Ciao Ciao and Liminal Spaces
Jul 11 @ 11:00 am – Sep 14 @ 5:00 pm

The next two solo exhibitions at Falkner Gallery in Castlemaine by Liz Caffin and Nick Dridan will be on display from July 11 to September 14 and there will be an opportunity to meet the artists on Saturday July 13 from 2pm-4pm.
Both the Ciao Ciao and Liminal Spaces exhibitions will be on display in the downstairs gallery spaces at Falkner Galley, located at 35 Templeton Street, Castlemaine, from July 11 – September 14, open on Wednesday 1pm-5pm and Thursday – Saturday 11am-5pm. Please note the gallery will be closed for a winter break from August 11-27.

Come to the Music
Aug 24 @ 10:00 am – 9:00 pm

The Central Victorian Women’s Choir (performing as Women of Note), founded by Castlemaine resident Chris Sass, will host Come to the Music on Saturday August 24 at St Paul’s Cathedral and Ulumbarra Theatre in Bendigo. The musical spectacular is part if the choir’s 20th anniversary celebrations as will see local choirs join choirs from across Victoria for a day of workshops and performances from 10am-9pm. The day will conclude with a gala concert on Saturday evening. For details visit or find the event on Facebook.

Hatch and Match
Sep 30 all-day

Hatch and Match is an exhibition of vintage clothing celebrating two of the great occasions of life – birth and marriage and the fashions which accompany them.
‘Hatches Matches and Dispatches’ comes from the popular name of the front page of the London Times, which for a time since April 1854 devoted its famous columns to the announcement of births, marriages and deaths. These were pored over by generations of young people checking the births and marriages and by older people looking to see which of their friends was left and which of their enemies had passed away.
The Hatch and Match exhibition is being held in the Upstairs Gallery @ Run Rabbit Run café at 24 Hargraves Street in Castlemaine until September 30. It features a special selection of baby and bridal costumes spanning the years from the beginning to the end of the 20th century.
The exhibition is open daily except Wednesday when by earlier arrangement High Tea will be served among the exhibits. A menu of delicious treats served with full silver service will be available, and includes a welcoming glass of bubbles on arrival.
Bookings can be made on 5470 5712.

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