Dress up and dance

Well, the big weekend has finally arrived. This Saturday, September 23, The Channon Hall will host The Channon Spring Arts Equinox Ball.

This years theme is A Circus Masquerade and is being organised by The Channon Cultural Collective. This years profit will be directed toward The ALOLA Foundation, which provides health and education support to women in East Timor. So let your inner pagan out and celebrate spring here on the warming North Coast.

Patrons must come masked and are encouraged to dress to the theme.

Entertainment will include StArFiReFlY (why do that capital letter thing...), Captain Syphilis, The Clown Doctors, The Channon Jazz Collective and the funky, worldly Stipsky.

The action starts at 7.30pm.

Supper and drinks will be available. (This is a licensed event.) Local artists will display their artwork and there will be masks available for sale on the night.

Tickets are $20 and available from The Channon Store, Dunoon Store and Music Bizarre in Lismore. Or $25 at the door on the night.

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