Celebrate in style
Saturday night Music & Fireworks sponsored by Telstra Countrywide
For a gold coin donation, make your way up to Bacchus Hill Winery for a fun-filled evening on Saturday 17th November, 2012
Bring the family, a picnic blanket and even a picnic basket! (no byo alcohol permitted).
Set yourself up on the lawn area beneath the winery, and enjoy the best views available of the Bacchus Marsh valley and township. Enjoy live rock n roll music and a relaxed evening with family and friends as you gaze across the valley awaiting the breathtaking fireworks specactular at 9pm.
Live music featuring Johnny Stingray & the Wanderers 7.30-10.30pm
Lawn area Fireworks viewing entry from 5pm - everyone welcome.
Gold coin donation at the gate to be donated to a local charity.
BYO picnic blanket or deck chairs to sit on.
The evenings can be chilly after the sun goes down, so bring a jacket or blanket just in case.
Drinks at bar prices from the al fresco bar. Dinner bookings also available. For dinner bookings, please enquire directly with Bacchus Hill Winery*Fireworks will go ahead, rain, or shine. However in the event of a total fire ban we will be unable to conduct the fireworks show.
Further enquiries: Contact Public Relations Officer, Allan Comrie on 0409-211290
On display at Bacchus Hill Winery, will be some handmade jewelry.
Come along and browse some beautiful handmade jewelery from Myriad Beads.
As the designer and creator of Myriad Beads Jewelry, it gives me a great deal of joy and fulfillment to create each and every piece. I have always enjoyed creative hobbies, working with texture and colour, so initially was swept off my feet with beads in a gorgeous 1 day class working with seed beads 5 years ago. I have been designing and creating jewelry ever since and have displayed and sold my pieces at local galleries, markets and on-line via www.zibbet.com and www.madeit.com.au
Always on the lookout for focal beads around which to construct my designs, I came upon the stunning and unique works of art that those in polymer clay (PC) are achieving and now hooked. I love exploring the myriad possibilities of this fascinating and exciting medium .
Keryn Wells of Myriad Beads