“All things Spring” at Oc­to­ber 26–Novem­ber 4 Wool Week

Euroa Gazette - - EUROA WOOL WEEK -

From page 12 10AM An­nual Street Pa­rade - as part of the Bin­ney Street Mall

10.40AM The “Great Train Race” – as part of the Bin­ney St Mall

Minia­ture rail will have two en­gines trav­el­ling in par­al­lel.

2PM–4PM Farm­ers Arms Mu­seum – Kirk­land Ave

Mu­seum Open Ad­mis­sion $5 Fur­ther In­for­ma­tion 5795 2732

7.30PM Euroa Lit­tle Theatre – At the School­house in Clifton Street

Presents – “The­atri­cal Arts in 4 Parts” In­tro­duc­ing some orig­i­nal plays in the work­shop style in­volv­ing both younger mem­bers and the more ex­pe­ri­enced mem­bers of the com­pany. -Fur­ther Info Mary 5795 2545.

8PM Euroa Fire Bri­gade Torch Light Pa­rade and Fire­works – Euroa Memo­rial Oval Slee Street.

A torch light pa­rade to be con­ducted by lo­cal and sur­round­ing fire brigades will march from Shire Of­fices to the memo­rial oval then fol­lowed by a fire­works dis­play.

Spon­sored by Ses­sions Builders & D. & K. Ses­sions

8PM Euroa Com­mu­nity Cinema – Bury Street

Presents Movie: Al­pha– (PG) Drama/ Mys­tery

In the pre­his­toric past a young man strug­gles to re­turn home af­ter be­ing sep­a­rated from his tribe dur­ing a buf­falo hunt. He finds a sim­i­larly lost wolf com­pan­ion and starts a friend­ship that would change hu­man­ity. – 97 mins. Sun­day Novem­ber 4 10AM–4PM Farm­ers Arms Mu­seum – Kirk­land Ave

“Her­itage Day” At the Mu­seum Shear­ing demon­stra­tions, Chaff cut­ting, But­ter mak­ing, Corn Cob­bing, Rope mak­ing, Black­smith, Ukulele play­ers, Sausage siz­zle, Tea & Cakes, Mu­sic and other ac­tiv­i­ties.

Dis­play in the grounds of the mu­seum Mu­seum Open Ad­mis­sion $5 Fur­ther In­for­ma­tion 5795 2732.

2PM - Euroa Lit­tle Theatre – At the School­house in Clifton Street

Presents – “The­atri­cal Arts in 4 Parts” In­tro­duc­ing some orig­i­nal plays in the work­shop style in­volv­ing both younger mem­bers and the more ex­pe­ri­enced mem­bers of the com­pany - fur­ther in­for­ma­tion Mary 5795 2545.

4PM Euroa Com­mu­nity Cinema – Bury Street

Presents Movie: Al­pha– (PG) Drama/ Mys­tery

In the pre­his­toric past a young man strug­gles to re­turn home af­ter be­ing sep­a­rated from his tribe dur­ing a buf­falo hunt. He finds a sim­i­larly lost wolf com­pan­ion and starts a friend­ship that would change hu­man­ity. – 97 mins. Mon­day, Novem­ber 5 9am ‘Over the fence’ Gar­den Com­pe­ti­tion – Euroa Gar­den Club

An­nual judg­ing of the best gar­dens com­mences to­day Cat­e­gories in­clude Large Gar­den, Small Gar­den and new Gar­den.

6PM Mel­bourne Cup Cal­cutta – Euroa Foot­ball/Net­ball club rooms Memo­rial Oval – Or­gan­ised by Euroa Ro­tary Club – Your chance to pur­chase a horse in the Mel­bourne Cup – Tick­ets $5 avail­able from The Hub or any Ro­tary club mem­ber. Con­tact Ro­man Ko­zlovski – 0402 493 157. Tues­day, Novem­ber 6 Tee off Prior to 9AM Euroa Golf and Lun­cheon – Euroa Golf Club

Golf tee off be­fore 9AM, men’s and ladies stable­ford, NP Men’s-5th 8th & 15th NP Ladies- 12th & 18th Lunch 12.30pm Golf only$10 Golf & Lunch $30 Lunch only $20.

Sweeps on Mel­bourne Cup races, lunch Book­ings es­sen­tial – TF Kae 0409 438 484

2PM Mel­bourne Cup Af­ter­noon Tea – May­gar’s Hill Win­ery

53 Long­wood- Mans­field Road, Long­wood East.

En­joy Mel­bourne Cup day af­ter­noon with a live broad­cast of the Mel­bourne Cup.

Book­ings Es­sen­tial. – TF Jenny 0402 136 448. Fri­day, Novem­ber 9 7PM Ruffy Art­fest Open­ing – Ruffy Pub­lic Hall

Art Show and Sales from many lo­cal and ac­claimed artists. Fur­ther In­for­ma­tion – TF Robyn 5790 3275. Satur­day, Novem­ber 10 10AM–4PM Ruffy Art­fest – Ruffy Pub­lic Hall

Art Show and Sales from many lo­cal and ac­claimed artists. Fur­ther In­for­ma­tion – TF Robyn 57903275 Sun­day, Novem­ber 11 Re­mem­brance Day 10AM–4PM Ruffy Art­fest – Ruffy Pub­lic Hall Art Show and Sales from many lo­cal and ac­claimed artists. Fur­ther In­for­ma­tion – TF Robyn 5790 3275 10.45 Euroa RSL – VC Park Kirk­land Av­enue 2018 Re­mem­brance Day ser­vice. 11AM Peel­ing of the Bells – Com­mem­o­rat­ing 100 years of the end­ing of WW1.

12 NOON Ar­mistice Day 100th Com­mem­o­ra­tion Lunch – May­gar’s Hill Win­ery.

Menu will be food match­ing from the main vic­to­ri­ous coun­tries.

$45 per per­son - book­ings es­sen­tial TF Jenny 0402 136 448 or jenny@may­garshill. com.au.

All pa­trons please note that this pro­gram should only be used as a guide, and is sub­ject to change with­out no­ti­fi­ca­tion.

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