21 June 2016 What's On Newsletter Hits 100

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21 June 2016 What's On Newsletter Hits 100

Council’s ‘Arts and Culture – What’s On’ newsletter is celebrating its 100th edition this week.

For the past three years, the newsletter has been bringing the Coffs Harbour community all the latest information on cultural activities and happenings in the city and region.

Coffs Harbour local and arts advocate Leonie Henschke is a big fan of the newsletter.

“It’s impossible to hear of all the cultural activities in our vibrant community just by word of mouth,” she says. “With the ‘What’s On’ newsletter there is one central source of information which arrives in your inbox with all the relevant details.

“It’s all there on ‘What’s On’ and it’s up to event organisers from the whole area to make use of this informative, catchy and well laid-out newsletter - and for us consumers to subscribe and read. Then we will all know what’s on.”

Every fortnight subscribers receive news on all sorts of local and regional events – dance, music, exhibitions, film, workshops, job opportunities and grants.

It’s easy to subscribe here, plus arts and cultural groups and event organisers can send their information for inclusion in the newsletter to Artenews@chcc.nsw.gov.au