Off Grid Living Festival 2021, Centennial Park, Eldorado, Saturday, April 10, and Sunday, April 11, 9am to 4pm
The Off Grid Living Festival enables and empowers people to take their energy needs into their own hands. This is a place to transition to more sustainable lifestyles, build skills for self-sufficiency, meet industry experts, see unique craftspeople and connect with like-minded friends. There will be more than 200 exhibitors and market stalls, workshops, talks and entertainment. There will be great food, entertainment and kids' activities. See the exhibitor list: offgridlivingfestival.com.au/exhibitors2021 Tickets must be pre-booked online.
High Tea at Posh Plonk on Main, Chiltern, Sunday, April 11, 11am, bookings at poshplonk.com.au
Have you got your tickets for High Tea at Posh Plonk On Main yet? For just $89, you will be treated to Champagne on arrival, high tea, wine tasting, plus there's plenty of prizes to be won. This special event is raising funds for Cancer Council NSW as part of the Stars of the Border 2021 Dance For Cancer. Jump online before they sell out: poshplonk.com.au/posh-plonk-on-main/
Whorouly Garage Sale, Saturday, April 10, 8am to 1pm
The second annual whole town garage sale will run at Whorouly this weekend. No early birds please! Collect your garage sale treasure map for $2 from Whorouly Library Hall (12 Church Street). Hosted by Whorouly Inner Wheel, proceeds go to the club which supports the community and beyond. Enjoy the morning out with family; perhaps you'll pick up some treasure! Afterwards, pop into the cafe for coffee or the pub for some lunch.
German Austrian Australian Club Sunday Luncheon, 5 McFarland Road, Wodonga, Sunday, April 11, 11.30am
Enjoy a delicious two-course meal with great entertainment at this friendly club. Jan from Keys and Strings will provide music for dancing. The bar serves cold German beers and varied wines. Bookings essential, phone (02) 6024 6905 or 0437 944 207.
On The Border Community Market, Junction Square, Wodonga, Sunday, April 11, 9am to 1pm
This boutique market in Wodonga showcases the best of the Border's small businesses. Ranging from a minimum 40 stalls (during COVID-19) to 100 normally, it prides itself on displaying a great variety of local stallholders.
Albury Wodonga Farmers Market, Gateway Village, Wodonga, Saturday, April 10, 8am to noon
Plan your meals for the week ahead and then hit up the Albury Wodonga Farmers Market. Make light work of gathering quality protein and produce all in one location. There is nothing Formichi Smallgoods can't tell you about sausages!
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