You are invited to yarn at…
Stories on the hill @ Nowa Nowa Hall
Nowa Nowa Hall Saturday 22 October, 2016
2.00 p.m. till 10.00 p.m. SUPPER PROVIDED
connecting stories – come to one or both
an afternoon and evening of old stories with new insights
Afternoon Session – 2.00 – 5.00pm
2.00 – Welcome – Wayne Thorpe – Cultural educator and dancer
Graham Sheil’s particular interest is mythical stories within a contemporary setting. Graham has had more than 100 short stories and plays published many in Pascoe Publishing.
3.00 – Bruce Pascoe – East Gippsland author will talk about his writing and game changing journey that led to his award winning book Dark Emu. He will also discuss his new book – Mrs Whitlam – a children’s story of a beautiful Clydesdale.
Afternoon Tea and conversation.
Evening Session – 7.00 – 10.00 pm
7.00 Jan Wositzky – presents his breezy and brilliant piece of troubadour theatre The Go Between – a retelling of William Murrungurk Buckley – the white man who went black and came back.
9.30 – Supper and conversation – what these stories mean today
Tickets available at Trybooking https://www.trybooking.com/MQTRT
or Just Books: Lakes Entrance/Bairnsdale
Tickets – Afternoon session – $10.00 (under 12 free) Evening session – $20.00 (under 12 free)
Both Sessions – $25.00 come to one or both connecting stories
email@example.com or 5155 7218
Dinner options – Book at Mingling Waters (5155 7247) or cook at Nowa Nowa Camp Park
Accommodation – book at NN C’ Park www.nowanowa.com
or Mingling Waters C’ Park www.minglingwaters.com
Presented by The Centre for Rural Communities Inc. with East Gippsland Network of Neighbourhood Houses
Supported by Gippsland Writers; Just Books;Lakes Entrance and Bairnsdale, Nowa Nowa Camping & Caravan Park. OTHER SUPPORTERS WELCOME 5155 7218 (Contact Helen Sheil or Neil Smith)
http://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/2016/02/01/4397892.htm (audio Bruce Pascoe)
Further information via Stories on the Hill facebook page