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Arts Alive

Art Central will hold an afternoon tie-dying workshop on Friday 29th March 2019 from 1pm – 3pm. Tie-dying is a popular activity and you only need to bring along a white cotton T-Shirt or something to print on. The cost is $10 per person. Bookings are essential — more info 44743123 or Lots on at Art Central with spaces still, except for Pottery; great opportunities to learn something new!

Moruya Community Film Group will screen ‘The Insult’ at St Mary's Performing Arts Centre, Queen St, Moruya, Saturday 30 March, 7.30pm for 8pm; membership available at the door —

The Red Door Theatre Company presents Magical Moments Radio Show. This 1930s style radio review performance includes two one-act plays with live music from Stafford Ray & the Moonlighters. Get in the mood and come dressed in 1930s fashion, win a prize for the best outfit. Moruya Golf Club, Saturday 30 March, 2pm and 7pm; Central Tilba, Small Community Hall, Saturday 6 April, 7pm; Narooma Kinema, Sunday 7 April, 1pm and Broulee St Peter's Anglican College, Sunday 14 April, 2pm — cost at all venues $20 or Concession $15 ~ more info at

Deep River Choir invites you to the next community sing with Daniel Bennett at Moruya Scout Hall, Shore St, Moruya, Sunday 31 March, 3pm-5pm; $10 per person, 16 years and under / 80 years and over free — more info 0475402174 or

The 2019 River of Art invites artists to enter their work in this year’s festival Art Prize at SoArt Gallery Narooma; applications close Saturday 20 April. Artists may submit works on the online application form, or download the form at scanned and emailed with images attached to , or posted to River of Art Prize, PO Box 117 Bodalla NSW 2545. Payment must accompany the application to finalise the entry by the due date — more info 0490791037.

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