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Bendigo Weekly | Bendigo Weekly | 13-Jun-2013

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Friday, June 14
 Grey Gardens: Three’s A Crowd in a darkly thrilling, quirky and heartbreaking musical, at the Phee Broadway Theatre for three weekends in June. Based on the true story of the eccentric aunt and cousin of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Bookings: 5472 1251. Tickets: $24 Adults, $20 Conc.

 Sidewalk Astronomy: Bendigo District Astronomical Society. See the Moon close up. 5.30pm to 7.30pm at Discovery Science & Technology Centre, $2. Details: 5447 7690.

 Two Points of View: Artworks in assorted media which examine the impact of life-long associations by both artists with the Bendigo region.
Opening Friday, 6.30pm then Thursday to Sunday, 11am-5pm. Dudley House, 60 View Street, Bendigo, no charge. Phone: 5443 0624.

 Viva La Diva: A fun and enlightening musical journey into the hearts of opera’s greatest heroines. Bendigo Bank Theatre, The Capital. View Street, Bendigo. $20, 7.30pm.

 Greater Bendigo Heritage Awards: Bendigo Heritage Awards recognise those in our community who have demonstrated excellence in recognition, restoration and reuse of our heritage places. 7pm. Bendigo Town Hall, Hargreaves St. Bendigo

 Wares Night: A fundraiser for the Parent and Friends Club of the Lightning Reef Primary School 7pm to 9 pm.  $5 per adult, children free and supper is included.  Details: 5443 2501.
 
Saturday, June 15
 Gala Dance: Spring Gully Hall. 8pm to midnight. $10. Music by BitzNPieces. Excellent supper.
 
 seEed: An exhibition of re-purposed rubbish sourced from the fragile bushland of Bendigo. The aim of this exhibition is to educate the community about the permanency of our actions.
Allans Walk Art Space. Details: 0428 113 225. No charge. 9am to 2pm.

 Mapping great change: The landscape of Central Victoria explores significant historical and cultural changes occurring upon and within the landscape of Central Victoria. Post Office Gallery, 51 to 67 Pall Mall, Bendigo. 9am to 5pm. Details: 5434 6179. No charge.

 Family dance: The bush dance and music club, at Bendigo East hall, 8pm. Dances will be old time and Bush dances. Music by the Emu Bush Band. Tickets $7 adults, children U/16 free. A plate of supper would be appreciated. Details: 5442 1153.

Sunday, June 16
 Gamelan group: Bendigo’s Javanese music and dance group Mugi Rahayu practices weekly and is looking for new members. No experience required, all ages and free. 2pm, 101 Carneys Road, Eppalock. Details: 5439 2678.

 Sunday Sesh: Live Entertainment at the Metro in Bull Street featuring Rod Garner, Mez, Dave Powney, Bendigo Uke Groups and Friends supporting The Cambodian Project from noon to 6pm. Entry $5

 Genealogy meeting: 1.30pm in St Andrews Church Hall in Myers Street, John Crone speaks on Scotland.

Monday, June 17
 Dance: Spring Gully Hall. 7.30pm to 9.30pm CDs $4.

 Australian Air Force Cadets
Information evening. If you are aged 13 to 17 the Australian Air Force Cadets invite you to come along from 7.30pm to 9.30pm at Passchendael Barracks, 101 Atlas Road, Junortoun. Demonstrations and a flight simulator to use. Free entry. Details: 5449 5546.

Tuesday, June 18
 Christian Meditation Group: An ongoing group to nurture and encourage participants in the practice of regular meditation. Suitable for new and experienced meditators. 7pm-7.45pm. Gold coin donation. Venue: Daybreak House, 22 Lawson St, Spring Gully. Call: 5441 1814.

Wednesday, June 19
 Zooming Ahead: Blogging and Social Media with Megan Burke
9.30am to noon. Workshops for people who write, produce community newsletters, take photographs .... or those who are keen to learn how. Green Room, Workspace Australia, 45 Mundy Street. www.bendigo.vic.gov.au/zoomnewsletter. No cost.

Thursday, June 20
 Eaglehawk Senior Citizens Old Time Dance 8pm at Darling Street, Eaglehawk. Details: 5442 1815.
 Pioneers Women’s Day: Harcourt Women’s Association, 1.30pm at the Harcourt Leisure Centre. There will be displays, a trading table, lucky door and entry is $6 which includes afternoon tea. Details: 5474 2739.

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