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Still Time To Get "Back 2 The Max"!

There is still time to get your tickets for "Back 2 The Max"!

By Carol McCormack - 25th November 2002 - Back to News

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There is still time to get your tickets for "Back 2 The Max", an evening of fun and entertainment on Tuesday 3 December from 7pm at the Wonthaggi Community Arts Centre.

The evening costs only $5 per person and includes displays of replica Mad Max vehicles, short film, presentation by local Mad Max expert Scott Smith, wine, cheese and live music.

"It should be a fantastic evening," said Kathryn Pryor, RuralAccess Officer with Bass Coast and South Gippsland shire councils.

Kathryn said that the Mad Max vehicles will be a big draw card, along with the presentation and short film.

"However, even if you’re not a Mad Max enthusiast it will still be a lot of fun," said Kathryn, "Why not come along with a group of friends and enjoy the wine, cheese and live music."

Tickets are available from Bass Coast Shire Council on (03) 5671 2211 or (03) 5951 3311, or TTY (03) 5662 5720 or (03) 5671 2410, or the Garage Club House on (03) 5672 3111.

Back 2 The Max is part of International Day of People with a disAbility celebrations, which acknowledges the experience and expertise of people with a disability. The event has been organised by the Bass Coast Shire International Day of People with a disAbility Committee.

Source: www.gippsland.com

Published by: news@gippsland.com



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