Artist’s im­pres­sion of her Wan­garatta home

Wangaratta Chronicle - - What’s On This Weekend -

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”.

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