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19 Apr 2021
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Bays group gears up for more events

The Bays Community Group has started planning for events at the community hall.

"The relaxation of restrictions in recent weeks has meant that the committee has been able more realistically to plan some events for the coming months," said group president Ms Gwynneth Weir.

The first was "Music at the Hall" held last Saturday, April 17, John Kane and Andy Gordon returning to The Bays with their album, Twenty Good Summers, and a preview of new material.

The group committee has confirmed that the Bays Art Show will be returning this year in July.

Tickets are now on sale.

"We are now taking applications from artists who would like to enter work for sale," said Ms Weir.

"There will be exciting changes but with much of the ever-popular format still retained."

Opening night will be held from 7:30pm to 10pm on Friday, July 16.

The show will be open on Saturday and Sunday, July 17 and 18, from 10am to 4pm, with the cafe selling refreshments.

Bookings and entries can be made through the community group's website.

Other events planned by the committee include Drag Queen Bingo in August, Kids' Disco in September, and a Musical Event in October.

Monthly Bacon and Egg Takeaways will continue on the last Sunday of the month, except in April and December.

"The last couple of months has seen the introduction of stalls selling plants at this event and we plan to continue and expand that theme in the coming months," said Ms Weir.

"There will be a variety of stalls selling home-made products.

"The stalls will change each month, with popular stalls coming around in rotation.

"Preference will be given to Bays residents and those making or producing items to sell."

The group will take 10 per cent commission on any sales and will provide the tables.

"We will not be holding an event in April as it falls on Anzac Day.

"The next Bays Bacon and Egg Roll event will be on Sunday, May 30, when we will be serving between 8am and 10am."

A Justice of the Peace will be in attendance between 9am and 10am on the day.

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