDAY, APRIL 19

Friday Night Seafood Buffet and Jazz Night, 4pm bar opens 5pm music, buffet 6pm, Fresco’s Restaurant Bar, Rydges Albury

Charlie Jankowski, 5pm, Zodiac Lounge, Commercial Club, Albury

Tony Lukav, 5pm to 10pm, Q Manhattans, Albury

Liv Cartledge, 5.30pm to 8.30pm, Bobby’s Bar, Birallee Tavern, Wodonga

Paul Gibbs, 6pm, Sevens Bistro, Commercial Club, Albury

Freeway, 7pm, Lavington Panthers

Frankie 4 All Seasons, 7.30pm, Commercial Club, Albury

Anne Hayward, 7.30pm to 10.30pm, Thurgoona Country Golf Club Resort

Livid Productions: The Vagina Monologues, 8pm, The Jazz Basement, Wodonga

Phooka, 8pm, Rooftop Bier Garden, The Bended Elbow, Albury

Maurice Milani and The Rumour, 8pm, Kinross Woolshed Hotel, Thurgoona

Alibi, 8.30pm, Northside Hotel, Lavington

Overtime, 9pm, Zodiac Lounge, Commercial Club, Albury

Intensity, 9pm, SS&A Albury

Ledd Asprin, 9pm, Astor Hotel, Albury

Calico Jack, 9pm, Boomerang Hotel, Lavington

Nathan Lanbourne, 9.30pm, Paddy’s, Albury

DJ Zuckr, 9.30pm, Beer Garden, Paddy’s, Albury

Famous Fridays: Party Music from the 1970s to the 2000s plus Today’s Top 40 Hits, 10pm, ZedBar, Albury

DJ Sedgie, 10pm, The Carriers, Wodonga

?, 10pm, Groove Saint

DJ, 9pm, Birallee Tavern, Wodonga

Mount Beauty Music Festival, various Mount Beauty venues – see musicfestival.org.au

Open Mic: 6pm, Mountain View Hotel (The Wandi Pub), Wandiligong

??, 8pm, Corowa Golf Club

Club Kaalua, 8pm, Corowa RSL Club

Ugly Brothers, Mulwala Waterski Club

?, 7.30pm, Yarrawonga-Mulwala Golf Club Resort

Regular Boys, Barooga Sports Club

J.R. Williams, 8pm, Main Lounge, Deniliquin RSL Club

SATURDAY, APRIL 20

John Gratton, 5pm, Zodiac Lounge, Commercial Club, Albury

Tony Lukav, 5pm to 10pm, Q Manhattans, Albury

PJ, 6pm, Sevens Bistro, Commercial Club, Albury

Brock Shirley, 8.30pm, Soden’s Hotel, Albury

Livid Productions: The Vagina Monologues, 8pm, The Jazz Basement, Wodonga

Overtime, 9pm, Zodiac Lounge, Commercial Club, Albury

Glenn Shorrock, 9pm, SS&A Albury

Sean and Liv Cartledge, 9pm until late, Kinross Woolshed Hotel, Thurgoona

DJ Debz, 9.30pm, Albion Hotel, Albury

Nathan Lambourne, 9.30pm, Paddy’s, Albury

DJ Candy B, 9.30pm, beer garden, Paddy’s, Albury

DJs Remi and Franco, 10pm, Groove Saint, Albury

Albury’s Biggest Club Party, One Nightclub, The Bended Elbow, Albury

The Eagles Story, 9pm, Howlong Country Golf Club

Classic Australian Cinema: The Sapphires, 7pm, Star Theatre, Chiltern

Arts Yackandandah presents Flickside: A Separation, Iranian film, 7.15pm, Yackandandah Courthouse

Genevieve Chadwick: blues singer and guitarist, 8pm, Star Hotel, Yackandandah

Mount Beauty Music Festival 2013, various Mount Beauty venues – see musicfestival.org.au

In Like Flynn, 9pm, Corowa RSL Club

DJ Supple K, ClubMulwala

Regular Boys, Mulwala Waterski Club

Cheap Thrillz with DJ Jarrod, 8.30pm, Terminus Hotel, Yarrawonga

Rustic Sons, 8.30pm, Barooga Sports Club

SUNDAY, APRIL 21

Music in the Gardens: The Sousaphonics, 1pm to 3pm, Albury Botanic Gardens

Highway 31 Blues and Roots Club: Highway 31 Blues Band and Friends Big Blues Jam – musos welcome, 2pm, Edwards Tavern, Wodonga

Hidden Agenda, 4pm to 8pm, Zodiac Lounge, Commercial Club, Albury

Deckchair Sundays: Marcus Gett, acoustic music, DJ Zuckr, 4pm, Paddy’s, Albury

Elissa Van Dorst, 4pm to 7pm, Rooftop Bier Garden, The Bended Elbow, Albury

Idle Fret, 7.30pm to 10.30pm, Rooftop Bier Garden, The Bended Elbow, Albury

Live music: Open Mic — singers and musos welcome, 2pm to 6pm, Gerogery Hotel

Open Stage Acoustic Open Mic with Michael Franklin — PA and microphones provided, 2pm to 5pm, MJ’s Bakery, Tallangatta

Youth Week: Tallangatta Skatepark Competition, 11am to 2pm, Tallangatta Skatepark

Mount Beauty Music Festival, various Mount Beauty venues – see musicfestival.org.au

Kinfolk Said: blues and bluegrass, 2pm, Bright Brewery

Trivia Night - meals available, 7.30pm to 9pm, Hotel Nicholas, Beechworth

Music on the Balcony: Mahogany, 11am, Beechworth Bakery

Sunday Acoustic Sessions, noon to 2.30pm, Gigi’s of Beechworth

Wangaratta Ukulele Band’s Ukeology of the North East CD and Book Launch, 2pm, Vine Hotel, Detour Road, North Wangaratta

TUESDAY, APRIL 23

Free Anzac Morning Show: Lest We Forget with Margaret Dennis, 10.30am, Zodiac Lounge, Commercial Club, Albury

House Vs Hurricane: 40 Deep Tour, supported by Prepared Like a Bride, Brooklyn and Storm the Sky, 6pm to 10pm, Albury Entertainment Centre

Twilight Trivia, dinner from 6pm to 9pm, register 7.30pm, play 8pm, beer garden, Paddy’s Albury

Brains and Ballbusters: trivia with attitude, 7pm, Kinross Woolshed Hotel, Thurgoona

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24

Mark Haze, 6pm, Zodiac Lounge, Commercial Club, Albury

Open Mic with Aron McLean, ex-lead singer of The Pigs, 6pm, Kinross Woolshed Hotel, Thurgoona

Last Man Standing: A Gospel Rock Opera in Concert featuring Debra Byrne and Nick Barker, 8pm, Albury Entertainment Centre

Sonic Loader, 9.30pm, Paddy’s, Albury

DJ Candy B, 9.30pm, beer garden, Paddy’s Albury

Uni Night: DJ Franco, 10pm, Groove Saint, Albury

Irish Jam Session, 8pm, Star Hotel, Yackandandah

AcO2, 8pm, Benalla Performing Arts and Convention Centre

Trevor Doddridge, 6.30pm, Border Bistro, Yarrawonga Mulwala Golf Club Resort, Mulwala

FREE TIME OUT ONLINE GUIDE: Email music, comedy, theatre or exhibitions details to play@bordermail.com.au or phone (02) 6024 0548. Deadline: noon Wednesdays. A fresh Time Out is posted at the bordermail.com.au every Thursday.

COMING UP: TOURS AND FESTIVALS

APRIL

26: Evermore and Silver Cities, SS&A Albury

26: Janet Seidel Trio, Jazz Basement, Wodonga

26: Very Hairy Canary, Gapsted Wines

26-28: Great Alpine Pick, Harrietville

26-5: Bright Autumn Festival

26: Very Hairy Canary, Gapsted Wines

26: Absolutely ’80s Show, Corowa RSL Club

26-27: Porcelain Punch Travelling Medicine Show, Wagga Civic Theatre

26-28: Great Alpine Pick, Harrietville

27: To Be There: Pru Goward, Albury Art Gallery

27: Scarecrow: The Mellencamp Show, SS&A Albury

27: Wandilgong Nut Festival

27: Evermore: Hero Tour 2013, Mulwala Waterski Club

27-29: Festival of the Falling Leaf, Tumut

28: Extorsion Wind Quartet and Faraway Quartet, Benalla Performing Arts and Convention Centre

28: Rod Gregory: The Old Fella, Myrtleford Savoy Sporting Club

30: La Classique: The Nutcracker, Albury Entertainment Centre

MAY

3: Cafe Culture Series: Alex Burns and Jen Hawley, Vine Hotel, Wangaratta

3-5: Thredbo Jazz Festival

4: Faux Fighter, SS&A Albury

4: Cafe Culture Series: Alex Burns and Jen Hawley, Bright Art Gallery

5: Cafe Culture Series: Alex Burns and Jen Hawley, Arts Space Wodonga

7: Remember Cabaret with The Hoffmans, Commercial Club, Albury

7: Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow, Rutherglen Memorial Hall

8: The Twoks, Benalla Performing Arts and Convention Centre

9: The Kransky Sisters: Piece of Cake, Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre

10: The Kransky Sisters: Piece of Cake, Albury Entertainment Centre

11: R&J: Expressions Dance Company and Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Wagga Civic Theatre

12 & 13: Guy Sebastian, Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre

13: Tom Vincent Quartet, The Cube Wodonga

13: Dobbs Franks, Benalla Performing Arts and Convention Centre

14: Guy Sebastian, Albury Entertainment Centre

14: Rodney Rude, SS&A Albury

14: David Strassman, Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre

17: Alex Williamson, YouTube superstar, Albury Entertainment Centre

17: The Blues Mountain Trio, Albion Hotel, Albury

17: Charlie Landsborough, Commercial Club, Albury

17: Steven Spellmaster, hypnotist, SS&A Albury

17-18: Freefall, The Cube Wodonga

18: Ron Vincent sings Cat Stevens, SS&A Albury

19: Tinpan Orange, Albury Botanic Gardens

21: Kelly Auty — Ladies’ Choice, Commercial Club, Albury

21: The Australian Voices: Moon, Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre

Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Albury Entertainment Centre

Happy Days Rock’n’Roll Spectacular, Commercial Club, Albury

George Washingmachine, Jazz Basement, Wodonga

Tom Burlinson: Now We’re Swingin’, Benalla Performing Arts and Convention Centre

24-26: La Fiera Festival, Myrtleford

VISUAL ARTS AND HISTORY: EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS

ALBURY ART GALLERY

ICONS FROM THE COLLECTION

UNTIL MAY 26

Here’s a chance to view the treasures of the Albury Council visual art collection! The collection started in 1974 when it took over as custodian of the Albury Art Prize collection. Since 1947, this annual prize, initiated by the Albury Art Society acquired works by acclaimed Australian artists such as Noel Counihan, Max Ragless, Weaver Hawkins, Franz Kempf, Kenneth Jack and Mary Beetson. When the historic Albury Town Hall was converted to an art gallery in 1982 a decision was made to collect Australian photography, primarily through the biennial National Photographic Prize. Since 1983, the gallery has acquired more than 91 works directly from this biennial competition and has expanded this collection with a further 350 works. In the 1990’s the eclectic collections of Howard Daniel came to the Albury Art Gallery. Today, with more than 1600 works in storage, this exhibition seeks to highlight some of the amazing artworks in the Albury Council collection. The exhibition will also include new works by leading, emerging and local artists who that have been commissioned to reinterpret works from the permanent collection with a contemporary perspective. Exhibition opening: 6pm Friday, April 12. RSVP (02) 6043 5800. Free event.

ALBURY ART GALLERY

JACQUES CALLOT’S ETCHINGS FROM THE DANIEL GIFT

UNTIL MAY 26

Jacques Callot was one of the great artists of 17th century Europe and the one most responsible for turning the technique of etching into an art. Born and raised in France, he travelled to Italy to be trained under the great masters of the time. Callot’s work soon surpassed even that of his masters and with the patronage of the powerful Medici family he became one of the most sought after and influential artists in Europe. Drawn from the Albury Council collection, this suite of etchings was collected by the foremost authority on Jacques Callot, Howard Daniel, who gifted the work to the Albury Art Gallery in the 1990s. Free event. 

ALBURY LIBRARY MUSEUM

HOME/ON COUNTRY (2011-2013)

UNTIL MAY 12

An exhibition by Sydney based photographer Sarah Rhodes, depicting indigenous elders of the region wearing their language group’s possum skin cloak. The images celebrate the role of the possum skin cloak in strengthening cultural identity, connection to Country and the Elders’ pride in the revitalisation of this traditional cultural practice. The project was inspired by the two reproduction possum skin cloaks on display in the National Museum of Australia collection and the original cloaks in Museum Victoria. This show is accompanied by short films made by local indigenous young people. Opening: Saturday 30 March at 2pm. RSVP: (02) 6023 8333. Free event.

ON THEIR OWN: BRITAIN’S CHILD MIGRANTS

UNTIL APRIL 28

From the 1860s, more than 100,000 children were sent from Britain to Canada, Australia and other Commonwealth countries through child migration schemes.  They were sent by charitable and religious organisations, with government support, in the belief that their lives would improve, and that they would provide much-needed labour and increase the population. Few were orphans; many came from families who were unable to care for them.  The lives of these children changed dramatically and fortunes varied.  Some succeeded in creating new futures.  Others suffered lonely, brutal childhoods.  All experienced disruption and separation from family and homeland. Child migration schemes received criticism from the outset, yet continued until the 1960s.  Formal apologies were made by the Australian Government in 2009 and the British Government in 2010 but many former child migrants and their families are still coming to terms with their experience.

CROSSING PLACE— A STORY OF ALBURY

PERMANENT EXHIBITION

Weaving together the story of Albury from its first contact with the Wiradjuri people, traditional owners of the land, to the city we know today, this world-class exhibition, told through an engaging collection of objects, oral stories and film, is on permanent display in the main galleries of the Albury Library Museum.

WIRADJURI TALKBACK

UNTIL JULY 1, 2014

A celebration of the perspectives and traditional knowledge of the Albury-Wodonga region’s Aboriginal people, showcasing a powerful and thought-provoking blend of traditional and contemporary elements illustrating the rich cultural traditions of Wiradjuri country. Alongside traditional Riverina bark paintings and tools are sketches by 19th century Aboriginal artist Tommy McRae, a local identity famed for his depictions of traditional Aboriginal life.

ARTS SPACE WODONGA

ARTS SPACE WODONGA

WEARABLE ART AWARD 2013

UNTIL MAY 4

Featuring this year’s entrants in the Wearable Art Award as part of Carnivale Wodonga 2013. The exhibition brings together works by regional artists who have used a variety of media to create their wearable pieces. Official opening 5.30pm Friday, April 5, artist talk 10.30am Saturday, April 6. Phone (02) 6022 9600.

GIGS FINE ART GALLERY, WODONGA

SEGMENTS BY GIGS STUDIO ARTISTS

UNTIL APRIL 21

This exhibition brings together the diverse artwork of GIGS studio artists Tracie MacVean, Steve Edwards, Janene Castillo, Natalie Ward, Sigrid Condon and Kylie Quinlivan. Their exhibition also celebrates the fourth anniversary of the opening of GIGS Artists’ Studios within the Gateway Village arts precinct. GIGS Art Gallery is in Gateway Village, Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga. Open 10am to 4pm Tuesday to Sunday. Opening: 5.30pm, March 28, Meet the Artists:  10am to noon. Phone (02) 6021 3073 or visit artswodonga.org.au for more information.

ARMY MUSEUM BANDIANA

EXTENSIVE MILITARY DISPLAY

MONDAYS TO SATURDAYS

The Army Museum Bandiana is among Australia’s best army museums where 190 army vehicles, dozens of field guns, weapons, uniforms, medals and items dating back as far as the 18th century are displayed in about 5000 square metres of display space. The museum is at the Gaza Ridge Barracks, Anderson Road, Bandiana, just out of Wodonga. Open 9.30am to 4pm Monday to Saturday but not on New Year’s Day, Good Friday and Anzac Day or from December 24 to 28. Phone (02) 6055 2525. 

MAN FROM SNOWY RIVER MUSEUM AND RILEY’S VILLAGE, CORRYONG

LIVE THE LEGEND

OPEN DAILY

A diverse and colourful exhibition that celebrates the history of the Upper Murray and its people. Learn about the legend of Jack Riley. Open 10am to 4pm, September to May and 11am to 3pm, June to August. Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day. The Man From Snowy River Museum and Riley’s Village is at 103 Hansen Street, Corryong. For more information visit manfromsnowyrivermuseum.com. Phone (02) 6076 2600.

KHANCOBAN ARTISAN GALLERY AND WORKSHOP

OPEN DAILY

ARTS AND CRAFTS EXHIBITION AND SALE

OPEN DAILY

Local artists and craft people are invited to display and sell their creations in this new gallery, which can be found in the Khancoban General Store. The workshop is opposite, on the Community Technology Centre. Twenty per cent of sales will fund local events programs. To find out more phone Ann-Maree de Wit on (02) 6076 9099 or email her at annalby57@gmail.com or phone Louise Werrett on (02) 6076 9408. Open daily.

BRIGHT ART GALLERY

51ST ANNUAL AUTUMN EXHIBITION AND SALES

UNTIL MAY 17

This diverse exhibition will feature about 900 paintings, and will be formally opened at 8pm on Wednesday, March 27. Well-known artist Malcolm Beattie will be the judge this year and a special display of artworks by Melbourne artist David Chen will be featured. Prize-winning artist Ross Paterson has donated a painting for the raffle prize. With artists coming from near and far, there should be something to appeal to all tastes, all displayed in the beautifully refurbished gallery. Admission is $5, children admitted free. The gallery is at 28 Mountbatten Avenue, Bright. Phone (03) 5750 1660.

OLD SCHOOL HOUSE GALLERY, BEECHWORTH

WORKS BY LOCAL ARTISANS

OPEN DAILY

North East painters, jewellery makers, textile artists, woodworkers, glass artists and more display their works in the 1863 building that once housed a school. 1 Loch Street. Open 10am to 4pm daily. Visit oldschoolhousegallery.biz.

WANGARATTA ART GALLERY

 NATIVE GRASS WEAVING RESIDENCY

APRIL 19 TO 28

An exhibition by indigenous artist Adrienne Kneebone. In the Wangaratta Art Gallery Workshop Space.

ELEMENTAL

UNTIL APRIL 21

Mary-Rose Riley responds to a desire for a direct engagement with the natural environment and the endlessly changing elements — air, water, earth. The selective gaze of the artist uncovers the subject’s qualities, imbuing subsequent imagery with potential meaning. Barbel Ullrich explores dualities and the flux, energy, rhythms, textures, forms and movements of nature throughout time. Light and dark, night and day, dark places, light spaces, physical versus  psychological, perception versus intuition.

REMEMBERING THE GREAT WAR 1914-1918

UNTIL MAY 19

Photographs and memorabilia from the Wangaratta Museum Collection recall the involvement of the Wangaratta Community in The Great Was and the erection of the commemorative Cenotaph unveiled 90 years ago at the Memorial Reserve on the corner of Docker and Ovens Streets. The exhibition coincides with the Annual Anzac Day celebrations and the WPAC performance of Girls in Grey, the story of Australian Army Nurses on active service.

BENALLA ART GALLERY

LISA ROET: MONKEY GRIP

APRIL 20 TO 30

We know it; we sometimes choose to ignore it; we sometimes study it with a curiosity that is detailed, scientific, beautiful and hard to pull away from all at the same time. It is the close proximity and perplexing relationship between simian and human. Lisa Roet uses sculpture, etchings, drawings, photography and animation; a committed and multidisciplinary approach to her ongoing preoccupation with apes and monkeys. The artist is both researcher and advocate. More information at www.benallaartgallery.com

ANGRY PENGUINS AND THE ANTIPODEANS

UNTIL MAY 26

Cups of tea, painting in the countryside, the wool price is good, things are good “back home” in England, Robert Menzies’ Academy of Australian Art is building exaggeration, true, but the late 1930s to early 1940s provided the perfect environment for new ideas and different values. Enter “Angry Penguins”, named after the Adelaide magazine published by a young Max Harris, the artists whose core group of Arthur Boyd, Sidney Nolan, Albert Tucker and Joy Hester were occasional complemented in idea and image by members of the Contemporary Art Society. The time was ripe for change and the fuel came from Europe and the US - surrealism and modern poetry. It was going well until the Ern Malley hoax. Ironically, many of the same artists formed the “Antipodeans”, a group of artists reacting to the “threat” of abstract images from America and Europe. This show is a celebration of works within the Benalla Art Gallery’s own collection and of a time when every painting had a story to tell. The exhibition is in the Ledger Gallery.

AN AIRMAN’S DREAM: ARCH SIMPSON’S PIN-UPS

UNTIL MAY 5

Take a privileged glimpse, both very human and very intimate, into what helped one man survive World War II. Arch Simpson was part of the 78th Fighter Squadron. During his years of service, his maiden aunt sent him pin-up images of beautiful women. This is a wonderful story, laced with an irrepressible spirit for life and a celebration of beauty that even the darkest of circumstances could not suppress. Arch was a long-time volunteer and champion of the Benalla Art Gallery. The gallery in which this work is presented is named in his honour. The Benalla Art Gallery is fortunate to have access to the greater part of Arch’s pin-ups through his family, complimented by additional material from the Australian War Memorial in Canberra. This complete presentation is the story of one of Benalla’s heroes and firmly locates these pin-ups in their important and original context.

GALLERY 294, COROWA

WORKS BY COROWA AND DISTRICT ARTISTS

OPEN DAILY

See a wide range of arts and crafts by Corowa and district artists who are members of the Gallery 294 co-operative.

Gallery 294 is at 294 Honour Avenue (the Albury Road), Corowa. Open 10am to 4pm daily. For more information visit gallery294.org.au or phone (02) 6033 5086.

COROWA SHIRE ART SPACE

COROWA COLLECTION

OPEN DAILY

The 2013 winners of Corowa Federation Art Show have now been added to the Corowa Collection at the Corowa Shire Art Space. With these recent additions, the Corowa Collection has now grown to 50 art works and showcases 14 years of winners of the Corowa Federation Art Show. Judged by artist and past winner at the Federation Art Show, Ern Trembath, who chose Jan Long’s Against the Rocks, Barbara Beasley-Southgate’s Golden Splendour on Delitate, Jan Lawler’s Country Wisdom” and Geoff Paynter’s  Natures Abstract as the winners. The Corowa Collection exhibition can be seen at Corowa Shire Art Space, Civic Centre, Ball Park, Corowa. The gallerry is pen 11am to 4pm weekdays, 11am to 3pm Saturdays and 11am to 1pm Sundays.

DENILIQUIN PEPPIN HERITAGE CENTRE

REFLECTIONS

UNTIL APRIL 27

A vibrant series of paintings based on water and colour by Sharon Mackey, 9am to 4pm daily. Entry by gold coin donation. The heritage centre is in George Street.

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