Lansdowne Valley news with Margaret Haddon

A Lansdowne reunion, and prepare for Community Hall entertainment.
A Lansdowne reunion, and prepare for Community Hall entertainment.

Resident reunion

A special event is in the works for all past and present Lansdowne residents. 

An invitation to take part in the get together is extended to all who would like get involved in the event.

The event will be held on Saturday, October 13 at the Lansdowne Community Hall from 10am-4pm.

People who have had anything to do with the Lansdowne Valley community in the past, from school teachers, staff or students, sporting clubs such as the soccer, football, cricket and bowls clubs or church groups are welcome.

Also, anyone who has lived at Lansdowne in the past or present is most welcome to attend and catch up with some old friends.

Bring along old photos and any thing that may be of interest.

Morning tea and lunch will be provided, but if you would like to bring along a plate it would be appreciated.

Also, a donation box will be on hand to help with the cost.

Please phone one of the event organisers if you need further information or intend to be present on the day.

Word of mouth is a powerful messenger so please pass the message on to any others who may be interested in attending.

Please RSVP by the September 29 to Margaret on 6556 7146, Laurel on 0400 791 954.

Hall entertainment

There is some great entertainment coming up at the Upper Lansdowne Hall on Friday, July 13.

Hailing from the grit and grime of Melbourne’s inner city, renowned songwriter Cat Canteri will be hitting the Upper Lansdowne Hall with her stellar band, The Hipster Proof Fence and special guest support, Justin Bernasconi.

Cat will be launching her new album ‘Inner North’, which sees her bold and reckless slide guitar style mixed with her poignant and poetic lyrics, reflecting the struggles and stories of her community, known as the Inner North.

For more information, please call Rita on 02 5591 6017.