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Arts Alive

The Eurobodalla (St Cecilia) Youth Music Scholarships AGM will be held at BayLink Batemans Bay Community Room, Tuesday 5 March, 9.30am; a non-religious community group incorporated in NSW and registered as a Charity with the ACNC and ATO. Should anyone wish to join the organisation and committee, which recognises the disadvantages that local music students face when compared with their metropolitan counterparts — contact Chris Heazlewood on 0417532358 or

South East Arts has announced its popular quarterly-networking event in the Eurobodalla at 3/4 Hopkins Place, Narooma, on Thursday 7 March for a light lunch to network with fellow artists, arts workers, teachers and volunteers from around the region; catching up with information on grants, as well as arts development, events and projects in the region. People from all arts practices, including musicians, dancers, painters, teachers, writers and craftspeople are invited to attend. Creative businesses, cultural institutions, schools, councils, clubs, groups and visiting artists from other regions are welcome too. Bookings are essential and lunch is included in the cost — more info 64920711 or

The string trio ‘Three Piece Suite’ will present a celebration of French music featuring diverse French born and bred and adopted composers, drawing on 500 years of Gallic music. At St John's Anglican Church, Page St, Moruya, Sunday 17 March, 4pm; adults $25, children $5 — more info 44742469 or

A reminder of Art Central’s Term 1 classes at 24 Church Street Moruya, will extend to 5 April, and includes: Aboriginal art, airbrush painting, art with Nick, beginners to advanced guitar lessons, art therapy for wellbeing, art for kids, painting and drawing with Lesley, handmade books and printing — and pottery on Saturdays. For more info and/or to book, contact Kerry Strange at Art Central on 44743123 or

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