Golden Horseshoes Festival, Beechworth, Saturday, April 3, and Sunday, April 4
The Rotary Club Market will run on Easter Saturday in Queen Victoria Park, featuring about 120 stalls: arts and crafts, food and drinks, jewellery, clothing and bric-a-brac. Cars from vintage, veteran and classic eras will line Camp Street on Easter Saturday as part of a show and shine. Echoing the story of Daniel Cameron and his horse shod with shoes of real gold, the annual highlight of the gold shoeing at 11.30am in the Camp Street Arena brings the legend to life. See the real Golden Horseshoes on display inside Beechworth Gold all Easter weekend. On Easter Sunday, an Easter Egg Treasure Hunt runs 10am to 12pm in front of Beechworth Gold.
Tocumwal Gold Cup, Tocumwal Race Club, Racecourse Road, Tocumwal, Saturday, April 3, gates open 11am
The 150th Tocumwal Gold Cup will race into the record books on Saturday. Six country races with TAB and bookmaker facilities. Fashions on the Field will return. Buses will run to and from town. Strictly no BYO alcohol.
Enjoy a steam train ride behind the newly-restored steam locomotive 3801! Rides will leave Albury Station and travel to Gerogery and return (non-stop). Travel in standard class open saloon carriage or a premier class compartment for up to six. Departure times: Saturday, April 3: 8.30am, 10.15am, 12.35pm, 2.15pm; Sunday, April 4: 8.45am, 10.25am, 12.30pm, 3.30pm; and Monday, April 5: 8.45am, 10.20am. Trip takes 80 minutes.
Rutherglen District and High Country wineries, Saturday, April 3, and Sunday, April 4, varied events
Cofield Wines will host Easter Family Fun Days, Campbells Wines an Easter Picnic and Valhalla Wines Easter Cellar Door Tastings. Brown Brothers will host its Easter program while Feathertop has a barbecue and Ringer Reef live music.
Albury Wodonga Farmers Market, Gateway Village, Saturday, April 3, 8am to noon, RegenerEAT Farmers Market, Cafe Musette, Sunday, April 4, 8am to noon
Meet the farmers and stock up on produce and protein. Long-term supporters of Albury Wodonga Farmers Market can farewell Willowbank Farm, which is doing its last stall after 19 years!
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