What's on at The Potato Shed.....
41 Peninsula Dr Drysdale
From 11:00 am to 02:00 pm
The Potato Shed is proud to present the Melbourne Theatre Company’s production of ‘The Violent Outburst that Drew Me To You’, at 7pm on Tuesday 28 May. The Violent Outburst that Drew Me To You is a smart, sweet and fiery tale about two off-kilter kids who, at war with the world and themselves, find a moment’s piece with each other. Tackling the ticking-time bomb that is adolescence, it is a reminder of the impulse within us all to kick and scream at the universe and the equally impatient need to lie in the woods, planning for the future.
Body n Soul Expo
1 Gheringhap St Geelong
1 juin - 2 juin
Geelong Wellbeing and Psychic Expo
Pete Denahy - Travellin' Still...the Songs of Slim Dusty
218-230 Princes Hwy Corio
From 10:00 am to 03:59 pm
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When Slim Dusty’s Travelling Country Band played their last full show with Slim in 2002, the band members all went their separate ways.
Reconciliation In The Park
Geelong Greater Geelong VIC
From 02:00 am to 07:00 am
Reconciliation in the Park is Geelong's primary 'Reconciliation Week' event, celebrating Aboriginal history, culture and stories.
Deakin University Geelong Waterfront Campus
1 Gheringhap St Geelong
6 juin - 29 juil.
Goals and Glory: Deakin Library’s Soccer Collection
Fyans Cottage Collectables - Elliot Hall Live Instore
41 Yarra St Geelong
From 03:00 am to 07:00 am
Elliot Hall Enamels was established in 2006 following the closure of Moorcroft Enamels where Elliot Kingsley Hall was the Managing Director.
Sounds of Freedom - Sound Bath
291 Breamlea Rd Connewarre
From 08:00 am to 09:00 am
SOUNDS of FREEDOM – What is a Sound Bath?
Ramble Tamble - The Aust Creedence Show
46-48 Fellmongers Rd Breakwater
From 10:30 am to 03:00 pm
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The hit songs of Credence Clearwater Revival are as popular today as when they were first released. Songs like Proud Mary, Down on the Corner, Who’ll Stop the Rain and Green River populate the show like lifelong neighbors, old friends that you know so well, visitors that could never out-stay their welcome...
Sounds of Freedom - Sound Bath
291 Breamlea Rd Connewarre
From 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Bring a First Time Friend offer (20% off your ticket price if you bring a friend for the first time)
Sunny Cowgirls
218-230 Princes Hwy Corio
From 10:00 am to 03:59 pm
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Australia’s favourite country duo the Sunny Cowgirls never fail to deliver a cutting-out party to remember. Farm girls born-and-bred, Sophie and Celeste Clabburn burst onto the scene with their breakout debut album Little Bit Rusty in 2005. Since then, the 9-time Golden Guitar nominees have been entrancing audiences with their irresistible celebrations of mateship, hard work, and life and love in the Australian bush. They’ve performed everywhere from the Deni Ute Muster and Tamworth to the Gympie Muster and CMC Rocks, collaborated with Sara Storer and Adam Brand, and released 7 studio albums, a live CD, and two DVDs. The duo’s most recent outing Here We Go debuted at No. 1 on the iTunes Country Albums Chart. Add to that more than a little sly, winning humour – not to mention the sisters’ exquisite, trademark vocal harmonies – and it’s easy to see why the Sunny Cowgirls have long been the authentic voice of rural
Colour, Sound and Movement Workshop
Armstrong Creek Community Hub
From 02:00 am to 07:30 am
Are you ready to take a day out to awaken all of your sense, unlock your creativity and get in touch with a freer, higher version of yourself?