It wouldn't be Christmas without our annual lunch at Curly's on the Boardwalk. We gathered to share the merriment after being socially distanced most of the year and look forward to more groovy harmonies in 2021. Photos: Tina Stubbs.
What a strange year it's been for our wonderful Cool Harmonians. From Zoom sessions to outdoor singing venues and now to a new spacious hall. But we’re back and we couldn’t be happier! Social distancing is a bit of a challenge as is singing in smaller numbers, but being able to gather together again to create luscious harmonies is truly magnificent - in fact so brilliant we are all laid back, relaxed and ‘Feeling Good’ ... could that be a cue for our latest song?
Who said you can’t sing and social distance at the same time? Despite the current restrictions, Cool Harmonies members have still been gathering together as a choir every week, singing up a virtual storm, creating lovely luscious sounds, and having heaps of fun and laughter in the process. Our first week was extra special as we had our first international participant Emma joining us from New Zealand! Nothing’s gonna stop this gorgeous bunch of singers, and we’ll continue doing what we all love doing online, until we can get back together again in the hall.
Lucky for us we managed to get together for our bi-annual retreat the week before we went into lockdown - phew! As usual there was lots of fun and merriment over the weekend with a jam-packed program that included singing, eating, dancing, a raucous ABBA themed movie night, meditation, silly games, cabaret acts, a highly charged Trivia Quiz, singing, eating, dancing, and- just to finish it off - more singing in the amphitheatre. The two days always fly by so fast and our wonderful Cool Harmonies family once again took away many special memories of happy times together. Photos: Tina Stubbs
Another fun and entertaining end of year celebration with these fabulous harmonians. We look forward to another year of singing and laughter in 2020. Photos: Hari Kotrotsios
Today we decked ourselves out with festive decorations and sang a few tunes at the Marcoola Merry Melodies event hosted by Marcoola Community Bank Branch of Bendigo Bank.
Photos: Hari Kotrotsios
Our big hearted choir members have shared the love again this Christmas by donating 17 bags of food and gifts to St Vincent de Paul, plus $200 worth of Coles gift cards from our talented Copper Creations ladies, Carol and Merilyn. Photos: Tina Stubbs / Fine Images Photography
We joined in the Harmony Day community event at Cotton Tree Park, celebrating our cultural diversity.
Photos: Hari Kotrotsios