4 THINGS TO DO AROUND THE REGION
The beloved Mulga Bullride is back in business this week. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to enjoy the first show of 2020. Kids under five get in free. Gates open at 6pm, and the bulls will buck from 7pm. The fun won’t end once the show’s over, with an afterparty from 9pm. WHAT: Mulga Bullride. WHEN: Friday, March 13, from 6pm to 11.30pm.
WHERE: Mulgowie Hotel
Help support the hardworking members of a rural town at the community markets this weekend. There’s bound to be something to appeal to everyone, with hand and home made goods galore, and plenty more treasures to find.
WHAT: Ma Ma Creek Community Markets
WHEN: Saturday, March 14, from 7am to noon.
WHERE: Ma Ma Creek Community Hall and Grounds.
The last Presbyterian church left in the Somerset is set to celebrate a century in the community this coming weekend. Church members have been hard at working gathering photos and books from the church’s long history, which visitors can look over.
WHAT: Coominya Presbyterian Church 100th anniversary
WHEN: Sunday, March 15, from 10.30am.
WHERE: 18 West Rd, Coominya
The Esk Art Gallery has unveiled its newest Artist of the Month exhibit. The Like No Other exhibition features a variety of creative, colourful works from Liz Kusay and Joy Holt. Entry is free to visitors of all ages.
WHAT: Glen Rock Gallery Artist of the Month Exhibition
WHEN: March 6 to April 1. The gallery is open from 9am to 5pm on weekdays, and 9am to 2pm on weekends.
WHERE: Glen Rock Gallery, Esk