Highlands musicians, artists and performers are needed for the 2018 Tulip Time.
The Wingecarribee Shire Council are in search of contributions that can be made in the forms of art installations, community workshops, outdoor or indoor performances or demonstrations, and local artists and artisans stalls.
Destination Southern Highlands manager Steve Rosa said the theme for this year will be ‘Creating Memories’ through the colourful displays of massed planted tulips and a range of activities and installations created by Southern Highlands artists in all fields of the Arts.
The charity partners are the Wingecarribee Adult Day Care Centres Inc and Dementia Australia.
Local celebrity Noeline Brown will be the ambassador.
Tulip Time 2018 will run for 14 days from September 18 to October 1 and will be held at Corbett Gardens in Bowral.
To put forward an idea, email Jenny Kena at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 4868 0855.
A meeting of interested people will be held on Tuesday, February 20 at 10am in the Gibraltar Room at the Civic Centre in Moss Vale.