Two events coming up this month (September) at Zebra Rock Gallery:
On Sunday evening, 25 September, from 5:00pm, Nkandu Beltz, Freelance Journalist/Newswriter, Kununurra, is holding the next in her series of Cultural Nights at Zebra Rock Gallery. You are encouraged to bring a plate of food to share representing your own culture. We will be fundraising throughout the evening, whilst sharing our meals and culture with each other. We are calling upon local businesses to help us with this cause by donating whatever they can to auction or raffle during the evening. All funds raised will be donated to Save the Children – who are heavily involved, in the field, in providing emergency relief to the children of East Africa who are currently facing severe hardship and starvation due a prolonged drought. Enquiries to Nkandu (Telephone: 91692274; Mobile: 0447959788). Entertainment will be provided.
On September 11, Olive Knight, Indigenous Rhythm and Blues Singer/Songwriter will be singing live at Zebra Rock Gallery 5pm-7pm. One performance only. Entry: $20 adult; $50 family (up to 4 children) ; $10 child (over 6y). Book now 08 9168 1114 or at the door on the night.
Olive recently completed her debut album "Gospel Blues at the Edge of the Desert" earlier this year, before embarking on her first international role in a musical with Hollywood man, Hugh Jackman, in Toronto, Canada. She received ovations for her rendition of "Somewhere over the Rainbow"in her language Walmatjarri.