Twilight for sustainability fair

BUSINESSES and the community will come together at this year’s Balnarring Sustainability Fair to present workshops, stalls and activities aimed at securing a more sustainable future. The 4-7pm, Satur...

Creativity is par for U3A’s course

THE creative results from attending courses at Hastings U3A were on show at the “university’s” Community Art and Craft Show. Held in the Hastings Community Hall over two days, the show gave members o...

Every picture helps tell a story

IF there is truth in the adage “a picture is worth a thousand words”, visitors to an exhibition by Amanda Stuart will be well informed. The nine subjects of Stuart’s photographic portraits have been ...

Organised artists open their doors to exhibit

MORNINGTON Peninsula artists have organised two major events during October and November. The annual Peninsula Studio Trail art exhibition runs 11-23 October at Southern Buoy Studios, Mornington foll...

Woodworkers open their doors

ALTHOUGH there are a couple of months to go, finishing touches are being made to some of the 800 toys being readied for Christmas by Woodworkers of the Southern Peninsula. Each year the woodworkers h...

Payne’s win was like no other

JOCKEY Michelle Payne weathered a few handicaps before winning the 2015 Melbourne Cup on Prince of Penzance. The film Ride Like a Girl, which traces the 24 year old’s life before the track as well as...

Gallery hosts prints ‘influencer’

A COLLECTION of David Hockney prints drawn from the National Gallery of Australia’s collection will go on display at Mornington Peninsula Gallery, October-1 December. Hockney is considered one of the...

Kids Fest on its way!

FRANKSTON Arts Centre is hosting the first ever Kids Fest in the September school holidays. Featuring live shows and workshops, it promises to be lots of fun. The little ones can take part in the Gra...