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What’s On

What’s On

For a full list of what’s happening in the Swan Hill Region please go to the Visit Swan Hill website.

Minecraft Monday!

Every Monday
Looking for something fun to do after school on a Monday? The Library is now hosting Minecraft sessions every Monday.
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Baby Rhyme Time

Every Tuesday & Friday
Baby Rhyme Time is a fun and interactive session for parents and carers with babies under 18 months old. It promotes the development of your baby’s literacy skills through interactive rhymes and songs.
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Move and groove

Every Wednesday
These highly interactive free sessions are tailored for a toddler’s social, emotional and physical development. Children are encouraged to move as they sing, dance and shake their way through action rhymes and songs. Maracas, a parachute and other simple props are used to engage and enthrall the children.
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Storytime and craft

Every Friday and Saturday
Storytime provides a wide range of stories and craft activities. Children have the chance to meet and socialise with other children while developing their motor and language skills. The storytime sessions are aimed at 3 to 6-year-olds but children of all ages are welcome.
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Ordinary Meeting of Council

Third Tuesday of each month
Council meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month. Council also holds special Council meetings where needed. Details of any special Council meetings are listed in our latest news.
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Purple Noon

25 August – 15 October.
Julie Chislett-Duffus - The 2016 flood events in our local red gum forests have provided the inspiration for this body of paintings.
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Sleepwalking towards the Apocalypse

25 August – 15 October.
Peter Ward - In ‘Sleepwalking Towards the Apocalypse’ Peter Ward discusses themes of social insecurity, environment & abuse of economic & political power in a series of linocuts, woven linocuts & quilted linocuts.
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The People’s Museum – Stories from the farm

25 August – 15 October.
Curator Kim Bennett has encouraged local farmers to participate in this exhibition by supplying objects from their lives, and the funny, emotional and unbelievable stories attached to them.
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