The Mandurah Senior Citizens Centre management and staff have a great deal in store for its members and the general public in the month of April.
This will follow their successful first concert of the year in March, which featured the 7th Heaven Duo, who performed in front of 160 people.
The duo performed a fabulous rendition of In the Mood followed by other 40s favourites, finishing with Hit the Road Jack.
After some experiences with 7th Heaven for various concerts, they have proven to be very popular and there is always a lot of interest when they visit Mandurah.
The centre staff has invited the Sometimes Three Trio to perform on April 3 at 1.15pm in their main hall. Attendees can expect an array of hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s.
Kaye and Joy from Sometimes Three Trio have been in show-business for many years and have travelled to the United States with The Gold Medal Perth Harmony Chorus.
Singing in the Rain, Oklahoma and Les Miserables are some of the shows that they have participated in, while the Trio also appears at the Perth Town Hall on a regular basis.
Many years ago, Kaye enjoyed the company of Mandurah MP David Templeman, who was compare of his Old Time Music Hall at the Seniors Centre.
Another event for the seniors community to get involved in is a free national advanced care planning week event on April 3, from 10am until noon, also in the main hall.
The morning event will be presented by Jenny Seaton and local service providers. Free morning tea is available, but bookings are essential.
Finally, on April 27, The Way We Were will be performed in the main hall.
This event is a fundraiser for the preservation of WA Music and will feature nine of Perth's top performers.
These include Kelly Green, Eddie Storm, Brenton Fosdike, Wayne Pride, Moira and Bobby from Blue Diamond Duo, Jenny Wren, Ray Van Ross and George Boyer.
For tickets and information on these events, call Bethany at the Seniors Centre on 9550 3799.