Scene reminders

All girl group Kaya will showcase their X factor, their four voices and their original songs at the Bangalow Catholic Hall this Friday, March 10. Tickets are $18/15 at the door. Doors open at 7.30pm. The Kaya experience starts at 8pm.

Those fabulous Aussie beach boys The Delltones will rock your bobby socks off with some fine songs (like Hangin Five and Get A Little Dirt On Your Hands) displaying those famous harmonies underlined by the bass tones of Pee Wee Wilson, when they play the Lismore Workers Club this Saturday, March 11, from 8pm. Tickets are $32. To book phone 6621 7401.

Historic Blue Knob Hall Gallery (corner of Lillian Rock and Blue Knob Roads via Nimbin) will revisit past dance glories (when it was the venue for many a lively dance) this Saturday, March 11, with the Barefoot Dance featuring Black Train, Mandy Breeze and Doug Kelly. Tickets are $10/5 and the toe-tappin starts at 8pm.

That gorgeous vamp Vanessa Wagner will host the Buttery Bingo Bonanza at the A&I Hall this Saturday, March 11, from 7pm. Therell be a DJ, 20 bingo games, door prizes, food and lots of fun for a good cause the Buttery, which helps people to deal with their addictions. The gigs BYO. Tickets are $28 on 6687 0508.


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