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Fe­bru­ary 28: Movie Fundraiser for Habi­tat for Hu­man­ity Aus­tralia. So­phie Schapiro is vol­un­teer­ing in Nepal in April, as part of the Earth­quake Re­con­struc­tion Project build­ing new home for women. What Men Want will be a movie fundraiser for the trip. Screen­ing at 7:15pm on Fe­bru­ary 28. Nib­ble and drinks from 6:30. Tick­ets $25 each. Tick­ets avail­able at Wal­laby Ritz.

Fe­bru­ary 28: Mans­field Fam­ily His­tory Group meet­ing at the Mans­field Li­brary, 3.30pm. All wel­come. Phone: 5775 1659 for more in­for­ma­tion.

Fe­bru­ary 28: Vin­tage Em­po­rium night mar­ket, com­plete with live mu­sic. Bring your friends along to this eclec­tic mix of al­most 50 stalls. Food traders on site. From 5pm. Fam­ily friendly. Wine bar. Head to www.vin­tage­trader­sem­po­rium.com.au

March 1: World Day of Prayer. A World Day of Prayer ser­vice will be held at 11 am at St John’s Angli­can Church. It will be fol­lowed by a light lunch in the hall be­hind the church. The theme of the day is ‘come, ev­ery­thing is ready’.

March 3: Shake­speare in the Vines, from 5pm. The Es­sen­tial The­atre com­pany is back to per­form A Mid­sum­mers Night’s Dream at the De­latite Win­ery. $50 for adults. $20 for kids, un­der 12 free. Pizza and plat­ters avail­able on the night. Pre book­ing is rec­om­mended. www.de­latitewin­ery.com.au/ events.

March 3: Mans­field Hos­pi­tal Aux­il­iary Char­ity Golf Day. 8am for a 9am shot­gun start. Win a Martins Garage car with a hole in one on the 9th hole. 18 hole, three per­son mod­i­fied Ambrose game. $65 per per­son in­cludes 2 course lunch. Book­ings by Feb 25 to Sue Par­sons 0427 764 250, or Val Doyle 0407 877 102.

March 4: U3A Meet­ing - Mans­field Li­brary (back door) 10am-12pm. Learn­ing in re­tire­ment. New mem­bers wel­come. Join us for morn­ing tea fol­lowed by a pre­sen­ta­tion on ‘En­dan­gered An­i­mal Species’. For more in­for­ma­tion phone Tr­ish 0437 357 829.

March 5: The Unit­ing Church is once again hold­ing their an­nual Pan­cake Day, kick­ing off at 10am and run­ning un­til 1pm. Held in the Unit­ing Church Hall, there will be two pan­cakes on a plate, with three top­ping op­tions, for $5. Funds raised got to sup­port some of our com­mu­ni­ties most vul­ner­a­ble and marginalis­ed peo­ple across Vic­to­ria and Tas­ma­nia.

March 8: Mans­field Pro­duc­ers Twi­light and Ar­ti­sans Mar­ket. Held at the Botanic Park from 5pm, bring along a pic­nic rug and chairs and en­joy fine foods, bev­er­ages and mu­sic in a fam­ily-friendly at­mos­phere. If you are in­ter­ested in at­tend­ing as a stall­holder or would like fur­ther in­for­ma­tion, please con­tact Danni Sch­nei­der on 0414 690 479 or [email protected]­field­pro­duc­ers.org.au.

March 9: Mer­ri­jig Rodeo. Get along for a buck­ing good time at the Mer­ri­jig Rodeo, held at McCor­mack Park. Slack events start mid-af­ter­noon, with the main ac­tion kick­ing off un­der lights around 6pm. Food and drinks are avail­able on site, as is side show en­ter­tain­ment. Camp­ing is also avail­able on site.

March 10: Pic­nic in the Park. Cel­e­brate the Labour Day Week­end with the gourmet food and wine fes­ti­val held at Mir­im­bah Park, at the base of Mt Buller. A num­ber of lo­cal food and wine pro­duc­ers will tempt you with their beau­ti­ful High Coun­try pro­duce, while you re­lax on the grass and en­joy the live mu­sic and en­ter­tain­ment. Go to the Mt Buller web­site for more de­tails.

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