You know they are getting ready for their annual Creative Performance Evening?
You know they all have a disability?
But that they rock the stage?
You know they literally stopped our Relay for Life, as everyone stopped to watch them perform?
You know... and this is a bit of a secret... I'm the youngest Music Maker?
If you don't know about the Music Makers, click here.
You need to know about them because they are captivating.
They really make you smile.
And, they're talented and perform with lots of energy.
Want to see them?
May 23rd at the Shellharbour Club!
Get tickets at the door, or from Melissa: 0409 976 987.
(Adults = $20 and children under 12 = $10.)
Doors open at 6pm and the show opens at 7pm.
Local radio personality, Bianca Dye, will be emceeing on the night.
They have been rehearsing and getting ready.
They have colourful costumes and know their dance steps.
The Performance Evening Concerts are a major fundraiser for the Disability Trust.
This year, a big focus will be on the enjoyment the group gets from performing... and on how they can make an audience smile and feel loved.
This year, I will be there.
I am so proud that the Music Makers will let me be with them.
Over the last year, I have been lucky enough to get to know lots of the performers and their families. I wish them the best of luck for their performance night. I know they will rock the stage!
So far we've raised around $48,000 for the trust through the evening.
While there will be support acts like Sean Emmett from Young Talent Time, the stars of the show are the Music Makers, who will perform a number of routines.
This year there are 18 people in the Music Makers, and they get together for two hours every Friday for rehearsal and they've put together a great show.
They're doing a Katy Perry song, a percussion piece from the movie Pitch Perfect; they're doing a tap dance performance and a variety of other things as well, so it's going to be a really great night.
It's really amazing when the curtains come back and the lights come on and you see the looks on the group's faces.
It's a special night for them. It's really humbling to see how much they enjoy it.
(Read more on the Kiama Independent website)
So you can get ready, we're sharing the items you might like to bid on:
· 2x Jamberoo Action Passes Worth $70.00
· Image Skin Care Travel Pack- Worth $46.00
· 2x $20 Hayworth’s Gift Vouchers
· Indulge Sense Beautifying Package- worth $40.00
· Gem Hair Straighter- worth $60.00
· Salt & Pepper Mill- Russell Hobbs Brand- worth $45.00
If you have something you would like to donate to the Music Makers and the Disability Trust, contact Melissa on 0409 976 987.
A huge thank you to the generous businesses and people who donated these items. Thank you for your support.