Spring in to spring with outdoor activities
Another weekend is here and hopefully along with it comes some nice weather. For those looking for something to do this weekend, we have created a list of events you may like to get to. Those who love AEowers may enjoy the Spring Spectacular of Orchids hosted by the Goulburn Valley Orchid Club today from 9 am to 4 pm and tomorrow from 10 am to 4 pm.
Held at Kialla Paceway, Goulburn Valley Hwy, Kialla, the show will feature a wide display of orchids, plus potting demonstrations, AEoral arrangements and sales. Entry is $5. Kelly Mini Sports will be held at Ferrari Park, Mooroopna today from 10 am to 10.45 am.
Run by expert coaches, Kelly Mini Sports gives children the chance to discover sport while developing fundamental motor skills.
Entry is free and participants are asked to wear comfortable clothes and take a drink bottle.
The Powercor Tour de Depot will be held tomorrow from 8 am.
Now in its third year, the Powercor Tour de Depot is a regional cycling event that offers a 20 km time trial, a family-friendly 5 km or 10 km community ride and a free community festival all starting at Victoria Park Lake.
To Ånd out more about the event and to register go to www.cam.bicyclenetwork.com.au/ shop/74/
Also on tomorrow is the Mooroopna Lions Club Farmers Market at Ferrari Park, Mooroopna from 8.30 am to 1 pm.
The market will feature a wide range of fresh produce and crafts.
The Boulevard Bush Reserve Community Day will also be held tomorrow from 10 am to noon at the Boulevard Bush Reserve.
The day is hosted by RiverConnect and gives people the chance to learn more about plants and animals that live at the reserve.
The event is free to attend but people are encouraged to register for catering purposes by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning 5832 9700.
Playball will be held tomorrow at Congupna Recreation Reserve from 10 am to 11 am.
Playball is a multi-sport program that teaches sport and life skills to children aged two to eight.
Those keen to attend are asked to wear comfortable clothing and take a drink bottle.
For more information phone Playball Goulburn Valley on 0403 179 873.
The Goulburn Valley Concert Orchestra will perform its last performance for its annual chamber concert series tomorrow at 2pm.
The performance will be held at Shepparton’s Eastbank Centre on Welsford St. The concert is a gold coin donation and bookings are not required.
Fun: Isla, 8, and Jasmine Cahill, 11, had their faces painted at last year’s Tour de Depot.