Fart Fabulous, Borderville Big Top, Noreuil Park Oval, Wodonga Place, Albury, Saturday, December 18, 7pm to 8pm
The Border's very own circus will be topping off their fantastic festival, Borderville, with what's been called "a farty party for the whole family" and if their previous shows are anything to go by, this one is not to be missed! Mixing circus, drag, dance, visual art and live music this playful performance will be sure to give you a satisfying creative feed. Head along, enjoy, and support the Border's local creatives!
Wodonga Waves, 8 Mactier Avenue, Wodonga, Sunday, December 19, 11am to 1pm
Beat the heat on Sunday and head down to Waves for a fun way for the whole family to cool off. Not only will you be able to jump in and out of the pool every time you break a sweat, but Wodonga Council is working with Waves to offer free access to the inflatable pool jumping castle. There'll also be some other Christmas festivities and activities offered.
Sunday Art Chat, Murray Art Museum (MAMA), 546 Dean Street, Albury, Sunday, December 19
Head along to the relaxing interior of MAMA and spend the afternoon browsing exhibitions. You could join a tour group - offered in English, Swahili, Mandarin, Punjabi, Bhutanese. You'll also be able to find activities to keep the kids entertained and out of the sun. Ask questions, explore, analyse and top top it off at the end of your browse with a meal prepared by a cook from the community. Each week a different cook creates a dish that's important to them and allows the groups to share it together at the end of their tour.
One Man, Two Guvnors, Albury Showgrounds, Fallon Street, Albury, Saturday, December 18, from 7.30pm
Still hoping for some live and local theatre? The Other Theatre Company's comedic production might be just what you're looking for to cap off the end of the week. It's held at the Albury Showgrounds so bring a picnic and enjoy!
Wodonga Carols by Candlelight, online, Sunday, December 19, from 7.30pm
The 46th Wodonga Carols will go ahead despite COVID-19, so jump online and tune into the live event, which will showcase local performers backed by the Wodonga Brass Band. You can even by a virtual candle with funds to be donated to Albury Wodonga Health Palliative Care.
Various community markets across the Border and North East
Christmas is just around the corner, which means for many of us it's time to start thinking about present shopping. Challenge yourself to shop local this holiday season. What better way to start than by checking out your local market. Search online to see what's happening!
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