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Spring Equinox Celebration at Ecobotanica

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Spring Equinox Celebration at Ecobotanica

Time: September 24, 2016 from 5pm to 9pm
Location: Linda Brennan's garden
City/Town: Capalaba
Website or Map: http://www.ecobotanica.com.au…
Phone: Linda 0732063676
Event Type: celebration
Organized By: Linda Brennan
Latest Activity: Apr 10, 2016

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Event Description

Sat 24 September 5.00-9pm

Spring Equinox Celebration at Ecobotanica

$15 per head for adults school aged children free.

2015 was such a great success we want to do it all again.

So, we'll start at 5pm with drumming in a circle where you can get your rhythms going, and roll on with bush dancing and music.

Of course the labyrinth will be available for candlelight walking too.

Please join us. Numbers are limited so get your name down early. 

What you need to bring:

A picnic dinner for yourselves to enjoy in the garden.

Seats/rugs We'll have some hay bales, but you may like to bring your own picnic rug or comfy chair too. Tea and coffee is supplied.

Bring $15 cash per adult to pay at the gate, but you will need to book first so we know who to expect as we have a cap on numbers. So, book by email or call 32063676

This year we have a superb Aussie band called the Rock Wallabies playing jaunty tunes and calling the bush dances for us. 

Here's some info on this terrific band of rollicking guys...

 

Providing a rich vocal harmony with a variety of instruments that includes guitars, fiddle, Bagpipes, whistles, Banjo and bass, along with sequenced keyboards and drums. “Rock Wallabys” can pick from their extensive list of tunes to create either an easy listening lay back mood, through to a focused, and enthusiastic performance, which includes lots of audience involvement. Featuring both Australian and Celtic folk music with songs from artists such as: Van Morrison, Paul Kelly, Kristy Moore, Eric Bogle, The Furies, Redgum, and John Williamson, as well as Aussie bush ballads, Irish, and Scottish reels, and jigs, and Rock ‘N’ Roll to give people a show they’ll never forget.
 
The “Rock Wallabys have many years experience in running bush dances with a caller, so that everyone will be quickly dancing like an expert. The band pride themselves on getting everyone up on the dance floor and enjoying themselves, in the Aussie style.

CLick here for a link to the video from 2015

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