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- ornella totino on A star is born It would be wonderful to hear her sing at Carols by Candlelight. What an amazing experience for a beautiful girl. more
- Franca Katsaris on A star is born Love to hear you sing again. Great voice! more
- Ana on A star is born That was absolutely brilliant! We need to see/hear more from this amazing young lady! more
- Jessica on A star is born i think Carols By Candlelight sounds like a good idea!Great idea actually! more
- Chris on Brassed off No one has commented on this. Very clever. Sorry cant say any more I have to rush off to my coffee appointment at 9.00 4 Km ... more
- Daniel Dellachiesa on A star is born GOO MISS TOTINO!!! more
- laura on A star is born So amazing I have goosebumpswell done steph! So proud of you more
- frank bere on A star is born She has an amazing voice.how she isn't a superstar yet is beyond me. more
- michael on A star is born Stephanie is a fantastic singer i love her voice it would be great to hear her voice again hopefully at the AFL grand final. more
- Fernando on A star is born This is one talented girl more
- Michael Hopkins on A star is born An amazing voice would love to hear more from her more
- Susie Karlson on A star is born I think she is amazing. what a voice and yes why not let her sing at the Grand Final. more
- Jessica on A star is born I would LOVE to see this happen! Such a talented sister I have! So proud of you Steph x more
- Murray Young on Happy Birthday Hi,This is Murray, and just reminder that this is also Canadian singer/songwriter, Gordon Lightfoot's Birthday - and mine as ... more
- Denise Stone on The Hollies How wonderful to hear such good music without the aid of all the electronic gear, special effects etc. They can certainly ... more
- Mike Hoskin on The Hollies Wow!! yes I'm in the age bracket where I was going to dance halls while they were at the top of their game never have seen ... more
- Lynton Martin on Magic Morning Tea Great Day, lots of fun and even the weather came good. Thanks to every one who helped make it such a great occasion. more
- Jane on Grandkids' Birthdays Today, I went to the beach front with my children. I found a sea shell and gave it to my 4 year old daughter and said "You ... more
- Dois on Grandkids' Birthdays Hi Kevin and JaneCould you please wish a very Happy Birthday to Janet Vu, Granddaughter of Emmanuel and Ann. She is sweet ... more
- Cheryl Threadgold on Community Calendar The 36th Beaumaris Christmas Carols will be presented on Christmas Eve, 24 December from 7.45pm to 9.30pm at the Beaumaris ... more
Magic 1278 continues to provide assistance to small and large community groups, by helping publicise their fundraising events, or events of public interest.
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ENCORE THEATRE COMPANY
Encore Theatre Company, a not for profit group, welcomes you to a fun pantomime. “Dick Whittington and His Cat” at the Clayton Community Centre Theatrette, Cooke St, Clayton. Daytime performances are on Jan 10th, 11th,12th,17th,18th & 19th,twice daily - 11am and 2pm & all tickets are only $10
Bookings at 1300 739 099
SUMMER FIRE SAFETY TALK
Visit National Seniors Greensborough Branch from 10am Tuesday 15th January at Greensborough RSL, 111 Main St.Hear Rachelle MacPherson, from the Country Fire Authority speak on the important topic of “Summer Fire Safety”! Meals at the RSL bistro.Entry is a $3 donation – all over 50’s welcome.Details at www.greensboroughnationalseniors.com.au or from David on 9459 0653
WOOD TURNING EXHIBITION
Peninsula Woodturners Guild welcomes you to a huge exhibition of Wood Turning, Items for Sale and Hands On Demonstrations from Sat 5th to Sun 13th January. Exhibition is at The Briars, Nepean Highway, Mt Martha. Details on 9776 7095
COMBINED PROBUS CLUB
Combined Probus Club - Beaumaris Bay invite you to their next meeting of the Club on Friday 18th January from 10am at the Cheltenham Golf Club, Victor Ave, Cheltenham.You’ll receive more information on the Mooramong Tour!Visitors are welcome and lunch is available after the meeting.Details from Mark on 9583 6264
STAMPS,COINS AND CARDS FAIR
Don’t miss the Stamps, Coins and Cards Fair!It’s open from 9am to 3pm on Saturday 19th January at the Dromana Uniting Church Hall, cnr Point Nepean Rd and McCulloch St, Dromana.You can buy, sell or swap your stamps, coins & cards.Refreshments available with funds raised going to “Food For All”on the Mornington Peninsula.Admission is free! Enquiries with John on 5986 2261
ATTITUDES ART EXHIBITION
Attitudes 10th Annual Art Exhibition is on until the last weekend of January at The Old Mill, Turner Court, Portarlington. Opening hours are from midday to 4pm every Saturday, Sunday and Wednesdays through January.Fine Art will be for sale including oils, acrylics & watercolours.There is a small entry fee while parking is free!“Attitudes” Art Exhibition supports the Fred Hollows Foundation and the National Trust. Details from Susanne on 5259 2630
SAND SCULPTING AUSTRALIA EXHIBITION
Sand Sculpting Australia Exhibition,Under The Sea, is on at Frankston Waterfront, open every day from 10am until 28th April.Twenty-one Sculptors from around the globe have created intricate sculptings of Mermaids, Sea Witches, Whales, Submarines and Sharks! Also you can enjoy workshops, sand art, giant Lego Play Zone and lots of children’s activities plus an enormous Coral Reef.
Tickets from Frankston Information Centre on 1300 322 842 or on their website – visit frankston.com
MELBOURNE TEACHER'S COLLEGE 60TH ANNIVERSARY REUNION
The Melbourne Teacher’s College former students from 1953 are invited to the 60th Anniversary Re-Union on Monday March 4th in 2013. The venue will be Langhams Hotel Southgate. Contact Ron Pickett on 9511 5817.
The 36th Beaumaris Christmas Carols will be presented on Christmas Eve, 24 December from 7.45pm to 9.30pm at the Beaumaris Community Centre, Reserve Road, Beaumaris, compered by Roger Wilson, OAM.
This much-loved annual event includes community Carol singing, performances from the Southern Area Concert Band (conducted by Darryn Wright), the Accent Suzuki Singers (conducted by Katrina Pezzimenti), Geoff Hinde and the MLOC Choir.
Families are invited to bring a picnic to enjoy on the lawns.
The event will re-locate inside the Community Centre if weather is inclement.
Donations will help defray costs of candles and Carol books, with proceeds going to the Christmas Bowl Appeal.
Enquiries: 0418 395 946Cheryl Threadgold Friday 7 December, 2012 - 12:53 PM
Essendon High School joins an elite group of Victorian state secondary schools to have provided a century of quality education. Join us in celebrating 100 years of teaching, 100 years of learning, and 100 years of people and their stories.
Meet old friends, remember great times, share memorabilia and be part of this unique milestone in your schoolâ??s history.
Attend one or all of the wonderful events to be held during 2013:
Gala Cocktail Party
Flemington Racecourse, Friday 15th of March, 2013
â??High School, My Schoolâ??,
Clocktower Centre, Moonee Ponds
Friday 22nd & Saturday 23rd of March, 2013
Campus Open Day
Essendon High School, Sunday 24th of March, 2013
Register your interest:
Telephone: (03) 8331 0100
Website: www.ekc.vic.edu.auLisa Nugent Thursday 6 December, 2012 - 1:54 PM