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As the financial year closes in, Lotterywest is once again heading towards raising a record amount to support the Western Australian community.
On July 15th there'll be another great acoustic concert in Manjimup. Pepperjacks is coming
to play a mix of oldtimey, country/blues, ragtime and swing for you.
For your comfort it will be held in the Manjimup Repertory Theatre.
Ticket information below...
Members of Pepperjacks include: Rod Vervest, guitar, Lara Norman, fiddle, Craig Sinclair, slide guitar, Bob Lipinski, harmonica and Margaret Crossen, upright bass.
Harmony singing is one of the stand-out features of aPepperjacks’ performance so the Warren Arts Council has organised a singing workshop to take advantage of the visiting musos knowledge and skill. There'll also be workshop for harmonica enthusiasts. Both workshops on the Saturday afternoon.
Singing Workshop with members of Pepperjacks 1-3pm. open to all who love to sing.
Harmonica workshop with Bob Lipinski - who'll have Rod Vervest with him as his anchor man.
Both workshops will be followed by afternoon tea which is included in your ticket price.
Early bird Ticket Prices:
Concert 7.30 pm Friday 15th $25 Adults $15 School Children, includes supper. Door open 7.00.
(Please note that door prices for adults and children will be $30).
Workshops 1-3pm Saturday 16th July
$20 or $25 at the door.
Online tickets at ticketebo will incur a small booking fee and will be available till Wednesday July 13th.
You can also buy tickets at the Manjimup Visitor Centre, cash only.
To find out about the jamcamp weekend with the Pepperjacksgo to www.manjimupbluegrass.com and at the drop down menu Manjimup Jamcamp you will find more details.
for the Warren Arts Council.
24 May 2016
Artists needed for public art projects at Warren Health Service
As part of the redevelopment of the Warren Health Service in Manjimup, expressions of interest are being sought from artists experienced in delivering public art projects.
The artworks are commissioned under the State Government’s Percent for Art Scheme which employs Western Australian artists to deliver exciting artwork for major new public buildings including schools, police stations, and health services throughout Western Australia.
Art Coordinator Mariyon Slany, a consultant to the Department of Finance, Building Management and Works, said the commissions could be awarded to an individual artist, or a team of artists.
“We welcome less experienced artists to be mentored by experienced artists and work together on the art projects,” Ms Slany said.
Ms Slany said the artwork commissions were for a range of public art opportunities around the health service including the front of the building or integrated within some of the architectural elements.
“Artists may want to make a connection to the Town of Manjimup, its timber history, beautiful environmental surrounds or the spiritual nature of connection with nature and its healing aspects for both mind and body,” Ms Slany said.
“Any interpretation is encouraged to be innovative, contemporary, and not overly representational,” she said.
The Expressions of Interest (EOI) are being managed by the Department of Finance on behalf of the WA Country Health Service. For more information visit www.tenders.wa.gov.au or contact Mariyon Slany on 0401 694 252 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Warren Health Service redevelopment is funded by Royalties for Regions as part of the half a billion dollar Southern Inland Health Initiative.
The Southern Inland Health Initiative’s $300 million capital works program is more extensive and complex than any programme of works previously undertaken by the WA Country Health Service, with new builds and upgrades to 37 hospitals and health services in the Wheatbelt, South West, Great Southern and Midwest.
To find out more, go to www.health.wa.gov.au/southerninland.
Media contact: Hayley Mayne, WA Country Health Service, 6383 1881.
After relaunching less than 6 months ago, the MCG is really gathering momentum, and we are now establishing a weekly "Garden Gathering", every Saturday.
Come on down and join us for a cuppa.
Aged care services sector workshop
The Shire of Manjimup wants your help to plan for an 'age-friendly community'. Please come along and give your thoughts on the positive features, barriers and suggestions for improvements for ageing well in the Manjimup region.
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