IF you dance, sing, play an instrument or just like to be entertained by anybody who can, then Dora Creek is the place to be this Sunday (July 22).
That's when the delightful little club with the big reputation for friendliness will host an inaugural three-hour acoustic variety concert.
Organiser Maree Murdziak said the event was designed to bring together the area's talent in a variety program-cum-jam session.
"We have an extraordinary amount of talent in the area, it really is remarkable," Ms Murdziak said.
"This is an opportunity to encourage young talent to take up the mic and perform on stage for an audience. We have some gifted children lined-up already, including young classical pianist-composers." But the concert is intended to do more than just showcase new talent; it is designed to entertain as a proper variety concert.
"The first show will include local country singer Judy Satori, as Molly Pardon (a Dolly Parton tribute act), with a country band, longtime classical pianist Joseph Atquith who's being playing since he was seven, a line-dancers' troupe, a guitar soloist, country and folk singers, a ukulele band, a blue grass band, and a Ukrainian harmonica player, and the show will be compered by Trevor Williams, the presenter from Radio Yesteryear," Ms Murdziak said.
The show will finish with an open mic session and community sing-along.
Take instruments such as ukes, guitars or anything else.
Music sheets will be handed out for a sing-along of folk songs and, to simplify it all, music will be in the key of C.
The show will run from 2pm to 5pm. For more details, phone 0437 236331