Who can forget the first time they watched the Julie Andrews classic The Sound of Music? The characters, the story, the songs – there's a reason why the 1965 film continues to enchant audiences across the globe nearly 50 years later.
You can never re-experience the first time you watched the film – but you can do the next best thing particularly if you own some Broadbeach real estate. If you head down with the family to Helensvale Library Community & Cultural Centre on 14 June at 6 p.m., you can rewatch the film for the first time again through the eyes of young ones.
The centre is holding a singalong to the film to raise money for the new Oxenford Men's Shed – an organisation which aims to support men's needs and reduce men's isolation in modern society. It will also raise money for the Oxenford State School P&C Association. So not only is it a great night of fun, you can also feel good about contributing to the local community.
Tickets are $16.50, and there will be food, alcohol and soft drinks also available for purchase. Finally, costumes are encouraged, so crack out that lederhosen.