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 email@example.com. 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 www.emcf.com.au. 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. www.cohuna.org.au.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com.
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