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How to book
To reserve your place for these free programs go to
Pick up a copy of our What’s On Guide from your library for more
great holiday activities.
FREE school holiday fun at your
library this September
Stories, craft and fun
2.30pm - 3.30pm
3.00pm - 4.00pm
Suitable for school aged
Dress-up Story Time
Phillip Island Library
Tuesday 27 September
Come along in your
favourite dress-up or team
colours and enjoy stories,
singing and craft.
No bookings required.
Phillip Island Library
Friday 23 September
11.00am and 1.00pm
A free movie club for kids.
Bring your own snacks and
enjoy the movie.
Graham Street, Wonthaggi Phone 5672 3593
Sessions from Saturday, September 17
to Wednesday, September 21
Bridget Jones’ Baby (M)
Daily 3.15pm and 7.45pm
Secret Life of Pets (G)
Daily 11am, 1pm and 6pm
October 7, 8 and 9
Bookings now open
What s on this week...
What s on this week...
Wondering where the long
term future lies for jazz?
Then go no further than
having a listen to this up and
coming six-piece jazz band
They have been playing to -
gether since 2014, and have
performed at the Australian
Jazz Convention, the Inver-
loch Jazz Festival, the Phillip
Island Jazz Club, and pri-
Passionately playing stan-
dards ranging from tra-
ditional jazz to swing and
bebop to bossa nova, their
music encompasses the rich
history and diverse styles
within the depth and breadth
In February 2016, the band
was professionally recorded
and produced by Bill Arm-
strong AM following their
performance at the Austra-
lian Jazz Convention.
Their debut CD is to be re-
Next Jen’s founding mem-
ber, Jennifer McCluskey, is
an experienced saxophone
player, having been noted for
her alto and baritone saxo-
Jennifer has performed
with and studied under
including James Morrison,
Jeff Clayton (USA), and
Graeme Lyall, at the James
Morrison Academy of Music.
So come along and show
your support for the long
term future of jazz.
Performance will be in the
Bass Room at Ramada Re-
sort from 2 – 5pm.
please ring Jill on 0432 814
The Next Jen Jazz Band will perform at the Phillip Island Jazz Club’s September gathering.
Jazz Club news
THE Phillip Island RSL Joey’s Kids Club is
presenting ‘Just pottering around’ kids work-
shops, on Friday September 23 in the ANZAC
Room at the Phillip Island RSL.
Children can let their imaginations go crazy
as they make their very own glow in the dark
It could be a penguin, lady bug or a scary
spider and is a cool take home treasure.
And if that’s not enough to keep them busy,
they can also design and paint their very own
herb pot and be helped to plant up to three
fresh herbs for all the family to enjoy.
The workshops are ideal for children aged
from 5 to 12 years and is only $5 for Joey’s
Kids Club members and $10 for non-member
Bookings are essential and payment must
be made at the time of booking.
Contact RSL administration on 5952 1004
during business hours.
If you are a member of the Phillip Island
RSL, make sure your child or grandchild is a
member of Joey’s Kids Club.
It’s free to join and applications are avail-
able from www.phillipislandrsl.com.au/mem-
bership/joeyskidsclub or from the venue.
Children can let their imaginations go cra-
zy as they make their very own glow in the
dark pet rock, at a series of kids workshops
being run by the Phillip Island RSL during
the school holidays.
Potter around with Joey
these school holidays
Windy Day joins Council’s art collection
URSULA Theinert’s piece
‘Windy Day’ was judged the win-
ner of the 2016 Your Art Col-
lection Award at the exhibition
opening held at the Corinella
and Community Art Centre held
The acquisitive artwork will
now join the Bass Coast Coun-
cil’s art collection.
Ms Theinhert will receive the
$6000 prize money for the work.
The collection features the
works of the winners of the four
major art exhibitions held in the
Bass Coast Shire in the past 12
They were Dianna Edwards,
who was twice a winner, at the
Inverloch Art Show on Labour
Day and at the Corinella and
District Community Centre Tra-
ditional Art Show on the Queen’s
Adrian Johnson won the Bass
Coast Artist’s Society exhibition
at Wonthaggi at Easter, and Ur-
sula Theinert won the Artist’s
Society of Phillip Island Cup
Judges were Penny Teale, Deb
Milligan and Laurie Collins.
The three judges, after careful
consideration, were unanimous
in their final choice.
Speaking on behalf of the judg-
es, Deb Milligan said judges had
been particularly impressed with
technique employed in ‘Windy
Day’, and the way in which the
painting captured the feeling of
the wind in the trees.
Ms Milligan also spoke about
the light in Diana Edwards work
and encouraged everyone to note
the superb detail especially in
the work ‘Spirit of the Island
Of Adrian Johnson’s work, she
said the judges were highly im-
pressed with the detail and the
way he captured light, and that
his work ‘Sunlight and Shadow’
The evening was enjoyed by
over 40 guests, with entertain-
ment provided by No Strings At-
Your Art Collection Award winner, Ursula Theinert, is pic-
tured with her winning piece, Windy Day, which will now be
added to Bass Coast Shire Council’s Your Art Collection.
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