In a pickle: Warrnambool City Netball Association is hosting a come and try Pickle Ball event from 9am to 10.30am.
Timboon: The Timboon community are hosting a fundraiser for the Royal Children's Hospital Good Friday appeal. A barbecue from 6pm at the Timboon Golf Club will kick off the auction of items, face-painting, fairy floss, Easter egg hunt and activities.
CWA: CWA's South West group are hosting a Creative Arts Exhibition at the Allansford Hall on Zeiglar Parade on Friday and Saturday from 9am to 4pm. The event will include demonstrations and a raffle with light refreshments available.
Racing: The Warrnambool Racing Club is hosting a country raceday from 11am to 4pm.
Yoga: Connect Warrnambool are hosting Flex and Flow Yoga on the Civic Green from 1.30pm to 2pm as part of the #thisgirlcan3280 campaign. The beginners yoga is suitable for all ages and fitness levels.
Golf: The Western District Ladies Golf Championship will be held at the Warrnambool Golf Club from 10am-3.30pm.
Gigs: Friday night karaoke at the Vic Warrnambool from 8pm.
Girls: The Warrnambool Art Gallery are hosting a free 'Code like a Girl' session from 11am to 12.30pm followed by 'Code like a Girl' from 1pm to 2.30pm. Suitable for girls aged eight and above. BYO lap-top.
Acrobats: Warrnambool's Lighthouse Theatre will host 'By a Thread' on Saturday. Featuring seven acrobats and 30 metres of rope the 50 minute show will showcase the skills of the travelling performersat 2pm and 7pm.
Colour: The creators of Warrnambool's Oktoberfest are hosting Ultraglow Colusses at the Shipwreck Bay Holiday Park from 3pm. This daytime festival will be the first of its kind in south-west Victoria. The adults-onloy event will include DJ sets, paint-blasts and sound and lighting sets until 10pm. Togas and white clothing is encouraged.
Opera: The Koroit Convent is hosting an evening of opera within its chapel. The evening will include Italian and French arias performed by Louise Keats, Yu Lin, Cameron Sibley, Michael Lampard, Adam McMillan and the Warrnambool Organ Festival chorus.The ticketed event will begin with champagne on arrival at 7pm, with canapes served at the interval.
Walk: Oxfam Australia's Warrnambool Group are hosting a community walk on Sunday. After meeting at the Botanic Gardens at 2pm the group will make its way along the Russell Creek Trail to Garden Street, Queens Road and return to the rotunda an hour later for afternoon tea. Organisers of the fundraiser are encouraging wet-weather gear, water and comfortable shoes.
Markets: The Undercover market is on at the Warrnambool Showground from 8am to 1pm. Fresh produce, gifts, plants and book stalls will be on offer undercover regardless of inclement weather.
Whiskey: Whiskey Stills Inc are hosting a whiskey makers trail on Sunday. The five-hour 'tag-along' tour encourages community members to follow a lead car from site to site learning the region's whiskey-making history. The tour travels from Terang to Mortlake, Woodford, Koroit and Warrnambool and features whiskey tales from 1870s to the 1890s. Participants to meet at the entrance to the Terang Cemetery at 10.30am.
Be seen: The Transgender Day of Visibility will be held at Warrnambool's Fishtales Cafe from 1pm to 2.30pm. The annual, global event is aimed at raising awareness and acceptance.
Gigs: Lost in Suburbia, Hotel Warrnambool, 3pm. Darren Ely, Warrnambool Bowls Club, 4-7pm.
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Easter: The Easter Arts Festival begins with exhibitions and activities across the south-west region. Art exhibitions can be seen at Warrnambool's Mercy Place, Merri View Gallery and Naringal Baptist Church throughout the month.
Film: The 2019 Bethany Arthouse Film Festival will launch with 'Gurramul' screening at the Lighthouse Theatre from 8pm.
Film: The Corangamite Film Society are screening 'Isle of Dogs' at the Camperdown Royal Theatre from 7.30pm.
Jazz: Hotel Warrnambool, 8.30pm.