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What's On This Month

~01-02 Aug

Scandinavian Film Festival

The fourth Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival will showcase a host of Nordic films, presented by Palace Cinemas over three packed weeks.


~1-31 Aug

Eastland Ice Rink

Ringwood's Town Square will come alive this winter when Eastland launches its own custom built, all weather ice-skating rink.


4 Aug

Mind or Heart - Which Can I Trust?

In this Public Talk Dzogchen Rinpoche will help us to better understand heart and mind through ancient wisdom called Dzogchen and explain which to trust.


4-7 Aug

Victorian Fair Trade Festival

Going since 2009, Moral Fairground has been the driving force in creating awareness and raising the profile of fair trade throughout the community, as well as the conscious business sector Australia wide.


5-7 Aug

How to Truly Follow Your Heart

In this Seminar Dzogchen Rinpoche will further explain how we can recognise if we are truly following our heart and what the tremendous benefits are.


9-31* Aug

Midtown Winter Wellness Workshops

Workshops including Massages, Kinesiology, Terrarium Making, Beauty & Skincare and Beer Yoga!


11-13 Aug

Bendigo Writers Festival

A three day Festival in picturesque Bendigo to talk, debate, listen to and consider all things literature, writing and books.


17-20 Aug

The Melbourne Home Show

For anyone building and renovating their home, the Melbourne Home Show is an event not to miss, this year celebrating its 45th anniversary.


17-31 Aug*

Arab Film Festival

The Festival will launch with a selection of films that take the pulse of the Arab world in a time of incredible change. This year's program is a round-up of the best films coming out during this Arab Spring. Screenings at Cinema Nova.


18-20 Aug

National 4x4 Outdoors Show, Fishing & Boating Expo

The action-packed outdoors haven returns, bringing tens-of-thousands of fishing, boating, camping, outdoors and 4x4 products from over 200 leading exhibitors and retailers.


20 Aug

Chinese Fortunes Festival

Celebrating the opening weekend of the Chinese Fortunes Exhibition, wander through the Immigration Museum and delight yourself with live demonstrations of Chinese Arts and Crafts and delicious Chinese Street food. The Courtyard will be transformed into a Chinese street market with stalls selling authentic street fare, crafts, live music, calligraphy demonstrations, dumpling-making class, and Chinese chess.


25-27 Aug

Melbourne Orchid Spectacular

The annual Melbourne Orchid Spectacular has grown to be the largest annual show held in Australia with stands from local and interstate societies. To be held at Boxhall Pavilion, KCC Park, Skye, Victoria.


What's On Next Month

~1-3 Sep

Arab Film Festival

The Festival will launch with a selection of films that take the pulse of the Arab world in a time of incredible change. This year's program is a round-up of the best films coming out during this Arab Spring. Screenings at Cinema Nova.


~1-7 Sep

Midtown Winter Wellness Workshops

Workshops including Massages, Kinesiology, Terrarium Making, Beauty & Skincare and Beer Yoga!


1-30 Sep

Starlight Movie Month

The Starlight Children's Foundation will host Starlight Movie Month across Australia, as a fun, family-friendly way to help transform the lives of seriously ill children and their families.


28-30 Sep*

The Australian Burlesque Festival

The Australian Burlesque Festival is a unique community based experience uniting burlesque artists from all over the country and the globe in a tour of sizzling showcases and workshops. Now in its eighth year!


Future Events

~1-28 Oct

The Australian Burlesque Festival

The Australian Burlesque Festival is a unique community based experience uniting burlesque artists from all over the country and the globe in a tour of sizzling showcases and workshops. Now in its eighth year!


7 Oct

Victoria Chorale Performance

Haydn's Nelson Mass and Brahms Alto Rhapsody Victoria Chorale and Ballarat Choral Society and four internationally renowned soloists sing Haydn’s jubilant Nelson Mass. The marvellous Sally-Anne Russell sings Brahms moving Alto Rhapsody with a Male Chorus. Mario Dobernig conducts the two wonderful choirs and leads the vibrant Art of Sound Orchestra. 7.30 pm Sat 7 Oct, St Paul's Cathedral. Tickets: Trybooking.com/RDCA, 9885 2744, and at the door.


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