Residents at Bundaberg's Blue Care facilities will be treated to an exciting stage performance by Blue Gum Farm TV today, and the community are invited to join in on the fun.
The Community Day Respite Centre will host the first Young At Heart performance featuring music, storytelling, singing and dancing.
Described as a ‘fun, real life TV program’, Blue Gum Farm TV has traditionally catered to pre-school aged children, but their new project, ‘Young at Heart’, is designed for elderly residents of Queensland’s regional towns.
“This community event is for the young and the young at heart- a concert for the whole family to enjoy,” Blue Care's marketing associate Joanne Gordon said.
Blue Gum Farm TV concert
The ‘Young at Heart’ concert series is a program written and developed especially for our elderly residents in rural and regional areas.
The concerts includes themes and stories all about the olden days- to celebrating our elders and their lives on the land.
It is an opportunity to bring together the elderly members of the community with pre-school aged children and their families.
This project is supported by the Regional Arts Development Fund and Bundaberg Regional Council.
The Regional Arts Development Fund is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Bundaberg Regional Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.
The community event will be held today at the Community Day Respite Centre at 22 May Street from 10 am.
It will be followed by a range of other performances around the region.
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