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South Coast Leisure Times : Winter 2012
Shellharbour & Jamberoo 14 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au It's just a 10 minute picturesque country road drive to the Jamberoo School of Arts Hall which will be pumping with exotic, fiery classical rhythm ... Sat16Juneat7pm- with Simon - Martyn- Ellis Expect the fiery fandango rhythms of Spain tempered by the elegance of Haydn, Hagen and Vivaldi, with special arrangements for guitar and lute. Sun17Juneat2pm- This award winningYouth Orchestra will perform a programme of stunning classics from Australia and International orchestral repertoire. Book on line www.wollcon.com.au/events or Jameroo Elders Real Estate, 4236 0891 In aid ofThe Royal Flying Doctor Service. The iconic Jamberoo pub and Country club can provide good meals and refreshments. mus c n amberoo is a popular day out destination to eat, shop and explore. Still retaining its village charm, there is plenty to do and the kids love the playground and parklands down by the harbour.There's a great variety of fashion boutiques, cafes, restaurants and of course the famous award winning Ocean Beach Hotel. For some healthy exercise there are excellent walk ways around the foreshores to the beach and Bass Point reserve, or maybe a game of golf atThe Links Shellcove.You can hire everything you need or have a lesson. Shellharbour village, renowned for its fashion boutiques, cafes, beaches and golf. relax by the harbour The Ro o Children'sTheatre presents J.M Barries timeless classic, Peter Pan. Directed ny Josif Jovanovski & Cathy Moses. Come and join Peter, Wendy, John, Michael and the Lost Boys as they battle the villianous Captain Ho ok. Shows 7.30pm nightly extra 1.30pm matinee Sat. Dire cted by Martin Mo ore Co Directed by Jean Ogilvie Produced by Chris Micallef A divorced slob invites a group of the boys over for cards. One of the guests, who happens to be very meticulous and tense, has just been separated from his wife. 'Calendar Girls' Directed by Cathy Moses When Annie's husband John dies of leukaemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They manage to persuade four fellow WI member to pose nude with them for an 'alternative' calendar. S Ocean Beach Hotel. Meet you at the ... Addison Street, Shellharbour Village Open 7 days ~ Phone 4296 1399 Check out our menus and facilities online www.oceanbeachhotel.com.au For that alfresco lunch or dinner by the sea! Ocean Beach Hotel SHELLHARBOUR • Live entertainment • Lounges & bars • Restaurant 2264544 New Shellharbour Visitor Centre - open 7 days Cnr Addison & Wenworth Street, Shellharbour Village Book online at www.tourismshellharbour.com.au Call for a free visitors guide • Phone 02 4221 6169 or 1300 656 169 2236212