Twilight Jazz at Dame Elizabeth Murdoch’s Cruden Farm


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Dame Elisabeth Murdoch’s Cruden Farm will once again host McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery’s annual fundraising event on Saturday 19 March.

Picnicers will be entertained by Mrs Mippy dixieland jazz band, Dukes of Debonaire, the Beckitt Brothers & The Frankston High School Senior Stage Band – Directed by Leon de Bruin.

This is the only event at Cruden Farm that takes in the gardens at twilight.

Bring your picnic basket, rug, table & chairs and sit back and enjoy the ambience and surrounds of the beautiful gardens and lakes whilst being entertained by a variety of bands across two locations within the grounds of Cruden Farm.

Browse the gift stall or purchase Elgee Park wines, soft drinks, tea, coffee or the ever popular gourmet sausage sizzle.

Details: Saturday 19 March. 4pm to 8pm. Enter via Cranhaven Road, Langwarrin. (Gates open at 3pm). MEL REF: 103 G6.


$20 pre-purchased

Incl $3 non-refundable booking fee

Pre-purchase available up to 3pm on Friday 18 March

$25 on the day (only available at the gate)

Ticket price includes a free coffee at McClelland Cafe, valid 20 March to 30 April.

Children under 12 are free

Bookings 03 9789 1671

First published in the Mornington News – 23 February 2016


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