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FRIDAY

Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium will premier at Warrnambool’s Lighthouse Theatre at 6.30pm. The 50-minute interactive theatre experience presents a collection of prehistoric marine reptile puppets for ages 5+. There are also additional family-friendly shows on Saturday at 10.30am and 2pm.

Warrnambool’s The Dart & Marlin is hosting Proudspoken on Friday. The event is an evening dedicated to spoken word and poetry. Participants are encouraged to lend their voices to words at the Timor Street venue from 8pm.

Warrnambool’s Emmanuel College will host The War Heritage Roadshow free two-day event on the weekend. The event features conservation and war heritage experts delivering sessions by Government, veteran and cultural groups. Activities begin at 9am on Friday.

SATURDAY

Blarney Books in Port Fairy is hosting a Debate/Debacle/Bloodbath on Saturday from 2pm to 4pm. Local authors will battle it out in a team debate about the importance of bookshops in this humorous free event.

Aus Music Festival is presenting a fundraiser for the Diabetes Resource Centre at St Brigids Hall in Crossley on Saturday. Soul Food – a night of jazz, blues and soul will include hot food and desserts from 6.30pm with live music from 7pm. BYO drinks and nibbles.

Laughter Yoga will fill the grassed area at Lake Pertobe near the mini golf on Saturday from 9.30am to 10am.

Warrnambool’s Anglican Church on Koroit Street is hosting Old Time Dancing and Scottish Country Dancing from 8pm on Saturday. The event includes a light supper. 

SUNDAY

A collection of Warrnambool artists will host a family fundraising day for the Cancer Council Victoria on Sunday. The Winged Warriors will showcase local artwork at the Whalers Hotel from 1pm.

F-Project Cinema will host the first screening of a new 30-minute documentary entitled Stories of Fletcher Jones at the Mozart Hall from 2pm. The collection of stories, news articles, memories and photos will share behind the scenes footage of community efforts to save a much-loved Warrnambool icon.