High fives to all of you who popped by our stall during Saturday’s Shoreshocked Festival.
It was great to see so many of our gig buddies and volunteers in attendance as North Sydney’s St Leonards Park rocked to the sounds of Art of Sleeping, Hockey Dad, E^st, ADKOB, Capewolf, Morning TV, The Dissolutes and Jester.
In addition to debuting our chocolate wheel, Instagram pop up and graffiti wall (above), we had one gig buddy and over ten new volunteers sign up, along with potentially lining up a radio interview (more to come on the latter). Jo’s cupcakes (below) also went down a treat.
Attention now turns to our next social shindig, taking place in less than two weeks time. On Sunday May 1st we’re heading to the Shire to watch Cronulla Sharks take on Brisbane Broncos.
Tickets for the game, which will be going out live on Channel Nine, are at the discounted rate of $17.50 each (normal concession tickets start at $20.39 and adult prices are $25); we’ve reserved our own seating area with room for 60 footy fans and in addition to the main event, which starts at 4pm, we’ll also be watching the youth match (along with getting a bite to eat in the Sharkies League Club), and afterwards we’ll be returning to the clubhouse to check out live band Steve Hart & The All Stars.
We’ll be catching the 12.39 train from Central Station (platform 23), arriving at Woolooware Station at 13.39. For those joining us on the train from Central we will be meeting outside the Eddie Avenue entrance (see below) at 12.15pm. For those getting the train from elsewhere we will meet outside Woolooware Station at 13.45 and then walk to Shark Park, arriving at approximately 2pm.
If you have any questions or would like to RSVP your spot for what will be a great day’s entertaining, get in touch with us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at the office on: 02 9419 6951
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