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Coasting : Issue 5 Nov 2009
18 central coast new south wales DECKS OF DISTINCTION The Deck & Pergola Specialist CALL NOW FOR YOUR FREE QUOTE! ALL ASPECTS OF OUTDOOR BUILDING FREE ON SITE QUOTES INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED PLANS & COUNCIL SUBMISSIONS HOME OWNERS WARRANTY PO BOX 83, AVOCA BEACH. 2251 LIC. NO. 46126C DAVID DUNN MOBILE 0412 236 473 PH/FAX 4368 6245 c8639568-5Nov DAVISTOWN RSL CLUB IS GAMBLING A PROBLEM FOR YOU? G-LINE (NSW) IS A CONFIDENTIAL, ANONYMOUS AND FREE COUNSELLING SERVICE. FREE CALL 1800 633 635. THE ANGELS wednesday 25 november tickets $35 promoted by STAR FM BA LIVES saturday 5 december 8pm tickets members FREE, non members $10 IAN MOSS & WES CARR saturday 19 december tickets $40 promoted by STAR FM KEVIN BORICH friday 15 january kevin borich, lucius borich from cogg plus harry brus on bass tickets members $20, non members $28 THE DAVO DAVISTOWN RSL CLUB MURNA RD DAVISTOWN 4363-0199 www.davistownrsl.com.au THE DAV O BA Patonga Blues Across The Bay TV chef 'Fast' Ed Halmagyi. Music, movies and MUNCHIES THIS one-time little festival has grown to become one of the highlights of the Central Coast entertainment calendar. Now in its eighth year, the Blues Across The Bay festival will be held on Saturday, November 21, at Broken Bay Sport and Recreation Centre. Part of the appeal of Blues Across The Bay is getting there. "It's just a short ferry ride from Patonga, but the ferry ride delivers patrons to a hidden paradise at the mouth of the Hawkesbury River and an unforgettable afternoon of lazing and listening," event organiser Jill Tweedie said. Among the headlining acts at this year's festival are Gail Page and the Parris Macleod Band, the gravel-voiced showman Pugsley Buzzard (who describes himself as "a grizzly bear in a porkpie hat rummaging through a piano") and Sydney guitarist and composer Jack Evans. Tickets cost $40 for adults and $25 for children younger than 15. These ticket prices include the ferry trip from Patonga, and the return journey. And the first ferry leaves Patonga at 11am. Phone Palm Beach Ferries for ferry times on 9974 2411. Some patrons choose to make their own way to the Broken Bay Sport and Recreation Centre (by boat or car), and for them entry costs $30 for adults and $25 for children. For more information, or to buy tickets, phone 0417 671 261 or visit www.patongablues.com.au . Coasties Film Festival THE inaugural Coasties Film Festival will be held at Avoca Beach Picture Theatre from Friday, November 13, to Sunday, November 15. The brainchild of theatre owner and movie lover Beth Hunter, the Coasties Film Festival is a showcase of Central Coast movie-making talent. "This festival is about us - our Central Coast artists, film makers, lives, landscapes and film lovers," Beth said. The rules are simple. "Basically, all of the films competing at the festival must have that magic Costa Centrale connection... so the director, sound editor or score composer might be a Coastie, or perhaps the film is about the Central Coast or was shot here," Beth said. There's more than $9000 up for grabs in categories for schools, short films and open (feature) films. Festival patrons Margaret Pomeranz and acclaimed director of photography Don McAlpine will be there. For details go to www.avocabeachpicturetheatre.com.au . To market, to market CELEBRITY chef and TV presenter 'Fast' Ed Halmagyi, from Channel Seven's Better Homes and Gardens will be cooking up a storm at Erina Fair on Friday, November 20. Erina Fair is celebrating the new look for The Market, and will turn on a week of tastings and demonstrations starting on Tuesday, November 17. 'Fast' Ed will host cooking demonstrations using fresh food from The Market retailers, and sharing his cooking secrets with shoppers. One lucky shopper will also win a dinner party for six people, cooked in their home by 'Fast' Ed. Go to www.erinafair.com.au for details. Film critic and Coasties Film Festival patron Margaret Pomeranz. Blues man Pugsley Buzzard. COASTING EVENTS
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