Lights, Camera, Next!!! Albury Gang Show, Albury Entertainment Centre, Saturday, June 15, 1.30pm and 7.30pm. Tickets: $20
Lights, Camera, Next!!! is the 54th annual Albury Gang Show. Watch a trio perform for a cantankerous director, Disney villains go on trial and some singing vegetables fall for each other. As always, the show is produced and performed by talented Border Scouts and Girl Guides. Children under two years are free on the knee. No concessions.
Do you like film music? Video games, perhaps? Then join the Murray Conservatorium Orchestra and special guests at Cinematic! for an evening of music. Listen to epic and evocative themes from film, television and video games performed live by a full orchestra. The program includes music from Star Wars, Game of Thrones, Uncharted, The Chronicles of Narnia and many more. It features vocals by Mica Torre and Craig Quilliam with Aylish Jorgensen on cello.
Indian mynas are on the move in Wodonga. Gardens for Wildlife and Parklands Albury Wodonga will bring you up to speed on the impact of the feral birds. Plant trees and shrubs before learning about Indian mynas and enjoying a barbecue lunch. Wodonga Urban Landcare Network will provide tools, plants and lunch, but BYO gloves. Planting starts at 9.30am with the talk at 11.30am. For catering purposes, register via eventbrite.com.au.
Albury Record and CD Fair, SS&A Club Albury, Saturday, June 15, 10am to 4pm
You spin me round like a record! The Albury Record and CD Fair will give music lovers the chance to dig through thousands of records and CDs in search of that long lost album or elusive treasure. It runs in the Studio Lounge Bar at the SS&A Club, Olive Street. Entry is free.
Country Music and Trivia Night, St Ives Hotel, Wodonga, Saturday, June 15, 7pm to 10.30pm
Help Albury teenager Zac Spalding chase his dream after he was accepted into the Junior Academy of Country Music in Tamworth. Country artists Danny Phegan, Iva Mahoni and Zac and Eliza Spalding will perform on the night.
Albury Wodonga Farmers' Market, Gateway Village, Saturday, June 15, 8am to noon
Stock up on local produce at the farmers' market this weekend. Pick up a Rutherglen Berkshire egg and bacon roll and BBB coffee while you ponder your shop. Think Soul'd On Life Inca Granola, RAD Growers produce and Black Barn Farm apples.
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