Workshop: Warrnambool World Elder Abuse Awareness Day at Archie Graham Centre on Timor Street. From 1.30-3pm. For more information please email Becky Nevin-Berger, Elder Abuse Prevention Worker, on email@example.com.
Arctic Adventurer: Enjoy an evening with local adventurer Paul Watkins, recounting his recent event - the Arctic 6633, a 614km race deep into the Arctic Circle. Lighthouse Theatre, Warrnambool, from 7.30pm.
MND Fundraiser: Ten south-west celebrities will brave the slide and take the plunge to support the South West Big Freeze before the HFNL Cobden versus Camperdown football match, at Cobden Recreation Reserve, Parrott Street, Cobden. Sliding starts at 1pm. Contact Sarah Dunn on 0408 927 230 for more info.
Art Opening: Warrnambool Art Gallery is opening a new exhibition, The Bull Cow, in collaboration with artist Simon Linardi. The Bull Cow is a hybrid whale-cow creature never before seen by humans and the gallery space will be transformed into a glittering, unusual space where children can explore a fantasy world through tactile materials, visual wonder and bright patterns designed to encourage bold and creative thinking.
Book Launch: Narrawong author Maya Linnell launches her debut novel Wildflower Ridge at Blarney Books, 7.30-9.30pm, James Street, Port Fairy.
Live Music: Bill Chambers and AP D'Antonio take to the stage at the Commercial Hotel, Terang, 8pm; Wild Roomers will entertain at the Commercial Hotel, Koroit, 8pm.
Concert: 'Thank God For Rock 'n' Roll'will be held in the Kardinia Auditorium, Tylden Street, Dennington from 7.30pm. Come along to see the Loose Cannons, Lee Sonnyboy Morgan & Band plus Melbourne duo The Vapour Theory. Proceeds to Offspring, a non-profit organisation assisting people affected by human trafficking.
Live music: Find your way to Hotel Warrnambool to watch Louie & The Melways, starting at 3pm.
Exhibition: Celebrating Our Landscape, Inspired by Eugene von Guerard. An exhibition of poems, photographs, art and stories that celebrate the landscape of south west Victoria. Skipton Mechanics Hall, 35/43 Wright St, 10am-4pm.
Brick Club: Show off your love of construction play, your desire to build imaginative creations of every size and colour and share these with like-minded people at the South West Brick Club meeting on Sunday at 10-11.30am, at the Christ Church Parish Hall, 230 Koroit Street, Warrnambool.
Kindergarten Open Day: Warrnambool City Council's 12 kindergartens will open to the public. Talk to the kindergarten educators to see if your child is ready to start. See the WCC website for all of the details. 9am-2pm.
Movie Night: Bethany Arthouse Film Festival is showing American Animals at the Lighthouse Theatre, 8pm.
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