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Nine things to do in the region this week (12 – 18 November)

James Coleman12 November 2021
Yass Community Markets

“Ooo, green things.” Photo: Visit Yass Valley.

Fingers crossed you haven’t already done your grocery shopping because it’s markets, markets, and more markets in the region this week.

It’s all been on and off again for the past few months due to COVID-19, but life is returning to normal. Chiefly, you’ll be able to buy fresh food and handcrafted goodies in Tilba, Murrumbateman, and Binalong this weekend, before clearing everything else out of your house for a virtual and in-person garage sale. Unearth your inner potter in Murrumbateman and enjoy local musicians at the Tallagandra Hill Winery.

Santa has also come early to Cobargo and is willing to take your pets on his knee for photos.

All weekend

Australia’s festival of pre-loved stuff, the Garage Sale Trail, is on again this November. Image: Garage Sale Trail.

Garage Sale Trail

When: Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 November
Where: Online and in your neighbourhood
Cost: Free to register; find out more here.

Garage Sale Trail is Australia’s festival of pre-loved stuff, happening online and in the community. Host a garage sale either online or in your, um, garage this weekend, or shop at the more than 10,000 garage sales happening online and across the community.

Unearth your local potter with Maryanne Devey from Win’s Creek Pottery on 13 and 14 November 2021. Photo: Visit Yass Valley.

Unearth your local potter

When: 10 am to 4 pm, Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 November
Where: Win’s Creek Meadery, 18 East Street (Barton Highway), Murrumbateman
Cost: Free; no booking required.

Maryanne Devey from Win’s Creek Pottery and Alexander De Vos from Flaming Gargoyle Pottery will have a hands-on display for you at the Win’s Creek Meadery, Murrumbateman. There will also be a selection of works from both artists for sale.

Saturday

Tilba Markets shows off locally grown produce and more. Photo: Tilba Markets.

Tilba Markets

When: 8 am to 12 pm, Saturday 13 November
Where: 3A Bate Street, Central Tilba
Cost: Free entry.

When you visit the charming historic township of Central Tilba on a Saturday morning, you can’t go past the Tilba Market held in the Big Hall every week. There is a variety of stalls selling a range of products including fresh fruit and vegetables, free range eggs, local honey, jams and preserves, delicious baked treats, plus much more.

Expect fresh produce and handcrafted goods on Rose Street in Murrumbateman this Saturday. Photo: Murrumbateman Village Markets.

Murrumbateman Village Markets

When: 9 am to 1 pm, Saturday 13 November
Where: Rose Street, Murrumbateman
Cost: Free entry.

The Murrumbateman Village Market provides an avenue for local producers and businesses to connect with the people of Murrumbateman and surrounds and provides an engaging meeting place for locals and visitors to connect with friends and community groups.

Try your hand at creating collages. Photo: Eurobodalla Shire Council.

Collaging workshopping

When: 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm, Saturday 13 November
Where: Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre, corner of Vulcan and Campbell Streets, Moruya
Cost: $120; book tickets at Eventbrite.

Join local Eurobodalla artist Lee Honey on a paper-based collaging journey where you will discover a range of techniques, practices and approaches to collage making.

Participants will make studies, then work with a small accordion book that they can take home at the end of their collaging journey.

Spectators lined the streets of Cooma for the 2019 Australian National Busking Championships. Photo: Supplied.

Spectators lined the streets of Cooma for the 2019 Australian National Busking Championships. Photo: File.

Australian National Busking Championship

When: 9 am to 6 pm, Saturday 13 November
Where: 121 Sharp Street, Centennial Park and Sharp Street, Cooma
Cost: Free entry.

The Australian National Busking Championships (ANBC) are back. The streets of Cooma come alive with music as talented buskers rotate around the town performing for passers by. A variety of music is on offer with most genres covered and there are other street performing acts also on show. Top prizes are on offer for such categories as Primary and Secondary students, community music, best group, blues music, and most innovative, to name a few.

Sunday

Ho woof woof. Photo: Animal Welfare League NSW.

Santa Paws

When: 9 am to 1 pm, Sunday 14 November
Where: 18 Cobargo-Bermagui Road, Cobargo
Cost: $25 per set of photos.

Have a picture taken of your pet (or pets) with the jolly man himself at the Cobargo School of Arts Hall. Various sized photos, a Christmas card and emailed photos are all available at the cost of $25 per set. All proceeds go to the Far South Coast Branch of the Animal Welfare League NSW to assist in desexing and rehoming animals in the Bega Valley Shire. All types of pets are welcome.

Binalong Community Markets

Binalong Community Markets are on every second Sunday of the month. Photo: Visit Yass Valley.

Binalong Community Markets

When: 10 am to 2 pm, Sunday 14 November
Where: Café on Queen, 13 Queen Street, Binalong
Cost: Free entry.

If you haven’t been to Binalong for a while, why not stop by and check out the beautiful town and the unique and create markets held on every second Sunday of the month, located at the Café on Queen with plenty of stalls to keep you busy.

Kim Yang is performing at Tallagandra Hill Winery on 14 November from 12:15 pm. Photo: Corinna & Dylan Photography.

We Love Local music festival

When: From 12:15 pm, Sunday 14 November
Where: Tallagandra Hill Winery, 1692 Murrumbateman Road, Gundaroo
Cost: Free entry.

Tallagandra Hill Winery celebrates coming out of isolation with a series of special events in the Cellar door courtyard and the event venue. The program provides a range of entertainment options for the fun-starved community while supporting local artists and producers. Sunday will feature Kim Yang.

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