The Undeniably Noisy Community Choir in Cessnock

Cessnock's community choir is a very social and welcoming group who meet on a Wednesday night to share the joy of big, noisy singing!

 

Everyone is welcome to join us for a singalong and some excellent cake!

We sing a range of music styles with a preference for music that is upbeat and has a certain feel good factor.

Recent favourites are Happy (Pharrell Williams), Run around Sue (Dion), I love a raining night (Eddie Rabbitt)  and I'm Yours (Jason Mraz) 

No audition, no experience require, no commitment - just bring along a sense of fun! ...and, why not bring a friend to share the experience.

What you need to know if you'd like to come along:

Day/time: WEDNESDAYS 7pm - 8:30pm (during school term) we suggest you come 5 minutes early for your first visit so we can show you around and introduce to you to people :)

Address: 111 Wollombi Rd, Cessnock - entry via Campbell st (look for the door with the butterfly)

Cost: Drop a donation in the yellow tin when you arrive (the tin's favourite snacks are gold coins & pink notes)

Who can attend: EVERYONE! this is an all ages, all abilities group! Children are welcome but must attend with and be supervised by an adult at all times

What to bring: No need to bring anything for your first visit. Many singers choose to bring a folder to keep song sheets in.

 

Supper: We take turns in bringing something for supper and you are welcome to bring along a treat or some fruit to share if you like. Tea, coffee is available during the  break.

Come and join the fun!

If you are interested in attending and would like to know more -
 

  • Give Emmie a call on 0412835865, or
     

  • send a message using the form above and Emmie will contact you 

111 Wollombi Rd Cessnock  |  0412835865  |  info@wildlearning.com.au 

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Wild Learning acknowledges the Wonnarua people as the traditional custodians of the land we gather on.  We give our respect to Elders and Children, past present and future.   We also acknowledge the Awabakal people to the east and the Darkinjung people to the south, and all other Aboriginal peoples who now live within our community.

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