TAKE THE PLUNGE: The local Aboriginal Art Exhibition and Fashion Parade is one of more than 150 events featured in the Plunge Event Guide.
TAKE THE PLUNGE: The local Aboriginal Art Exhibition and Fashion Parade is one of more than 150 events featured in the Plunge Event Guide.

Plunge event guide to the best in arts and culture

AFTER sorting through more than 100 pages full of arts and cultural events in the festival event guide, Plunge coordinator Lou Gumb is even more excited for next month's festival.

"It's such a great guide for the event," she said. "It really highlights the wonderful things that are available during the festival."

"And every single one of those events are part of our community, and it's great the festival highlights them."

 

The 100 page guide, which is released on Friday, showcases the entire festival, with vibrant photos and information about the Plunge Festival which runs from March 26 until April 26."

"It's such a great resource for locals and tourists alike for the festival," Mrs Gumb said.

"And it's just grown every year; people can see that through the book, and the promotion they get through social media and online through the website it's great to be part of it."

The festival launches on March 26 at the pop up hub in an event in conjunction with Arts Northern Rivers at the Yamba Industrial Estate, and kicks off a month long festival of art and cultural events in the Clarence Valley.

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The festival event guide will be available from Friday at Clarence Valley libraries, the Grafton Regional Gallery, council chambers and will be dropped at businesses throughout the valley.

Meet Hailey Voorand - the photographer behind the lens of the Plunge Festival Guide cover

"The Yamba Chamber of Commerce is also including the guide in the welcome pack as part of holiday letting," Mrs Gumb said.

"Everyone I talk to is really excited about it, the feeling is quite infectious, and I hope people support it."

The online version of the book will be available on the Clarence Valley Council website at www. clarence. nsw.gov.au/plunge and more information is found at the Clarence Valley Culture Facebook site.



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