Under the Stars will be held at the Deniliquin High School grounds later this month.March 12, 2014 4:07am
Toby Joice, Daniel Scroop, Mariah Cooper, Brooke Begg and Ryan Feltwell; (front) Emma Burgess, Jorja Godfrey, Steph Limousin and Olivia O’Neill preparing for Under the Stars.
Deniliquin High School is soon to present Under the Stars, an evening of outdoor music and canapés.
Under the Stars will be held on Wednesday, March 26 at the school grounds adjacent the multi purpose centre.
Deni High P&C secretary Carolyn Murphy said the semi-formal, adults-only event will showcase the talents of students in music, hospitality and creative arts.
‘‘We are wanting to create a bit of a classy event, encouraging people to dress up and enjoy an evening of music and canapés in a twilight outdoor setting,’’ she said.
‘‘Hospitality students will be serving savoury and sweet finger foods and fruit punch that they have prepared.
‘‘A range of easy listening music will be performed by music students, and arts students will be setting the scene with white tree silhouettes and fairy lights as well as dressing the outdoor stage.
‘‘This is a P&C fundraiser, with all proceeds raised going directly back into the school.
‘‘Get your tickets now for what will be a most enjoyable autumn evening’s entertainment.’’
Under the Stars commences at 7pm, with tickets $25 per person that can be purchased at the DHS front office or Deniliquin Newsagency & Bookstore.
For further details contact Carolyn Murphy on 5881
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