Flash mobs, singing and mu­sic for Euroa

Euroa Gazette - - NEWS -

THE Euroa Ukes (lo­cal Ukulele group) will per­form its third ‘flash mob’ on De­cem­ber 19, start­ing at around 3.30pm.

Group mem­ber, Diane Mack­rell, said last week that “sur­prise is the el­e­ment of flash mob as you don’t know when and where they will start up”.

“We usu­ally start at Bur­ton’s IGA – in amongst the shelves – then move into the street, up to Grace Hill and the hos­pi­tal be­fore head­ing out to the ser­vice cen­tre where we en­ter­tain – and sur­prise – cus­tomers,” she said.

“We then fin­ish up at Gran­ite Hill around 5pm and en­joy a tea with res­i­dents.”

But that is not the only per­for­mance the Ukes give at this time of the year.

Some mem­bers are also set to join the Euroa Com­mu­nity Choir and en­ter­tain at the an­nual Car­ols by Can­dle­light com­mu­nity gath­er­ing to be per­formed at the Seven Creeks Park on Fri­day, De­cem­ber 21 com­menc­ing at 7.30pm.

“And then we are also per­form­ing at the Strath­bo­gie Church Car­ols Ser­vice on Sun­day, De­cem­ber 23,” Ms Mack­rell said.

“And coming up on De­cem­ber 13 is the Gran­ite Hills Christ­mas party at which we per­form as well.

“It is quite a busy time for us all but we thor­oughly en­joy it.”

The Car­ols by Can­dle­light ser­vice is or­gan­ised by the Euroa Cit­i­zens Band which also pro­vides the main mu­sic for this event.

Res­i­dents are in­vited to the Car­ols by Can­dle­light event with BYO chairs or rugs.

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