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Kingston Libraries sing a different song this summer

8 January 2018

Kingston’s Libraries will be filled with the sound of music this summer and you’re invited to enjoy the free show.

Kingston Mayor Steve Staikos said the free Kingston Libraries Summer Music program was a great way to enjoy live music in your local neighbourhood.

“There’s something for everyone with classical, country, reggae music and more – and you can even join in with a drumming workshop,” Cr Staikos said.

“The music series is just one way that Kingston Libraries are engaging with the community. Today our libraries are home to modern technology including 3-D printers, colourful children’s activities, family history courses and school holiday programs.”

Guitarist and singer Oskar Proy
2.30pm-4.30pm
Sunday 7 January
Chelsea Library
No bookings required

Tidal Moon presents a mix of classical, celtic, folk and country in a unique performance.
2.30pm-4.30pm
Sunday 14 January
Cheltenham Library
Bookings required on 1300 135 668


Music in the Park with Adam Paterson

2.30pm-4.30pm
Sunday 21 January
Parkdale Library
BYO picnic rug to enjoy music in the park next to the library.
No bookings necessary.


Mojo Pearls
performs classic hists with a twist – I Will Survive in reggae style, Nirvana’s Come as You Are in Latin Style and plenty more.
2.30pm-4.30pm
Sunday 18 February
Parkdale Library
Bookings required on 1300 135 668


Dundunkan African Drumming Workshop
3pm-4pm
Sunday 25 February
Westall Library
Bookings required on 1300 135 668

 


Details: kingstonvic.gov.au/library or phone 1300 135 668

 

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