Nepal Earthquake effort goes on
Woodend filmmaker Michael Dillon will screen his acclaimed documentary Beyond Everest to raise money for rebuilding at the Himaganga School in Nepal. The school was devastated by an earthquake last year. Money will also benefit a ‘Knitting for Nepal’ project. Dillon will also take part in a Q & A with the audience. Norma Richardson Hall, Buckland Street, Woodend, 6pm this Saturday. Cost: $15 adults; children under 15.
■ 0415 216 711 or 0411 722 718
Journey of water ways
See Victoria’s waterways through Koorie eyes as part of a Kyneton Town Hall exhibition coinciding with National Reconciliation Week. Ganagan runs until July 22. Free entry. Mollison Street, 9am-3pm weekdays.
■ 1300 888 802 or www.mrsc.vic.gov.au/buytickets
Work on the roses
The Friends of the Alister Clark Memorial Rose Garden will hold a working bee this Friday. Bring boots and gloves. All welcome. Green Street, Bulla, 9am-1pm.
■ 9205 2306
Creative writing course
An introductory course to creative writing is being offered at Sunbury’s Twilight School. Tutor Bruno Lettieri offers five sessions, including letter and diary writing, and short memoir pieces. Rupertswood Mansion, 6-7.30pm Wednesdays from June 8.
Market to market
Pick up a bargain and sample local produce at the next Woodend farmers market. Woodend Community Centre, 9am-1pm this Saturday.
■ 0407 860 320
Oaks and Olde Time at Gisborne
The Oaks Market is on this Sunday at Gisborne Shopping Centre in Brantome Street and the Olde Time Market in Hamilton and Aitken streets, 9am-2pm.
■ 0447 526 145 or 0431 563 566
Art and craft exhibition
Phoenix Macedon Ranges Art and Craft group’s June exhibition will be held in Gisborne June 11-13. Ceramics, paintings, wood craft, jewellery, glass art and textiles will be for sale. Old Gisborne Courthouse, Hamilton Street, 10am-4pm.
■ 5428 2835 or www.phoenixarts.weebly.com
New round-table group
Want to meet new people over an evening meal? A new social group meets in the Riddells Creek area on the second and fourth Tuesdays of every month. Bookings essential.
Musical at Mountview
The Mount Players’ musical for 2016, Xanadu, runs until June 4. At Mountview Theatre, Smith Street, Macedon.
■ 5426 1892 or firstname.lastname@example.org