THE Malachi Revival weekend will be held on October 20 and 21.
There will be six events based on past activities in the hall. The aim is to collect oral and pictorial memories of the hall from 1937 to 1977.
As part of the celebration, The Brad Child Swingtet will present a night of jazz music on the Saturday from 7pm.
“The Swingtet is a seven-piece swing orchestra comprised of the best swing jazz musicians in Australia,” a Malachi Revival spokesperson said.
“Wear your best party clothes and swing the night away to the fabulous sounds of a hot swing jazz band playing Miller, Basie, Goodman, Ellington and more.”
The evening will be hosted by Darcy Cheesewright.
Also on Saturday, October 20, from 2pm, an invitation is extended to great grandmothers to granddaughters and keen gents to a Queens and Princesses afternoon tea.
“Come together to enjoy scones and cakes with a good brew of tea – for which the Malachi is fondly remembered,” the spokesperson said. “Entertainment will be provided by musicians from Oberon.”
Wear your best party clothes and swing the night away.
Tickets are $12 and are available at the Visitor Information Centre, Long Arm Farm or from themalachirevival.eventbrite.com.au