It's a busy month for the West Tamar Arts Group with music to fill church buildings and artistic expression to cover gallery walls as part of the group's October events.
Music in the Churches is a biennial event the group holds which will run in 2021 with an all-Tasmanian cast.
Secretary Hilary Keeley said previously musicians had been brought over from the mainland, but that was not happening this year due to COVID-19.
"The churches are so acoustically brilliant, they were made to be able to sing in," she said.
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The first of the concerts will be held on October 16 from 7pm at the Tamar Valley Christian Church with Miss B's Student Services Choir, Bits of String, Marjorie Cardwell, The Launceston Male Choir, and Rose Burden.
Harps & Co, Peter Grayson-Weeks, Steve Brien, and Carl Cooper will play at the second concert on October 23 from 2pm at the Uniting Church.
Tickets to both events are $20 for adults and $10 for children. They can be bought from the Tamar Visitor Centre and Windsor Community Precinct.
Seniors Week will run from October 11-17 and to celebrate the WTAG will be holding Ageing Outrageously - an afternoon tea and exhibition of all things ageing on October 14.
There will be a prize for the most outrageous outfit on the day and for $5 attendees will get a glass of bubbly, tea and coffee, and nibbles.
Ms Keeley said one of the artists who had their work on display for the event had taken a photograph of a derelict barn as her vision of ageing, so it was completely open to interpretation.
The event will start at 2pm and run until 3.30pm.
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