MANGGAN: GATHER, GATHERS, GATHERING
Touring exhibition from Girringun Aboriginal Arts Centre
The Manggan exhibition opens on Friday, April 26 at the Griffith Regional Art Gallery at 6pm. The exhibition brings handcrafted work and historic photographs. Entry is free.
Griffith Classic Motorcycle Club hosts their 34th rally
Veteran, vintage and classic bikes will converge on the city for a weekend of catching up with old friends and making new ones. Registration is open until 4.30pm on Friday, with gates opening at Calabria Family Wines at 7.30am on Saturday with rides starting from 9.30am. The ride will leave at 10am on Sunday returning to the winery for a barbecue lunch.
World-first stage show tour arrives in Griffith on April 27
Australia's Anthony Street will lead a troupe of performers from Riverdance and Lord of the Dance to create fusion of Irish dance and magic. Street originally a demolition worker, was the first Australian to be cast in the lead role of Lord of the Dance and is the creative director of Celtic Illusion. Tickets are available from the Griffith Regional Theatre for $69 for adults and $59 for children.
All weekend Griffith musicians will be performing around the city
Ali Cat perform at the Coro Club from 7.30pm on Friday. Trouserpants at the Southside Leagues Club from 8.30pm on Friday. Sameera takes the stage at the Exies on Saturday from 8pm. Hotel Victoria hosts Electric Rush from 8.30pm on Saturday. Side Effect will perform at the Southside Leagues Club from 8.30pm on Saturday.
FESTA DELLE CASTAGNE
An Italian smorgasbord at the Yoogali Club
A traditional Italian lunch of roasted chestnuts, mulled wine with tea and coffee and crostoli. Doors open at midday on Sunday. Tickets are $50 for adults and $15 for children under 12.
Fresh food, crafts and more at Griffith Showgrounds
Griffith Rotary's markets open from 7am on Sunday.
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