A free community event at the Silverdome , Launceston, inside on the Arena floor. Food and drink available for purchase and all proceeds in support of Rotary Youth Projects.
Up to 65 vehicles on display of all makes and models, including an Emergency Services vehicles display. Car stalls and some new cars on display too.
10am to 2pm this Saturday, 27 November 2021.

The Hobart Orpheus Choir performs a Sunday afternoon concert of works by Henry Purcell.
Commencing the program are two verse anthems; Rejoice in the Lord Alway and O sing unto the Lord a new song.
The opera of Dido and Aeneas will be accompanied by strings and piano. Conductor – Susan Reppion-Brooke
Soloists; Dido – Joanna Brooke, Belinda – Madeleine Dyer, Sorceress – Marilyn Smith and Aeneas – Simon Milton

A quirky, joyous music festival with a wide variety of musical performances taking place on verandahs within the historic precinct of Evandale. Folk, traditional, roots, guitar – vocals, Jazz, Blues, A cappella, barbershop/community choirs, harps, cellos, string quartets and much more.

Nipaluna – Hobart 2021
Tasmanian Friends of Palestine invite you to attend a Run for Palestine (RfP) a Human Rights Movement, to raise awareness and help Olive Kids Organisation work to improve the lives of children in Gaza.
At the end of the run, finger food will be available for purchase at a minimal cost.
For more information on the schedule and registration times please visit our Facebook page and to register visit via our Eventbrite link.
If you have an enquiry please email the contact provided on this listing.
Don’t forget to bring a water bottle and sunscreen.
Tasmanian Friends of Palestine acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which this event will take place – the Muwinina people – and pay respects to Palawa elders past, present and future.

Experience artisan cheese platters, BYO bubbles and entertainment like never before.
Frida’s Sip n Paint is Launceston’s first high-end Sip n’ Paint studio. Born after the success of Hobart’s wildly popular studio.
The luxe studio is adorned with chandeliers, glassware, lavish timber benches and hosts to ensure your every need is catered to – the perfect setting to release your inner artist.
Our studio is completely BYO so you are welcome to pop a bottle of your favourite champagne or pour yourself a crisp gin and soda. The 2.5-hour sessions are led by professionally trained artists. They guide you – step by step – to create your very own masterpiece that is yours to keep. You don’t need to be Picasso or Frida Kahlo – this experience is for anyone who is looking to have fun.
A sophisticated night out – completely reimagined.
Tickets are $66 per session.

Cricket lovers, don’t miss this special cricket match that brings together the rivaling towns of Ross and Campbell Town for the first time in over a decade for a Bicentenary game. Venue: Ross Community Sports Club, Park St, from 10am.

The designed: made makers market is an annual design market running over three days in Hobart’s historic Town Hall and featuring some of Tasmania’s best emerging and established designers. This design market is rapidly gaining a reputation as one of Tasmania’s best market-style events for high quality craft and design.
Organised by designed:made inc. the design market includes a wide range of work including furniture, jewellery, ceramics, glass, textiles, prints and more, with nearly 40 designers and makers present. The stallholders are selected to ensure a mix of both established and emerging designers and makers, so there is always new and interesting work on display.

Celebrate the Regency era in style with an evening at Narryna, dance workshops and Grand Regency Ball at St James Church Hall, a House and Garden Party at Glen Derwent Estate, New Norfolk and sail on the majestic tall ship the Lady Nelson.
Four days of fun, food, fine music, dancing and general frivolity.
Friday: Regency costume showings, exhibition and tours of Narryna house (1830s merchant house), including convict women’s stories, refreshments in the garden, maypole dancing, meet and greet other festival-goers.
Saturday: Grand Regency Ball: Divine period music including many Tasmanian pieces, by Van Diemen’s Angels (harp, piano, fiddle and flute). Dancing Master David Wanless will lead you through an evening of fun and lively dances. No partner or dancing experience is required, though attending the morning workshop would make it even more fun. Dress in something period or formal if you can.
Sunday: A day of Regency activities, fine food and tea at the historic Glen Derwent Heritage Retreat in the lovely Derwent Valley. Period food and drinks, Regency dancing, live music, croquet, historic tours, maypole dancing, period games, a magician, roses, peacocks, gorgeous grounds. Period attire admired but not required.
Monday: Bonus event – an afternoon sail on the tall ship Lady Nelson.
Tickets are available for individual sessions or for the full weekend.

International Mural Fest Sheffield Tasmanian aims to : create an annual event which re-kindles commitment and interest to the town of murals concept.
Provide an event which brings thousands of visitors to Kentish to provide short term business opportunities and long term economic benefits.
Provide emerging and established artists with an opportunity to demonstrate their talents in a public forum, assisting in their artistic growth and development and to promote mural art as a valued art form.
Encourage youth to take a greater interest in the arts as a way of self-expression and personal development.
Develop International Mural Fest into an annual and prestigious event on the international arts calendar.

A celebration of all things local and indigenous to Tasmania! Sprout Tasmania celebrates the sensational local farmers each year with a dining event that will capture your senses and bring you together with the farming community that supports Tasmania so well.
Adam James of Rough Rice is heading up the kitchen, with a menu championing seasonal produce from the many Sprout Producers from across the state. Hear from keynote speaker Hannah Maloney, and learn about the indigenous social enterprise Nayri Niara about how they work collaboratively with the Long House in Hobart.
Hear from local Tassie farmers, celebrate their achievements as we present the producer Award for the year and congratulate those farmers who have been lucky enough to win a Sprout scholarship for 2022.
Book one ticket or a table of 10 and enjoy a night with some friends, support Sprout and the local food system here in Tassie!