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A Hint Of Christmas
There’s something in the air, there’s hope everywhere, that’s A Hint of Christmas coming with Tasmanian Song Company!
Before all the hustle and bustle of Christmas takes over, relax with Tasmanian Song Company and friends singing new songs, old favourites and a hint of Christmas songs.
Musical Director, Matthew Ives is excited about the star studded line up that joins the choir for the ‘Hint of Christmas’ concert on Sunday 26 November at 3pm.
“With an Andrews Sisters tribute from Eleanor Webster, Blythe Tait, and Di Richards, a Manhattan Transfer style group with Matthew Ives, Eleanor Webster, Blythe Tait, and David Abbott, and the barbershop quartet from St Virgil’s College, The Eddies, the vocal gifts will be aplenty” Matthew said.
President Maree Richards said that the choir is excited about performing at The Sepulchre, a new venue in the heart of Hobart.
“The Sepulchre is a divine derelict, heritage-listed, gothic church at 47 Davey Street, Hobart that will produce a spine tinging sound guaranteed to please.
“With our brilliant accompanist Thomas Misson on piano, we will also have bass and drums, and everyone will be singing along with us to those Christmas carols we know and love in this beautiful new performance space:
“A varied program of accompanied and a cappella numbers includes A Round of Three Country Dances, O Come O Come Emmanuel, White Christmas, Java Jive, Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, Walking In The Air and much more” Maree explained.
Tickets from https://www.trybooking.com/
More details: www.tasmaniansongcompany.org.
Release – His Love and Glory
An evening with Passion Translation Author Brian and Candice Simmons. November 30 2017
Dr. Brian Simmons is known as a passionate lover of God. After a dramatic conversion to Christ, Brian knew that God was calling him to go to the unreached people of the world and present the gospel of God’s grace to all who would listen. With his wife Candice and their three children, they spent eight years in the tropical rain forest of the Darien Province of Panama as a church planter, translator, and consultant. Brian was involved in the Paya-Kuna New Testament translation project. He studied linguistics and Bible translation principles with New Tribes Mission. After their ministry in the jungle, Brian was instrumental in planting a thriving church in New England (U.S.), and now travels full time as a speaker and Bible teacher.
He is currently the lead translator for The Passion Translation Project which will produce a new, dynamic version of the Bible that promises to shape the spirituality of coming generations.
Start is at 7pm at CityLight Church in Kingston, 150 Redwood Road Kingston.
No registration needed.
Snug Cricket Club invites all our members, family and friends to Join us for a night of homemade curry and laughs with our special guest Melbourne stand-Up comedian Evan Hocking!! Curry will be available for $5 per person from 7pm until the commencement of the show. There will be a $150 CASH lucky door prize given out on the night! Early bird tickets from $15 so get in early and save!!!! Tickets available at the clubrooms via cash or eftpos, or you can contact Aaron Schwesinger (0457298813) (firstname.lastname@example.org
Snug Cricket Club invites all our members, family and friends to Join us at the club (End of Beach Rd Snug, 7054) for a night of homemade curry and laughs with our special guest Melbourne stand-Up comedian Evan Hocking!!
Curry will be available for $5 per person from 7pm until the commencement of the show.
There will be a $150 CASH lucky door prize given out on the night!
Early bird tickets from $15 so get in early and save!!!! Increase to $20 after Nov 1st.
Tickets available at the clubrooms via cash or eftpos, or you can contact Aaron Schwesinger (0457298813) (email@example.com
Hope to see everybody there for what promises to be a fantastic night for all involved!
Santa’s Jetty Run
Santa is doing a event for the children of hobart Santa will be on his boat going down the Derwent River stopping at 6 stops giving lollies and asking for donations all donations will be officially donated to the childrens ward at the royal hobart hospital
On the 2nd of December 1st stop old beach jetty at 11:45
Austin’s ferry jetty at 12:20
gilbins reserve at 12:50
geilston bay jetty at 1:30
montagu bay at 2pm
and Bridgewater jetty at 2:50
Christmas Lights and Carols in Beltana Park 7:30pm- 9:00pm Beltana Park, Lindisfarne
Flourish Festival of Ideas Workshop
December 5th, 6th and 7th
WE ALL KNOW THE PROBLEMS – YOU HAVE IDEAS – LET’S TRANSFORM THEM INTO ACTION TOGETHER.
This festival is a fun, practical and action oriented 3 days. It offers you the opportunity to work with others to identify and reframe the mental health challenges you are passionate about influencing. The hands on activities will help you visualize and brainstorm new possibilities, practically experiment with them, and test their usefulness in either your own life or the lives of people who experience mental distress.
To apply for a spot at the festival, please complete a copy of the application form available at: https://form.jotform.co/
Once completed, please email your application form to firstname.lastname@example.org or post to:
PO Box 4836
Bathurst St. PO
Hobart, TAS 7000
Carols in Richmond 6:00pm-9:00pm Dec8 on the Village Green
Meli Melo Christmas Concert
The Meli Melo Choir present their Christmas Concert. on Saturday 9 December at 2.30pm. in St. John the Baptist church, Bowden Street, Glenorchy. Alpine and French Horn Ensemble, Vocal Group and Soloists.
Entry by donation, includes light refreshments. Proceeds support students at Don Bosco Technical School, Biratnagar, Nepal. Contact Jo 0419 510 014.
When ceremony meets tradition, our hearts erupt in silent fireworks. From music and voice in the soundshell, dance and sing-alongs on the grass and creative happenings in the Holiday Village through to the tiny flames we shelter together in the shared 1 Minute of Silence just before dark and the parade of lanterns, the 2017 Glenorchy Carols will give us moments that make us laugh, make us gasp, make us hold our breath, and might even make us take each other’s hands for the coming year.
This year’s line-up of performers includes a combined school choir, local band the Bootleg Gin Sluggers, the Tasmanian Song Company, the Glenorchy City Concert Brass band, and Group Noise – just to name a few. Follow us on facebook and stay tuned as more performers are announced.
Glenorchy Carols – A Not So Silent Night 2017