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1:00 pm Southern Cross H&R Block Visit

Tax help with

– Shares and investments
– negative gearing and rental
– capital gains
– Multiple year tax returns

All type tax returns prepared
– Perdonal, business and partnership

At Southern Cross CRC, phone 6278 6500 for appointments or email [email protected]

Location
Southern Cross CRC, Canopus Street

1:00 pm Southern Cross H&R Block Visit

Tax help with

– Shares and investments
– negative gearing and rental
– capital gains
– Multiple year tax returns

All type tax returns prepared
– Perdonal, business and partnership

At Southern Cross CRC, phone 6278 6500 for appointments or email [email protected]

Location
Southern Cross CRC, Canopus Street

6:30 pm Merredin Dying to Meet You

Dying to Meet You’ by Ron Hutson performed by the Merredin Repertory Club

Richard and Barbara are a happily married couple whose lives are a bit humdrum now that their two children have left home. But trouble starts when Richard has the idea to start renting out their spare room as lodging to make some extra money. It just so happens that he hasn’t told his wife, and the young lodger happens to be an undertaker. Barbara on the other hand has had a similar idea and rents out the same room out to a young italian girl – who just so happens to have the mafia after her. Confusion, panic, cross dressing and many misunderstandings abound.

Tensions increase as a Italian gentleman turns up with a violin case in hand.

Tickets $20, seniors and children $15
Doors open at 6:30pm for 7pm start

Tickets available from Central Wheatbelt Visitor Centre or www.cumminstheatre.com.au

Location
Cummins Theatre, Bates Street, Merredin

1:00 pm Southern Cross H&R Block Visit

Tax help with

– Shares and investments
– negative gearing and rental
– capital gains
– Multiple year tax returns

All type tax returns prepared
– Perdonal, business and partnership

At Southern Cross CRC, phone 6278 6500 for appointments or email [email protected]

Location
Southern Cross CRC, Canopus Street

6:30 pm Merredin Dying to Meet You

Dying to Meet You’ by Ron Hutson performed by the Merredin Repertory Club

Richard and Barbara are a happily married couple whose lives are a bit humdrum now that their two children have left home. But trouble starts when Richard has the idea to start renting out their spare room as lodging to make some extra money. It just so happens that he hasn’t told his wife, and the young lodger happens to be an undertaker. Barbara on the other hand has had a similar idea and rents out the same room out to a young italian girl – who just so happens to have the mafia after her. Confusion, panic, cross dressing and many misunderstandings abound.

Tensions increase as a Italian gentleman turns up with a violin case in hand.

Tickets $20, seniors and children $15
Doors open at 6:30pm for 7pm start

Tickets available from Central Wheatbelt Visitor Centre or www.cumminstheatre.com.au

Location
Cummins Theatre, Bates Street, Merredin

8:00 am Nungarin Markets

The main Street of Nungarin comes alive on a sunday morning. Main Street businesses open with plenty of entertainment, eats, drinks and bargins to be purchased.

Stalls include: fresh produce, cakes, honey, clothes, books, chooks, plants, stationary, hand crafted items, collectables, bric-a-brac and much more!

Trading Hours 8:00am to 12:00pm

To book a stall contact (08) 9046 5174

Location
Railway Avenue, Nungarin

10:00 am Tammin Markets

Tammin Markets

Saturdays 9am -1pm and Sundays 10am to 2pm at Puma Roadhouse Visitor Information Point

For further information or to book a stall contact Graeme Button 9637 1098

Location
Tammin Visitor Information Point

1:00 pm Kellerberrin Movie Screening

Kellerberrin Movie Night showing Coco

Popcorn, drinks, chocolate available to purchase
$2 entry per person

For further information contact constable Mel Pitout 9045 6000

Location
Kellerberrin Recreation & Leisure Centre

1:30 pm Merredin Dying to Meet you

Dying to Meet You’ by Ron Hutson performed by the Merredin Repertory Club

Richard and Barbara are a happily married couple whose lives are a bit humdrum now that their two children have left home. But trouble starts when Richard has the idea to start renting out their spare room as lodging to make some extra money. It just so happens that he hasn’t told his wife, and the young lodger happens to be an undertaker. Barbara on the other hand has had a similar idea and rents out the same room out to a young italian girl – who just so happens to have the mafia after her. Confusion, panic, cross dressing and many misunderstandings abound.

Tensions increase as a Italian gentleman turns up with a violin case in hand.

Tickets $20, seniors and children $15
Sunday Matinee Doors open at 1:30pm for 2pm start
Afternoon Tea available $5

Tickets available from Central Wheatbelt Visitor Centre or www.cumminstheatre.com.au

Location
Cummins Theatre, Bates Street, Merredin

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6:30 pm Merredin Dying to Meet You

Dying to Meet You’ by Ron Hutson performed by the Merredin Repertory Club

Richard and Barbara are a happily married couple whose lives are a bit humdrum now that their two children have left home. But trouble starts when Richard has the idea to start renting out their spare room as lodging to make some extra money. It just so happens that he hasn’t told his wife, and the young lodger happens to be an undertaker. Barbara on the other hand has had a similar idea and rents out the same room out to a young italian girl – who just so happens to have the mafia after her. Confusion, panic, cross dressing and many misunderstandings abound.

Tensions increase as a Italian gentleman turns up with a violin case in hand.

Tickets $20, seniors and children $15
Doors open at 6:30pm for 7pm start

Tickets availble from Central Wheatbelt Visitor Centre or www.cumminstheatre.com.au

Location
Cummins Theatre, Bates Street, Merredin

6:30 pm Merredin Dying to Meet You

Dying to Meet You’ by Ron Hutson performed by the Merredin Repertory Club

Richard and Barbara are a happily married couple whose lives are a bit humdrum now that their two children have left home. But trouble starts when Richard has the idea to start renting out their spare room as lodging to make some extra money. It just so happens that he hasn’t told his wife, and the young lodger happens to be an undertaker. Barbara on the other hand has had a similar idea and rents out the same room out to a young italian girl – who just so happens to have the mafia after her. Confusion, panic, cross dressing and many misunderstandings abound.

Tensions increase as a Italian gentleman turns up with a violin case in hand.

Tickets $20, seniors and children $15
Doors open at 6:30pm for 7pm start

Tickets availble from Central Wheatbelt Visitor Centre or www.cumminstheatre.com.au

Location
Cummins Theatre, Bates Street, Merredin

5:00 pm Mukinbudin Stargazing Night

Mukinbudin Stargazing Night

Do you want to see the night sky without the city lights?
Would you like to hear from an experienced Stargazing Guide?

Come to Mukinbudin and experience the night sky the way it never is in the city.

Thanks to the good people at National Science Week,  this event is Free, bookings are essential.
Food and drinks available on the night.

BYO telescope lessons from 5pm
Stargazing from 6pm -9pm

BYO telescope or hire on of our mini telescopes ($5 each for the night)

For more information and to register contact Mukinbudin CRC 9047 2150 or email [email protected]

Location
Mukinbudin Golf Course, Williams Road Mukinbudin

10:00 am Tammin Markets

Tammin Markets

Saturdays 9am -1pm and Sundays 10am to 2pm at Puma Roadhouse Visitor Information Point

For further information or to book a stall contact Graeme Button 9637 1098

Location
Tammin Visitor Information Point

1:30 pm Merredin Dying to Meet You

Dying to Meet You’ by Ron Hutson performed by the Merredin Repertory Club

Richard and Barbara are a happily married couple whose lives are a bit humdrum now that their two children have left home. But trouble starts when Richard has the idea to start renting out their spare room as lodging to make some extra money. It just so happens that he hasn’t told his wife, and the young lodger happens to be an undertaker. Barbara on the other hand has had a similar idea and rents out the same room out to a young italian girl – who just so happens to have the mafia after her. Confusion, panic, cross dressing and many misunderstandings abound.

Tensions increase as a Italian gentleman turns up with a violin case in hand.

Tickets $20, seniors and children $15
Sunday Matinee Doors open at 1:30pm for 2pm start
Afternoon Tea available $5

Tickets available from Central Wheatbelt Visitor Centre or www.cumminstheatre.com.au

Location
Cummins Theatre, Bates Street, Merredin

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9:00 am Kulin Community Markets

Kulin Community Markets are back in August.

$10 per stall

Contact Kulin CRC to book a stall or for further information on 9880 1204

Location
Kulin Memorial Hall

9:00 am Tammin Markets

Tammin Markets

Saturdays 9am -1pm and Sundays 10am to 2pm at Puma Roadhouse Visitor Information Point

For further information or to book a stall contact Graeme Button 9637 1098

6:00 pm Koorda Drive in Movies

Koorda Drive In

Showing 2 great features “Hotle Transylvania 3” and “Antman & the Wasp”

Gates and canteen open at 6:00pm. First movie starts 7pm.

Adults $12 Kids $6 and little ones under 3 are FREE! The Canteen sells hot food as well as hot and cold drinks and snacks.

Contact the Koorda CRC 9684 1081 for further information

Location
Orchard Street, Koorda

10:00 am Tammin Markets

Tammin Markets

Saturdays 9am -1pm and Sundays 10am to 2pm at Puma Roadhouse Visitor Information Point

For further information or to book a stall contact Graeme Button 9637 1098

Location
Tammin Visitor Information Point

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6:30 pm Tammin Comedy Gold

Comedy Gold delivers another knockout experience of the finest stand-up Comedians Australia has to offer and is back in W.A for yet another season in 2018.
Award winning comedians have been carefully selected to entertain audiences of both genders and all ages 15+. The content is Edgy but doesn’t cross the line, it’s that type of show.

Starring Rory Lowe, Josh Warrior, Bob Franklin, Lindsay Webb.

Adults $25, seniors $15

Contact Shire of Tammin on 9637 0300 or Book online through www.trybooking.com/WGUQ

Location
Tammin Town Hall, 1 Doonan Street, Tammin

9:30 am Burracoppin Daffodil Day

Burracoppin Daffodil Day Committee presents

Daffodil Day

Fashion Parade, raffles, stalls and entertainment for all.  Lunch available to purchase.

Entry $10 Includes morning tea.
All profits to Cancer Council.

For further details contact Narelle Millington 9045 3050

Location
Burracoppin Sports Pavilion

6:30 pm Southern Cross Comedy Gold

Comedy Gold is back and delivers another knockout experience of the finest stand-up Comedians Australia has to offer. Some off Australia’s most sought after comedians are coming together for one night only to deliver a hilarious 1.5 hour show jam packed and full off laughs. The content as always is Edgy but doesn’t cross the line, it’s that type of show.

Comedians Josh Warrior, Rory Lowe, Lindsay Webb, Bob Franklin will be entertaining you.

Tickets are $10pp and available from www.trybooking.com/VLPD

Location
Southern Cross Recreation Centre

7:00 pm Bruce Rock A Boy Named Cash

Country Arts WA and Act-Belong Commit are excited to bring Monty Cotton and his Johnny Cash tribute show A Boy Named Cash to regional WA this July and August as a part of Shows on the Go.

Monty Cotton, a seasoned performer and musician, woke up one day and realised he could imitate Johnny Cash. From that point on, Monty has performed as Johnny Cash all around Australia and the UK including pubs, clubs, arts festivals, mine sites, corporate functions, breakfast radio, morning television and ‘The Voice’ Australia.

A Boy Named Cash – the Johnny Cash tribute show showcases the greatest hits of The Man in Black as performed by Monty Cotton, a one-man-band, alongside a variety of pedals and instruments.

This is no ordinary solo show – sing along and see it to believe it!

Tickets available at the Bruce Rock CRC now!
Adults: $25
Concession: $15
Youth (15-18yrs): $10
Under 15: Free

Please contact the Bruce Rock on 9061 1687 or [email protected] for more information!

Location
Bruce Rock Shire Hall, Johnson Street

9:00 am Tammin Markets

Tammin Markets

Saturdays 9am -1pm and Sundays 10am to 2pm at Puma Roadhouse Visitor Information Point

For further information or to book a stall contact Graeme Button 9637 1098

10:00 am Tammin Markets

Tammin Markets

Saturdays 9am -1pm and Sundays 10am to 2pm at Puma Roadhouse Visitor Information Point

For further information or to book a stall contact Graeme Button 9637 1098

Location
Tammin Visitor Information Point

10:00 am Merredin Markets

The Merredin Markets are a community driven event, organised by staff of the Merredin CRC and run by volunteers. The purpose of the Merredin Markets is to have a consistent monthly event for the community, whether it is supporting local small business’s by setting up a stall to sell their products or for members of the public to have a day out and enjoy the sun while shopping the variety of stalls available.

The Merredin Markets are on the 4th Sunday of every month (unless mentioned otherwise).

10am -1pm, $15 for a stall

For more information or to book a stall contact Merredin Community Resource Centre 9041 1041 [email protected]

Location
Merredin CRC 110 Barrack Street

4:30 pm Merredin Comedy Gold

Comedy Gold delivers another knockout experience of the finest stand-up Comedians Australia has to offer.

Some off Australia’s most sought after comedians are coming together for one night only to deliver a hilarious 1.5 hour show jam packed and full off laughs. The content as always is Edgy but doesn’t cross the line, it’s that type of show.

Featured Comedians

Lindsay Webb

Lindsay is truly an International act worthy of the title.

He is a regular sell out act at all the major Comedy Festivals around Australia and is one of the most sought after headline acts and M.C’s at all the leading Comedy Clubs going around.

Webb is a Guinness World Record, October back in 2009 for the Longest Show by an Individual 38hrs 6min.

Josh Warrior 

Indigenous comedian JOSH Warrior is an Aboriginal Gigolo. What does that mean exactly? He’s a ladies man — with a twist. He tells his audience a bit about what it’s like growing up and living black and his take is honest and very entertaining.

He educates his audience while breaking apart some stereotypes yet cheerfully reinforces others.

His comedy is fresh and interesting among what seems to be an ocean of sameness, but most importantly makes the audience laugh.

Rory Lowe:

Next up is Rory Lowe, He was born. He died. He rose again… Wait wrong guy. That’s Jesus, this is supposed to be about Rory Lowe, Mr. Christ was a good guy and all, but his jokes were a bit shit. He was way too serious. Rory on the other hand, according to The Advertiser (2015), is “genuinely funny.”

Bob Franklin:

Bob Franklin is one of Australia’s favourite comedians, he is universally loved by his audiences and fellow peers. As well as his amazing Stand Up Career he has also done a lot of T.V work and was a regular on “Thank God Your Year”, The Librarians, Full Frontal and the Shaun Micallef  Program. His work has been described as

“..genuinely subversive, dank and nasty.” The Age, Melbourne.
“..hilarious or a load of rubbish – your choice.” The Herald Sun, Melbourne.

All tickets are $20. Meal tickets are available for an extra $15. Tickets also available from the Central Wheatbelt Visitors Centre or online at www.cumminstheatre.com.au

Location
Cummins Theatre, Bates Street, Merredin

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8:00 am Dowerin GWN7 Machinery Field Days

With a 53 year history the Dowerin GWN 7 Machinery Field Days is one of Australia’s largest and most impressive agricultural expos. From tractors to cheeses, water tanks to stud rams, fencing products to fine wines, the Dowerin Field Days has it all. Whether you are looking to build a house, upgrade your farming machinery, invest your money, increase your stock or decorate your family home, it really is your one stop shop.

Entry
Adults $25
Concession $15
Children under 16 Free!
Exhibitors $20 (two day pass)

For more information contact www.dowerinfielddays.com.au

Location
Memorial Avenue, Dowerin

7:00 pm Southern Cross A Boy Named Cash

Monty Cotton, a seasoned performer and musician, woke up one day and realised he could imitate Johnny Cash. From that point on, Monty has performed as Johnny Cash all around Australia and the UK including pubs, clubs, arts festivals, mine sites, corporate functions, breakfast radio, morning television and ‘The Voice’ Australia.

A Boy Named Cash – the Johnny Cash tribute show showcases the greatest hits of The Man in Black as performed by Monty Cotton, a one-man-band, alongside a variety of pedals and instruments.

This is no ordinary solo show – sing along and see it to believe it!

Tickets available at the Shire of Yilgarn now!
General Admission $10 each

Please contact Shire of Yilgarn on 9049 1001 or book online.

Location
Southern Cross Community Centre, Antares Street, Southern Cross

8:00 am Dowerin GWN7 Machinery Field Days

With a 53 year history the Dowerin GWN 7 Machinery Field Days is one of Australia’s largest and most impressive agricultural expos. From tractors to cheeses, water tanks to stud rams, fencing products to fine wines, the Dowerin Field Days has it all. Whether you are looking to build a house, upgrade your farming machinery, invest your money, increase your stock or decorate your family home, it really is your one stop shop.

Entry
Adults $25
Concession $15
Children under 16 Free!
Exhibitors $20 (two day pass)

For more information contact www.dowerinfielddays.com.au

Location
Memorial Avenue, Dowerin

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