An Afternoon of Music promises to be an enjoyable and entertaining event. Our own Daryl Gaukroger, stomatology himself a talented musician has organized this concert which will feature many of our local musicians. The extremely popular Cooma Harmony Chorus will be performing along with Daryl Gaukroger, David Ford, Vera Shanley, Chris And Sarah Wall, and more.
- Where: St Paul’s Anglican Church, Commissioner Street, Cooma
- When: Sunday 5 December 2010 at 2.30 pm
- Tickets: $15 each (includes “Festive Afternoon Tea”) Tickets are available from The Fabric Salon (Vale Street, Cooma) or Anglican Parish Office (Commissioner Street, Cooma). Tickets are Limited.
Come and enjoy a delicious afternoon tea in our “Music Café”.
Live music will be provided by students & teachers of Cooma School of Music.
The “Café Music” concept is a variation on the theme of “student concert”. We decided to “play” this in the “key of relaxed”. The audience is seated at tables around the hall. They can listen to the music, prescription
read the Saturday papers, pills
play a game of chess, pulmonologist
cards, snakes and ladders, have a conversation, enjoy a leisurely afternoon tea with bottomless cups of tea or coffee. The music students will perform in a more relaxed atmosphere.
The audience is not expected to stay for the whole afternoon. They can come and go as they please. We realise how busy everyone is right now!
The café opens at 4pm, Saturday 11 December at St Paul’s Anglican Church Hall, 138 Commissioner Street.
Please bring a plate of festive food to share and some games to play. Tea & coffee will be provided free.
Lucky Door Prizes!
If you want to play, when you arrive, just choose the time you want to play and write your name next to that timeslot on the whiteboard in the Hall.
- Adults $5
- Children $2
- Family $15