The Roaring 20s and All That Jazz show scheduled for Mactier Gardens in Tatura tomorrow has been moved indoors due to expected high temperatures.November 28, 2012 1:30pm
Due to hot weather scheduled for tomorrow, Tatura’s Performance In the Park of Roaring 20s And All That Jazz has been moved from Mactier Gardens to the Tatura Senior Citizens Club.
Performance in the Park is part of Greater Shepparton on the Moove’s Activities in the Park program which is aimed at encouraging people to get active and enjoy the parks and open space in Greater Shepparton.
The Riverside Ramblers will present a musical journey through the era of Art Deco, Flappers, Charleston, fabulous automobiles and Dixieland Jazz.
Greater Shepparton City Council’s Leisure Facilities Officer Carmen Nicholson said temperatures were forecast to hit 40 degrees on Thursday.
“For the health and safety of our patrons and performers, we have moved the performance indoors, to the Senior Citizens Centre,” Ms Nicholson said.
The performance kicks off from 1.30pm on Thursday.
For more information about the Activities in the Park program, visit www.onthemoove.com.au.
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