The 3-Day Do You Wanna Dance weekend festival runs at venues in Warrnambool across the weekend starting with Rockin Radio Gram at St Pius Hall on Morris Road Friday from 7.30pm.
SCOTTISH bagpipers, drummers and Highland dancers will perform at Warrnambool’s Kings College as part of the Celtic Showcase on Friday night at 7.30pm. Workshops will also feature across the weekend.
THE Australian Plants Society Warrnambool and District are celebrating 40 years with a dinner at Warrnambool’s Flying Horse Inn from 7pm on Friday.
MANICURES, Martinis and Makeup will showcase skills and products of professional makeup artists at Logans Beach Day Spa from 5pm to 8pm with part-proceeds to the Leila Rose Foundation.
RAISE The Barre dance theatre show by Masters of Choreography will perform at Warrnambool’s Lighthouse Theatre from 7pm. The two-hour show featuring ballet, jazz and commercial dance will be precluded by local hip hop crew.
St JOHNS Anglican Church of Port Fairy will host a Festival of Flowers on Saturday and Sunday from 11am until 4pm. Entry to the Regent Street site will include morning and afternoon tea and live music.
GARVOC Hall is hosting a fundraising garage sale on Saturday. The community-wide event will include food stalls and bric-a-brac from 9am until 2pm.
The Wannon Rooms at the Showgrounds on Koroit Street will host the 2017 Warrnambool Wedding Festival from 10am until 2pm. Stalls will feature wedding suppliers from across the south-west region.
The SALVATION Army Warrnambool Corps is hosting an ANZAC Salute at their Lava Street site from 6.30pm to commemorate the sacrifice of soldiers.
TERANG and District Racing Club will host the delayed Terang Cup on Sunday from 12 noon.
Warrnambool’s Mozart Hall will host local and travelling comedians as part of the Dirty Angel Comedy from 5pm to 7pm.
ACTIVE Hub is on at the Artery from 1pm to 4pm. The event includes a street art walk and garden party.