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1st-30th - Waikerie High
School year 12 exhibiton at
Rain Moth Gallery.
20th - Cancer Council bingo
fundraiser at Waikerie RSL.
Eyes down at 7.30pm. Silent
aucton and raﬄe included.
27th - Made in Riverland
workshop at the old Target
Country store, Renmark,
6pm. Inquiries: caroline@
27th - Waikerie High School
music night, 6.30pm at the
WHS Hall. Bring your friends
and family to support the
28th - Waikerie Lions
Pageant, beginning with
classic cars at 6pm. Santa’s
Cave open at Waikerie
Insttute from pageant night
untl Christmas Eve.
30th - Charity golf day at the
Waikerie Golf and Country
Club. Contact David Tuckey on
0458 597 145 or Skye Tuckey
on 0487 162 037.
1st-31st - Waikerie Santa’s
Cave. Craf shop to purchase
hand-made gifs, toys and
treasures suitable for the
whole family. Photos with
Santa available. Groups,
coaches are welcome.
Waikerie Insttute, McCoy St.
5th - Advent Pageant by
Waikerie and Ramco primary
schools. Procession through
McCoy St, stopping outside
hotel for re-enactment of
Mary and Joseph at the
inn, 10am. Pageant ends at
Waikerie Primary School,
where a short program
and coﬀee and cake will be
6th - Waikerie Markets, civic
centre lawns, 9am to 1pm.
Local produce, food stalls,
breakfast and coﬀee available.
New stalls welcome.
7th - Rain Moth Gallery
opening of The Man Cave
exhibiton. All welcome.
A cracker performance
RIVMICS Dance students topped off the
year with a high-tech performance of The
Nutcracker All Jazzed Up at Renmark's
Chaffey Theatre on Saturday.
The dance school's annual concert was also
performed at the Waikerie High School Hall on
Sunday, November 16.
Rivmics instructor Carole Walker said the
Renmark venue allowed for extras including dry
ice, snowflakes and moving pictures.
"We had more effects to embellish the children,
and the children rose to the occasion," she said.
"The Chaffey Theatre is a lot less forgiving
because it's a larger stage, but they coped with it
This year's performance at Waikerie also had
an added attraction as it included a 40th birthday
celebration for Rivmics Dance.
"That was special because we had the afternoon
tea and cutting of the cake," Ms Walker said.
"A lot of the older students came back for that,
and the reminiscing was just amazing.
"(Rivmics) was a big part of their childhood in
Ms Walker thanked the families of students
who helped put the concerts together.
"We couldn't do it without them, that's for
sure," she said.
Ms Walker said next year's curriculum is set
to include a drama and singing focus, with the
annual concert set to feature musical numbers
from Mary Poppins.
Saturday's performance at the Chaffey Theatre
included an end-of-year presentation. See next
week's River News for photographs of award
winners. AWARD WINNERS
10 years: Xani Devito.
Tap: Novalee Inwood.
Junior hip hop: Jade Schmitt (first), Reuben Lehmann
(second), Olivia Ebert (third), Lerrato-Mae Wanguhu
(fourth), Tegan Carter (most improved).
Senior hip hop: Chelsea Wilson (first), Mia Herzog (equal
second), Chantelle Miller (equal second), Justice Ebert
(third), Kijana Wanguhu (fourth), Michael Whittingon-
Arnold (most consistent), Will Kroehn (most improved).
Sub junior jazz: Olivia Ebert (first), Lucy Kroehn (second),
Chloe Higgins (third), Alexia Rodgers (fourth).
Junior jazz: Emily Taylor (first), Novalee Inwood (second)
Nicola Schmidt (third), Taylah Kuchel (fourth).
Intermediate jazz: Milly Wood (first).
Senior jazz: Kira Mader (first), Tori Kay (second), Ebony
Neideck (third), Teal Hart (fourth).
Allison Nitschke Memorial Trophy: Kira Mader.
Shannon Sperling Memorial Award: Samantha Whittington-
INSTRUCTOR Carole Walker with the Rivmics Dance
40th birthday cake -- made by her daughter, Abby
Walker-Schwartz -- at the Waikerie High School Hall
earlier this month.
EBONY Neideck (right) played Drosselmeyer the magical toymaker in The
Nutcracker All Jazzed Up.
PHOTOS: Ryneisha Bollard
RIVMICS Dance students performing as toy soldiers.
RIVMICS Dance students in action at the school's annual concert.
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