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    “Vocal Nosh” (Singing & soup/bread/fruit dinner): Tyers Hall, Main Road, Tyers at 5:30pm (pls arrive by 5.15) on Sun 3rd March led by Jenny Wolswinkel Vocal Nosh Entry: $10. Under 18 free.

    Diary: ♪ Tues 5 th Mar: Committee meeting at Nola’s ♪ Sun 7 th April Clubnight: Michael Waugh ♪ Sun 5th May Clubnight: “Neon Effect” ♪ Sun 2nd June Clubnight: “The New Hip” (Café Culture Series Concert) ♪ Sat 14th Sep: Ukulele Winding, Traralgon.
    Calendar of Events Around The Place:

    Sat 2nd March: Boolarra Folk Festival ♪ Sat-Sun 16th - 17th March: Melbourne Ukulele Festival, Northcote 

    Thurs 28th March at Boolarra Memorial Hall: “Festival of Small Halls” (en-route from Port Fairy Folk Festival to The National Folk Festival). Acts include Canadian trio “The Once”, John Flanagan and the final performance of “The Magentas” See for ticket sales and further info

    Sat-Sun 18th -19th May: Hills Ukulele Festival, Emerald

    Grandridge 245 – Mirboo North’s Community Choir Wed nights 7.15–9, St Mary’s Church hall (next to BP), Mirboo Nth. $15 /$12

    Singing at the Artspace – now on Tuesdays 1 – 2pm (school term times). Open singing group. Fun, easy, great songs. $12. Mirboo North Artspace, Grandridge Rd (next to the brewery)

    Mirboo North Uke players – learn to play uke or just come for a strum. Now on Tuesday 2.30 – 4pm (school term times). 2.30 is absolute beginners, 3pm is not quite beginners and 3.30pm is Smarty Pants! Come to one two or all three segments. $12 Mirboo North Artspace, Grandridge Rd (next to the brewery).
    Ukulele News - The 2019 Ukulele Lesson program is now well under way. There are almost 50 people now signed up for uke lessons across the three lesson groups. Anyone planning to still register/pay online at this stage is asked to firstly contact Di Stephens as some classes are almost full. Ph 0428 742 481 or email Ukelicious (the Ukulele performance group of the GAMC) are in the thick of rehearsals in readiness for the Melbourne Ukulele Festival on Sat 16th March, and then the HILLS Festival in Emerald later in May. It has been fantastic to see the continued interest and active participation of members and many new members to the club with the humble ukulele. Thank you to all those who have supported the program over the years and the many more who have joined our ukulele community again for 2019.
    Procedures for Emergency Warnings - At this time of the year, many of us are mindful of possible bushfire threats in our vicinity. So we thought we’d outline the GAMC policy should an emergency warning be issued which may affect our club events. This is not only applicable to bushfires, but could also include other emergencies. In the event that a “Watch and Act” Warning or an Emergency Warning is listed for Tyers on a day when GAMC is hosting an event (or for other locations where GAMC may be hosting an event), the club event will be cancelled for that day. In such circumstances, we will endeavour to advise members via email, but recommend that you tune into local ABC radio and/or for warning updates before leaving home.

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