EACH FOR EQUAL
Exhibition celebrates art by western Riverina women
Art by 10 Riverina women will be the focus of Each for Equal. The exhibition is timed to coincide with International Women's Day in March and celebrates cultural, social and economic achievements by women. The exhibition opens on Friday at 6pm at the Griffith Regional Art Gallery.
Project to take centre stage
Residents are being invited to contribute to an upcycled community art project which will be exhibited at A Day in the Orchard later this year. The project is led by Jess Forster and Kristy-lee Agresta, and contributions are welcome from the community. The work is being hosted at the Griffith Regional Art Gallery. Residents of all ages can help create something unique every Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 2pm until March.
The Coro Club hosts Tony L from 7.30pm on Friday. Groovology will entertain guests at the Southside Leagues Club's Alpen Terrace from 8.30pm on Friday, which will be followed by Double Shot at 8.30pm on Saturday. Me & the Girl take the microphone at the Coro Club from 7.30pm on Saturday. Perfect Strangers are performing at Hotel Victoria from 8pm Saturday. Bones and Soli will perform at the Area Hotel from 10pm on Saturday. Sunday sessions start at the Southside Leagues Club from 2.30pm with the Lolohea Brothers performing.
Ever wanted to enjoy the heritage vintage experience?
If you've ever wanted to see how wine has traditionally been made from picking the fruit to stomping the grapes, now's the season for it. Bella Vita Tours is running farm tours where people can make their own grape juice on Tuesdays and Saturdays until March.
Fresh food, crafts and more at Griffith Showgrounds
Griffith Rotary's markets open from 7am until midday on Sunday. Stallholders will have everything from fruit and veg to home-made craft.
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