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Arts Alive

Moruya Community Film Group's next film, 'Post Cards from the Edge,' will screen at St Mary’s Performing Arts Centre, Queen Street, Moruya, Saturday 17 November, 7.30pm start. A substance-addicted actress tries to look on the bright side even as she is forced to move back in with her mother to avoid unemployment. Cost of membership (available at the door): $35 for six months or $60 for a 12 months — film details — more info 0427773137 or

Be entertained by talented young musicians from the St Cecilia Youth Music Scholarships 2018 Annual Concert at St Bernard's Catholic Church, 2 David Avenue, Batehaven, Sunday 18 November, 3.30 pm; outstanding performances by the finalists, and the presentation of this year’s awards valued at $5,700. Share conversations with the performers over refreshments; adults $10, youth 18 years and under are free, tickets available at the door — more info Marion Roubos-Bennett 0417267771 or

BLUE: the songs of Joni Mitchell performed by Queenie van de Zandt, accompanied by Max Lambert, Kate Burke & Robyn Martin at St Bernard's Catholic Church, Sunday 25 November, 2.30pm; tickets $20 to $25 and can be purchased from South East Arts — — more info Kate Howarth 64920711 or

Students in years 10, 11 and 12 in Eurobodalla and Bega Valley Shires are encouraged to submit an essay for the chance to win some amazing prizes in the ‘Christmas Holiday Writing Challenge.’ The top prize is $500, second prize is $100 and third prize is one of five sets of books from NLA Publishing. Your essay should be about ‘Growing Up in the 1950s and 1960s’ and should be a maximum of 2,000 words. Winning essays will also be published in South Coast History Society's Recollections history magazine — more info from South Coast History Society on 0448160852 or

Visit the ‘Creative Arts Batemans Bay Exhibition’ for drinks, nibbles and meet the artists; Wednesday 26 December to Sunday 13 January, 10am to 4pm at Batemans Bay High School, 2 George Bass Drive, Batehaven — more info Sheryl Miller 0424953789 or

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