Carmel Stanley and Marguerita Dobrinin are busy preparing for the Gladstone Eisteddfod.
Carmel Stanley and Marguerita Dobrinin are busy preparing for the Gladstone Eisteddfod.

City's alive with sound of music

THE Gladstone City Eisteddfod is so close you can almost hear it.

With only eight more sleeps until opening night, organisers are busy applying the final touches.

The 2010 program has been on sale for over a month now and copies have been selling quickly.

President Carmel Stanley said the Eisteddfod was for everyone.

“Whether this is your first Eisteddfod or you have performed in the past, I am sure you are looking forward to presenting your performance for our enjoyment,” Ms Stanley said.

Copies of the program and the syllabus are on sale at David’s Musical Centre, Spar Express, Toolooa Pharmacy, Clinton Park Newsagency or Mitre 10.

For other Eisteddfod inquiries phone 4972 7131.



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