What’s on this weekend
Sharon and Slava Grigoryan
Two of Australia’s finest musicians will be performing classical music at the St Paul's Lutheran Church on 54 Poplar Ave, Shepparton, at 7.30pm on Friday, May 20.
Sharon and Slava Grigoryan combine guitar and cello to perform works by Vivaldi, Granados, Piazzolla and more.
Guess How Much I Love You
Riverlinks and CDP Kids present Guess How Much I Love You, a play by Richard Tulloch, at the Eastbank performing arts centre on Friday, May 20 at 10.30am.
This production is brought to Greater Shepparton by CDP Kids, the team behind the Australian tours of The Gruffalo, The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show and Spot.
GVGS senior production presents Broadway Today
Join the Senior students of GVGS for their 2022 revue, Broadway Today, at Riverlinks Westside.
With songs from Mary Poppins, We Will Rock You, Dreamgirls and many more, director Helen Janke says it’s a guaranteed hour of toe-tapping entertainment.
Performances: Friday, May 20, 7.30pm and Saturday, May 21, 7.30pm.
Fishing for all clinics
Learn to fish on Saturday, May 21. The Victorian Fisheries Authority will be running eight one-hour sessions throughout the day at Victoria Park Lake from 10am to 4pm.
All equipment will be provided, including a fishing rod for the 15 participants per session.
Each person that participates will receive a free rod to use for the clinic and take home to continue their fishing adventure!
Shepparton's Monster Truck Carnival
You’ve seen the trucks lurking around Wyndham St, now you can go see the huge vehicles in all their glory at the Shepparton Showgrounds at noon on May 21.
Across the Saturday and Sunday there will be monster trucks, stunts, motorbikes, monster truck rides, amusement rides and a food court.
Lizzie’s Legacy exhibition
Murchison and District Historical Society is mounting a special exhibition of paintings and ceramics created by Liz Ewart, called Lizzie’s Legacy. The exhibition is open every day from 10am to 3pm until Sunday, May 22. Entry is $5 for adults, which includes refreshments. Activities will be available for children, and historic displays that are in place in other parts of the gallery will still be open. Come along to the Heritage Centre, situated in the Riverbank Gardens at 4 Stevenson St, Murchison, and enjoy this rare opportunity to admire this unique collection and be delighted by the special style and flair that Liz produced.
Country music for charity
On Thursday, May 26 from 1pm to 4pm at the Cricketers Arm Hotel, Mooroopna, is the talented Callum Gleeson.
Entry to the concert is $10, with proceeds going to the homeless.
Doors open at 11.30am with meals at noon.
Bookings with Joyce on 0408 218 411.
Mooroopna country music
Coutry music will be in full swing with guest artist Terry Leonard from noon to 5pm on Sunday, May 29 at the Sir Ian McLennan Centre, Mooroopna.
Entry is $7 for members, $8 for non-members, which includes tea and coffee.
BYO cup and nibbles, barbecue lunch to purchase.
For inquiries call Robin on 5824 1871.
Shepparton Spiritualist Centre on May 29 with Troy Clayton. Meditation at 1pm and our afternoon follows at 1.30pm to 3pm. Held at MEAC, 23 Alexandra St, Mooroopna.
Variety music day
A variety music day will be held at the Shepparton Italian Social Club, Marungi St on Sunday, May 22.
Guest artist is Sandie Dodd.
All artists must use our band, The Night Owls — no backing tracks. Walk-up artists must ring Trish (0408 758 264) no later than Friday, May 20 to book before the event.
Doors open at 11am, music starts at noon. A barbecue lunch will be available for purchase.
There will be raffles and door prizes, nifty fiftys and two $30 meat trays to be won.
Shepparton Croquet Club
Winter playing times – Tuesday, Friday, Saturday at 12.30pm for 1pm start. A game for all ages, beginners welcome. All equipment supplied, flat sole shoes must be worn. Proof of vaccination must be shown. Inquiries to the secretary at email@example.com or 0419 002 682.
Bowel scan kits
With regret we advise that bowel scan kits will not be available this year during May from the Tatura Pharmacy. The good news is they will be available from the Rotary website, www.rotarybowelscan.com — with more and more people using the web these days this will not present a problem. Over 1000 kits have already been ordered in Victoria through the site. Early detection is vital for a successful outcome from this disease and we encourage people to avail themselves of this service. The price of kits is $22 including postage. Tatura Rotary Club would like to thank the Tatura and Murchison pharmacies for supporting Rotary in this initiative for many years.
Calling all bagpipers
The members of the Goulburn Valley Pipes and Drums desperately need experienced pipers and drummers to join the band. Members would also welcome persons wishing to learn to play the bagpipes or side, tenor or bass drum. Members practise on Thursday from 7pm in the hall at The Hub, Morrell St, Mooroopna. Contact Eileen Mackie 0420 350 216 for more information.
Over-60s Friendship Group
A friendly social group meets every second Tuesday of each month at 6pm at Casablanca Restaurant, 125 High St, Shepparton, for a meal and to discuss the coming months’ itinerary for day and evening outings. Singles, friends and couples all welcome. No committee, fees, or commitment to attend outings. For information, phone David on 0409 133 044 or Jan on 0458 211 104.
Members of the public interested in joining Lodge Eshcol are encouraged to apply. The Freemason group is looking for new members to join its ranks to help give back to the Shepparton community. Contact Alan Thomson on 0402 284 797 for details.