The Severnlea students  at the 2016 Border District Eisteddfod .
The Severnlea students at the 2016 Border District Eisteddfod . Amy Kadel

Eisteddfod planning begins

PLANNING has begun for this year's annual Border District Eisteddfod, with the new committee excited to introduce online registrations.

President Amanda Reimers has been involved with the event since 2012, this year taking on the lead. She praised the efforts of all committee members in delivering an excellent addition to the vibrant music, drama and dance scene in Stanthorpe.

This year the Border District Eisteddfod will run from May 30-June 3 in Stanthorpe and will include over 170 sections for individuals and groups of all ages across music, drama and dance disciplines.

This year, all entries will be received online, improving efficiency and allowing the committee to concentrate on running an exceptional event.

Entries open for Music, Drama and Performance and Italian from tomorrow March 1 and close Friday, March 31. Dance entries open Friday, March 24 and close Sunday, March 31.

Late entries will not be permitted.

For more information visit borderdistrict eisteddfod.org.au.

Stanthorpe Border Post


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