Christmas fun is getting serious
Today marks the opening of Shepparton Library’s interesting Let Me Be Myself: The story of Anne
Frank exhibition, which runs until March next year. The free exhibition can be viewed during the library’s opening hours.
With Christmas just around the corner, the Shepparton and Goulburn Valley Christmas Extravaganza will be held over two days at the Shepparton Showgrounds.
Running from 9 am to 5 pm each day, the event has more than 200 stallholders with Christmas gift ideas galore.
It’s carols time with Mooroopna Carols in the Park on today from 6.30 pm to 9.30 pm at John Gray Oval, McLennan St, Mooroopna.
The event will feature live music with the house band, various local artists and musicians including Reg Poole and Callum Gleeson, local schools, musical groups, Sing Australia Choir and a special guest visit by Santa — all topped off with a Åreworks and sound show.
The Anglican Church will have its dress-up nativity scene and photo booth along with giant jumping castles and an inAEatable soccer target.
The event is a great family fun night out so bring your picnic rug, chairs and Christmas cheer.
It is all about Åsh tomorrow with the 2018 Murray Codference at Eastbank in Welsford St, Shepparton.
If you love catching Murray cod, golden perch and other native Åsh then head along to the event, which features speakers such as Carl Jocumsen, Robbie Alexander, Stephen Booth and more.
The Mooroopna Carols in the Park are on this weekend. The event draws families from across the Goulburn Valley for the festive celebration.