Upper Hunter Shire Council hosting series of workshops in Murrurundi, Scone and Merriwa

Updated June 30 2016 - 1:53pm, first published 1:49pm
INITIATIVE: Upper Hunter Shire Councillor and community services committee chair Lee Watts, art consultant Jenny Brown and community services officer Tash Taaffe who will be working together to create a cultural plan for the shire.
INITIATIVE: Upper Hunter Shire Councillor and community services committee chair Lee Watts, art consultant Jenny Brown and community services officer Tash Taaffe who will be working together to create a cultural plan for the shire.

WHETHER it’s treading the boards under the bright stage lights at Scone’s Old Court Theatre, mixing oils in Murrurundi to smear over a beckoning blank canvas or sewing up a quilted storm in Merriwa, culture brings a richness and diversity to our community. 

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