Millthorpe Matters | Sharing the joy and merriment.

The welcome return of Friday Night Live (FNL) to Club Millthorpe took place on Friday, June 7.

Headlining the defining of music as; 'a mind-altering noise with the potential to induce joy, happiness, memories, bliss, merriment, and mirth...' this free event lived up to FNL's promise.

A crowd of about 40 people shared the joy and merriment, and the dancing, until well past 10:30pm.

Thank you to the indefatigable FNL members, who brought such energy to Club Millthorpe.

Unique: Our diversity, culture, land and unique destinations rolled all into one exhibit. Rosebank Guesthouse and Gallery.

Unique: Our diversity, culture, land and unique destinations rolled all into one exhibit. Rosebank Guesthouse and Gallery.

Photography Exhibition Opening at Rosebank Gallery

"Unique Photography" by Pip Orr showcases an inspiring variety of photographs taken over the past years and in recent times, from around Australia and the world.

Pip combines her photography with her journalistic work to capture the story behind the images, combining these elements with a range of photographs of Nature's beauty.

Her variety of work covers many areas including the natural elements of water, land, and sky.

Local people also feature, as do unique cultures in distant lands.

Pip's work is being held at Rosebank Gallery, 40 Victoria Street, Friday, June 14 from 6pm. Drinks and nibbles provided.

Please RSVP for catering purposes to 0448 279 939 or contact@rosebankmillthorpe.com.au. The exhibition will be on display until the end of July.

Golden Memories Museum Expansion

The renovation of the Exhibition Hall is nearly complete after many man-hours, both professional and volunteer.

The new space, designed to encapsulate themed exhibitions, such as 'Grandma's Bedroom' and 'Early Kitchen', is ready to receive visitors.

The exhibitions previously displayed in the old convent classrooms have been relocated and the classrooms are in the process of becoming the venue for group gatherings, meetings, catered events and the like.

The visionary planning of the Museum Committee, assisted by Hayley Lavers as co-ordinator and the many volunteers who have given their time and expertise, have combined to produce a magnificent result.

Not only will the Museum continue to amaze and delight visitors, the repurposed convent classrooms will help to generate income.

Village Wedding

The garden on the corner of Elliot Street was generously made available by John and Marnie Mason for a joyous event; the wedding of Jessica McCleary and Ben Lumsdaine, on Saturday, June 8.

Best wishes to the gorgeous couple, their happiness celebrated by gathered family and friends.

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