ENJOY: SeaSide Singers Jenny Quirk and Jeanette Antrum at Tomaree Library and Community Centre, Salamander Bay. Picture: Stephen Wark
THE SeaSide Singers are calling on lovers of music who are aged 60 and above to book their spots as soon as possible to its free Senior’s Week concert .
The community choir has only 100 spots available to its Friday, March 20, concert, which will be held from 2pm in the auditorium of the Tomaree Community and Library Centre at Salamander Bay.
The concert, titled Let’s Make Music Together, was made possible after the SeaSide Singers received a small amount of money through the NSW Seniors Week grants program.
“The focus this year is on participation,” the group’s president, Jeanette Antrum OAM, said.
“There will be a lot of fun as the choir will be supplying instruments to the audience and encouraging them to sing along to some of the better known tunes during the afternoon.”
The concert also includes afternoon tea.
A gold coin donation towards the cost of the catering would be appreciated, Ms Antrum said.
The choir encourages residents aged 60 and above to sing, play music and continue their interest in music while making friends.
Bookings are essential and can be made by calling Antrum on 4984 6483 before March 13.
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