What's on

October 27, 2016

International prints are on show at Nathalia's G.R.A.I.N Store.

The G.R.A.I.N. Store Nathalia

Human Wrongs to Human Rights: The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights International Print Portfolio; until November 26.

More information at www.thegrainstore.org

Shepparton Art Museum

Showcase #11 Bridget Bodenham; until October 30.

80/80: Eighty Years of SAM, The Collection; until February 3, 2018.

Drawing Wall #24: Darren Wardle; until November 13.

Nell Art Exhibition; until November 27.

More information at www.sheppartonartmuseum.com.au

Kyabram Town Hall

Kimberley Connections: Textile exhibition by Judith Roberts; until November 7.

Spring Carnival: A century of Melbourne Cup fashion and accessories from the collection of Isobel Harvie; until January 2017.

Shared Art Journal Project: Splinter Contemporary Artists; until November 6.

More information at www.kyabramtownhall.com.au



Cricketers Arms, Mooroopna: Night Owls. Phone 58252066 .

Senior Citizens Centre, Welsford St, Shepparton: Olive Bice, Kerran and Joyce. Phone 58219580.

Mulwala Water Ski Club: Rodney Vincent. Phone 57441888.


Flanagan’s Irish Bar, Shepparton: Tyler de Jong. Phone 58219955.

Aussie Hotel, Shepparton: Too Many Cats. Phone 58214011.

Shepparton RSL: Yellow. Phone 58213124.

Mulwala Water Ski Club: Maurice Milani. Phone 57441888.


Flanagan’s Irish Bar: WTF? Phone 58219955.

Shepparton RSL: Take Cover. Phone 58213124.

Aussie Hotel: Entourage. Phone 58214011.

Mulwala Water Ski Club: Jimmy Cupples. Phone 57441888.


Sir Ian McLennan Centre, Mooroopna: Kim Ritchie. Phone 0419852463.

Mulwala Water Ski Club: SMAC; Touch ’n’ Go on the Malibu Deck from 3pm to 7pm. Phone 57441888.


Mulwala Water Ski Club: Maurice Milani. Phone 57441888.



Walk for your rights

What: Join members of The Rights Information and Advocacy Centre for a walk around Victoria Park Lake, Shepparton, and help raise awareness of the need to stand up for your rights.

When: From 10.30am to 1pm.

Where: Victoria Park Lake, All Abilities Playground, Tom Collins Dve.

More information: Phone 58221944.


Freaky Friday

What: Jumping castles, train rides which will turn into a ghost train from 8pm to 9pm, spooky kids’ crafts from 5pm to 8pm, and ghost bowling.

When: From 5pm to 9pm.

Where: KidsTown Adventure Playground, 7287 Midland Hwy, Mooroopna.

More information: Visit www.kidstown.org.au

Traditional indigenous games

What: Join the Academy of Sport Health and Education for an array of traditional indigenous games.

When: From 6pm to 8pm.

Where: Tallygaroopna Recreation Reserve, Smith St.

More information: Phone 58236600.

Lions V5 District Convention

What: Displays and stalls of Lions projects as well as community group displays open to the public.

When: Today from 7pm and Saturday from 11am.

Where: McIntosh Centre, Shepparton Showgrounds, Cnr High and Archer Sts.

More information: Phone 0439468786.

Cussen Park Community Walk

What: Gather family and neighbours for an evening walk led by Terry Court. Discover the flora and fauna in the wonderful wetland park.

When: From 5.30pm to 7pm.

Where: Cussen Park, Tatura.

More information: Tatura Community House, phone 58241315.

Barefoot Bowls

What: Mooroopna Bowls Club welcomes members of the public to participate in an evening of barefoot bowls and a free barbecue.

When: From 6pm to 9pm.

Where: Mooroopna Bowls Club, Echuca Rd.

More information: Mooroopna Bowls Club, phone 58252499.

Short Black Opera

What: Led by renowned Yorta Yorta soprano Deborah Cheetham, the event will run its first residency in Benalla for Aboriginal children and will culminate with a free public concert.

When: Noon to 1pm.

Where: Benalla Performing Arts and Convention Centre, 57 Samaria Rd, Benalla.

More information: Phone 57625515.

Mother Goose Program

What: A free group experience for parents and their babies and young children using rhymes, songs and stories.

When: From 9.15am to 10.15am.

Where: Mooroopna Primary School, O’Brien St.

More information: Phone 0488567036.


Arabian Championships Victoria

What: Arabian horse show and events.

When: From 9am.

Where: Tatura Park Exhibition and Events Complex, Hastie St.

More information: Visit www.spgraphics.com.au/arabchampsvic/

Echuca Farmers’ Market

What: Fresh produce direct from local growers.

When: From 8am to 1pm.

Where: Alton Reserve, High St, Echuca.

More information: Doug, phone 0437746459.

Benalla Festival

What: A showcase of food, wine, art, culture and heritage with music, markets, exhibitions, a street parade and fireworks display, held on the shores of Lake Benalla and in the Botanical Gardens.

When: Various events on today and tomorrow.

Where: Bridge St East, Benalla.

More information: Visit benallafestival.com/

Cobram Lions Club Market

What: Huge variety of stalls in the beautiful setting of Federation Park offering local produce and crafts, tools, plants and clothing.

When: From 8am to noon.

Where: Log Cabin Federation Park, Punt Rd, Cobram.

More information: Marjorie Coulter, phone 58713326.

Charity Dance

What: Old-time and ballroom dancing in support of Motor Neurone Disease research. Music by J&M. A plate of supper to share would be appreciated.

When: From 7.30pm.

Where: St James Hall, St James.

Cost: Entry $8. Raffle tickets $1 each. Meals available at St James Hotel, phone 57644211.

More information: Neville, phone 57633257; or Maureen, phone 57624391.


Moama Market

What: Bargains galore including fresh produce, collectables and souvenirs, along with jumping castles, face painting and rides for children.

When: From 8.30am.

Where: Moama Soundshell Gardens, Moama.

More information: Max, phone 0408766828.

Strassman’s brand new show

What: International comedy star David Strassman’s brand new show, iTedE is an uproarious take on our technology-laden lives.

When: At 6pm and at 8.15pm.

Where: Eastbank Centre, 70 Welsford St, Shepparton.

Cost: From $54.90.

More information: Phone 58329865.

Arcadia Rural Fire Brigade Market

What: Come and support Arcadia Fire Brigade which is raising funds for an ultralight vehicle.

When: From 8am to 1pm.

Where: Arcadia Recreation Reserve, Main Rd.

More information: Phone 0418267261.

Everyday clean-up in Murchison

What: A chance to make a difference, collect litter and contribute to creating a sustainable future in Greater Shepparton.

When: From 3pm to 5pm.

Where: Stevenson St (Murchison Public Toilets).

More information: Council’s Waste Services Department, phone 58329700.


Halloween Fest

What: Word and Mouth presents Halloween-themed activities. The first half of the night is for younger children and families while the second half is for teens and older audiences.

When: From 5pm to 10pm.

Where: Queen’s Gardens (corner of Wyndham and Nixon Sts, Shepparton).

More information: Phone 0437771114.


Shepparton Village


Doctor Strange (2D and 3D); Keeping Up With The Jones; Jack Reacher: Never Go Back; Inferno; The Girl On The Train; Robinson Crusoe: The Wild Life (Saturday and Sunday only), The Secret Life Of Pets (Saturday and Sunday only); Shivaay (Friday and Saturday only); Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children (Saturday and Sunday only); Hacksaw Ridge (Wednesday only). Screening times and more information at www.villagecinemas.com.au

Benalla Cinema

Inferno: Friday 7.30pm, Saturday 7.30pm, Sunday 4.30pm, Tuesday 7.30pm.

The Magnificent Seven: Saturday 4.30pm, Monday 1.30pm.

More information at www.bpacc.com.au

Swanpool Cinema

Mustang: Friday 7pm, Sunday 6pm.

A Perfect Day: Friday 9pm, Sunday 8pm.

More information at www.swanpool.com.au

Euroa Community Cinema

Embrace (back by popular demand) Friday 7pm. Free entry.

Bridget Jones’ s Baby: Saturday 8pm, Sunday 4pm.

More information at www.strathbogie.vic.gov.au

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