MARKET: The Cudgee Primary School will host its sixth annual night market on Friday between 5pm and 8pm. Food, local produce, craft, children’s activities and live entertainment will fill the school grounds until twilight.
ROSES: Warrnambool’s Our Lady Help of Christians Church will host a rose show and flower festival across the weekend. The four-day event runs until Sunday at the Selby Road address and will include a floral art demonstration on Saturday at 1.30pm.
COMEDY: Anh Do – The Happiest Refugee will perform live at Hamilton’s Performing Arts Centre on Friday from 8pm. Adapted from his book of the same name, the stage show will re-tell his own experiences with migrating to Australia.
CARS: The Guzzlers Car Club will present their second annual Prison Break Weekend at Camp Cooriemungle on Saturday. A show and shine will be followed by a drive-in cinema and live entertainment for all ages from 2pm.
MARKET: The Woodford Christmas Market returns between 10am and 3pm on Saturday at the school grounds on Victoria Street. This year, aside from stalls, food and entertainment, the event will host a Christmas Tree Appeal for Mackillop Family Services.
COMMUNITY FAIR: Warrnambool's King's College is celebrating 30 years at their annual fair on Saturday. Live music, rides, games, craft and produce stalls, goods and services auction, The Big Dig, and children’s workshops will feature from 10am until 3pm at the Balmoral Road site.
MUSIC: Warrnambool’s Uniting Church Hall on Koroit Street will be filled with song on Sunday when the Merri Singers perform from 2.30pm.
FILM: The Corangamite Film Society are featuring the french drama Last Tango in Paris on Saturday at Camperdown’s Theatre Royal from 7.30pm. This is the group’s final 2016 event.
STRAWBERRIES: St John’s Anglican Church in Port Fairy will host its annual Port Fairy Strawberry Fete on Sunday. Held in the grounds of the church, strawberry and cream stalls with Devonshire teas will be available from 10am to 2pm.