“Bagdad Community Hall
Monday 18 January, 7:00pm
Welcome to the Southern Midlands of Tasmania, where a blend of good old fashioned values and modern ideas co-exist.
In the days of the horse and buggy, Bagdad was an important rest area and horse-changing place for those continuing their journey up Constitution Hill. It is now an area of orchards and small mixed farms and a commuter settlement. The town was named by the explorer Hugh Germain, a private in the Royal Marines. He was said to carry two books in his saddlebags while travelling: the Bible and the Arabian Nights, which he used as inspiration when he named places.
Tickets available online.
Bagdad Cricket Club will be providing a selection of hot food for purchase both prior to and during the event. This will include slices of wood-fired pizza- cooked fresh on site. Additionally, the Bagdad Online Access Centre will also be providing sweet scones and hot drinks for those who prefer something a little “lighter” at interval. All food and beverages will be supplied at a small cost as a fundraiser.
Local ticket sales from Southern Midlands Council (Kelly Woodward 6259 3011)
SHOW FEATURES THE EAST POINTERS (CANADA) and LIZ STRINGER (AUSTRALIA) with support set by the BAGDAD COMMUNITY CHOIR.
BAGDAD COMMUNITY HALL,
1661 Midland Highway, Bagdad (corner of Hall Lane and Midlands Highway).
6:30PM Doors open, bar and food available
7:00PM Show, 1st half.
8:15PM Interval, supper & bar.
8:45PM Show, 2nd half.
9:45PM Show finished.