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Category Archives: Arts
Ferntree Gully Arts Society – 1944 to 2019 This year, the Ferntree Gully Arts Society celebrates 75 years. Known to many locals as ‘The Hut’ – the name of the gallery, originally an old army hut – the art society … Continue reading
After 11 years of heavy duty, Ferntree Gully Library has been renovated and re-designed in a way that reflects changing patterns of use. First impressions are of spaciousness, clean signage on pale wood, and plenty of seating. Librarian Denise Hibbs … Continue reading
In 2014, the Ferntree Gully Arts Society celebrated its 70th anniversary. The society members decided its venue, The Hut Gallery, deserved a facelift. And so the little building with its orange exterior has been transformed. Its new soft-green outer sits comfortably within the background of … Continue reading
Do you like meeting people? Perhaps you would like to be a part-time journo for Ferntree Gully News? Your editor now receives more invitations than she can handle to visit community groups, take photos and write up a short ‘story’. … Continue reading
Cabaret at The Hut Teresa Cannon On 26 July, 70 people sat spellbound at The Hut as they witnessed the magical talent of well-known and much loved artists, Judi Connelli, Suzanne Johnston and Peter Hurley in a cabaret concert. The … Continue reading
Ferntree Gully News is excited to be launching Cordon Bloke: On Food, the first in its spin-off series of books. Compiled by the Editor, Cordon Bloke: On Food brings together a ‘gluttonous’ collection of articles from the Food Pages of … Continue reading