Each month, members of TROSP invite all interested persons, to experience and enjoy the walking tracks local to Tidal River at Wilson’s Promontory.
When: 3rd Sunday of the month at 9.30am.
Where: This month’s walk: Tidal River to Squeaky Beach – meet at the Cenotaph.
Read about the project on the website – and how you can help.
The concept of this market is for people to bring a basket and go home with enough produce to cook a beautiful meal or several meals. With a great ambiance, live music and a marquee for people to sit and enjoy a coffee and some tasty food.
Venue: CCG Campus, 3-8 Howard Street, Leongatha
Time: 8.30am – 1pm
Contact: Julie Curtis, 5662 6700
2018: 4th Saturday of each month
Stallholders sell plants, food, bric- a- brac, chooks, art, local vegies and honey, craft and much more.
When: Last Saturday of the month, 8.00 am – 1.00 pm
Where: 49 Ridgway, Mirboo North
Phone: 5668 1688
A knockout cabaret show, written and wonderfully performed by Marisa Quigley. She tells the tragic noir-style tale of Romeo and Rosie. Marisa applies her strong smokey voice as her band presents the evocative music of Tom Waits.
Contact Mary for bookings and tickets
When: Sunday 27th May 7.30pm
Cost: $20.00, Concession $17.00 Seasons tickets available
Where: Toora Hall, Gray St Toora
Contact: Mary, 03 5682 1166 or 04539178730
Meet and talk to the growers. The Southern Gippsland Farmers’ Accredited Market is a market with food from the farms & homes of South Gippsland. BYO basket or bag . Plastic free shopping is encouraged.
When: 8 am- 1 pm – Last Sunday of the month
Where: The Glade on the Esplanade Inverloch
Contact: Market Manager, 0491 102 856
The fourth Fish Creek Tea Cosy Festival will be held from Saturday 19 May to Sunday 27 May 2018. The festival’s theme is in TEAnational and will highlight the many cultures where the making and taking of tea are symbols of hospitality.
Join us, the cosy community of Fish Creek, to celebrate the humble tea cosy.
Festival events include:
The Tea Cosy Exhibition, High tea with entertainment by Ciao Bella, Tea Cosy demonstrations & workshops with Loani Prior, Bendigo Bank market day with entertainment and Closing dinner with guest speaker Bruce Pascoe
Where: Fish Creek township
The 11th Loch Village Food & Wine Festival offers you the flavour and sensation of our region. Enjoy food and wine tastings, children’s entertainment and more before browsing our serene, welcoming village.
Book your Festival tickets early and add a Master-class Session or two to enhance your experience (maximum 36 seats).
Cheese Master-classes will be presented by Burke Brandon from Prom Country Cheese and Wine Master-classes are with highly experienced wine educator Robert Hicks.
When: Sunday 10 June 2018, 10am to 3pm
Cost: Various – see Try-booking
Where: Loch Railway Station Reserve
Between Speight St & Loch-Poowong Rd Loch