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COWES PRIMARY SCHOOL
Exciting rides... Hope to see you there!
177 Settlement Road, Cowes
BBQ, hot food
Cow Pat Lotto
Large variety of stalls
Homemade cake stall
Show bags - lucky dips
A fun day for all the family with all our old favourites:
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CNR Thompson Avenue & The Esplanade
Cowes, Phillip Island - 5952 2060
SO GET IN QUICK!
DJ’s until 2am
Get tickets via EVENTBRITE.COM.AU
(Contact HOTEL DIRECTLY FOR THIS)
(front two rows)
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SATURDAY, MARCH 11
What s on this week...
What s on this week...
WITHOUT doubt, the 80s
has been the most memo-
rable and massive decade of
Direct from the 80s and the
Australian ‘Countdown Era’
these idols of the oz music
scene are touring in 2017 in
one big show!
The Absolutely 80s Band
features some of Australia’s
favourite pop icons: Uncan-
ny X Men’s Brian Mannix,
Kids in the Kitchen’s Scott
Carne and Boom Crash Op-
era’s Dale Ryder. They play
all of their big hits including
‘Everybody Want to Work’,
‘Change in Mood’,
, ‘Best Thing’ and
loads more chart-toppers.
‘The 1Louder Tour’ marks
11 years of touring for this
To quote the infamous Ni-
gel Tufnel, ‘guitar rock god’
from ‘This Is Spinal Tap’:
“This guitar amp goes up to
And that’s exactly what
the brand new Absolutely
80s show does – it’s going to
push the limits of fun, excite-
ment, energy and great Aus-
sie music over the edge!
It’s a high octane two hour
show with Australia’s biggest
80s hits, sung by the guys
that sang’em back then.
On your radio and on
These are the guys that
Molly was talking about
when he said: “Do yourself
a favour and go buy their re-
They’re the real deal.
Sure, they’ve been around
but that’s what makes them
so damn good!
So, get ready to rock!
It’s time to get loud, get
sweaty and get dancing as
the hottest 80s show in the
country, the Absolutely 80s
‘1 Louder Tour’ amps the dial
up to 11! The Absolutely 80s
1 Louder Tour comes to the
Westernport at San Remo on
Saturday March 11.
Absolutely 80s Band out to
celebrate 11 years of touring
The Absolutely 80s Band features some of Australia’s fa-
vourite pop icons: Uncanny X Men’s Brian Mannix, Kids in
the Kitchen’s Scott Carne, and Boom Crash Opera’s Dale Ry-
der. And the great news is that The Absolutely 80s 1 Louder
Tour is coming to the Westernport at San Remo, and playing
all of their big hits, on Saturday, March 11.
THE next meeting of the Phillip Island and District
Historical Society will feature a talk by the co-ordinator
of the Friends of Scenic Estate Reserve, John Eddy, ti-
tled: “Phillip Island’s Scenic Estate Reserve - Past, Pres-
ent and Future”.
This is the island’s newest reserve, but has quite a his-
tory which John has researched, and also a very active
Friends group, and plans for the future of the reserve.
The meeting will be held at 2.30pm on Wednesday,
March 8 at the Cultural Centre Conference Room 1.
Afternoon tea will be served after the meeting. All
welcome. Enquiries phone the secretary, Christine
Grayden, 5956 8501.
Noon flower blooming at Scenic Estate Reserve.
Photo: Jye Anderson.
Scenic Estate history
Inverloch Jazz Festival
celebrates its 24th year
THE organisers are very excited about the
upcoming 24th Inverloch Jazz Festival, which
will be held at Inverloch over the Labour Day
Weekend, on March 10, 11, 12 and 13.
It promises to be a great occasion.
The festival is a not for profit community
based event, sponsored by Bass Coast Shire
Council, the Inverloch Community Bendigo
Bank and local businesses, running from Fri-
day night to Monday’s Free Big Band picnic,
and featuring the Admirals’ Own (The Royal
The three main venues are The Community
Centre, Warrawee Senior Citizens Club and the
The Saturday Parade, organised by Inver-
loch Rotary, is a highlight of this annual event,
known for colourful cars, participants and ban-
ners. Music for the parade will be provided by
The Wonthaggi Citizens’ Band.
The Invy Horn Jam will provide music prior
to the parade.
Senator Derryn Hinch will help with the judg-
There is also a Rotary Saturday Market in the
There will be about 40 bands, bringing great
music from many jazz genres.
The line-up includes South Gippsland trad
band The Wonderdogs, Jake Amy and the
Groove Hunters from Phillip Island, as well as
Sarah Maclaine, one of Bert Newton’s favourite
singers, Pippa Wilson, Anita Harris, also Berna-
do Soler, international guitarist of renown, Ron
Anderson, saxophone player who has formerly
played with Shirley Bassey, Allan Smith, drum-
mer in various TV backing orchestras and stage
shows and a host of others.
You can look forward to a great event for the
For information and ticketing visit www.in-
verlochjazzfestival.com, find the event on Face-
book or phone Clive on 5678 8041.
Singer Sarah Maclaine is part of a line-up
of wonderful artists who will perform at the
Inverloch Jazz Festival.
PHILLIP Island’s Barb Martin Bush-
bank does a great job of propagating
many of the island’s indigenous plants.
These can be purchased at the Bush-
bank which is located next to the Koala
Conservation Centre on the Phillip Is-
land Tourist Road.
And there’s never been a better time
to visit the Bushbank than this weekend
when they holding their annual open
It’s a time when those looking to re-
fresh their gardens and prospective
volunteer helpers can come along and
check it out.
More helpers are always needed so
please if you are interested come along
on one of the open days and learn about
the nursery or phone 0407 348 807 for
The Bushbank has two open days, the
first weekend of March, Saturday 4 and
Sunday 5, from 9.30am to 3pm. Come
along and see the wonderful variety of
local plants available.
day this weekend
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