Batlow, 25 March 2018

Batlow has a population of 1400 and is famous for its apples, cherries and boutique apple ciders.

It was once a popular gold mining town named Reedy Creek, but today, nestled into the foothills of the Snowy Mountains, it is natural playground for bushwalking, camping, fishing and other outdoor pursuits.

On the 25th of March Festival of Small Halls will visit Batlow with internationally acclaimed folk artist Dave Gunning and Australia’s Claire Anne Taylor.

This show will feature local support from 17 year old Molly Polmeer. Molly has been passionately playing music for 3 years, focusing on acoustic guitar and vocals. As well as this, Molly enjoys drawing and painting and is especially talented in petting animals. She has been involved in several Tumut High School CAPA performances and small gigs around the area.

Tickets available online here or locally at the Batlow Library, the Tumut Library, Arts on Parade Tumbarumba, Mitre 10 Tumbarumba, and Adelong Newsagency

Full Admission – $25

Concession (Seniors, Student) – $20

Child (Under 12) – Free

Doors Open at 3pm

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