Beaumaris Uniting Church Twilight Fete Friday 4th November 3-8pmOur church community is gearing up for its Annual Twilight Fete which will be held at St. Martin's Church on Friday 4th November from 3:00pm until 8:00pm. There will be fun for everyone - afternoon teas, snacks and kids activities after school including Craft, Face Painting & a Jumping Castle. Yummy meals from 5pm including a barbecue, baked potatoes with fillings, salads and desserts. Bargain Stalls Galore including Books, Clothing & Accessories, Linen Bric-a-brac, White Elephant, Children's Toys, White Elephant, Jewellery, Novelties and Craft, Plants and home baked cakes and preserves. The community contributing to the Twilight Fete includes the St Martin's 3 y.o. Kindergarten, St. Martin's Play Group, The Royal Flying Doctor Service, the Kallara Callistenics Group. There will be other stall holders as well. COME AND JOIN US WITH THE FAMILY FOR AN ENJOYABLE AFTERNOON & EVENING. A FETE JUST LIKE THEY USED TO BE!


Bayside Chamber Orchestra

Bayside Chamber Orchestra Concert

There will be a concert at St Martin’s on Sunday 14th August at 2.30 pm. All who attenBayside Chamber Orchestraded the previous performance last year, enjoyed the concert very much, so we look forward to the return. Tickets: Adults $20, concession $15, children under 9 free. Afternoon tea included. Bayside Chamber Orchestra is a newly formed classical ensemble performing familiar and lesser known chamber and orchestral works. The group is comprised of professional and local amateur musicians drawn together by a passion for chamber music. Program - Schubert, Haydn, Faure, Gounod, Morris Something lost and found, a young man’s homage to Mozart, two icons of the French romantic repertoire and a new work by Melbourne composer Carolyn Morris create a delicious blend of old and new for the Bayside Chamber Orchestra’s second Resonance concert. Composed when he was just 19 years of age, Schubert’s 5th Symphony is often viewed as the young composer’s homage to his idol Mozart and Haydn’s Cello Concerto in C was long considered lost before it was discovered in a library in Prague in 1961. It has since gone on to become a mainstay of the cello repertoire. Bookings: Tickets available online at Try Booking. The bookings link will be posted to  , or contact Claire Nicholson on 0409 861 535 tickets can also be purchased at the door.