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OC­TO­BER 31 Guided Her­itage Walks

Du­ra­tion 1 hour, min­i­mum 6 adults, easy walk­ing. 10 am, Echuca His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety Mu­seum. $15pp, phone 5480 7555 or Gwen 5482 4932, 0456 223 184 or tek­me­dia@big­ Late­com­ers please pay guide at com­mence­ment (no EFTPOS).

NOVEM­BER 1 – 25 Foundry Arts Space — In­dige­nous Weav­ing Ex­hi­bi­tion

Lo­cal in­dige­nous artists present an ex­hi­bi­tion de­voted to weav­ing. Open­ing 6 pm, Thurs­day, Novem­ber 1. 11–17 Mur­ray Es­planade, Echuca, phone 0429 168 424.

NOVEM­BER 2 Light the Night Echuca Moama

Leukaemia Foun­da­tion’s beau­ti­ful evening lantern walk where lo­cals from Echuca Moama come to­gether and trans­form the dark­ness into a sea of glow­ing light to beat blood can­cer and walk over the Mighty Mur­ray on the Echuca Moama Bridge join­ing the twin towns. 6 pm – 9 pm, Kerrabee Sound­shell, Moama. Phone Bill Ku­luris 0409 169 142.

NOVEM­BER 2 Echuca Moama Com­edy Feast

Fea­tur­ing Dave O’Neil, Richard Stubbs and Des Dowl­ing. Al­lo­cated seat­ing, book tick­ets Doors open 7 pm at Rich River Golf Club.

NOVEM­BER 2 – DE­CEM­BER 1 “Tat­too Na­tion” 21st Birthday Ex­hi­bi­tion

Fea­tur­ing ink work, paint­ings and sculp­ture by Squir­rel and as­so­ciates. Al­ton Gallery, Fri­day 10 am–2.30 pm, Satur­day, 10 am – 1 pm, or by ap­point­ment, free en­try. Phone 0439 460 690.

NOVEM­BER 2–6 The Big Co­huna Fes­ti­val

Get Your Back­side Creek­side street food fes­ti­val, art, mu­sic, farm yard frolic, Creek­side fair, farms and makers mar­ket.­

NOVEM­BER 3 Mar­ket­place Fair

Fea­tur­ing town crier, fed­eral band, cast of Mada­gas­car per­form­ing, art show, jump­ing cas­tle, face paint­ing, ice-cream van and Devon­shire morn­ing tea, sec­ond-hand book stall, plants, ham­per raf­fle, cake stall, Mar­ket­place Craft shop open and Bowen Ther­apy ses­sions. 9–11 am, Echuca Moama Unit­ing Church, phone 0429 801 342.

NOVEM­BER 3 Mathoura Speed Shear

An­nual can­cer fundraiser, kids ac­tiv­i­ties, watch some of the best shear­ers shear it out for big prize money, gold coin do­na­tion, bar­be­cue, bar. Reg­is­tra­tion starts 9.30 am, shear­ing starts 11.00 am.

NOVEM­BER 3 Echuca Farm­ers’ Mar­ket

Cooked break­fast, cof­fee and a wide se­lec­tion of lo­cal pro­duce. 8 am – noon, Al­ton Re­serve, phone 0437 746 459.


Sounds for the Soul — The Spirit of Brass With our own Fed­eral Band, up­lift­ing and beau­ti­ful mu­sic. Unit­ing Church, 2 pm, tick­ets $15, phone 0429 801 342.

NOVEM­BER 5 Turk­ish Bazaar

Lots of bargains. 9 am – 2 pm, Hare Street closed 7.30 am – 3 pm.

NOVEM­BER 6 Melbourne Cup Race Day

Great day of rac­ing, fash­ions on the eld and en­ter­tain­ment. Pack­ages avail­able, gates open at 10.30 am. All you need is on course — bar, TAB, snack bar, din­ing room, ATM and a per­ma­nent playground to keep the young en­ter­tained. Pack­ages avail­able phone 5482 2487 or echraces@coun­tryrac­

NOVEM­BER 8 Vivid’s FUNRais­ing Com­mit­tee’s Oaks Day Lun­cheon

Tick­ets $95, in­cludes com­pli­men­tary drink on ar­rival, three-course lunch, drinks at bar prices. TAB ser­vice, sweeps, raf­fles, prizes for Lady of the Day and Hat of the Day. 11.30 am – 4 pm, Rich River Golf Club. Phone Vivid on 5480 6611.

UN­TIL FE­BRU­ARY 23 “Grow­ing Up In Echuca” Ex­hi­bi­tion

What kids did for fun — sports, hob­bies, pho­to­graphic and mem­o­ra­bilia. 11 am – 3 pm, Echuca His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety Mu­seum. School and tour groups wel­come. Phone 5480 1325 or eh.soc@big­

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