at St. John's Church next to Frank's Cider
Saturday, 27 April 2019 from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM + Add to calendar27/04/2019 18:0027/04/2019 21:30Australia/HobartFranklin Moonlight Cemetery Tour with Colonial SupperFranklin Moonlight Cemetery Tour with Colonial Supper Saturday, 27 April 2019 from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM (Tasmania Standard Time) Organiser Ms. Felicity Lemon email@example.com Address St. John's Church next to Frank's Cider 3328 Huon Highway Franklin Huon Valley 7113 Australia Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/85224/franklin_moonlight_cemetery_tour_with_colonial_supper.aspxSt. John's Church next to Frank's Cider
3328 Huon Highway
Franklin Huon Valley 7113
AustraliaMs. Felicity Lemonenquiries@terroraustralisfestival.comfalseDD/MM/YYYY2880
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Join us for intriguing tales of the characters and history behind the headstones of St John's Church cemetery in Franklin. Some of the headstones are over 150 years old!
Presented by Terror Australis Readers and Writers Festival and Frank's Cider.
When: Saturday, 27th of April 2019 from 6pm
Where: Meet at Frank's Cider, next to St John’s Church, Franklin
Cost: $45 per person, includes
- a Colonial Supper with a glass of Frank’s Cider, followed by the
- Moonlight Graveyard Tour of St John's Cemetery, then
- round out the evening with dessert.
Additional drinks available for purchase.
MATCH Lab FUNDRAISING - $1 = $2
With thanks to the generosity of Frank’s Cider and MATCH Lab, all funds raised through the event are doubled - $1=$2 – to go toward the Free Community Program in the Huon Valley’s new Terror Australis Readers and Writers Festival.
Terror Australis Readers and Writers Festival (TAF2019) is Tasmania's newest biennial writers festival.
Join us in the stunning Huon Valley, 31 Oct to 3 Nov 2019, for Murder She Wrote, a four day whirlwind of masterclasses, workshops, book parties and panel discussions to die for.
Auspicious Arts Projects Inc.
TAF2019 is a non-profit festival auspiced by Auspicious Arts Projects Inc. Auspicious Arts collects 10% GST on all sales and retains 5% of festival cash flow.