If you would like to be a part of art in Shepparton this weekend then you are in luck.
Friday is the opening night of The Laramie Project, which has sold out, but tickets are still available for Saturday night and Sunday.
There is also a concert put on by the Melbourne Rainbow Band, Shepparton Brass and Wind and the OUTintheOPEN festival tomorrow night when two bands will perform a selection of their favourite music and will team up with more than 60 musicians.
And if that is not enough, there will be human-powered go-karting from 10am in Mooroopna on Sunday.
What: A messy play session where children will have the freedom to develop their imagination and social skills! Bookings essential.
Where: St Anne's College, 72 Wendouree Dve, Kialla.
Contact: Phone St Anne's College on 4812 2993.
Shepparton Theatre Arts Group
The Laramie Project: Friday (sold out), Saturday and Sunday.
The Bakehouse Black Box, 17 Wheeler St, Shepparton.
More information: stagtheatre.com
Shepparton Art Museum
Drawing Wall #37 — Emily Ferretti. Until March 1, 2020.
Showcase #24: Regeneration. Until February 5.
Arthur Boyd: Landscape of the Soul. Until November 24.
The Boyd Family: A Legacy of Pottery. Until March 15, 2020.
More information: sheppartonartmuseum.com.au
Artist Profile Exhibition. Until November 22.
More information: kaielaarts.org.au
What: A concert put on by the Melbourne Rainbow Band, Shepparton Brass and Wind and the OUTintheOPEN festival. Two bands will perform a selection of their favourite music and will team up with more than 60 musicians on stage for a huge big-band experience.
Where: Riverlinks Westside — Echuca Rd, Mooroopna.
Cost: Entry by gold coin donation (no bookings required).
Contact: Phone 5832 9865 or email [email protected]
What: Human-powered go-karting, an adrenaline rush for kids.
When: 10am to 11:30am.
Where: Mooroopna Bowls Club, Echuca Rd, Mooroopna.
Contact: Phone It's Party Time Jumping Castles on 0427 845 100.