Cumberland Gang Show’s 2017 Musical Variety performance
Four TWT readers can win double passes to an evening performance of the Cumberland Gang Show’s 2017 musical variety performance Live, Laugh and Smile on Saturday July 8 in Riverside Theatre Parramatta, corner Church & Market streets, at 7.30pm.
Get ready to Live, Laugh and Smile with the new spectacular stage show by the Scouts and Guides of Western Sydney performing at The Riverside Theatre Parramatta from Friday July 7 to Saturday July 15 during the school holidays.
In this year’s show, more than 190 Scouts and Guides including live music from a 20 piece orchestra will perform two hours of live, fast-moving, musical comedy theatre for all the family.
It’s packed with loads of fun, fantastic sets and costumes and some wonderfully catchy songs and dances.
This year will again include the “Comet” cast comprising Joey and Junior Guides aged seven-nine years old who have the opportunity to join the other cast members on stage that range from 10-40 years old.
Show includes a Bollywood tribute, a fun story about leprechauns, an unbelievable underwater sequence, and a take-off of TV renovations shows and a medley of contemporary popular songs.
A talented young cast sing, act and dance to show you how to live for the moment, laugh at the memories and put a smile on your face!
Evening shows at 7.30pm and matinees 2pm.
Tickets start from $16 for children; $22 youth/seniors and $28 adults.
All ticket prices and special deals are listed on the website: www.riversideparramatta.com.au
Premium VIP package includes a back stage tour.
Bookings Riverside Theatre Parramatta via phone 8839 3399; booking office or online www.riversideparramatta.com.au
TO WIN email: email@example.com or write your name, address and phone number on the back of an envelope and send to: TWT Cumberland Gang Show, PO Box 123, Ryde 1680. Entries close 9am Monday June 26 and winners published June 28.
A Romantic Winter Concert
Two TWT readers can win double passes to Beecroft Orchestra’s next concert A Romantic Winter on Sunday July 2 in St Albans Anglican Church, Pembroke Street, Epping at 2.30pm.
Concert will feature popular works from the classical repertoire including Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet Overture, Khachaturian’s famous adagio from Spartacus and Clair de Lune by Debussy.
Soloist is Sydney tenor Blake Parham who’ll perform a number of popular works by composers including Lehar, Mozart, Mascagni and Gluck.
Conductor is the orchestra’s musical director Joanna Drimatis.
Tickets $25/$15 at door or online http://www.thebeecroftorchestra.net.au/
TO WIN email: firstname.lastname@example.org or write your name, address and phone number on the back of an envelope and send to: TWT Beecroft Orchestra, PO Box 123, Ryde 1680. Entries close 9am Monday June 26 and winners published June 28.
Hunters Hill Bridge Club Workshop
Hunters Hill Bridge Club has arranged for Joan Butts to conduct a bridge workshop on Tuesday July 11 at the club headquarters in Crown Street Henley from 10am to 2.30pm.
In the morning session, the topic will be “Improving Your Judgment in Your Bidding” while in the afternoon session, Joan will deal with ” Keeping our Communications Open in Defence”
Joan is the Australian Bridge Federation National Training Co-ordinator and has represented Australia in World Bridge Championships.
Her passion is bridge education and she has taught thousands of people to play all over the world. Cost of workshop is $50 for Club members and $55 for visitors. A light lunch will be provided.
For more information or to book contact Carol Sheldrake 0438 619 780 or email: email@example.com
Youth Makes Art Exhibition
Youth Makes Art 2017, a public exhibition of young artists work, will be staged from Friday June 30 to Monday July 3 at St John The Baptist Church, Epping. Click on the following link http://www.eppingrotary.org.uk/page9.htm for more information and register an interest for your school or college.
Ryde Arthritis Support Group
Peer Educator Penny Plumbe from COTA NSW is guest speaker when Ryde Arthritis Support Group meets on Thursday June 22 at Ryde Eastwood Leagues Club at 1pm.
She’ll talk on the topic: “Your Wellbeing Your Plan” which will be helpful to many people.ÊVisitors welcome. Inquiries Doris 9817 7470.
Evening VIEW Club dinner
Macquarie Ryde Evening VIEW Club will hold a dinner meeting next Tuesday June 27 at Ryde Eastwood Leagues Club.
Dinner served at 6.45pm in the dining room followed by monthly meet. VIEW Club is open to all women and new members most welcome. Inquiries Jan 9807 6280.
Blue Mountains Kids Camp
For over 50 years North Ryde Christian Church has run a Kids Holiday Camp.
An action-packed week is planned from Sunday July 2 to Friday July 7 in the Blue Mountains for Years 3-6 including sports, games, swimming, flying fox, craft, music and Bible stories.
Staying in modern accommodation with a great group of leaders, the kids will have a week to remember. For more information contact Sarah on 0401 849 286 or see northrydechurch.org/kidscamp
Auxiliary Excursion to Powerhouse Museum
Gladesvillle RSL Women’s Auxiliary have organised an excursion to the Powerhouse Museum at Castle Hill on Thursday July 13.
Cost $25 includes light lunch. Bus departs from Gladesville RSL car park at 9.30am. Inquiries Enid 9637-6139.
Ryde Biggest Morning Tea raises $12,000
Organisers of the recent Biggest Morning Tea at Holy Cross College Ryde would like to thank all who helped make the event a tremendous success.
More than $12,000 was raised for Cancer Council NSW. The present committee is stepping down and volunteers young and old are needed to keep this great community event ongoing. For details contact Peg Saunders 0407 889 497 or Barbara Thiele 9809 4411.
TJM Jewellery demonstration
Gladesville RSL Women’s Auxiliary will hold a TJM Jewellery demonstration on Wednesday June 28 in the Sunset Lounge at Gladesville RSL Community Club, Linsley Road, Gladesville at 10.30am.
Cost $6 includes light lunch, lucky door prize and a raffle.
Jazz Afternoon at Carisbrook House
Carisbrook Historic House at 334 Burns Bay Road Lane Cove will hold a Wine and Cheese Jazz Afternoon this Sunday June 25 from 3pm to 5.30pm.
Tickets $25 all inclusive. It will be a fun afternoon from 3pm featuring the Delta Jazz Band. Also included in the cost is a conducted tour of the interior of Carisbrook. You can experience this beautifully restored house and see what it was like to live in the 1880s during a time when there were no iPads, telephones or televisions. The gardens are also a joy to wander through.
Parking off Waterview Drive.You can book online at Trybookings https://www.trybooking.com/276387, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0418 276 365.
Your Chamber of Commerce Meets
EPPING: Chamber inquiries President Tony Hackett 9869-8900; 0418 413 226 or secretary Betty Ockerlander 8876-5888.
EASTWOOD: Meet second Monday each month. Next meeting July 10. Inquiries president Vic Tagg 0412 369 510 or secretary Steve Colquhoun 9874-0221.
GLADESVILLE: Meet third Tuesday each month. Next meeting July 18. Inquiries President Yvonne Dornan 9817-3180; Reg Cain 0419 193 465.
RYDE/MACQUARIE PARK: Meet first Monday each month. Joint meeting with Ryde Business Forum. Next meeting July 3. Inquiries secretary Helen Crouch 9888-3380; email@example.com or website: rydemacquarieparkchamber.com.au
WEST RYDE: Meet fourth Wednesday each month. Next meeting June 28. Inquiries President Nora Etmekdjian 0417 699 955.
DRUMMOYNE: Meet first Wednesday each month. Next meeting July 5. Inquiries President Norelle Seymour 0427 074 848; Secretary Alex Elliott 0438 774 323 or Vice President Paul Harcombe 0438 089 900.
RYDE BUSINESS FORUM: Business After Hours Monday July 3 @ WiSE Specialist Emergency Clinic, 33-39 Talavera Road Macquarie Park from 5.30pm to 7pm. Inquiries Marcella Letteri 9952 8498.