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Twilight Festival: Pollies Hang Out

We’re not expecting a “shirtfront” scenario, but at the Twilight Festival tonight Ms Maree Edwards MP, member for Bendigo West, will be presenting out Art Exhibition prizes. Her challenger in the upcoming state election, Mr Michael Langdon, will be coming along as well.

We expect our newly crowned Mayor, Cr Peter Cox to also make an appearance.

Twilight Festival: Heretics Corner

Love talking about deep ideas and questions? So does Tony. Bring your thorny questions about life, the universe and everything to the Twilight Festival on this Friday. He probably won’t answer them, but you’ll enjoy the conversation.

Event page here.

Twilight Festival: Drumming Workshop

Ever wanted to drum? Jim will have a bunch of drums handy to get us drumming away together at our Twilight Festival this  Friday.

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Twilight Festival: Art Exhibition

Students from Violet St Primary School and Lightning Reef Primary School are creating artwork for an Art Exhibition. With prizes kindly sponsored by Arthouse Direct this is sure to be a great show.

See event page here.

Twilight Festival: Eat Pizza and Snags

Getting together with others makes us want to eat! We’ll be cranking up the wood-fired pizza oven and the BBQ for your consuming pleasure.

Twilight Festival: Start a Small Vegie Garden

Ever wanted to start a small vegie garden? Feel overwhelmed at the thought? Experienced gardener Ros Woodburn will be helping you get going on your project. Come along to the Twilight Festival in Long Gully this Friday.

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Twilight Festival: Get Your Art On!

Have a go at some art at the Twilight Festival this Friday at St Matt’s Long Gully. We’ll have 4 different opportunities for you. You don’t have to be an expert, just up for having a go:

  • Wigwam creation with Peter
  • Mosaic tabletop with Cassie
  • Paint panels with Ben
  • Create a clay pot with Megan

Twilight Festival: Devonshire Tea

Love a good Devonshire Tea? Indulge with a conscience at the Twilight Festival this Friday, as we raise money for the Kids Garden Club. This is a partnership between the Hope…It Grows! community garden and Bendigo Violet Street Primary School.

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Support Refugees and Asylum Seekers

If you, like a lot of people, are disgusted and disappointed by the way asylum seekers and refugees and being treated by the government, then consider coming along to this meeting. This gathering will discuss ways that concerned Bendigonians can publicly express support for asylum seekers and refugees and call the government to a better way.

It won’t be planning direct assistance to refugees – there are bunch of organisations in Central Victoria who do this very well. But what is possibly lacking is a public and visible voice of the average Australian who wants our government’s policies to change.

Come along to plan something that will communicate our support for asylum seekers and refugees.

Date: Wednesday 26th February
Time: 7.45pm
Place: St Matthew’s, 153 Eaglehawk Rd, Long Gully
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Please share this event amongst your Central Victorian networks and friends.

Call me on 0421 764 699 if you’d like to discuss this event.