2017 RACV ENERGY BREAKTHROUGH

2017 RACV Energy Breakthrough - 23 to 26 November

 

The 2017 event will be staged in Maryborough at Prince Park from 23 to 26 November.

Held annually in the Central Goldfields Shire, the award winning event is the largest and most significant event on our local events calendar:

The RACV Energy Breakthrough is a joint initiative of Central Goldfields Shire Council, Country Education Project and the RACV.

It is also made possible thanks to sponsorship from RACV, State Government, Vic Roads, La Trobe University, Central Highlands Water, True Foods, Cyient (global manufacturing company) and Country Education Partnership. 

For more information on the event visit www.racveb.com


Volunteers Wanted 

Expressions of Interest are currently being sought for additional Volunteers for the 2017 RACV Energy Breakthrough.

Volunteer roles include: Marshalling, Judging, Masseurs, Administration, Entertainment, Wi-Fi Support, Social Media, Video Producer, and Camping Coordinator.

To register your interest in any of the above please go to racveb.com

If you are part of a group/organisation that could potentially Marshal a corner, please contact Ben Robertson at benr@cgoldshire.vic.gov.au or phone 5461 0678.

 

RACV Energy Breakthrough road closures

For the successful delivery of the event road closures will be in place:

For more information about road closures contact the Central Goldfields Shire Recreation Unit on 5461 0610. 

 

Enjoy a movie under the stars as part of the RACV Energy Breakthrough event

 

Pack a blanket, beanbag and some popcorn and get ready to enjoy a FREE twilight, outdoor cinema experience right here in the Central Goldfields Shire.

 

Everyone’s invited to enjoy a special screening of The Boss Baby on Thursday 23 November at 8.30pm as part of this year’s RACV Energy Breakthrough event.

 

Entry is FREE and the community is encouraged to bring a picnic blanket, chair or beanbag and enjoy a great night of entertainment in Maryborough.

 

The Boss Baby is an animated film that was released in March this year. It tells the story of a how a new baby’s arrival impacts a family and is told from the point of view of a delightfully unreliable narrator - a wildly imaginative 7-year-old named Tim.

 

The movie will be shown in the RACV Energy Breakthrough event village, on the grassed area near the Rotunda.

 

Fast Facts

 

This event is sponsored is sponsored by FReeZA.

 

The RACV Energy Breakthrough is a joint initiative of Central Goldfields Shire Council, Country Education Project and the RACV.

It is also made possible thanks to sponsorship from RACV, State Government, Vic Roads, La Trobe University, Central Highlands Water, True Foods, Cyient (global manufacturing company) and Country Education Partnership. 

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