Artist’s impression of her Wangaratta home
THE Mountain Cattlemen’s 2019 Get Together will be held at the Oxley Recreation Reserve from today through until Sunday.
The three day event celebrates the high country and includes a wide variety of horse, dog and family activities, with entertainment including live bands every night, whip cracking, dog jumping, family novelty events and more.
Three day camp or day entry tickets are available by visiting www.mcav. com.au with entry free for those 17 and under (accompanied by an adult).
THE Rutherglen Farmers Market brings together all that is seasonal, regional and beautiful about produce of the region.
Held this Sunday, the market attracts more than 25 stall holders offering everything from artisan breads, to seasonal fruits and vegetables, specialty meats, oils, jams, preserves and more.
Visitors are encouraged to bring their own bag, basket or esky and to minimise waste and to try the Rutherglen Lions Club’s egg and bacon rolls.
ENJOY live music, food and drinks during the Sunday Funday being held at Cofield Wines this weekend.
Band Southbound will perform on the lawns from 12pm until 4pm with a full bar and entertainment for families including a jumping castle, face painting and a range of outdoor lawn games.
THE second in a two-day paper sculpture workshop for kids will be held by the Wangaratta Art Gallery in the King George V Gardens today from 10am until 3.30pm.Paper Alive is being hosted by artists Kirrily Anderson and Taro Iiyama, with the workshop designed for participants aged eight and up, where they are learning manipulation and decoration techniques including cutting, drawing, construction and the traditional Japanese skill of origami.SHOP for seasonal fruit and vegetables at the Wangaratta Farmers’ Market being held in Apex Park tomorrow from 8am until 12pm.The market will showcase the artisan products and produce of local farmers and makers with entry free and everyone welcome.THE Repair Cafe will be held again at the Wangaratta Farmers Market.Let the skilled volunteers on hand work their magic at Apex Park from 8am until 11am tomorrow.Anyone with items like retro bikes, faulty electronics, broken vintage furniture, or un-loved garden tools are welcome to bring them along to be fixed. LIVING COLOUR: The current exhibition by artist Diane Mackenzie (pictured) includes “Meeting of the Waters – Ovens and King Rivers Wangaratta”.