Event Type: Music | Dance | Bermagui
Saturday 26 September, 4pm
Windsong Pavilion, Four Winds Road, Barragga Bay (Map at bottom of page)
Costs /Bookings: Free but bookings required
To register go to www.fourwinds.com.au/whats-on
Highly-regarded creative talent Milena Cifali is an award winning singer-songwriter, classical guitarist and poet who, along with her partner Jim Horvath, lost her home, instruments and beloved parrots in the Mallacoota bushfires on New Year’s Eve 2019. Out of adversity, Milena has written a heartfelt book sharing her personal journey towards recovery, against the larger backdrop of an unprecedented bushfire season and the Coronavirus pandemic.
The book showcases Milena’s considerable talents of writing, poetry, lyrics, and photography to create a stirring and timely work. At its heart is the search for home and its aim to connect with Australia’s fire ravaged communities and to provide solace, facilitating healing for all those suffering loss amongst these communities.
Four Winds is proud to support the 2020 River of Art and Milena Cifali in bringing this event to the Windsong Pavilion. Milena will be performing songs, reading extracts from the book as well as speaking about her experience of losing everything in the Mallacoota fires. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, this event has very limited audience capacity. Free admission but bookings are required.
Bookings – fourwinds.com.au/whats-on/
Seating is available inside and outside. Mallacoota Time will be available for purchase at the launch.
Windsong Pavilion, Four Winds Road, Barragga Bay