The Ride SA Screening Tour is now complete, and what a fantastic journey it has been!
It’s gone quickly and we are halfway through our tour! So far we have screened the film in Murray Bridge, Victor, Goolwa, Strath, Tailem Bend, Kingston, Robe, Penola, Mt Gambier, Millicent, Naracoorte and Bordertown. In each town we receive incredibly warm receptions from the audience – we love it! Plus the country hospitality offered to us makes us smile!! So many people have supported the tour and us. It’s dangerous to single people out for fear we may miss someone, but we’ll give it a go!
After months of preparation, today we hit the road!
At each of the 22 towns visited, we will screen the full-length documentary that runs for 55 minutes.
In just over two weeks time we'll be hitting the road on The Ride SA Screening Tour, and we'd like to say a big 'thank you' to all of our supporters for helping to make this happen.
It's official!!!! Thanks to funding from the Julia Farr M S McLeod Benevolent Fund THE RIDE will be touring regional South Australia in October. We will be screening in Murray Bridge, Victor Harbor, Goolwa, Strathalbyn,Tailem Bend, Kingston, Robe, Millicent, Mt Gambier, Penola, Naracoorte, Bordertown, Keith, Lameroo, Loxton, Berri, Renmark, Barmera, Waikerie, Gawler, Nurioopta, and Adelaide....
The Ride WA Screening Tour is now complete, and what a fantastic journey it has been!
We're now down to the final three screenings of the WA Tour - and what a fantastic journey this has been.
We're now three days in to the final loop of our WA Screening Tour - making our way around the beautiful South West corner of WA.
The Eastern Loop ends tomorrow, with just two more screenings - tonight (in Merredin) and tomorrow (in Cunderdin).
We're having a great time touring country WA, visiting regional communities as part of the Eastern Loop to share our story and help the WA community to better understand the reality of living with a disability.
After three weeks touring northern WA, we've had a short break back in Perth and later today we're getting back on the road and heading to York for the first screening of the tour's Eastern Loop.
The Northern Loop of the tour is complete, here's a quick reminder of the communities we've visited...
This week we'll be screening in the final four communities as part of the tour's Northern Loop - Tom Price, Paraburdoo, Newman and Mt Magnet.
We've had a good start to the screening tour, but we need your support to help make this a success!
After months of preparation, the day has finally arrived.
The screening of the full-length documentary runs for 55 minutes, and we recommend arriving early to get a good seat!
In just over two weeks time we'll be hitting the road on The Ride WA Screening Tour, and we'd like to say a big 'thank you' to all of our supporters for helping to make this happen.
The tour has been split into three legs as detailed in the following tables.