Contact Us

Kit helps out at the Numeralla Folk Music Festival Markets

Kit helps out at the Numeralla Folk Music Festival Markets

Kit plays a 4 string ukelele-a little easier than her 47 string pedal harp!

Kit plays a 4 string ukelele-a little easier than her 47 string pedal harp!

Numeralla Folk Festival is affectionately referred to as the Folkies Festival. Each year on the Australia Day long weekend musicians and others gather to celebrate music, geriatrician
song, poetry and dance while they relax in the campground at the junction of the Numeralla and Badja Rivers in the picturesque and peaceful village of Numeralla.

The Festival is free. There is no charge for camping or tickets. Accommodation is strictly camping although if you prefer a motel there are plenty available in nearby Cooma.

Just across the river is the Numeralla Diggers Hall where festival goers can enjoy cooked meals, snacks and endless cups of tea and home made cakes.
There is a barbecue and a very friendly bar.

There is a Sunday country market with live music everywhere.
Musicians gather for sessions on the verandah of the hall or in the supper room.

For more information email Fran Robertson :

fran.oakvalley@gmail.com

Kit helps out at the Numeralla Folk Music Festival Markets

Kit helps out at the Numeralla Folk Music Festival Markets

Kit has a play on a 4 string uke-a little easier to play than her 47 string pedal harp!

Kit has a play on a 4 string uke-a little easier to play than her 47 string pedal harp!

Kit helps out at the Numeralla Folk Music Festival Markets

Kit helps out at the Numeralla Folk Music Festival Markets

Kit plays a 4 string ukelele-a little easier than her 47 string pedal harp!

Kit plays a 4 string ukelele-a little easier than her 47 string pedal harp!

Numeralla Folk Festival is affectionately referred to as the Folkies Festival. Each year on the Australia Day long weekend musicians and others gather to celebrate music, pharm
song, visit
poetry and dance while they relax in the campground at the junction of the Numeralla and Badja Rivers in the picturesque and peaceful village of Numeralla.

The Festival is free. There is no charge for camping or tickets. Accommodation is strictly camping although if you prefer a motel there are plenty available in nearby Cooma.

Just across the river is the Numeralla Diggers Hall where festival goers can enjoy cooked meals, snacks and endless cups of tea and home made cakes.
There is a barbecue and a very friendly bar.

There is a Sunday country market with live music everywhere.
Musicians gather for sessions on the verandah of the hall or in the supper room.

For more information email Fran Robertson :

fran.oakvalley@gmail.com

Kit helps out at the Numeralla Folk Music Festival Markets

Kit helps out at the Numeralla Folk Music Festival Markets

Kit plays a 4 string ukelele-a little easier than her 47 string pedal harp!

Kit plays a 4 string ukelele-a little easier than her 47 string pedal harp!

Numeralla Folk Festival is affectionately referred to as the Folkies Festival. Each year on the Australia Day long weekend musicians and others gather to celebrate music, there song, anorexia
poetry and dance while they relax in the campground at the junction of the Numeralla and Badja Rivers in the picturesque and peaceful village of Numeralla.

The Festival is free. There is no charge for camping or tickets. Accommodation is strictly camping although if you prefer a motel there are plenty available in nearby Cooma.

Just across the river is the Numeralla Diggers Hall where festival goers can enjoy cooked meals, check snacks and endless cups of tea and home made cakes.
There is a barbecue and a very friendly bar.

There is a Sunday country market with live music everywhere.
Musicians gather for sessions on the verandah of the hall or in the supper room.

For more information email Fran Robertson :

fran.oakvalley@gmail.com

POSTAL & STREET ADDRESS :

Cooma School of Music

Shop 2 Parkview Arcade

123 Sharp Street

COOMA NSW 2630

(next to Cooma Visitors Centre)

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Phone: (02) 6452 6067

Fax: (02) 6452 4938

Email: allan@coomamusic.com.au

SHOP TRADING HOURS

Monday: 10.00 am to 5.00 pm

Tuesday: 10.00 am to 5.00 pm

Wednesday: 10.00 am to 5.00 pm

Thursday: 10.00 am to 5.00 pm

Friday: 10.00 am to 5.00 pm

Saturday: 9.00 am to 12.30 pm

Sunday: Closed

4 thoughts on “Contact Us

  1. Jess

    Good morning
    I’m hoping you could help with some local talent suggestions 🙂

    We are having a wedding at Lake Crackenback Resort 9th September this year.
    We’re looking for a good sound for our reception (at Cuisine Restaurant). It’s a small wedding of around 50 guests & kids.

    The last thing we want is the music to sound like ‘an after-thought’. We have plenty of music enthusiasts attending (most of us are late 30’s early 40’s in age) and we need to avoid a loud, trashy band!

    We’re after a good vibe with dancing encouraged but not overpowering so guests are shouting to speak.
    Hoping a few local talents come to mind and you’re able to forward some suggestions. We’re open to any style.

    I look forward to hearing from you.
    Have a great day
    Jess

  2. Carolyn Ramsdale

    Hello Alan,
    I’m contacting you in regards to hosting a busking championship in Eltham. Currently we host the Eltham Jazz Food and Wine Festival which was most recently voted second best Jazz Festival in the World. The township is ideal for hosting events of this magnitude due to the layout and space afforded. I would appreciate the opportunity to further discuss the opportunity to collaborate on this event. Thankyou
    Kind Regards,
    Carolyn Ramsdale

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