Fundraiser: Woolsthorpe CWA is hosting a 'Cuppa for Cancer' in conjunction with the annual 'Greatest Sponge Competition' to raise money for Southwest Healthcare. 11am Woolsthorpe Hall, $10 entry.
Human Rights: Warrnambool City Council will raise the rainbow Pride Flag in front of the council chambers in support of IDAHOBIT Day at 5.45pm, followed by an afternoon tea at the Warrnambool Art Gallery.
Music: Cooper Lower Farewell Gig, The Loft, tickets $10.
Art Exhibition:Warrnambool Art Gallery is hosting two exhibitions from their collection, 'Rich Pickings' and 'Wanderlust'. Plus, curators from the Grimwade Centre will be on hand to assess personal items people bring from home.
Art Exhibition: One of Australian's most accomplished artists, Cressida Campbell has an exhibition of woodblock paintings and unique woodblock prints at the Hamilton Gallery.
Bushwalking: Parks Victoria is hosting a twilight tour and presentation at the Tower Hill Visitor Centre, to hear about renowned architect Robin Boyd's design, and to learn about Victoria's first official national park - including its remarkable geology, abundant flora and fauna, and Aboriginal cultural heritage. 3pm-6pm
Music: L'Elisir d'Amore (Elixor of Love), Mozart Hall, Warrnambool commencing at 2.00pm, tickets $25. Joe Musico, Commercial Hotel Koroit, 8pm.
Not For Kids Festival: Take a trip down memory lane, dress pp as your favourite childhood memory, it can be anything from Mr Squiggle to a Jar of Vegemite. The Loft, over 18's event only, 7.00pm start, tickets $15.
25th Birthday: Cobden Miniature Railway is celebrating it's 25th birthday. Train rides will cost $1.00, the same prices as when the park opened in 1994. 11.00am-4.00pm.
Walking:RSPCA Million Paws walk, Registrations open 9.00am, Pertobe Road carnival site, walk starting at 10.00am. Raffles and spot prizes available on the day. Tickets $23.
Music: Lyn Maloney and the Teachers Pets, Hotel Warrnambool, 3.00pm. Darren Ely, Warrnambool Bowls Club, 3.00-6.00pm
Movie: Save The Children Theatre luncheon and movie. Your chance to see 'The Chaperone'. Capital Cinema Warrnambool, 12.00pm. Cost $20.
Neighbour Hood House Week: Come to the new Warrnambool West Neighbourhood House for a fun day of sharing and recycling. 23 Beamish Street, West Warrnambool, 10.00am-4.00pm.
Comedy: The Melbourne International Comedy Roadshow will land at the Lighthouse Theatre. Tickets from the Lighthouse Theatre.
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