Tuning into spring

Bendigo Weekly | Bendigo Weekly | 13-Sep-2013

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A jam-packed family fun day is scheduled to take place at Big Hill Vineyard for Homeless Youth’s major fundraiser for 2013.
The event will feature live music from local musicians Berlin Postmark, Pat Ward, Talisa Jobe, Taylor Sheridan and The Resonators and will take place on Sunday, October 27.
The aim is to raise funds for local charity Bendigo for Homeless Youth and The Father Bob Maguire Foundation.
Highlights of the afternoon will also be an appearance from Australia’s most loved celebrity priest Father Bob Maguire alongside a mystery superstar to be revealed soon.
In addition to the live entertainment, there will be free children’s entertainment with food and drink available to buy and shuttle buses available for people wishing to transport from Bendigo CBD.
Ticket prices are $50 a family (two adults and two children), $20 per adult (18 and over), $15 for students and $15 per child with under 6s receiving free entry.
Bendigo for Homeless Youth founder, Luke Owens said: “We are still thriving off our success last year in 2012 having raised more than $500,000 for Haven; Home Safe.
“However, there are still hundreds of vulnerable young people in our community who need our love and support in order to re-establish themselves to lead a successful life.
“Tune into Spring will be a day for your whole family to enjoy where you can have a blast and make a real difference in people’s lives in your community at the same time”
Luke said the Father Bob Maguire Foundation is doing exceptional work in Melbourne.
“The foundation is also planning to implement a series of outreach programs aimed at young Bendigo people in the near future,” Luke said.

Media enquiries: Luke Owens 0467 301 803
 Benny Jones 0403 431 966

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