EYEING THE WEEKEND August 02 to 04, 2019
EPIC LIVE SHOW TO ROCK ANGLESEA
The Sound Doctor presents Cash Savage and the last Drinks in Anglesea this Friday. Having performed to large crowds at festivals including Golden Plains, Boogie and Sydney Festival, Cash Savage and the Last Drinks are making waves across the Australian music scene. The Melbourne-based band will be joined by Ocean Grove songwriter Hollie Joyce. The epic live performance will kick off from 8pm at Anglesea Memorial Hall (1B McMillan Street, Anglesea). Under 18s must be accompanied by a legal guardian. Tickets are $35 per person and available via trybooking.com.
IN THE GARDEN WITH JULIE WEATHERHEAD
Join Peppermint Ridge Farm’s Julie Weatherhead at the Anglesea Community Garden this Saturday for an edible native foods workshop. Author of “Australian Native Food Harvest: a Guide for the Passionate Cook and Gardener”, Julie has over 20 years’ experience growing and cooking Australia’s diverse edible plants. Her research focuses primarily on the nutritional, environmental and culinary properties of these foods. The workshop will run from 11am-2pm at Anglesea Community Garden (5 McMillan Street, Anglesea) this Saturday. This event is free.
HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS
Catch Stacey McCall’s first solo exhibition at Boom Gallery this Sunday. Stacey’s exhibition, Back Home, is a continuation of her relationship with home. Her still-life works – which are created using watercolour, gouache and pencil – pay homage to her childhood, with the artist painting 1970s inspired crockery and furnishings. In Stacey’s artist statement, she noted the You Yangs, Otway Ranges and the Surf Coast as her favourite places to find inspiration.
Back Home will be on display at Boom (11 Rutland Street, Newtown) until August 11. The gallery is open from 9am-3pm this Sunday.