Maisie’s Choir Summer Lovin’ and Wine Press 2017

 

WINE PRESS 2017

 

The Science of Fiction

Cris Kennedy will lead conversations with authors at the beautiful Eden Road Wines estate in Murrumbateman.
Meet Dr LJM Owen, Karen Viggers and Scott Baker in an intimate conversation about writing, science, fiction and
their own processes during an afternoon at Eden Road Wines.

19 November 2017
Eden Road Wines
3182 Barton Hwy, Murrumbateman NSW 2582
1pm – 4pm

This free event has been created as part of the Southern
Tablelands Science Hub.

Please book for catering purposes.

Books will be available for purchase on the day.

Booking: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/wine-press-2018-tickets-38825637527

LJM Owen: L.J. is a Canberra-based author, archaeologist and librarian. L.J. incorporates human genetics, forensic science and ancient women’s history in her Canberra-set crime series Dr Pimms, Intermillennial Sleuth. Following on from Olmec Obituary (2015) and Mayan Mendacity (2016), L.J. will publish the third book in the series, Egyptian Enigma, in 2018.

Karen Viggers: Karen is a wildlife veterinarian and best-selling author of contemporary fiction. Her work
incorporates her passion for science and the natural world, and explores challenging environmental issues such
as whale strandings, the ethics of wildlife rescue and kangaroo culling.
Karen has published three novels: The Stranding, The Lightkeeper’s Wife and
The Grass Castle.

Scott Baker: Scott Baker is a writer and film maker who has recently returned from middle earth, working on – ‘The Hobbit.’ From a young age, Scott was a storyteller, making up elaborate reasons why he wasn’t able to tidy his room when confronted by a skeptical mother. ‘The Rule of Knowledge’ is Scott’s first novel. He is currently working on the development of two feature films and his second novel.

Maisie’s Choir Summer Lovin’ Concert

featuring The Dante Musica Viva Choir from Canberra.

Free concert at the Yass Soldiers Memorial Hall.

Featuring Maisie’s Choir and the Kitchen Band and The Dante Musica Viva Choir from Canberra.

Yass Soldiers Memorial Hall

Saturday 18th November 2017

1pm for a 1.30 start

Free

Please book: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/maisies-choir-summer-lovin-concert-tickets-38825865208 

Maisie’s Choir

Maisie’s Choir is a creative ageing project initiated by Southern Tablelands Arts. The Choir has about 30 core members and meets every Tuesday morning at 10am – 12pm at the Yass Soldiers Club. The choir was established in 2015 and is now funded by the participants who pay a small fee ($50 per term) towards employing a choir leader on to coach them towards being better singers. Maisie’s Choir meets for fun, community and well being. The choir welcomes all ages and singing levels.

For more information contact Lillie on 4823 4407 or [email protected]

Dante Musica Viva Choir

The Dante Musica Viva was formed under the direction of Francesco Sofo in early 2005. It has grown tremendously since then. The DMV is made up of members of the Dante Alighieri Society of Canberra, whose love of Italian language and music has led them to share this passion with others through song. The DMV is supported by members of Canberra’s Mandolin Orchestra and other local musicians, led by musical director Francesco Sofo, and jointly conducted by Francesco Sofo and Saverio Palma. The choir sings all types of Italian music, ranging from traditional folk pieces to opera arias.

For more information contact 02 6247 1884 or [email protected]

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