Monday, December 18, 2017

Exhibition sure to impress

Sarah Knight May 20, 2015
FINISHING TOUCHES… Shepparton Motor Museum Curator, Graeme Balfour prepares a WW1 motorbike for display at this weekend’s Gallipoli Centenary Concert and memorabilia exhibition at Eastbank Centre. Photo: Supplied.

FINISHING TOUCHES… Shepparton Motor Museum Curator, Graeme Balfour prepares a WW1 motorbike for display at this weekend’s Gallipoli Centenary Concert and memorabilia exhibition at Eastbank Centre. Photo: Supplied.

WITH just a few days to go until the Gallipoli Centenary Concert, Turaton Music Company and Shepparton Brass and Wind are putting the finishing touches to their musical commemoration of WW1, whilst Shepparton Motor Museum polish up their motorised pieces for exhibition at the event across the weekend.
Eastbank Centre’s function room will be overflowing with memorabilia from local collectors and enthusiasts, sharing in the commemoration of the 100-year centenary of the Australians’ landing in Gallipoli.
The Shepparton Red Cross is set to display a diverse range of historical items, Scott Jackson, Geoff Wilson, Rod Davidson and Alan Nichols will install a display of WW1 equipment and uniforms, whilst Geoff Allemand will exhibit photographs depicting the by-gone era of Lost Shepparton.
The concert event and exhibition are destined to impress the growing number of ticket holders, so if you haven’t yet got your tickets, book today!
Phone Riverlinks, Eastbank Centre on 5832 9511, call into 70 Welsford Street, Shepparton or visit the website www.riverlinksvenues.com.au
The Gallipoli Centenary Concert will be held at the Eastbank Centre Shepparton, on Saturday May 23 at 7:30pm and Sunday May 24 at 2pm.