Arts Narrogin revives community spirit with a bowl of soup

The successful pitchers from the first Pitch N Plate, held in January 2020. Photo by Kellie Balaam, Narrogin Observer.

Arts Narrogin revives community spirit with a bowl of soup

The first crowdfunding event hosted by Arts Narrogin was held at the end of January with the promise of a follow up get-together later in the year.

Happily, the second “Pitch ‘n’ Plate” has now been scheduled for Wednesday, 15 July and will be held in the Reception Centre at the Narrogin Town Hall.

Those attending the evening will pay $20 for their ticket and enjoy a supper of soup and artisan bread. They will hear three or four community members pitch their ideas for a project to enhance life in Narrogin.

Each $20 ticket will be converted to tokens which can be used to support the pitch or pitches that you judge to have the most value.

As part of the evening’s entertainment, the successful pitchers from the January event will return to talk about the progress of their projects and to answer questions that people might have.

Drinks will be available to purchase from the bar and there will be time to socialize.

Arts Narrogin is now calling on community members and organisations to come forward with their ideas to enliven the town. Applications can be made at

Tickets for the event will be limited to meet regulations current at the time and the first release are now on sale via the Arts Narrogin website or in person at Arts SPACE Tuesday-Thursday.

For further information, photographs or interviews, please contact Arts Narrogin manager, Caitlin Stewart, on 0448 490 409 or Arts Narrogin fundraising coordinator, Deborah Hughes-Owen on 0427 812 824.