Brunch and brass com­bine

Isis Town and Country - - News -

THE Woodgate Com­mu­nity Events Inc has ini­ti­ated some­thing new for this year’s Brunch and Brass at the Park.

To celebrate the Woodgate RSL’s new me­mo­rial, event or­gan­is­ers have ded­i­cated the event to the con­tri­bu­tion from the lo­cal ser­vice peo­ple.

The Brunch and Brass is on Sun­day morn­ing in the park be­side the Woodgate Com­mu­nity Hall from 9.30am un­til noon, with a free con­cert.

Clem Soppa will lead the per­for­mance with lo­cal band Clem and Co.

Born and bred in Bund­aberg, Clem has al­ways been in­ter­ested and ac­tive in mu­sic.

Jazz mu­sic has played a par­tic­u­lar role af­ter he did his clas­si­cal mu­sic train­ing with the sax­o­phone.

Josh Nurse, of Woodgate Com­mu­nity Events, said Woodgate was the re­gion’s best kept se­cret and this event was a great way to recog­nise the lo­cal ser­vice peo­ple and show­case the best the re­gion had to of­fer.

“Wak­ing up to break­fast with the best beach views and our lo­cal res­i­dents, the kan­ga­roos, is pretty hard to top,” he said.

Woodgate Arts in Spring starts on Fri­day, with cham­pagne at the of­fi­cial open­ing of the Art­Plus Woodgate Art Ex­hi­bi­tion from 6pm.

Af­ter soak­ing in the beauty of Woodgate in the morn­ing, Satur­day af­ter­noon is set for the free Con­cert in the Park fea­tur­ing the In­ter­city Jazz Band.

Af­ter the Brunch and Brass event on Sun­day, round off the mas­sive week­end by vis­it­ing the mar­kets that stop the Es­planade.

The free Fam­ily Mar­ket Day fea­tures more than 150 stalls, open­ing from 7.30am.

At the mar­kets you will find plenty of good­ies to re­mind you of your week­end at Woodgate Beach.

Woodgate Beach is just a 35-minute drive from Bund­aberg and a great place for a long week­end.

For pro­gram in­for­ma­tion visit www.crush­fes­ti­valqld.com.au.

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