Borderville at Hothouse Theatre, December 10, 3pm and 7pm, and Noreuil Park Oval, December 10 and 11, 7pm
Shall you marvel at the high-flying stunts in the Big Top or delight in some dark clown comedy? If you're lucky, you might find a few tickets remain for Tale of Two Harpies at Hothouse, or circus performances under the big top. Both events from part of Borderville, which runs until December 18. Buy tickets at: borderville.com.au
'Battle of the Border' Carriage Driving at 'Lumeah', 13813 Hume Hwy, Mullengandra, December 11 and 12
More than 80 entries of magnificent horses and carriage driving teams from four states will battle out for prestigious trophies through three phases - dressage, cones and marathon. With Her Majesty The Queen's approval, The HRH Prince Phillip Memorial Trophy will be awarded to the best overall score by an intermediate or open competitor. Spectators are welcome and admission is free. While out enjoying the competition and beautiful country at 'Lumeah', you can also stroll through the market and buy food.
TABLE at Murray Art Museum Albury, Dean Street, December 11, 11am to 12pm.
TABLE is a rotating foyer installation hosting weekly recipe demonstrations by local cooks, and it's Inuuywa Mama's turn this Saturday. This demonstration forms part of SIMMER which explores the links between culture and food. You should also see 'And tomorrow the beauty returns', a reflection on recovery after the 2019/20 Black Summer bushfires. This is the first weekend the exhibition Kirrily Anderson is open.
Grapes of Mirth comedy event, Brown Brothers, Milawa, December 11, 2pm
Six of Australia's best comedians will make their way to Brown Brothers for 6 hours of comedy, music, wine, gourmet grub, and the most amazing festival vibes (18+). Tickets are on sale until midday on December 11 - search the event at moshtix.com.au.
Royal Australian Navy Band, The Cube Wodonga, December 11, 2pm
The Royal Australian Navy Band Melbourne Jazz Ensemble features some of Navy's finest jazz musicians. The group includes a rhythm section, trumpet, saxophone, trombone and vocalist. Some tickets remain and can be purchased at The Cube Wodonga's website.
Free parking, Wangaratta CBD, December 11 and December 12
Get your Christmas shopping done in Wangaratta, with the tradition of free parking for the festive season restarting this weekend. The initiative means more than ever to business after a tough few years. Parking will be free in the CBD until January, although time limits still apply.
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