What's On + Gig Guide – 16 Jan 2015 edition
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By // 15:30, Tuesday 20 January 2015

GIG GUIDE

IN ORDER OF PERFORMANCE DATE
The Baw Baw Dive-In Movie screenings will also feature music. See “Events” for deets.

FLAMING MOES DUO
16 Jan @ Middels, Drouin
Free


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STEPHEN McCULOCK
16 Jan @ BANK Warragul

MICK & GRAHAM
17 Jan @ BANK Warragul

WILL SHEILS
17 Jan @ Warragul Farmers’/Arts market, Civic Park
See profile on Page 11
Time: 11.00. Free

SESSIONS WITH GRAHAM HAWES
18 Jan @ BANK Warragul

SWEETLIP
23 Jan @ Middels, Drouin
Free

THE ANIMATORS + MERCURY WHITE + LOBES OF JULIA
24 Jan @ The O&H, Warragul
Animators EP Launch.

ANDREW SWIFT
24 Jan @ Criterion Hotel, Trafalgar
Time: 2100 – late
Entry: $5

MARTY BOX
25 Jan @ Criterion Hotel, Trafalgar
Time: 1400 – 1700

LEVI McGRATH
30 Jan @ Middels, Drouin
Free


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ANDREA MARR & BAND
04 Feb @ BANK Warragul
Blues & Roots club gig

SNAKE AND WALLY
06 Feb @ Middels, Drouin
Free

EMILY MURDICA
13 Feb @ Middels, Drouin
Free

CHAMBER PHILHARMONIA COLOGNE
28 Jan @ St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Warragul
After several successful European tours in 2013, Germany’s Chamber Philharmonia Cologne is coming back to Australia and New Zealand with a powerful new program. The group’s expanding hand-picked repertoire is broad. The group says the appeal of its program “lies in the meeting of popular and unknown works from a wide variety of musical epochs.”
Time: 2000.
Tix: on sale at the venue on the night from one hour before start. Cash only.

LOBES OF JULIA
31 Jan @ The O&H, Warragul
Free.

ZAC GOODWIN TRIO
7 Feb @ The O&H, Warragul
Covers. Free.

NOMAS TEGRO
14 Feb @ The O&H, Warragul. Free.

LOBES OF JULIA
21 Feb @ The O&H, Warragul
Free.

HAVE A GIG OR EVENT COMING UP? Get it listed here. Email deets to editor@warragulcitizen.com.
The Warragul & Baw Baw Citizen supports local live music.

EVENTS

GIPPSLAND GEM SHOW
17+18 Jan @ Yarragon Town Hall

PREVIEW wgl ygon gem show 2014 6 by william pj kulich for the warragul citizen

Above: last year’s junior showcase winner Tylah.


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The Warragul and District Lapidary Club will be hosting the Combined Gippsland Gem Show this month.
Held at the Yarragon Town Hall, all the Gippsland Gem Clubs will be represented, with displays and sales of interesting rocks, minerals, gems and fossils as well as hand crafted jewellery.
For more information about the show or the Warragul and District Lapidary Club, email Secretary Ruth at wdlc@dcsi.net.au.
Entry: adults $5 / concession and children free.

BAW BAW SUMMER POOLS: DIVE-IN MOVIE
Bring along your pool noodles, pool lounge chairs and li-los for a night of splashing fun! Wet weather policy applies. Movies will be postponed (except Rawson) in the event of bad weather. Normal entry fees apply. Movie showing: The Lego Movie.
Times: music from 1700, BBQ between 1830 and 1930, movie from 2000.
Dates and locations:
17 Jan: Drouin Outdoor Pool
19 Jan: Rawson Pool
20 Jan: Thorpdale Outdoor Pool
23 Jan: Neerim South Outdoor Pool

NEERIM AND DISTRICT COUNTRY SHOW
25 Jan @ Neerim Recreation Reserve
The Neerim District Country Show has been a successful agricultural and horticultural show and the enjoyment of the local community and visitors for almost a century.
The Show is a major festival for the Neerim District and provides many activities for the local community and its visitors to the district to enjoy.
Being family and children focused, the show provides a great opportunity for youth to demonstrate their skills in a friendly environment. Encouragement is given for the community to display their skills in various exhibitions.
School children are encouraged to present individual art drawings for show and to participate in the show personality event that is part of the festival. These junior programs help in developing their confidence and communication skills in front of an audience.
Entry:adults $15/ kids free. Unlimited rides wristbands $25 until COB 24 Jan from the Neerim District Community Bank or $30 at office on show day.

DROUIN FICIFOLIA FESTIVAL
12 – 15 Feb @ Drouin Civic Park and township
Drouin Ficifolia Festival Celebrate all things Drouin with the 2015 theme “I love Drouin”. Program includes the popular street parade, party in the park market, movie in the park, Drouin Ficifolia Art Show, Open Studios and fireworks.
Free. Web: ficifoliafestival.org.au
E: jess.mckellarelec@bigpond.com

FICIFOLIA ART SHOW
12 Feb (1930-2130) – 15 Feb @ Drouin Football Club Social Room
The official opening of the art show and presentation of awards will be held on the opening night. Work from the artists of Baw Baw and beyond. Rob Robson, manager of arts, culture and events at the Baw Baw Shire Council, will officially open the event.
Tix: Opening night: adults $10/ exhibitors $5/ concession and children $5. Tickets can be purchased from The Station Gallery in Yarragon or at the door.
Other days: gold coin donation.

SEASONS OF PAIN – SUMMER
14 Feb @ Mt Baw Baw Alpine Resort
Multisport athletes, fitness fans and families alike can experience the amazing summer conditions at Mt Baw Baw on 14 Feb when they participate in the second round of the expanded Seasons of Pain multisport series held on the flanks of Victorian alpine resort, Mount Baw Baw.
The series, in its third year, has introduced sprint, enduro and kids formats for the first time, allowing adventure racers of all abilities and fitness levels to participate.
Spring edition sprint racers will tackle a 5km run and 5km ride followed by the notorious ‘Sting’, which has been lengthened to a 4km run. Enduro competitors will sign up for an extra dose of adventure with a 12.5km run, 14km ride and the ‘Sting’.
For a complete family experience bring the kids along and they can try the 1km run, 2 km ride and 400m ‘sting’.
For more information and to enter visit seasonsofpain.com.au/next-race

SHAKESPEARE IN THE VINES: MACBETH
15 Feb @ Wild Dog Winery

Macbeth&Witches (med) print dss

Above: Macbeth and the witches. Image supplied

The acclaimed Essential Theatre Company will tour its Shakespeare in the Vines for its lucky thirteenth year and the Wild Dog Winery leg will go ahead. Sophie Lampel, Director of the Essential Theatre Company said their choice of Macbeth was a welcomed break for audiences who love outdoor theatre and have seen all the comedies multiple times.
“Macbeth is exciting! It’s a bit dark and moody and not your usual romp through the vines but we thought our thirteenth year would be a great excuse to do something a bit different. We’ve had fabulous feedback from our audiences so far. It’s very fast-paced and energetic and we are loving each performance,” Sophie said.
Time: From 1700
Tix: macbethwilddog.eventbrite.co m.au

 

NEW MARKET: NEERIM DISTRICT ALLEY MARKET
The Neerim District Alley market will be held between 0900 and 1300 on the 4th Sunday of each month in the laneway and rear car park between Neerim District Com-munity Bank and Foodworks Supe-rmarket in Neerim South.
The market will initially accommo-date 12 to 15 stall holders in the short term, with a view for greater expansion, momentum allowing.

All profits from the fees charged to stall holders will be distributed to local community groups by the Neerim District Community Bank.

 

 

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