Stawell City Brass Band to play out the Christmas Pomonal Village Market on Sunday 24th November 2019 from times 9am-1pm at the Pomonal Community Hall and surrounds.

The Grampians Film Society evenings are held from January to November. The doors open at 7pm and screenings commence at 7.30pm.  Drinks and nibbles are served prior to the film and a light supper is served afterwards.

Membership is only $45 annually, $25 half-year or $15 for three consecutive months. Contact Janet Witham 03 5356 4300 or Alison Bainbridge 0417 883 445 for more information.

Come along and enjoy viewing, being entertained and discussing the merits of films we screen.  We endeavour to cater for a variety of tastes as well as have a fun social night.

Screening Date:         Wednesday 27 November 2019 at 7.30pm

Screening Venue:      Centenary Hall, 117 Grampians Road, Halls Gap

Film:                               Ali’s Wedding, 2017 Aust – Comedy

After a reckless lie, the son of a Muslim cleric finds himself caught between his sense of duty and following his heart. He must follow through with his arranged marriage or be with the girl he truly loves.

Heaps!

Open Saturday from 9.30 to 5, Sunday 9.30 to 4.

In addition to our display of our carefully named beautiful flowers picked under permit, we also have a display of orchids in pots from the Australian Native Orchid Society, photos from Stawell Camera Club, art from the Ararat Stan Kelly Art Group and others, exquisite small textured flowers by Lynne Stone, crazy large plants from recycled materials made under guidance from Nichola Clarke, a new book on Grampians plants by Steffen Schultz, information on restoration projects on land adjoining the National Park by Jalluka landcare, a children’s play corner and more. All these are on view all of both days.

PLUS:
Regular guided walks in our Botanic Garden on both Saturday and Sunday,10.30 am, 11.30 am 1.30 pm & 2.30pm.

Talks by resident photographer John Tiddy at 12 noon each day.

Nichola Clarke demonstrating her craft work on Sunday.

Tag along tours departing each day at 1.00 pm. Bookings by phoning 0429 201 139 from Friday am.

And of course our leaflets advising you where to go to see the wildflowers growing will be on sale at the show and for several weeks afterwards at the Visitor Information Centre and at Brambuk.

Unfortunately our eco dyeing workshops have had to be cancelled due to illness.

Plenty of work to be done, ideas to be shared. Come once or come often. no special skills required

TIME: (Wednesday) 9:00 am – 12:30 pm
Location: Halls Gap Botanic Garden, School Road, Halls Gap
ORGANIZER: Margo Sietsma on margo@sietsma.com or 0429 201 139

Monthly training for Halls Gap CFA volunteer fire fighters – first Wednesday of each month.

TIME: (Wednesday) 6:00 pm – 7:15 pm

 

LOCATION: Halls Gap Fire Station, 78 Grampians Road Halls Gap 3381

Contact Peter Hilbig on 0437524716 or Peter@Hilbig.id.au

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