Koorlini Arts Centre open time capsule for 25 year anniversary celebrations


Production manager Jon Lambert, Koorliny Arts Centre board chairwoman Lynne Woolfenden and Kwinana Mayor Carol Adams open the 25-year-old time capsule.
The capsule contents included letters, photos, videos and programs.
Koorlini Arts Centre open time capsule for 25 year anniversary celebrations
Production manager Jon Lambert, Koorliny Arts Centre board chairwoman Lynne Woolfenden and Kwinana Mayor Carol Adams open the 25-year-old time capsule. The capsule contents included letters, photos, videos and programs.

The centre was officially opened on March 12, 1991 by the then Kwinana Mayor David Nelson.

At the opening ceremony, former Peel MP Norm Marlborough dedicated the time capsule, which was buried in the centre’s garden.

The capsule was unpacked at the weekend by Kwinana Mayor Carol Adams and Koorliny Arts Centre board chairwoman Lynne Woolfenden.

Mayor Adams said the centre had been central to the development of the arts culture in Kwinana.

“Koorliny is well known for high- quality theatre and live performance – wowing audiences from far and wide,” she said.

“We hear of people travelling from all corners to enjoy the performances here, as well as consistently positive feedback about their support of local arts, cultural and recreation groups.”

Contact Koorliny Arts Centre on 9467 7118 or email admin@koorliny.com.au