June long weekend festivals and events may have come and gone, but there are still things to keep you entertained around Albury Wodonga and surrounds this weekend.
Food & Wine – Seasonal Food Foray, Rutherglen
A progressive picnic lunch with a difference, the Seasonal Food Foray is the ideal way to explore Rutherglen and discover some of the region’s iconic wines and delicious food options.
Visit Cofield Wines, Pfeiffer Wines, Stanton & Killeen Wines and Andrew Buller Wines, enjoying an entree sized meal with a matching glass of wine at each winery.
Tickers are $85 and includes all four food and wine combinations and detailed tasting notes. 24 hours notice is required. Please advise of any dietary requirements when booking.
History – Heritage Dinners, Jindera
Enjoy a classic four course dinner served in the vestibule of the Jindera Pioneer Museum residence.
There’ll be live music and fine service, in the perfect setting of a bygone era. Dinners Friday and Saturday from 6:30pm.
Gaming – eSports Albury Wodonga, Retro Albury
Retro Café Albury has joined forces with eSports Albury Wodonga to host their monthly competitions and game days/nights, with the next game on Saturday form 12:00pm – 3:00pm.
Each month there’s a different game selected by players in the lead-up to the event – from Smash, Halo, FIFA and more. Suitable for ages 12 to 25.
Music – Sunday Session, Bright
Kick back on a Sunday afternoon with singer/songwriters, Jaron & Chris Natoli at Bright Brewery.
Jaron Natoli is an award-winning Singer/Songwriter from Melbourne and released his first album at the age of ten. In 2012 Jaron finished top fifteen in the prestigious International Songwriting Competition’s ‘Teen Category’ and received an honourable mention.
Enjoy live music, mountain crafted beer, and a relaxed Sunday vibe on the Hop Terrace overlooking the Ovens River.
Arts & Culture – The Art of Sleep, MAMA Albury
Too busy to sleep? A new major winter exhibition at MAMA delves into the politics of sleep and what our brain really gets up to when we’re in the land of nod.
The exhibition features artworks by a man who can only make art while he’s asleep, a dress made from 2000 sleeping tablet prescriptions, a bed lit up by the electromagnetic fields generated by a dreaming brain, and a ground breaking video work by Andy Warhol.
The exhibition is laid out like darkened bedrooms, with little nap zones for visitors to enjoy.
What’s On – Extra (from our Border Cafe partners)
Live & Free, The Studio @ SSA
Fri Jun 14 – SMAC
Sat Jun 15 – Roxane – The Police Tribute
Fri Jun 21 – Adele & Amy Songbook
Sat Jun 22 – The Bennies
Fri Jun 28 – Pop Punk Tribute Show
Sat Jun 29 – EMO Tribute Show