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HERITAGE BUSH DANCE
Tasmanian Heritage Fiddle Ensemble Dance calling by Sarah Lewis and David Wanless
SAT 29th APRIL ‘177:30-11:30PM
WESLEY HALL, 58 MELVILLE ST, HOBART
High-energy traditional and contemporary dances and Tasmanian tunes.
Come to dance or listen. Newcomers welcome.
All dances taught.
No dancing experience or partner required.
All ages welcome.
Please bring a plate of supper.
Tickets at the door:
$17 / $15 (conc)/ $14 (mem) / $8 (student special)
Group bookings available
Dress: casual, heritage or rural.
Fine music and fun dances
Help make a difference in the lives of our young men.
The Freedom Ride is an annual charity event that assists in raising funds for Pathways Tasmania and their many initiatives which aim to empower young men to live free of addiction, homelessness and associated issues.
Choose one of the following events to be a part of, or just come along and have some fun with the jumping castle, family barbecue and prizes.
100km Freedom Fondo – Aspiring riders depart at 8.30am, professionals depart at 9am. Entry fee $150 (raise more than $500 in sponsorship and get your entry fee refunded).
20km Recreation Ride – departs 10.30am
4km Rides – various start times throughout the day.
Entry is $1 per kilometre.
To register, donate, or find out more about the work of Pathways Tasmania, go to www.freedomride.org.au
The Red Affair – Charity Ball for Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis Charity Ball
Saturday 20th May
Elwick Function Centre from 6:45pm
$130 per head – Tables of up to 10 available
Includes: welcome drink, canapes, mains, dessert, live music and auctions
Special Guest Speaker Associate Professor Ingrid Van der Mei
Tickets available at www.trybooking.com/PEAZ
Church Together 2017 will be held on the 28th of May 2017
Princes Wharf 1 at 4.30pm, with special guest Dr Karl Faase
The Church Together Festival will run between 2-4pm, prior to the main event with all exhibition stands held inside PW1.
Franklin feeds mental health research Fundraising Dinner May 28 2017 6pm
All proceeds from this event will go directly to support mental health research at Menzies Institute for Medical Research.
Excellent chefs David Moyle and Lilly Trewartha are rallying Tasmanian producers to create an outstanding dining experience, with a set menu and matched wines.
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There are only 80 seats available, at $200 per person with communal seating.
Bookings for tables of 10 can be made, but tickets will sell fast.
If you have clients or people you would like to treat, book quickly.
Bookings can be made online at http://franklinhobart.com.au/bookings/ or by calling 6234 3375