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Be captivated by great artwork
The Rotary Club of Langwarrin is holding their 7th Annual Art Show showcasing local talent at the St Judes Primary School, 30 Warrandyte Road Langwarrin. There will be over 100 unique artworks by notable artists on display and all of these artworks will be for sale.
An Art Show not to be missed. Photo courtesy of the Rotary Club of Langwarrin.
Additionally they will have a separate area that will display student art, which will not be for sale. These artworks will be from a large selection of up and coming artists.
You will be able to attend the opening night on Friday the 27th of November from 7.00pm to 9.00pm where you will be able to meet the exhibited artists.
The Art Show will commence on Saturday the 28th of November from 10.00am to 4.00pm and if you haven't had enough time to view all the paintings you can go back on Sunday the 29th November from 10.00am to 3.00pm. Maybe you will see a piece of artwork that you would like to purchase.
More artwork form the 2014 show. Photo courtesy of the Rotary Club of Langwarrin.
The judge for the Rotary Club of Langwarrin 7th Annual Art Show of 2015 is Glenn Hoyle who works in oils, acrylic, watercolours and pastels. Glenn has won many awards over the years are his artwork can be found in private collections throughout Australia and overseas.
Glenn Hoyle creating a new piece of artwork. Photo courtesy of event organiser.
The Langwarrin Rotary Club was officially chartered on 17 May 1982 and the original memberships were business and professional men in the Langwarrin area.
The original meeting place of the Club was at the Amstel Golf Club in Cranbourne, then there followed a round circuit of the Baxter Tavern, then the Twins Restaurant, Langwarrin Community Centre, and now Beretta's Langwarrin Hotel, where honorary member Tommy Carter entertains every Sunday with his jazz band.
Without the tireless work on club members and their volunteers many of the great causes in the area would not get the funding that is much needed.
Some of the projects undertaken by the Club in the past include:
• Donating to Langwarrin CFA for the purchase of "Jaws of Life"
• Helped establish the Nepean Respite Centre in Seaford.
• Built the skate park located on the Frankston-Cranbourne Road in Langwarrin for the local children.
• Raised money for the provision of water pump for construction of a well in Naga, a small remote village in the Philippines.
• Donated supplies of books to a needy school in the Solomon Islands.
More recently, the Club has been involved with helping to raise money for the Skye Fire Brigade to purchase a new tender, and also to raise funds for the Frankston Chaplaincy.
Locally, each year the Rotary Club of Langwarrin arrange scholarships for the local Langwarrin schools, co-ordinate with the Scouts for the annual Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal and various other ad-hoc projects, more recently the National Tree Day, helping local plant 1500 trees in Lloyd Park.
So if you are interested in becoming a member or just visiting the Rotary Club of Langwarrin they hold their meetings on the first and third Monday (except for Public Holidays) of every month at 6:30pm for 7:00pm start and visitors are welcome.
Now if you are looking to acquire a beautiful piece of artwork or just like looking at what great artists are creating , make sure you put the dates for this great exhibition into your diary and if you are in the neighbourhood, you should make the time to attend.