Now, that’s a fish
Fly fishing photographer and writer Morsie (pictured) will share his experiences at the next meeting of the Calder Fly Fishing Association. Macedon Ranges Further Education Centre, Hamilton Street, Gisborne from 7.45pm on July 13.
Feathering Hume’s nest
New field guide Birds of Hume will be launched at Living Legends this Sunday. Go for a walk and do some bird-watching and photography. Includes Devonshire tea. Oaklands Road, Greenvale from 2-4pm.
Radio lovers theatre
John Stanton and Rexine Perry will star in the Legends Theatre Club’s radio theatre-style performance of George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion at Kyneton’s Bluestone Theatre from 5pm this Sunday. Tickets: $30; $20 concession.
Boots on for roses
The Friends of the Alister Clark Memorial Rose Garden will hold a working bee this Saturday. Bring boots and gloves. Green Street, Bulla, 10.30am-2.30pm.
■ 9205 2306
Market to market
Pick up a bargain at the next Riddells Creek farmers market. Riddells Creek Primary School, Main Road, 9am-1pm this Saturday.
■ 0408 254 626
Conway on Cline
Enjoy the strains of late, great country star Patsy Cline when Country Conway presents Always … Patsy Cline at Kyneton town hall from 7.30pm on Friday. Tickets: $42/$38.
■ 1300 888 802 or goo.gl/Ocp0U5
Heads up on jobs
This year’s Sunbury and Gisborne Careers and Jobs Expo will be held at Sunbury Memorial Hall from 2pm until 5.30pm on July 20.
■ 0421 052 958
Dance … naturally cool
Help kids with cancer during a night of music, fun and dancing. The Naturally Cool Big Band will perform at a charity dance at Sunbury Bowling Club from 7.30pm, August 20. Tickets: $30, proceeds supporting Royal Children’s Hospital.
■ 5428 2228