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|HIGH COUNTRY HARVEST||Throughout May. An autumn celebration of the finest food, wine, beer and cider in Victoria’s spectacular north east. www.highcountryharvest.com.au|
|PREMIERE SCREENING||Thursday 5th May. Enjoy the premier screening in Mansfield of Florence Foster Jenkins at the Mansfield Armchair Cinema. Hosted by Bindaree Auxiliary, fundraiser includes packed lunch served from 12.15pm. Tickets: $25 from Wallaby Ritz or phone 0419 531 271.|
|“NUDE”||From Saturday 7th May. Visit Mansfield’s Art Gallery to see feature exhibition “Nude” - located at 4 Highett St, Mansfield. Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday plus Public Holidays from 10am to 5pm. Exhibition runs until 5th June and entry is free. www.mansfieldartgallery.com.au|
|MOTHER’S DAY CLASSIC||Sunday 8th May. Raising money for breast cancer research, dress in pink for the Mothers Day Classic. Commencing from the “Station Precinct” at 9am, choose either a 4km walk or 4km/8km run. Registrations from 8am on the day, or enter online at www.mothersdayclassic.org|
|THE “QUEEN OF MAY”|
|Friday 13th May. A Pagan theme as Celtic music, local gluhwein and braziers set the scene for the abundant tasty autumn morsels and a 3 course dinner. 6.30pm. Hosted by the Mansfield Regional Produce Store, tickets are $110pp. Bookings www.highcountryharvest.com.au|
|COSI||From Saturday 14th May. MMuDS presents COSI – a play about madness, illusion, sanity and theatre. Set in a mental institution in 1970’s Australia, COSI is hilarious, unpredictable and memorable. Book online at www.mmuds.org.au - performance dates 14th, 15th, 17th, 19th and 21st May at the Mansfield Performing Arts Centre.|
|TAP TO TABLE|
|Saturday 14th May. Social Bandit Brewery Co and ‘The Culinarian’ collaborate to bring a craft beer-gustation evening. Eight regionally-inspired courses partnered with handcrafted beers and live
entertainment. 6.30pm at the Brewery. $89pp. Bookings www.highcountryharvest.com.au
|Sunday 15th May. Register online to join the RSPCA’s biggest fundraiser - Australia’s biggest dog walk! Walk commences Mansfield Botanic Gardens at 10am. Registrations from 9am with coffee and snacks available, thanks to the ladies at Mansfield CWA. Hosted and sponsored by Mansfield & District Community Bank Branch. Full details/entry fees www.millionpawswalk.com.au|
|STEINER EXPERIENCE||Wednesday 18th May. Opportunity to gain insight into Steiner Education with supper included. 7pm. Located Mansfield Rudolf Steiner School, 91 Highett St, Mansfield. Bookings: Ph: 5779 1445|
|MUSOMAGIC||Thursday 19th & Friday 20th May. FReeZA funded two-day, high-energy workshop - work together to write & record an original song & create scenes for an accompanying video clip. Open to 12-25 yo, no musical experience or skill necessary. Fully supervised, smoke, drug & alcohol free. To register or
more info: Jodie on 0408 370 022 or https://www.facebook.com/musomagicmms/?ref=br_rs. Cost is FREE and bus travel included.
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|COOL AUTUMN NIGHTS||Saturday 21st May. Join cool climate winemakers by the warming fireside - fragrant mulled wine with magnificent bonfire; sparklers for the young and young at heart! Fire roasted platters available on sale, along with other treats. Delatite Wines, Stoney Road. 5pm-8pm. $10pp. Bookings www.highcountryharvest.com.au|
|THE HIGHLAND ROAST||Saturday 21st May. A touch of tartan requested as you celebrate world whisky day and enjoy a highlands four-course feast, matched with single malt whisky. The Delatite Hotel, 7pm. $69pp. Bookings www.highcountryharvest.com.au|
|SAUSAGE AND CIDER||Saturday 21st May. Tin Shed Cider and Howes Creek Farm pair up in a celebration of good, old
fashioned hospitality. Enjoy demonstrations in the fine art of making Cumberland sausage followed by a Cumbrian lunch and apple sweet-treat served with Spiced Tin Shed Cider. Tickets $69pp. 11.30am. Bookings www.highcountryharvest.com.au
|LYFE OF BRYAN||Sunday 29th May. MMuDS presents the Lyfe of Bryan workshop, 10am-3pm at Mansfield Performing
Arts Centre. BYO lunch. Anyone interested in being a part of Lyfe of Bryan - both principals & chorus. Further info www.mmuds.org.au
|‘BOY OUT OF THE COUNTRY’||Tuesday, 31st May. A Felix Nobis play, proudly presented by the Arts Council of Mansfield. Noted as fusing high drama & laugh-out-loud comedy, be assured of a great night! 8pm, Mansfield Performing
Arts Centre. Tickets: $20 (members), $25 (non members). Book www.artsmansfield.com.au
|MAY NEWSFLASHES||Throughout May - Lion feeding at the Mansfield Zoo is 1.30pm every Saturday, Sunday and public holidays. Zoo opens daily from 10am.
Historical Museum - May exhibition features “Bad Habits” - memorabilia of old hotels, gambling, roll your own smokes. Station Precinct, open Fri, Sat & Sun, 11am-3pm.
Mansfield Armchair Cinema features regular screenings including the latest blockbusters. View www.the-mac.com.au Located at 1 Chenery Street, Mansfield.
|MAY MARKETS||Sunday 15th May - Mansfield Lions’ Craft Market. Enjoy a delightful market with a variety of stalls located on median strip opposite the Post Office from 8am-2pm. Stallholders: Kay 5777 3760.
Saturday 28th May - Mansfield Farmers’ Market.Gather fresh regional produce straight from the farmer to you, located on the High Street median strip opposite the Post Office from 8.30am-1pm.
|MANSFIELD LIBRARY MAY PROGRAM||Thur 5th & 19th, 10.30am - Storytime for preschoolers.
Fri 20th, 3pm - Book Chat: Adults… join us for a cuppa and a chat about the book of the month.
Need internet access? Drop in or call the library on 5775 2176.
|INFORMATION AND ACCOMMODATION ENQUIRIES||For all your information and accommodation enquiries and bookings visit the Mansfield Visitor Information Centre. Open 9am-5pm. 1800 039 049 or visit www.mansfieldmtbuller.com.au. Find ‘Visit Mansfield Mt Buller’ on social media. We’d love you to share your experience in the High Country by using the hashtag #mansfieldmtbuller!|
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