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Promoting Yourself on Social Media

Members and guests were given an excellent overview on the differences and benefits of promoting yourself via social media, by Liz Keen, ABC Open Producer, Coffs Harbour, at our May monthly meeting.
Facebook is still the most popular form of social media by advertisers and it is ranked at number one, followed by for example: Twitter and Linkedin
The older population is embracing Facebbook more than ever, while Gen Y tend to use other forms of social media, like Twitter, Instagram and Flickr.

National Community Radio Survey

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The 2013 National Community Radio Survey has been released. View the survey results or take the 2014 survey now http://cbaa.org.au/Info_For_Stations/2013-National-Listener-Survey

 

HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL: ON STAGE AT PLAYERS THEATRE

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You know the world can see us, in a way that’s different from who we are … to touch the sky, to reach for the highest star!”
Disney’s highly successful HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL On Stage is on at the Players Theatre, Lord Street, Port Macquarie (An Exclusive Players Theatre Production) from 9th May to 1st June.
It has a talented cast from schools in the Greater Port Macquarie District including Melville High, Port Macquarie High, St Joseph’s Regional High, St Paul’s High, Mackillop Senior College and Camden Haven High.
Do you want to come to the special school shows??

ARTS NSW: ARTS & CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM GUIDELINES

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Arts NSW has today released Guidelines for applications to
the Arts & Cultural Development Program (ACDP), which
has replaced the previous Arts Funding Program.
The ACDP represents a renewal and re-thinking of the
NSW Government’s support for arts and culture.
Through this new program, Arts NSW will fund projects
and programs that are capable of creating the greatest
impact and value, and support a resilient and vibrant
arts and cultural sector delivering quality arts and cultural

Discover your Local Community Garden

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Discover how the Coffs Regional community garden is a friendly place where you can grow fresh food, learn and relax.
Bookings on this Coffs Ambassadors Tour are essential- you can book online or over the phone, using the details below.
The post Discover your Local Community Garden appeared first on Our Living Coast.

A History of Coffs Creek Walk

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Take a step back in time on this FREE guided walk and discover why this creek has played a prominent role in Coffs Harbour’s history.
Bookings on this Coffs Ambassadors Tour are essential- you can book online or over the phone, using the details below.
The post A History of Coffs Creek Walk appeared first on Our Living Coast.

Magical Mullaway

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Discover the abundant marine life along our coastline, from molluscs to majestic whales, along this walk on the northern beaches. Bookings on this Coffs Ambassadors Tour are essential as places are limited.
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Coramba Rainforest Stroll

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Experience the largest remaining patch of lush rainforest along the Orara River on this relaxing and easy stroll. Bookings on this Coffs Ambassadors Tour are essential.
The post Coramba Rainforest Stroll appeared first on Our Living Coast.

DEVELOPMENT MANAGER: SALTWATER FRESHWATER

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Saltwater Freshwater Arts Alliance Aboriginal Corporation (SWFWAA) is the regional body for Aboriginal arts and culture on the Mid North Coast of NSW. The Alliance’s objective is to position art and culture as the foundation for the social, economic and cultural development of the region’s Aboriginal communities. We coordinate regional programs that revive and strengthen Aboriginal art and culture fostering culturally based employment and skills development.

Harbour History Walk

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Learn about the Aboriginal and European history of Coffs Harbour on this relaxing walk from Coffs Creek estuary to The Jetty. Bookings on this FREE Coffs Ambassadors Tour are essential.
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