Now in its 26th year, Spring Ball is THE major fundraising event for Castlemaine Community House.
The annual Spring Ball has become an institution across the Mount Alexander Shire.
The first Spring Ball was held in 1994. Castlemainiacs love to dance and they absolutely adore dressing up. Over the past quarter-century, an eclectic array of Spring Ball themes has provided ample opportunity for both: Rock n Roll, Funk, Punk, Reggae, Celtic, Big Band, Klezmer, Bollywood, the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, A Dark Night in Wonderland, Shipwrecked and more!
This year’s theme is ‘Paint the Town Red’. Dress up however you like: wear your favourite red T-shirt and shorts or red satin ballgown; throw on your shiny red boots or come as the red power-ranger!! The world is your (red) oyster. Everyone is welcome.
Saturday 15 October
7.30pm – 1.00am
The Ball is organised by a volunteer committee. If you would like to be involved or have any questions, contact email@example.com.
M79 emit a mix of electro-funk, upbeat reggae, sweet-as RnB, and swinging psych-pop for your dancing pleasure.The band began crafting their all-original musical compositions together in 2018, featuring Briega Young and Lisa Mills on vocals and keyboards, Euan Williamson on vocals, guitars, keyboard and beats, Telford Scully on vocoder, slide guitar, samples, keys and beats and Bradley Dawson on bass guitar.
M79 have rocked the Bridge Hotel, the Theatre Royal, the Taproom and Guildford Hotel and have fast become Castlemaine’s favourite all singing all dancing party band.
Managed by Mount Alexander Shire Council, Castlemaine Town Hall is one of the architectural gems in the town's historic area. A regular home to both the Castlemaine State Festival and Castlemaine Fringe Festival, it can seat up to 450 and has a fully equipped kitchen and bar service area in the foyer. For a full list of the Town Hall's facilities, to check availability and to make an instant booking click the 'Hire the venue' button below.