What's on: September 2014 edition
 Baw Baw What's On  

By // 16:38, Sunday 14 September 2014

12sep14 previewTHIS is the Baw Baw region What’s on guide published in the 12 September 2014 print edition of the Warragul & Baw Baw Citizen. You can pick up a copy of the paper from stores across the region now. Click here for the September gig guide.

MARKETS

ROKEBY COMMUNITY MARKET
13 Sep @ Rokeby Reserve
Times: 08:00 to 13:00


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DROUIN CRAFT AND PRODUCE MARKET
20 Sep @ Civic Park, Drouin
Times: 08:00 to 12:30
Phone: 0419 428 564

WARRAGUL FARMERS’ MARKET
20 Sep @ Civic Park, Warragul
Times: 08:00 to 13:00
W: warragulfarmersmarket.com.au

HILL END MARKET
21 Sep @ Old Hill End School
Times: 08:30 to 13:00

LARDNER PARK MARKET
21 Sep @ Lardner Park Convention Centre
Times: 09:00 to 14:00

YARRAGON CRAFT & PRODUCE MARKET
27 Sep @ Yarragon Public Hall
Times: 09:00 to 14:00

JINDIVICK COUNTRY MARKET
04 Oct @ Jindivick Country Kitchen grounds
Times: 08:00 to 13:00

LONGWARRY FIRE BRIGADE MARKET
5 Oct @ Bennett Street, Longwarry
EVENTS

EXPOS AND FESTIVALS

FLORA, FAUNA AND THE FIGURE
03 – 28 Sep @ The Station Gallery and Community Arts Hub, Yarragon Station
An exhibition of works by Yvette Atkins.
bawbawartsalliance.org.au


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ERICA FESTIVAL
14 Sep @ Erica Community Hall and Oval
From 10:00 to 16:00
On Sunday 14 September, Erica will celebrate 100 years since the naming of the town. The festival will be held at the Erica Community Hall and Oval and will feature historical photos, CFA memorabilia, show bags and information and there will be fun for the kids and a fresh produce and craft market.
Make sure you visit the Railway Museum as this is a great opportunity to take a look at the history of the railway, which closed in 1957.
Cost: variable

24TH ANNUAL WEST GIPPSLAND DANCE FESTIVAL
19 – 28 Sep @ West Gippsland Arts Centre, Warragul
westgippslanddancefestival.org.au

SUGAR ART – DAVID LYONS
30 Sep – 17 Oct @ West Gippsland Arts Centre, Warragul
Is a photo of sugar being added to a cup of tea really art? What role does subject have in making photography art? How do we determine ‘what is art’?
wgac.com.au

GARDIVALIA – FESTIVAL OF GARDENS
01 – 31 Oct @ various locations
Annual month-long festival featuring open gardens, garden tours, demonstrations, workshops, Drouin Lions Baw Baw Garden Expo & Home Show, art and sculpture displays and ‘poetry in the garden’, all complemented by gourmet food and wine.
Almost 30 gardens will be on display. These gardens, many open to the public for the first time, range from small suburban plots to large country gardens.
gardivalia.com.au

BOTANICA ART EXHIBITION
1 Oct – 2 Nov @ The Station Gallery and Community Arts Hub, Yarragon Station
To coincide with the Gardivalia Festival, The Station Gallery & Community Arts Hub will showcase flower and garden related artworks.
Featured artists include Joan Bognuda, Barbara Gogerly, Margaret Koopmans, Celia Collins, Lucy Chapman, Ingrid Thomas and Alene Bonser.
bawbawartsalliance.org.au

THEATRE

THE MAGIC FLUTE
13 Sep @ West Gippsland Arts Centre, Warragul
The Magic Flute is a quest for wisdom and true love. Taking inspiration from the movies, director Michael Gow and designer Robert Kemp have set their new touring production of Mozart’s final work for the stage as a rollicking adventure in 1930s Egypt.
Full: $56/ concession: $50/ members $48/ youth $30
Bookings: wgac.com.au

THE WIZARD OF OZ – PRESENTED BY WARRAGUL YOUTH THEATRE
30 Sep 1400
01 Oct 1100 and 1400
02 Oct 1400 and 1900
03 Oct 1400
West Gippsland Arts Centre, Warragul
Warragul Youth Theatre return for more school holiday fun with their production of the much loved musical The Wizard of Oz!
wgac.com.au

AS WE FORGIVE
06 Oct @ West Gippsland Arts Centre, Warragul
As We Forgive is a searing investigation of contemporary morality.This solo play has been written by Tom Holloway especially for Robert Jarman ( I Am My Own Wife, 2011) and is directed by the award-winning Julian Meyrick.
Three characters at the edges of society try to come to terms with the events in their lives. Each has a story to tell. Each has a reason for why they behaved as they did.
18+/ Full: $30/ concession: $25/ members $22/ youth $20
Bookings: wgac.com.au

OTHER EVENTS

CLIMATE REALITY PRESENTATION
12 Sep @ REstore, 79 Princes Hwy, Yarragon
Non-members: $12/ members: $9
RSVPs preferred but not essential: 0438 204 706. Starts 19:30
bbsn.org.au

ERICA 1914 CELEBRATION
14 Sep @ 1914 Café, 2 Henty Street Erica
Free. Starts 14:00.
1914 Café & Bar is holding a complimentary Devonshire tea in the café courtyard for descendants of Upper Moondarra and Erica. Visitor books will be there to sign.


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SUSTAINABLE HOUSE DAY
14 Sep @ various addresses
Free. RSVPs preferred but not essential: 0438 204 706.
10:00 to 16:00.
Deets: sustainablehouseday.com

FILM NIGHT: PASSIVE HOUSE REVOLUTION
25 Sep @ REstore, 79 Princes Hwy, Yarragon
Non-members: $12/ members: $9
RSVPs preferred but not essential: 0438 204 706. Starts 19:30
bbsn.org.au

SENIORS WALK – GLEN NAYOOK RESERVE & TRAILS AROUND ROKEBY
7 Oct @ Glen Nayook Rainforest Reserve & Rokeby Trails
Free, bookings required: 5624 2497.
Guided walk for active seniors through Glen Nayook Rainforest Reserve and trails around Rokeby. Includes morning tea and light lunch.
Please note that walks are not suitable for those with walking frames, wheelchairs or limited/impaired mobility.
This event is part of the Victorian Seniors Festival.
Time: 09:00 to 14:30

SPRING INTO NATURE
11 Oct @ Uralla Nature Reserve, Trafalgar.
Free. RSVP to 0437 589 317.
Trust for Nature’s Uralla Nature Reserve provides an experience of the varied forest habitats that once covered the Strzelecki Range foothills. Purchased with assistance from the RE Ross Trust, the Reserve is managed by Baw Baw Shire Council and Friends of Uralla Nature Reserve and supports endangered Shrubby Foothill Forest, Damp Forest, Strzelecki Warm Temperate Rainforest and a diverse range of flora and fauna.
Activities include:
• 10:00am: Fauna survey display and discussion with wildlife ecologist Ann Williamson.
• 11:00am and 1:30pm: Guided nature walks and bird watching with naturalists and wildlife artist, Nicolas Day.
• Dusk until late: Spotlighting for nocturnal fauna..
Time: 09:30 to late

14TH ANNUAL DROUIN LIONS CLUB GIPPSLAND BAW BAW GARDEN & HOME EXPO
11 – 12 Oct @ Lardner Park (Field Days site).
Adults: $8. Kids under 16 free.
Demonstrations by experts throughout the day. Held in three huge pavilions and surrounds.
Time: 09:00 to 16:00 both days

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One response to “What's on: September 2014 edition”

  1. Rhiannon Maclagan says:

    Thank you for listing Rokeby Market in ‘What’s On’. For future editions, would you please change the market operating times to 8.30am to 12.30pm, rather than 8am to 1pm as is currently shown.
    Many thanks,
    Rhiannon
    Market co-ordinator.