Your guide to what's on this weekend


Remembrance Day: Remembrance Day Services will be held across the region on Saturday marking the end of the First World War. Members of the armed forces who have died in the line of duty will be remembered with a minute’s silence at 11am. The 11th hour, of the eleventh day of the eleventh month.

Cruise: The Black Dog Cruise drive for depression will travel from Geelong to Allansford’s Premier Speedway where it will finish with a show'n’shine, children’s entertainment, prizes and raffles. All proceeds will go to Beyond Blue.

Run: The Warrnambool Parkrun is on from 7.45am at Warrnambool’s Lake Pertobe.

Christmas: The Christmas Market at Woodford is on between 10am and 2pm on Saturday. This year’s event will include a one-minute silence for Remembrance Day, live music by Tom Richardson and the school choir, and a Christmas Tree appeal.

Wangoom: Wangoom Plant and Book Sale is on at the town’s hall between 10am and 3pm. 

Market: The Port Fairy Community Market is on at Railway Place from 9am to 1pm.

Dance: Rock and Roll is on offer at the Yambuk Hall from 8pm. 

Drag: Yumcha Media and Brophy Family Services are presenting YUMMY! Presents the Rainbow Salon at the Warrnambool Art Gallery from 6pm to 10pm. 


Dennington: St John’s Primary School in Dennington are hosting the annual Dennington Day Out between 11am and 3pm on Sunday. Stalls, rides, food, music and games are on offer for all ages.

Art: SW TAFE students are launching their Graduating Exhibition at the Warrnambool Art Gallery from 1pm to 3pm on Sunday. A variety of mediums will be showcased with one student awarded the Peter Lucas Memorial Art Prize. 

Garden: The Warrnambool Community Garden are hosting an Open Day on Sunday. The Grafton Road site will feature workshops, bush tucker, live music, face-painting and a coffee van between 11am and 4pm.

Nature: Derrinalum’s Mount Elephant is open to the public for base to crater walks between 1pm and 4pm.


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