It's time to make plans for the weekend


CITY Memorial Bowls Club in Warrnambool is hosting a Dance for Rylan. The fundraising community dance will include supper, live music, raffles and games from 7.30pm. 

A FAMILY-friendly Bush Dance is on at the Illowa Hall from 6pm. 

The ROBERT Burns Scottish Festival is on from Friday to Sunday and includes music, dance and poetry celebrating Camperdown’s unique link to Scottish poet Robert Burns.


A FAMILY History Seminar on Saturday will give insights into tracing genealogy. The Warrnambool Family History Group is hosting the event at Warrnambool’s Christ Church Centre from 9.45am. 

The VICTORIAN Button Collectors Club will meet at the Drill Hall in Port Fairy for their annual regional visit. Buttons will be on display and for sale, accompanied by live music and children’s activities from 9.30am to 3.30pm

SEA Shepherd Marine Debris Warrnambool and the Great Australian Bight Alliance are hosting a Flume Beach clean from 11am. 

The LIGHTHOUSE Theatre is hosting The Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow from 8pm.

GameStart! will be hosting the second tournament for 2017 at the Warrnambool Bowls Club on Saturday. Video game competitions, tournaments, tabletop games and much more will be featured from noon to 9pm.


CRUISE with a Cause Poker Run will set off from the Yambuk Inn. Registrations from 9am with motorbikes leading the 200km cruise. All profits go to the heart foundation. 

DIRTY Angel Comedy is hosting its monthly comedy room with local and inter-state comedians entertaining crowds at Warrnambool’s Mozart Hall from 5pm to 7pm.  

RURAL Australians for Refugees are holding a meeting at 3pm. The not-for-profit group will meet at Brophy Family Services to discuss how to support people who have come to Australia settle in and feel welcomed.

PUMPKINS and all things Autumn will be celebrated at Warrnambool’s Community Garden on Sunday. Garden tours, live music, food, coffee and games will fill the Grieve street site from 1pm to 4pm.

Warrnambool Community Garden

Warrnambool Community Garden


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