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Local Events Winter 2016

Here is a list of the local events in Winter 2016. Use these for future holiday planning!

4-5 June: Y Water Discovery Centre, Yea. Celebrate World Environment Day.
Enjoy learning activities for all ages both outside, in the beautiful Yea Wetlands and inside in the award winning Y Water Discovery Centre. 10am – 4pm
This fantastic 3 day event includes a concert, market, woodchop & lots of wheels!
Queen's Bday 11-13 June: Lake Mountain snow season launch. 
Snow play isn't just for kids!
Indulge in Yarra Valley's gourmet food & wine delights while experiencing close encounters with wildlife. 
2-3 July: "Womindjeka" Weekend, Yea.
 – "Welcome!" Come, learn and celebrate the history and culture of the Taungurung people, the traditional owners of the lands on which the award winning Y Water Discovery Centre and Yea Wetlands is sited.
22-24 July: The Murrindindi Beanie Festival is a three day celebration of clever, crafty beanies open to all in the community, not just those who knit or crochet. St John’s Anglican Church Hall Downey Street, Alexandra. 10am - 4pm.
24 July: Bullfight Ski Charge, Lake Mountain.
 This is a fun tour event which is popular for all abilities from fit skiers right through to novice skiers who just want to enjoy the challenge of the course. 8km or 3km options.
29 July: Taste of Tamworth, Alexandra.
 This year’s line-up of Jayne Denham, Luke Austin and Anthony Taylor will perform along with Carter and Carter at the Alexandra Town Hall.
Enjoy regular Art exhibitions at Marysville's Little Fishes Art Gallery, including two Photographic Exhibitions in June.

- "Repeating Patterns" by a local photographer, Cindy Ferguson.  Large and small images are printed onto canvas and another 20 images printed directly onto a reclaimed composite stone material which highlights the images showing an amazing depth of field. This exhibition runs 11:00 - 4:00 Thurs - Sunday till Sunday June 5th.
 - The next Exhibition is by another local Photographer, Vicki Moritz.
Vicki has captured some striking black & white images in a collection she calls "Urban Tide", featuring the rhythm and energy of the city. The works are printed onto large 1m x 1m Aluminium plates with some other colourful streetscapes transferred onto canvasses.
Marysville's Community Market is on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month.