The Bundy Hall is a Community Hall with regular events held by and for the community.
An exciting event is coming up on 5th September 2018, on health and nutrition. It is called Keys to Better Health and more details are on our Facebook page Bundalaguah Myrtlebank Hall.
What’s on at the Bundy Hall can be found on the Calendar of events page on this website. For more event and community information please subscribe to the Support the Bundalaguah-Myrtlebank Hall Facebook page.
Live music gigs are held at least once a month at the Bundy Hall and you can find more information about these at Live at the Bundy.
We have a few weekly events at the Bundy Hall:
Monday evenings at 6pm there is a Kundalini Yoga class with Jill Atherstone, which runs for an hour. All welcome, no experience needed. For more details check the webpage infinitycottage.com or the Facebook page Kundalini Yoga with Jill.
Tuesday evenings at 6.30pm there is a Zumba class hosted by Wendy Gilbert. For more details check her website Zumba with Wendy Gilbert
Every Saturday morning at 9.30am there is a Pilates class run by Natalie Wood, beginning on 21st April and running till 16th June 2018. For more details you can phone Natalie on 0455 665 548.
Every Wednesday from 10am is the CWA or Country Women’s Association and details of what’s on can be found by phoning Marian on 0400861300 or Sue on 0438115885.
Every month there is Live band entertainment with popular artists such as Fiona Boyes, Blue Eyes Cry, the Soultanas and Joe Camilleri and The Black Sorrows! Join the Live at the Bundy Facebook Page to keep up to date with live music events at the Bundy Hall.
Backsliders are back on the road again in 2018. The band has toured the festival and venue circuit for over 30 years releasing a swagger of albums along the way. Vocalist, guitarist and awarded songwriter Dom Turner is the founding member of the group. Drum and percussion virtuoso and songwriter Rob Hirst (Midnight Oil), an acclaimed name synonymous with the best of Australian music has been with Backsliders for the past 18 years. Joining Dom and Rob is harmonica master, Ian Collard.
Having played the Bundy Hall before, the band is looking forward to experiencing the unique atmosphere found there once more.
“There’s a real sense of community when you play at the Bundy. The venue itself is historic, and it feels a lot like you’re playing in northern Mississippi. It’s got that off-the-beaten track feel about it, which is perfect for the kind of music we play.”
Turner says punters can expect a high-energy show in April. “For a good part of last year we were off the road doing other things. We just started up again in January so the vibe in the bad is really high at the moment, we’re excited to be back playing together.”
BBQ from 6pm Doors open 7pm.
Support artist Screaming Stu & Col Wilson. The Bluse Cruise.
The Bundy Hall renovations have been completed for the moment and the hall is looking very well cared for! We are now hiring the hall out to all who need it and it is a great community space. For details about the hire please go to the Hall hire page in the index