The Shearers’ Ball returns to its traditional venue, the Yarralumla Woolshed, for a great night’s dancing to round out the MFS 50th Anniversary celebration event. Music from the Bush Capital Band, featuring a collection of fine musicians from within the MFS.
No experience is required, no need to bring a partner, all dances will be called and taught on the night so just come along in less formal colonial gear or smart casual dress and comfortable shoes and join in the fun.
Shearers’ Balls have been around in regional Australia for a long time. Traditionally, they were usually held at the end of the shearing season before itinerant shearers moved away for a well-earned break or for other work.
When: Saturday 28 March 2020
Where: The Yarralumla Woolshed Location map
Dancing starts at 8pm till 11.30pm and please bring a plate for supper.
Adult entry: $19 Groups and concessions: $17 MFS members: $14 Students: Half Price Under 18s free
Buy a cup at the door for just $1, for all the hot or cold drinks you would like throughout the dance
NOTE: there will a number of other events held at the Yarralumla Woolshed through this day, as part of the Monaro Folk Society’s 50th Anniversary celebrations – click here for details