DONNA Archdeacon of Cafe Dbar and Point Danger Volunteer Marine Rescue president Bernie Gabriel.
DONNA Archdeacon of Cafe Dbar and Point Danger Volunteer Marine Rescue president Bernie Gabriel. Tweed Daily News/Craig Sadler

Good vibes about Pt. Danger

THE good vibes will be flowing at Point Danger on August 2, with a special event to raise money for Volunteer Marine Rescue.

At the inaugural Vibe on the Hill, Cafe Dbar will donate 10 per cent of art sales, plus all coffee and tea sales for the day to the VMR, plus showcase on a number of bands and artists between 10am and 3pm.

Cafe Dbar owner Donna Archdeacon said it was an opportunity to attract people to “beautiful” spot that some may not know about.

“It is really all about showcasing local artists and local musicians, that is my drive - and we can fundraise at the same time,” Mrs Archdeacon said.

“I would like to see more entertainment and more up here each year and with Council's backup I could see it expanding.”

Mrs Archdeacon said she was hoping of a repeat of last year, when Cafe Dbar raised $12,000 for Canteen with a similar event.

Point Danger VMR president Bernie Gabriel said money raised would go towards a new training craft.

“We are more than happy to be involved with this.

“It promotes our situation and a good cause.”



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