Tuesday 28 May 2024

70th Anniversary - Informal get-together @ Tritton Hall, from 11am Saturday 13th July, 2024

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BMC is the second oldest Folk Club in the English Speaking world

The Bush Music Club turns 70 this year!  history 

BMC turns 70 this year & we have plans! - Dance & lunch @Petersham Town Hall, Sunday 27th October

Duke's youngest daughter May, & grandson Don,
son of Duke's youngest son, also named Don, 
visited the Hut in 2018


BMC gathering Saturday 13th July, from 11 to early evening

Another activity has been added to our 70th Anniversary celebrations.

It will be an informal event where attendees can share memories, song, tunes, recitations, yarns - bring a plate & share a meal, check out some interesting books & archival material

We're hoping to also show off some interesting blogs 
https://blog.bushmusic.org.au/   https://blog.bushmusic.org.au/p/guide-to-blog.html

Tritton Hall, Hut 44, Addison Road Centre, 142 Addison Road, Marrickville. There's plenty of parking & the 428 bus from Canterbury to CBD stops outside the Centre, walk to the right of the Hall - the Hut is across the grass, decorated with dancers & musicians. Trip planner https://transportnsw.info/trip#/

Sandra Nixon - BMC's Archivist & Blogger, 
quiries   <bushmusicclub@gmail.com>  

Banner made by Dale Dengate in 1968 with sashes from 1968 & 1969 Tuena Gold Rush  Silver badge on the right is BMC's first badge, designed in 1961 by Foundation Member Pam Loughlin. Badge below is our current badge. Badges to the left are our 50th, 60th & 70th Anniversary badges. 

50th Badges are no longer available, while 60th & 70th Badges are available from our Secretary


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