Fleur McDonald Book Launch

Past Event


Featuring as part of the Albany Town Hall Relaunch Festival

"With the sickening realisation that his cover has been blown, Detective Dave Burrows knows his family is in serious danger from vicious stock thieves and murderers. Bulldust and his brother Scotty. Bent on revenge, Bulldust and Scotty are hiding out close to Dave and Mel’s old home town of Barrabine. When devastating news brings Dave back there, he has to question his determination to stay in the police force. How could he live with himself if anything happened to Mel and the kids?"

About Fleur McDonald
Fleur McDonald has lived and worked on farms for much of her life. After growing up in the small town of Orroroo in South Australia, she became a jillaroo before spending twenty years farming 8000 acres, east of Esperance, WA.

Fleur McDonald is also the founder of the non-for-profit organisation, DVassist (renamed in 2020 from Breaking the Silence). This organisation provides information on local services for people experiencing family and domestic violence in rural and remote areas of Australia.

'Something to Hide' lands in stores 30th March
Eager to get your hands on a copy? Pre-order your copy of 'Something to Hide' now with Paperbark Merchants
(240 York St (08) 98428 044)


Join Fleur McDonald in conversation with Paperbark Merhcants' Billie Whitbread as they discuss all things 'Something to Hide'. Hang around after the talk, share a drink and get your book signed by Fleur.

If you don't already have a copy of the book by the night of the launch, don't panic as stock will also be available for sale at the event.

More info 
https://www.fleurmcdonald.com/
https://artsandculture.albany.wa.gov.au

Bar facilities available

Limited spaces due to a COVIDSafe Plan

Duration: 90 mins

Companion Card accepted - purchase tickets in store and present registered companion card at time of purchase

COVIDSafe Plan (Phase 4) consisting of reduced venue seating and a hygiene plan for the safety of our audience, volunteers and performers.

At the Town Hall:

  • Doors will open 1/2 hr before, come early to reduce lining up at the entrance.
  • Hand sanitiser will be supplied.
  • Sign in at entrance with your phone using the Albany Town Hall QR code with your phone or fill in the sign-in registration sheet.
  • Do not attend if you're unwell, have experienced cold or flu symptoms recently.

Any questions related to this event email arts@albany.gov.au or phone 6820 3740

Download the full Albany Town Hall Relaunch Program here

Tickets are available through Paperbark Merchant at https://paperbark.sales.ticketsearch.com/sales/sales/sales


Event Details

Time: 7:00pm-8:30pm

Venue: Town Hall Downstairs Gallery

Cost: Gold Coin Donation

Enquiries

Organisation: City of Albany Arts and Culture Team

Phone: 6820 3700

Email: arts@albany.wa.gov.au

Website: https://artsandculture.albany.wa.gov.au/

Event Date(s)

  • Friday 9th April 2021

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