Living Well

Central Victorian Indigenous Film Festival

The Central Victorian Indigenous Film Festival from May 27 to June 3 celebrates National Reconciliation Week. The program includes a  range of films, videos, activities and discussions in local venues and online.

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Best All-rounder

A visit to the Grampians and Great Western is a great day out. The cellar door experience at Best’s is a highlight and on the first Saturday morning of each month, you have a chance to tour the underground cellars.

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Open Mic at Yandoit Cultural

There will be an Open Mic at Yandoit Cultural this Saturday from 3:00pm to 5:00pm. Come along to contribute or just to sit and listen. Have a cuppa before you go.

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Kim Percy Art Auction at Radius

Kim Percy, a co-director of Radius Art Space is offering a number of her works for auction to raise funds for a study trip to Europe. The auction closes on May 3 (today) so get in early!

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What Banjo Knew

Country living offers a communion with nature which undoubtedly alters our interactions and way of being. In the country there is no pretence. Comfort in the home and in personal attire is wonderfully acceptable. Interior design is also approachable and personal. It is to make you and the occupants of your home happy and content.

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Tahbilk Winery Well Worth a Visit

Everyone should visit Tahbilk. The entire property is dripping with history. The vast property has an 8km wetland trail, restaurant, historic buildings, underground cellars that were built in 1862 and vineyards including 300 shiraz vines dating back to 1860.

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Monty Osewald Exhibition Opening at The Convent

An exhibition at The Convent Gallery opening on April 28th will cover forty years of work by prolific local and international artist,  Monty Osewald. Monty is a local multimedia artist working in ceramics, print making and painting.

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Adult Drama Classes Coming to Daylesford

Local theatre company Lab Kelpie will be offering adult drama classes at Stanbridge Hall from Monday, April 22. Classes are open to for beginners and those wanting to refresh past skills. A free introductory session on Monday, April 8, will show you what’s in store.

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