Schools are gear­ing up for ac­tive and safe Oc­to­ber

Wangaratta Chronicle - - World Suicide Prevention Day - BY SI­MONE

HOME grown mu­si­cian Dal­las Frasca is hold­ing a free “pre fes­ti­val party” this Mon­day at the Malt Shed in the lead up to Oc­to­ber’s A Hitch To The Sticks events.

The event will kick off with Can­berra artist Pheno teach­ing a work­shop about the art of loop­ing from 4.30pm.

This will be fol­lowed by an in­for­ma­tion ses­sion from 5.30pm for peo­ple want­ing to learn more about work­ing in the mu­sic in­dus­try, in­clud­ing a ques­tion and an­swer ses­sion.

The ses­sion in­cludes rep­re­sen­ta­tives from Cre­ative Vic­to­ria, APRA AMCOS, and Ditto Mu­sic, as well as pub­li­cist Sarah Guppy from This Much Tal­ent.

At 6.30pm there will be per­for­mances by Pheno, Jo Jo Smith and Mandy Con­nell.

Peo­ple of all ages are wel­come to at­tend but mi­nors must be ac­com­pa­nied by an adult.

For more in­for­ma­tion see the Face­book event page at www.face­ events/458137701365342/.

PHOTO: Mel Guy

READY TO ROLL: St Bernard’s Pri­mary School stu­dents (from left) Ge­or­gia Hovey, Krys­tal Jones, Dy­lan McCombe and Louis Sea­ger are among the Wan­garatta young­sters keen to take part in this year’s Walk to School month.

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