Sadly more important community events have been hit by the current health situation and have either been cancelled or postponed.
The City of Shoalhaven Eisteddfod, arguably one of the region's biggest creative arts events won't be held this year.
The eisteddfod committee released the following statement to explain why the event would be cancelled.
"Sadly, the City of Shoalhaven Eisteddfod will not go ahead this year," the statement said.
"This is a very difficult decision for the organising committee to make, however, given the current situation concerning COVID-19, we feel that this is the only responsible action to take.
"There are concerns on many fronts and it is better to make the decision sooner rather than later.
"We're already aware of restrictions on crowds of over 500 and that may well change in the coming days and weeks.
"We have a duty of care to the competitors, adjudicators, audience members and our volunteers.
"Refunds will be made to all competitors, sponsors and donors in the coming days."
For further information please contact Rae Harris on 4448 6048.
Meanwhile, the Shoalhaven Lydian Singers have cancelled their two scheduled concerts Songs of Peace and War scheduled for Saturday, April 25 at the Berry School of Arts, and for Sunday, April 26 at the Nowra School of Arts.
Hopefully, the concerts will be rescheduled at a similar time in April 2021. Contact Alison Friend on 0410 127 294 for more information.
The Happy Sounds singing group, who meet every Friday at the Senior Citizens Centre so people can experience the joy of singing as people age, have cancelled all its sessions until further notice. Contact Judy Potter on 0412 219 895 for more information.
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