Cowpersons with disabilities

Things are pretty tough in Grave Rock. These cowboys and cowgirls can feel the tension in the air. Trouble is afoot. Guns are drawn. The film Guns of Grave Rock will have its premiere screening at Boots Buckles and Wheels Under the Stars at Alstonville this Saturday.

Support staff and service users of Ballina District Community Services Association have been working hard (and having lots of fun) for the last 10 months producing the wildest of westerns Guns of Grave Rock.

The film will be shown for the first time at Boots Buckles and Wheels Under the Stars (an International Day of People with a Disability celebration) at the Alstonville Entertainment Centre this Saturday, December 2, from 5-10.30pm.

Apart from the film premiere theres heaps of entertainment at the show. Country music star Sara Storer will perform heart-breaking and toe-tapping songs from her new album Firefly.

Also playing are local country rock band Majic and North Coast alt-country icon Jimmy Willing.

And this is a chance to see something pretty rare wheelchair dancing as well as regular line-dancing (line dancing is NOT regular...), theatre, poetry... anything could happen...

Have some fun and celebrate people with disabilities this Saturday at Boots Buckles and Wheels Under the Stars.

Entry is by donation.

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