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What’s On in November

Like the ocean, times and dates may be subject to change without notice so be sure to check the accompanying links for confirmation.

Archibald Prize – Daily Exhibition

Running till Sunday 10 December
Geelong Gallery – 55 Little Malop Street, Geelong
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Melbourne City Ballet – The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Thursday 23 November
Geelong Performing Arts Centre
The Playhouse – 50 Little Malop St, Geelong
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Queenscliff Music Festival – Family Event

Friday 24 November – Sunday 26 November
Princess Park, Queenscliff
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Black Diamond Afterglow Twilight-Night Trail Run – Torquay

25 November
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The Farmer’s Place Markets

The Farmer’s Place Monthly Farmers’ Market
Running until 29 April 2018
The Farmer’s Place Sunday Farmers’ Market
26 November – 29 April 2018
675 Anglesea Road, Freshwater Creek
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Adventurethon Anglesea – TBC

Saturday 2 – Sunday 3 December
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Piccadilly Market Geelong

Sunday 3 December
1 Gheringhap Street, Geelong
9:30am – 4:40pm
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Santa Train Special

16 and 17 December
Bellarine Railway, Queenscliff
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Nippers @ Jan Juc Surf Club

Sunday 15 October – training program begins
27 December – 12 January – Surf Ed Program
Call (03) 5261 2755
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The Pier Geelong presents Wah Wah Gee

31 December
NYE Cocktail Party
8:00pm – 1:00pm
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January 2018

The Nightjar Festival

4 January – 23 February 2018
Torquay Common – Thursdays January
Geelong – Johnstone Park – Fridays February
4:00pm 10:00pm
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A Day Out with Thomas

6, 7, 20 and 21 January
Bellarine Railway, Queenscliff
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7-Day Meditation and Chakra Retreat

Monday 22 – Sunday 28 January
The Summer House, Torquay
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February 2018

Flying Brick Cider Co Bellarine Sunset Run

Saturday 3 February
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Do me, Eat me / Drink me, To Market / 01.01.2017

Arrive early if you want in on the best croissants this side of the Loire Valley, and eclectic selection of artisan breads. First stop, A Hidden Secret, second on the right — seriously. Lemon tarts — but be quick; vegan and vegetarian pastries, curry puffs, pasties, mushroom Wellington. Endless delights here. A Hidden Secret party food cater, as do André’s Macarons and Beignets. Try the green apple, salted caramel, vanilla custard, chocolate, Nutella, and mixed berry beignets. Be done with it, and grab a...

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