Bendigo Life

Unravelling the past

Hover mouse over image for ZOOM view The Bendigo Historical Society, in lieu of a museum, is currently presenting an exhibition at the Bendigo Library. Based on the history of the Hanro Knitting Mills, one of the key exhibits is a photograph of staff who worked at the...

Donation at the museum

Donations to the Bendigo Soldiers Memorial Institute Military Museum community building appeal have achieved close to $170,000. Most recently the Eaglehawk Y Men’s Club made a donation towards the appeal. Museum curator Kirsten McKay welcomed the $1000 donation by the...

New roof on Capital portico

WORK has started to replace damaged slate roofing on the Capital building’s entrance portico in View Street. City of Greater Bendigo’s Andy Walker said the works are part of the council’s heritage renewal program which will see damaged slate removed and new Welsh...

Rosie rockets along

BETWEEN being a teacher, designer and a basketballer turned footballer, Elise Hogan has plenty to keep herself busy. But now she can add a new title to the list – author. Ms Hogan has written and illustrated a children’s book to highlight inclusion called Rocket...

Weed go to see that

Local Artist Jessica Spalding’s works are set to bring to life the new art space at PepperGreen Farm. Obnoxious Weeds – an abstract exhibition of floral natives and introduced species, will open this weekend, and is one of the highlights of a weekend of celebrations...

College all set for performance

Seussical opens today at the Ulumbarra Theatre with a noon matinee for primary school students. The glitz and glamor continues with evening performances at 7.30pm on Friday and Saturday nights. Seussical is a family musical staged by Catherine McAuley College,...

Teddy joins the choir

The Melbourne Welsh Male Choir is marking winter with a major concert in Bendigo on June 24 at the Ulumbarra Theatre. The 50-strong choir will be joined by New Zealand born bass-baritone Teddy Tahu Rhodes, and Melbourne soprano Kate Amos. It is Tahu Rhodes’ third time...

Michellie makes her mark in art

Michellie Charvat was all smiles last week when she was told she had been granted an inaugural award in curatorship. The Mentorship in Exhibition Operations for Indigenous Artists has been created to enable an indigenous artist to learn about exhibition operations in...

Friends with Juniper

When it comes to friends, Juniper has no idea what all the fuss is about. In fact, when classmates tease her for being like a robot she takes it as a compliment. Through the unconventional eyes of a child on the autism spectrum, Robot Song takes the audience on an...


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