'Home is Where the Hall is' wraps up

Posted in Events on 26/Nov/2015 14:23

As November comes to an end, we say goodbye to another fantastic month of Home is Where the Hall is. This weekend is your last chance to attend these events at your local hall. 

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MALLACOOTA: NICK DOOLEY & FIENDS

Don't miss out on the local musical highlight of the year. Mallacoota’s finest musicians support renowned folkist and bluester Nick Dooley in a night at the Mallacoota Mudbrick Pavilion. There are two shows on offer; 4:30pm and 7:30pm, with food available from 6:30pm. 

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KILMORE: MAD HATTER'S TEA PARTY

Join Ausdance, local writer's group the Word Weavers and the hilarious MC Paddy Devine for a fun filled day at the Kilmore Soldiers Memorial Hall. Dancing, hat making and nonsense poetry are all on offer at this wonderful free event. The CWA will also provide a delicous afternoon tea.

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TRARALGON: SPRING FESTIVAL

Traralgon's annual Spring Festival is on again to celebrate the creative endeavours of those in the region. Also covering Moe and Morwell, the festival wraps up on Saturday 28 November with an art and craft market at the Victorian Railways Institute Hall in Traralgon. Entry to the market is free and the event runs from 11am to 4pm. 

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SWAN HILL: FRAME BY FRAME DOCUMENTARY FILM SCREENING

Frame by Frame is a film which tells the story of modern photojournalism in Afghanistan. The screening at the Swan Hill Town Hall this Saturday night is part of a fundraiser for Harmony Day 2016. Enjoy a night of Afghan culture, music and food by local community cooks at this special evening. Entry is $20 and runs from 7pm to 10 pm. 

Celebrate the creativity in your community

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