Arts Narrogin plates up big ideas

Kellie BalaamNarrogin Observer
Arts Narrogin has called upon the public and organisations to come forward with ideas to enliven the town at the inaugural Pitch n Plate.
Camera IconArts Narrogin has called upon the public and organisations to come forward with ideas to enliven the town at the inaugural Pitch n Plate.

Narrogin is set to have its first live crowdfunding event thanks to an initiative launched by not-for-profit group Arts Narrogin.

Arts Narrogin has called upon the public and organisations to come forward with ideas to enliven the town at the inaugural Pitch n Plate.

A group of people will come together to share an affordable meal, with all income given as a grant to selected projects.

Visitors will pay $15 for a quiche and salad in return for one vote.

Up to five people or groups will pitch their ideas.

At the conclusion of the pitches, all participants will choose which project they wish to contribute to.

Arts Narrogin fundraising coordinator Deborah Hughes-Owen said they wanted to encourage creative thinkers who had ideas about how they could improve the liveability of Narrogin.

“Sometimes big projects grow from a small seed and even the tiniest change can enrich our lives and brighten our days,” she said.

Pitch n Plate will be held at Narrogin Bowling Club at 6pm on January 22.

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