Lunchtime for Seniors has never been more lively, with Colonial Lunches throughout the year, available any time a group of 40 or more would like to get out and have some good old-fashioned fun.
Our Colonial Lunch days start at 10:30am with piping hot scones with jam and cream, bottomless tea or coffee and a hearty home-baked carvery lunch later on with live entertainment. If after all this, you still want more, desserts will be available. Colonial lunches are available for groups of 40 or more any day depending on availability of entertainer.
Throughout the year Theme Days are planned as well, from St Patrick’s celebrations to , Mother’s Week celebrations to Bush Christmas in July and other theme days
ST. PATRICK’S WEEK
March 13, 14, 15, 2017 – $43 inc. Morn Tea & Lunch
St Patrick’s celebration with traditional Irish Step Dancing, Kent Daniel and his fiddler singing all of the Irish evergreens. Prize for the “greenest” person.
May 8, 10, 11 – $42 ph inc M Tea Lunch
A wonderful selection of songs and yarns, dedicated t0 Mum by Kent Daniel. Ladies receive a delightful gift.
PATSY CLINE SHOW
May 16, 17 – $43 inc Morn Tea & Lunch
Maureen O’Brien & Ensemble present the life and times of Patsy Cline, considered the most influential and successful vocalist of the 20th Century…. with hits like”Crazy” “Walking after Midnight” “I Fall to Pieces”
June 13, 14, 2017 – $43 inc Morn Tea & Lunch
The Stories, the songs, the memories of the top female singers of the 50’s, such as Debbie Reynolds, Doris Day, Peggy Lee, Connie Francis, Bill Holliday, Eartha Kitt and more…. Presented by Maureen O’Brien & Ensemble.
BUSH XMAS IN WINTER
June 26 to July 31, 2016 – $42 Inc M. Tea Tea & Coffee
Join the thousands who throng to the Barn every July for our “Xmas in Winter” Devonshire Tea on arrival, country-style carvery and dessert and entertainment by Kent Daniel. Finish the day with a visit from Santa and Carols by CandlelightAug. 13,14,15,16 – $46
“WALK A COUNTRY MILE”
Aug. 13,14,15,16 – $46 inc Morn Tea & Lunch
A tribute to the music of “Slim” featuring MIck Fetch, Robbie Long and Glennie Ray Virus in an intimate format that includes insight into the origins of the songs and presented chronologically, touching on a career that was the soundtrack for so many lives.