November kicks off

HEADLINE ACT: Ali and the Celtic Cats - Jim, Holly, Ali and Sue.

HEADLINE ACT: Ali and the Celtic Cats - Jim, Holly, Ali and Sue.

Kendall Music Exchange:

Ali and the Celtic Cats

On Friday November 4, the Kendall Music Exchange will be welcoming “Ali and the Celtic Cats” to the stage as main guest artist.

Do you like the haunting sound of the Irish tin whistle?

Ali and the Celtic Cats will perform their traditional celtic tunes for you at the Kendall Hall, with Alison Dhu playing the Irish tin whistle, Jim on guitar, Holly on mandolin and bodhran, and Sue on djembe.

This is also a chance to thank Ali and Brian for their hard work and dedication to the Kendall Music Exchange for the last few years.

They devoted their energies to making the evening so special and giving local musicians the chance to show their talents.

The exchange has made donations to local causes and created fun evenings where the community spirit can thrive.

Join in wishing Ali and Brian all the best for their future plans as well as hear some great music.

Doors open at 6.30pm, open stage from 7pm, light supper provided and then the main act. Bring your instrument and do a couple of numbers or just come and enjoy the show.

Entry is by donation. Kendall Music Exchange operates as a not for profit community activity.

MELBOURNE CUP

The Laurieton United Services Club has put together an exciting Melbourne Cup Luncheon.

This year guests will be able to watch the race that stops a nation on the big screen. 

Attendees will be greeted at the door with a complimentary glass of champagne and entertained by Adam & the Antiques with Robbie Butler.

Robbie will be the Emcee the event and will provide guests with laughter and live music.

MELBOURNE CUP: Michelle Payne celebrates after riding Prince Of Penzance to victory in the Emirates Melbourne Cup 2015. Photo: Scott Barbour/Getty Images

MELBOURNE CUP: Michelle Payne celebrates after riding Prince Of Penzance to victory in the Emirates Melbourne Cup 2015. Photo: Scott Barbour/Getty Images

Guests will be treated to a delicious alternate drop meal and a fashion parade presented by JA Fashions.

“Our chefs have put together a menu including Parmesan Encrusted Chicken and Rolled Loin of Beef,” said assistant operations manager Rachel Mersey.

“We hope that no-one will go home empty handed on the day with lucky doors prizes and three best dressed categories.

“Our TAB betting facilities, which will be manned to assist those who require help with placing a bet. Sweeps will be on sale from Friday October 28 in the club foyer.”

The event takes place from 11am on Tuesday November 1.

Tickets are $28.95pp. Bookings are essential, contact the club on 6559 9110 to book.      

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