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What’s on in Clyde – June 2019

June 1, 2019 in What's on in Clyde

Welcome to June!

Kick off the winter season and school holidays with these fun community events to keep you and the family entertained all month long. There is so much fun to be had, you just might even forget about the chill in the air.

The Winter Arts Festival is back again!

1st June through August

The Winter Arts Festival marks its seventeenth year in Casey and they are celebrating with a fresh new look!

This years bumper program running throughout June, July and August, consists of amazing culturally diverse local arts and community events to keep you and the family creatively inspired during the cold winter months and school holidays.

So grab the kids and your winter woollies and head out to your nearest theatre, gallery or dance studio to enjoy the best of local arts and entertainment. You’ll be surprised at the great talent you will find!

Browse the program online at:

www.casey.vic.gov.au/winterartsfestival

Food For Thought Mini Fair Featuring Matthew Evans 

Saturday 1st June
10:00am – 1:00pm

Cost: FREE, bookings essential at Frankston Arts Centre

https://artscentre.frankston.vic.gov.au/Whats_On_-_Buy_Tickets/Matthew_Evans_-_Food_for_Thought

Matthew Evans, presenter and popular Gourmet Farmer on SBS, will launch the inspiring Food For Thought Mini Fair, presented by Frankston City Council,

He will share ways to reduce food waste, create great meals that are good for the environment and you, provide info on pickling and preserving, smart ways with leftovers and give a cooking demonstration.

Once a chef and food critic, Matthew is passionate about sustainable food and lives and works on Fat Pig Farm in Tasmania where he writes books on food and hosts ‘paddock to table’ restaurant meals – when not farming, pickling, preserving, weeding, filming or fishing!

Street Art Walking Tours 

June 9th

9:30am – 11:00am

Cost: $10 per person including coffee, tea or hot chocolate

Bookings required: https://www.visitfrankston.com/www.visitfrankston.com/street-art-walking-tours

Take a tour through Frankston’s laneways and streets to find out how artists are shaping Frankston’s urban identity by creating unique pieces of public art for everyone to enjoy.

Tours last 1.5 hours.

Start Location: Frankston Library forecourt, 60 Playne Street, Frankston.
End Location: Frankston Library forecourt, 60 Playne Street, Frankston.
Relaxed tour, general walking pace.
Parking: Frankston Arts Centre or surrounding streets. Be mindful of time restrictions and parking ticket fees.

What to bring: Comfortable walking shoes, camera and dress for the weather.

For bookings or more enquiries, please contact the Frankston Visitor Information Centre 1300 322 842 or at visitfrankston.com.

The Farmers Market at The Old Cheese Factory

Every Second and Fourth Saturday Of The Month

8:00am-12:30pm

Are you a fresh food foodie? Do you love spending the weekend strolling through the markets picking out fresh produce and other goodies?

The Farmers Market at The Old Cheese Factory is held every second and fourth Saturday of the month from 8.00 am-12.30 pm.

They offer the freshest produce and handmade goods straight from the farm to you, including fresh fruit and veggies, ethically raised meats, honey, baked goods, artisan breads, vegetable seedlings, jams and preserves, dairy, wine, nuts and much much more.

You will be in foodie heaven!

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