EVENT DATE: Friday 17 November – Sunday 19 November 2017
Two must see artists of outrageously funny proportions combining their talents into one incredible show for your pleasure! Starring award winning, five star internationally renowned physical comedian Daniel Oldaker aka “Dandyman” (La SoireÃ©, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Melb. Int Comedy Fest) and the inimitable circus variety star Rani Huszar, “Ruby Rubberlegs” as seen on ABC’s “Live at the Memo”, “The Sideshow”, La CliquÃ©. Both stars of the international Festival circuit have appeared in films, on television, in circus tents, in opera houses and now they come to a theatre near you! Varietyville takes variety to a whole new level. Bite sized morsels of masterful magic, chaotic clowning, preposterous physical feats, musical mayhem, hilarious hi-jinks and much much more! “Acts of Absurdity And Uncontrolled Laughter – I laughed harder and longer at one act this evening than I have anything else I have seen this fringe” 5 STARS Clothesline (Charissa McCluskey-Garcia) Fringe World
Date: Friday 17 November 2017 Time: 7:00pm
Venue: Gordon Public Hall
Address: 64 Main St Gordon
Date: Saturday 18 November 2017 Time: 7:00pm
Venue: Trentham Mechanics Hall
Address: 66 High St Trentham
Date: Sunday 19 November 2017 Time: 2:00pm
Venue: Newstead Community Centre
Address: 9 Lyons Street, Newstead
Entry: Adult $20, Child $10, Family $60
ABOUT THE HALLS
Visit the Gordon Public Hall page.
Visit the Newstead Community Centre page.
EVENT DATE: Thursday 16 November 2017
After a wonderful year of monthly get-togethers the Wilby Social Group have asked popular local singers Frank Monk and Jenny Keenan to entertain us at the End of Year Party on Thursday 16th November. The singers special toe-tapping music is always greatly enjoyed by the group. The activity will be Xmas card making to add to the fun. Please bring a plate of morning tea to share.
Date: Thursday 16 November 2017
Venue: Wilby & District Memorial Hall
Address: Swanson Street, Wilby
Entry: Gold Coin donation
ABOUT THE HALL
Wilby & District Memorial Hall turned 60 years old in April 2017. It is still a great meeting place for the community. Yoga Classes are held twice weekly, Old time dances are held bi monthly and the Social Group meets on the third Thursday of each month. Many other events are held in the hall including community meetings and various one off functions. Go Hall!
Visit the Wilby & District Memorial Hall page.
EVENT DATE: Friday 24 and Sunday 26 November 2017
An original Musical comedy play about the townsfolk of a small strangely familiar town in the Gold mining town region of Victoria and the Chaos caused when the town’s Hall is washed away in the great flood of 1933. This is a sequel to the 2009 production “Foule’s Gold” with ‘Tall Tony, now 90 and his descendants. Lot’s of laughs with both original and very old Songs. Written by Steve Lane and Gwyn van den Bergen
Date: Friday 24 and Sunday 26 November 2017
Venue: Moonambel Hall
Address: 14 Woods Street, Moonambel
Time: Friday 8.00pm, Sunday 4.00pm
Entry: Adults $10, Under 16 $2
ABOUT THE HALL
The history of the Moonambel Hall (formerly Mechanics Institute Reserve) is documented in the book ‘If these Walls could talk.’ The first hall was washed away in the floods of Nov./Dec. 1933. The current hall was opened in 1937. The Pyrenees Shire has always been very good to the hall committee & in 2015 a brand new kitchen was built. The hall has played host to all the usual community activities, such as school concerts; church luncheons/teas; cabarets; wedding breakfasts ; trivia nights; exhibitions; life’ drawing classes; markets etc.
Visit the Moonambel Hall page.
EVENT DATE: Saturday 25 November 2017
A great night of live music in the beautiful old Cheshunt Hall, nestled in the picturesque King Valley. Mick Thomas and Squeezebox Wally will be entertaining us with tunes and stories they will weave their magic into the summer night. Twin Peaks is a Canadian duo with guitars and harmonies to soothe and delight. As well as the tunes, the Whitfield District Primary School families will be running a BBQ and the bar as a fundraiser and Fun Raiser!!
Date: Saturday 25 November 2017
Venue: Cheshunt Hall
Address: 454 King Valley Road, Cheshunt
Entry: $25 Adult, $20 Concession, U15 Free
Tickets: Pre-purchase at Cheshunt Store or online through Trybooking. Tickets at the door available.
ABOUT THE HALL
The Cheshunt Hall has been a community gathering place since 1895. Regular Friday night dances had people from all around the district hitching up the transport to head on down. No liquor was allowed at the hall, so it is rumoured that some punters would sneak outside the 100 yard exclusion zone to open a brown glass bottle of the favorite home brew beer. With a new kitchen installed and the old floor boards lovingly polished up, the Cheshunt Hall is still a great place for community gatherings. An annual Flower Show in late October each year brings a delightful display of Spring colour and beauty to the hall. The local primary school take to the stage each December to present a theatrical extravaganza, with live band, dramatic costumes and dewy eyed proud audiences. Recent years have seen a resurgence in live bands being presented at the Hall. Visitors and locals alike are loving these events! The Cheshunt Hall is a great venue for gathering and connecting, and will continue to serve the community as a welcoming space for many years to come.
Visit the Cheshunt Hall page.
EVENT DATE: Thursday 23 November 2017
Poetry@Chrissy Hills is a bi-monthly poetry event where local and non local poets share their poems in a friendly, non-threatening environment. There is a featured reader and open mic. We don’t take ourselves too seriously, though we value the role creativity plays in our lives. It’s a night of ideas, poetry and fun. Sometimes we have music provided by local musicians. This is the last poetry event for 2017.
Date: Thursday 23 November 2017
Venue: Christmas Hills Mechanics’ Institute Hall
Address: 787 Ridge Road, Christmas Hills
Time: 7.30 – 9.30pm
ABOUT THE HALL
The Christmas Hills Mechanics’ Institute Hall first built in the 1877. In 1984 the hall was redeveloped by the local community, students from Box Hill TAFE and the Shire of Healesville. In 2013, with money from the bushfire appeal after the devastating Black Saturday Bushfires, a further redevelopment was project managed by the Hall Committee. The hall is in a pleasant rural setting and is often used as a wedding venue. It is a focus for local events and is also home to the Christmas Hills Orchestral Players (CHOPS) where they rehearse and perform concerts. The Christmas Hills Mechanics’ Institute Hall is the cultural capital of the universe!
Visit the Christmas Hills Mechanics’ Institute Hall page.
EVENT DATE: Sunday 12 November 2016
Enter your best baked goods into our annual bake off competition to see who is this year’s top cook! Then enjoy taste testing the exhibits for afternoon tea. Cooks, spectators and families welcome. Enjoy spending some time at Kaarimba CFA open day while the exhibits are being judged. Our firemen will cook you a sausage sizzle lunch, have fire safety information available, and entertain the kids.
Date: Sunday 12 November 2017
Venue: Kaarimba Hall
Address: Kaarimba Hall Rd, Kaarimba 3635
Time: 12.00 – 4:00 pm
Entry: $5 (preschoolers free).
ABOUT THE HALL
Kaarimba Hall is a lovely old historic building in the farming district of Kaarimba, 30 Km north of Shepparton. Built in 1900, it has been used for all types of social and sporting functions for 116 years and is still available for hire for parties, badminton or other functions.
Visit the Kaarimba Hall page.
VENT DATE: Sunday 19 November 2017
As part of the annual Malmsbury Village Fayre, the Town Hall Committee are hosting a traditional country Devonshire Tea in the hall accompanied by the gentle sounds of the harp by harp ensemble Harper’s Bazaar.
Date: Sunday 19 November 2017
Venue: Malmsbury Town Hall
Address: 91 Mollison St, Malmsbury VIC 3446
Time: 10:30am- 2:30pm
Entry: $2 to enter the Fayre, devonshire tea $8 pp
ABOUT THE HALL
The historic township of Malmsbury (Victoria, Australia) grew from a travellers’ stop, on the banks of the Coliban River, on the road from Melbourne to the Mount Alexander Goldfields (Castlemaine District) in the 1850s. Eventually Malmsbury became a gold town itself, but it is also famous for its blue-stone rock which has been used to construct many a historic building. The Town Hall is partially constructed with blue-stone and has served as heart for the town for many years hosting myriad events from weddings, to parties, to school productions, music events, flea markets and more! The hall is now managed and maintained by a committee of locals with support from our local council. Most recent renovations include installation of a commercial kitchen in 2016, and acoustic paneling in the main hall in 2015. Next is restoration of the “supper room” and restoration of the original facade, which was dismantled during WWII.
Visit the Malmsbury Town Hall page.