Flash mobs, singing and music for Euroa
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.