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A giant inflatable movie screen will show ‘Oddball’ at Newhaven College’s fifth annual
Moonlight Movie Night this Friday, February 24. All tickets are $10 from www.newhavencol.
Moonlight Movie Night this Friday
GRAB some friends, pack a picnic rug or some
chairs and come along to enjoy a unique family
evening of fun and entertainment at Newhaven
College’s fifth annual Moonlight Movie Night this
Friday, February 24 from 6pm.
A massive inflatable 9 x 6.5m movie screen
with a Bose surround sound system will domi-
nate Newhaven College’s Phillip Island Road
Campus oval to screen Oddball.
The college’s Parents and Friends committee
has organised the event with an emphasis on
creating an affordable and relaxed family eve-
The $10 ticket price includes free entertain-
ment, unlimited mini golf, jumping castle and
giant slide rides.
Face painting, the ever popular plate smash-
ing and other activities are available for a small
Take the night off organising dinner and make
the most of the delicious food on offer.
Hot spit roasted rolls, baked potatoes with
all the toppings, hot chips, donuts, BBQ fare,
pancakes, good coffee, ice cream and, of course,
every movie needs popcorn! There is something
to suit every taste and even a bar for the adults.
Past movie nights have been a resounding suc-
cess with fun in abundance. The experience of
watching a movie under the stars really is quite
special to share with your family and the college
hopes to see everyone there. Oddball starts at
dusk, around 8.45pm. To avoid the queue at the
gate you can pre-purchase your tickets online at
Not a long way to Loch
if you wanna rock’n’roll
THE LochRoch Tribute Festival 2017 is a
classic rock tribute festival for all ages.
It will be a rippin’ day of gourmet food trucks
and classic rock in the rolling hills on Saturday,
March 11 at the Loch Memorial Reserve.
Relive the glory days with a stellar roster of
acts paying tribute to Led Zeppelin, INXS, AC/
DC, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Divinyls/
Chrissy Amphlett, Cold Chisel, The Doors, Joe
Cocker and The Eagles.
“When it comes to tribute bands, you can’t go
past this show,” organiser Paul Katz said.
“We have the best AC/DC tribute band that
has been wowing audiences for more than 20
“Rohan Moran has been playing the part of
Angus Young from the band’s inception, nailing
every solo with a brilliance unlike anyone else.
“Lead vocalist, BJ Vernal, not only covers the
songs of Brian Johnson brilliantly, but sounds
so much like Bon Scott ‘you would think he is
possessed by the great man’s spirit’, as many
fans have put it.”
“It’s NOT a long way to Loch if you wanna
rock ‘n’ roll,” says Kathryn, the event secretary.
“Creedence Clearwater Revival Tribute Band
are a must see and no die-hard CCR fan will be
“It was hard not to ignore the lead singer of
The Doors tribute band. He brings to the stage
an uncanny resemblance to Jim Morrison in
stage presence so you may be forgiven for think-
ing we actually found the legend JM himself.
“LochRoch supporters will raise the energy
listening to this tribute band.”
Event organiser Keith Tonkins believes INX-
SIVE will take us back to the 80s with electrify-
ing stage presence in their vibrant live sound
‘You can leave your hat on’ while reminiscing
to The Joe Cocker Tribute which will take you
back to the glory days of his era.
Of course no one will go hungry munching on
the many choices from all the food vans.
Perhaps a glass or two from the Gippsland
Wine Company is more your style.
Mark Heath will assist you through his award
Why don’t you drop by the cellar door, by
5pm, to take some home with you?
The Korumburra Rotary Club will be there
with yummy traditional food like burgers or egg
and bacon rolls.
Barista on the Move will be there to supply
coffee for the drivers!
Whatever your preference, the food and en-
tertainment will satisfy all ages in the family, so
be there on Saturday, March 11.
Gates open 8am, and bands start at noon.
For more info go to www.lochroch.com.au;
or tickets at the gate.
INXSIVE have an electrifying stage presence that you’ll see at LochRoch on Saturday,
March 11 at Loch.
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