The Home Hill Library now has services to help residents purchase tickets to events held at the Burdekin Theatre or Burdekin Memorial Hall.
Burdekin Shire Council Community Development Manager Tony Vaccaro said the new service began on Monday, March 8, and would benefit residents without internet access, telephone facilities or transport to Ayr to book tickets.
“Previously all ticketing had to be done online, over the phone or through Council’s Customer Service Centre in Ayr,” Mr Vaccaro said.
“Now Home Hill residents can simply visit their local library branch and have Library Officer Jocelyn Defranciscis make the booking on their behalf.
“Jocelyn will phone the request through to one of Council’s Customer Service Operators who will arrange the allocation and printing of tickets once payment is made.
“Residents can also request their tickets be made available for collection from the Home Hill Library.
“This new service is really going to help make ticketed events more easily accessible to more Burdekin residents.”
Bookings can be paid for by cash or card and receipts will be issued with the tickets.
Find out what shows and events are coming to the Burdekin Theatre or Burdekin Memorial Hall at www.burdekintheatre.com.au or check out the weekly What’s On Diary in Friday’s Burdekin Advocate.
For more information please contact Council’s Customer Service Centre on 4783 9800 or visit the Council Chambers at 145 Young Street, Ayr.