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Enjoy your weekend out with a special Sunday dance.
This dance will feature music by Family Rhythm Dance Band and an afternoon tea.
$10 admission, bookings not required.
Proof of double vaccination and QR code sign in is essential.
For more information contact Keith on 5444 2953 or Joy on 0438 544 705.
Where: Spring Gully Hall, Spring Gully Road, Spring Gully.
When: Sunday, November 21, 1.30pm to 5pm.
If you would like the opportunity to make new friends and if you enjoy singing your favourite hymns you are most welcome to attend Hymns Alive.
Local youth leader, Danny Prince, is the guest speaker and will share his inspiring story.
There will be a delicious afternoon tea at tables.
If you are struggling for transport Connect Church may be able to arrange a free bus pick-up from your own home, thanks to the generosity of Greater City of Bendigo Council.
For more details call Allan on 5442 2774.
Due to Victorian COVID-19 restrictions, only fully vaccinated people may attend.
Where: Connect Church, Solomon Street, Bendigo.
When: Thursday, November 25, from 1.30pm.
CRAFT ALIVE BENDIGO
Shop with leading craft retailers and meet other local crafters at this fun event.
There will be kits, supplies, equipment and so much more.
Pre-purchase tickets online - adult $15, concession $14, children (14 and under) are free to attend.
For more information, click here or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Where: Prince of Wales Showgrounds, Holmes Road, North Bendigo
When: Friday to Sunday, November 26 to 28, from 9.30am.
ROADMAP TO WELLBEING
With restrictions easing this personal planning and self-care event will help you strengthen your inner-self and plan to improve your overall health.
Explore how creating plans assists in action and sets you on a pathway to inner strength.
This event is presented by Annette Subhani from New Pathways Life Coaching.
Bookings are required for the online event, click here.
Where: Online event, via Zoom, click the link above.
When: Monday, November 22, 10.30am to noon.
COME AND TRY CROQUET
Come and try a day of Croquet at the Golden Square Croquet Club.
The sport is suitable for people of all ages and is a way to get healthy while having fun.
This event is free with no obligation.
All equipment is provided, just wear flat shoes.
For more information, please call Don on 5449 6332 or Pam on 5441 8220.
Where: Golden Square Croquet Club, Wade Street, Bendigo.
When: Call for dates and times.
Join Welby Holistic Healing for free Tai Chi Classes each Wednesday morning this spring.
Wear comfortable clothing and flat shoes, and join in the fun.
Please arrive 10 minutes before the start time to allow for a smooth check-in. Please stay at home if you are unwell or have any COVID-related symptoms.
This is a free event.
For more information email email@example.com or call 5434 6000.
Where: Dai Gum San, Bridge Street, Bendigo.
When: Every Wednesday in Spring (and some Saturdays), Wednesday, 10am to 10.45am.
EXHIBITIONS AND DISPLAYS
Djaara Lights is a unique event working to highlight Dja Dja Wurrung culture in the Bendigo region through displays of Djaara artwork and augmented reality experiences.
There will be stories of the Dja Dja Wurrung six seasons on Djandak (Country) from Dja Dja Wurrung People, the Traditional Owners of Bendigo.
Where: Oscars Walk and Bath Lane Precinct, Bendigo.
When: Until Sunday, November 21, 7pm to 11pm.
Mica Grange is opening its gardens for its annual sculpture exhibition.
Located at the foothills of Mt Alexander, the garden is known for its walks, morning and afternoon teas and lunches.
There will be sculptures from all over Australia, as well as plants for sale.
Group bookings can be arranged.
Entry $7 (children under 18 free).
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Double vaccination is required for entry.
Where: 373 Faraday Sutton Grange Road Sutton Grange.
When: Open each weekend until December.
COMMUNITY ARTS EXHIBITION
This anticipated annual exhibition showcases the diverse talents of the Central Goldfields Shire and Avoca residents.
The exhibition will be full of a variety of paintings, textiles, digital work, ceramics, sculptures, miniatures and woodwork.
Where: Central Goldfields Visitor Information Centre, Railway Station, Station Street, Maryborough.
When: Until December 5, 9am to 5pm.
Join in with the local Sikh community and celebrate Guru Nanak Sahib's 552nd Birth Anniversary and the second Anniversary of the Ik Oankar Peace Park installation.
All are welcome to attend this event which will be hosted by the Victorian Sikh Gurduaras Council and The Great Stupa of Universal Compassion.
For more information visit the Great Stupa Bendigo on Facebook.
Where: Great Stupa of Universal Compassion, Myers Flat.
When: Saturday, November 27, 10.30am to 1.30pm.
MOVEMBER COMEDY FUNDRAISER
The Movember Comedy Fundraiser is a night packed with laughs.
With all profits going to the Movember Foundation, which supports men's health causes, this annual event will bring much needed smiles to the community after an extended COVID-19 break.
Since starting, the Movember Foundation has funded over 1,000 health projects to tackle health issues for men such as preventable death, mental health, suicide prevetion, prostate cancer and testicular cancer.
This years line-up will includes David Quirk, Bre Blake, Peter Jones, Ash Greblo, Poppa, Grant Lockwood and Luke Morris.
Tickets are limited and cost $25 for adults, $22 for concession.
For more information and to book your seat, click here.
Where: The Capital Theatre, View Street, Bendigo.
When: Saturday, November 27, from 8pm.
CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL
Planning your next festival? Look no further than the Bendigo Chamber Music Festival.
This event will feature 15 concerts across five days with budding superstars such as Chloe Lankshear, Grace Clifford and Charlotte Miles performing.
There will also be David Elton, Sulki Yu, Amir Farid, Donald Nicholson and Stephen King making their first appearances at the festival.
The festival boasts a varied repertoire throughout the week and will continue the tradition of the Community Concert at the Bendigo Town Hall, along with the Bendigo Chamber Choir.
To see the full program, please click here.
Where: Various venues in Bendigo.
When: February 2 to 6.
MONDAY LADIES NETBALL ASSOCIATION
To all netballers who have played on Monday morning, the Monday Ladies Netball Association are celebrating their 40th anniversary.
Come along and celebrate 40 years of netball and catch up with friends and team mates.
Bring along any team photos or memorabilia.
Finger food supplied and drinks will be available at bar prices.
Please RSVP as soon as possible, advising names and numbers attending and enclosing payment to Dianne at 11 Henkel Street, Eaglehawk or Wendy at 94 Strickland Street Epsom.
Phone Dianne 0418 172 286 or Wendy 0408 558 682 for more information.
Where: Kangaroo Flat Sports Club, Dower Park, Kangaroo Flat.
When: Sunday, November 28, 1.30pm to 4pm.
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