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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : October 15 2008
16 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, October 16, 2008 MB CONCORD CARNIVAL Time to dance to the beat of many drums The Italian Duo -- singer Tony Di Marti and keyboard and accordion player Tony Gagliano -- will entertain the crowds. Brazilian drummer and dancer Nei Boa Morte in Majors Bay Rd, Concord, this week. THERE'S something to please all musical tastes on the main stage at this Sunday's Concord Carnival. Sure to go down a treat with the local Italian community are the well-known act Italian Duo, composed of lead singer Tony Di Marti and keyboard and accordion player Tony Gagliano. Their repertoire ranges from the old classical Italian favorites to the latest hip- hop groove, techno, Latin-American and top 40 music. As well as covers, the duo has a growing list of original material, which has proven very popular with their audiences. Di Marti sings in English, Italian, Spanish and French while Gagliano also harmonises and provides back up vocals. Also starring on the main stage are Brazilian band, Batucuda Bahai. Their repertoire includes a blend of many styles of Brazilian music ranging from samba, forro, funk, chorinho to the classic bossa nova. There'll be a little Venice, Brazilian carnival zone and medieval zone with knights, squires, jousting and jesters. Carnival-goers can also take part in an array of workshops throughout the day. Workshops and activities include Venetian mask making, Italian folk danc- ing, Brazilian drum making, Brazilian jiu- jitsu, and Brazilian drumming. Or you can help produce a carnival theme mural which will be put on display some- where in the Canada Bay local government area at a later date. So put on your dancing shoes and head to Concord Carnival in Major's Bay Rd from 10am to 4pm. What's on and where MAIN STAGE PROGRAM 10am: Haberfield Dance Studio -- Samba Dance 10.10am: Belinda's Art Of Dance -- Modern Dance 10.35am: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu 11.10am: Italian Duo 12.10pm: ED5 International 12.30pm: Official Welcome 12.45pm: Italian Duo (return) 1.45pm: Batucada Bahia 2.40pm: Haberfield Dance Studio (return) 3.15pm: Batucada Bahia (return). VENETIAN CARNIVAL (Activities) 10am: Venetian mask making workshop 10.30am: Italian Folk Dancing Performance 12.40pm: Italian Folk Dancing workshop 2pm: Italian Folk Dancing workshop. BRAZILIAN CARNIVAL (Activities) 10am: Brazilian drum making workshop 10.30am: DJ workshop 11.30am: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu workshop 2pm: Brazilian drumming workshop 2.30pm: DJ workshop 3.10pm: Brazilian drumming workshop. MEDIEVAL CARNIVAL (Activities) 11am: Medieval history show Noon: Medieval renaissance show 1.30pm: Medieval tournament 2.30pm: Medieval renaissance show Plus roving entertainment -- masked Venetians, jesters and Brazilian drummers. Canada Bay Mayoral Column Mayor Angelo Tsirekas 2084871i iww wk16 Canada Bay Civic Centre 1A Marlborough Street, Drummoyne 2047 Locked Bag 1470, Drummoyne 1470 Ph: 02 9911 6555 Fax: 02 9911 6550 www.canadabay.nsw.gov.au email@example.com Concord Carnival Don't miss Concord Carnival this Sunday, 19 October from 10am to 4pm on Majors Bay Road (between Jellicoe Street and Trafalgar Parade). Concord Carnival is a wonderful community event featuring live entertainment, kid's activities, market stalls and much more. Celebrating carnival around the world, the event will showcase some of the many ways different cultures come together to enjoy fun, family and festivity. Free event car parking will be available in Jessie Stewart Reserve (access via Greenlees Avenue). Concord Carnival is presented by the City of Canada Bay and principal sponsor Village Quay; and supported by Cleanaway and the Inner-West Weekly. It will be a great day out for the whole family. See you there! Household chemical clean out This Saturday (18 October), Council is giving residents the chance to clean out their unwanted, out-of-date or disused household chemicals the right way. CleanOut is a free service for the safe disposal of common household chemicals, many of which can cause harm if not disposed of correctly. Council is hosting this service at Cintra Park car park at Crane Street, Canada Bay from 9am to 3.30pm. Public Health Forum - Asthma Come along to a public health forum to learn about asthma. Professor Matthew Peters, Head of the Respiratory Department at Concord Hospital and a panel of health professionals will speak on ways to properly diagnose, manage and treat asthma. This free event will be held on Tuesday, 28 October beginning at 6.45pm at Concord Hospital. To reserve your seat contact Council on 9911 6524 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Speed up your business growth City of Canada Bay's Bayside Business Exchange presents Speed up your Business Growth, a free seminar for businesses in the Canada Bay Council area. Learn ways to achieve business growth at this informative seminar to be held on Wednesday, 29 October beginning at 6.45pm at Concord Library. To book you place call 9911 6524 or email business@ canadabay.nsw.gov.au. National Recycling Week Postcard Competition Don't forget to get your entry in for Council and Cleanaway's National Recycling Week Competition. Competition postcards have been delivered to residents. Entries must be received by the end of October. Good luck!
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