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Coasting : Issue 9 Mar 2010
7 www.coastingtoday.com.au 4 Ash Street,Terrigal Phone: 4385 4222 www.letterboxrest.com.au Winner Business Achiever Awards 2009 Restaurant of the Year Spoil your Mum this Mother's Day Enquire about our holiday accommodation Open 7 nights a week Lunch available for groups bookings Fully licenced c8700450-4Mar members can now earn points. 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 DAVO DAVISTOWN RSL CLUB MURNA RD DAVISTOWN 4363-0199 www.davistownrsl.com.au THE DAVO THE BON JOVI SHOW KEEP THE FAITH saturday 13 march doors open 7.30pm. members free, non members $10 RICHARD CLAPTON saturday 3 april -- easter special see some hard oz rock! doors open 7.30pm. tickets $28.00 SUCCULENT SEAFOOD PLATTER FOR TWO fridays, saturdays and sundays, lunch and dinner in house cured salmon fillet, fresh oysters, king prawns, crab, marinated bbq baby octopus, fresh fruit, garden salad, dipping sauces. only $49.00 TUESDAY STEAK NIGHTS tuesday nights with chips, salad or vegies and a free schooner, glass of wine or soft drink. only $12.50 presented by COASTING MUSIC Many gigs are held in and around The Entrance. The event is organised annually by The Entrance Town Centre Management. Phone 1800 335 377 or go to www.theentrance.org for details. The line-up Among the highlights of this year's program will be performances by: • Adam Harvey (3.45pm to 5pm at Memorial Park Stage, The Entrance, on Sunday); • Beccy Cole (4.30pm to 5.45pm at Memorial Park Stage, on Saturday); • Catherine Britt (3pm to 4pm at Memorial Park Stage, on Saturday); • Lucky Starr and Craig Morrison (from 7.30pm at Wyong RSL Club, on Friday); • Bill Chambers (from 7pm at Lakes Hotel, The Entrance, on Friday); • Kel-Anne Brandt and Rob Wilson (from 7.30pm at Wyong RSL Club, on Saturday); • Julia Starr (from 8.30pm at The Entrance Leagues Club on Saturday); and • Various artists at the Festival Wind-Up Party (from 5pm to 8pm at Memorial Park Stage, on Sunday). There's more While visitors are guaranteed to hear both forms of music during the festival -- that's country and western -- it's not all about the music. "No, it isn't just the music that makes the festival so great," promotions and marketing manager for The Entrance Town Centre Management, Rebecca Jones, said. "There will also be a Youth Showcase, Poet's Breakfast, stalls and amusement rides." Kooindah Waters Resort, at Wyong, meanwhile, will host an animal farm and mechanical bull competition from 3pm (as a prelude to a performance by Central Coast trio Racz 'n' Waters) on Sunday. The Entrance will also host a busking competition for performers of all ages. Cash prizes will be up for grabs, and the winner will get the chance to perform on stage with the headlining artists at the Festival Wind-Up Party on Sunday night. FINAL FLING: Gina Jeffreys performs to a full house at Memorial Park at the Festival Wind-Up Party of 2006. The festival has continued to grow over its 10-year history. Picture by Phillip Hearne. ENTERTAINER: Catherine Britt will perform at Memorial Park on the Saturday from 3pm. Picture by Janie Barrett. HE'S EVERYWHERE: Lucky Starr will be joined by son Craig Morrison for a gig at Wyong RSL on the Friday night, and will back up for a show at Sails Stage, The Entrance, on the Saturday morning. Picture by Dean Osland.
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