What’s On Book Early – May

Late Autumn Edition

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HIGH COUNTRY HARVESTThroughout May. An autumn celebration of the finest food, wine, beer and cider in Victoria’s spectacular north east. www.highcountryharvest.com.au
PREMIERE SCREENINGThursday 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 CLASSICSunday 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
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
COSIFrom 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.
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 EXPERIENCEWednesday 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
MUSOMAGICThursday 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 NIGHTSSaturday 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 ROASTSaturday 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 CIDERSaturday 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 BRYANSunday 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 NEWSFLASHESThroughout 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 MARKETSSunday 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 PROGRAMThur 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 ENQUIRIESFor 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! Social Media

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