Posted by: Bruce | October 24, 2016

Wangi Centenary Festival 2016 – photos

Sunday Oct 23, 2016 presented clouds, blue sky and cool wind following a worrying wet and windy Saturday.

On the foreshore near Wangi Wangi RSL was where the main action hovered. Wangi Wangi public school drew a pretty good crowd. I’m not sure whether the event was a stand alone for the school or part of the Centenary Celebrations, but a small percentage of the takings would have been okay.

I didn’t get to sample the music from the picnic shelter but Todd Sergeant from 2NURfm sat in the chilly wind at the other end of the shelter, doing his thing. I said hullo and it was good to put a face to his voice that I’ve heard more than once.

A few photos seemed the order of the day. A click on any pic will quickly present larger, low resolution images (low data use) that are easier on the eye

Words for today:           Wangi Centenary Celebrations

More to come:     same blog time, same blog channel

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  1. Will have to hunt up 2nur fm and Todd Seargent. Is it fm music or talkback, Bruce? Looks like there was lots of fun to be had.

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    • FM music mostly Mary. The station is run by Newcastle Uni. There is some talk back. I usually only listen to the radio when I’m driving so can’t say what happens all day. They have programs that cater to a wide variety of music lovers such as jazz, the oldies, instrumental, classical, and those from far away origins. The crowd seemed pretty good for a small town. Fancy the look of Todd Sergeant Mary?

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