|School Holiday Workshops at Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery|
|Date||Tue 9th Jul 2019 to Wed 10th Jul 2019|
|Go wild with colourful paper, chenille sticks, beads, twines and more as you craft your own crazy garden full of inspired imagination. School Holiday Workshops at Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery are run by Jill Andreson, MPRG artist and educator.
See Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery for more information. Bookings are essential.
|Facing Death Creatively|
|Date||Thu 18th Jul 2019|
|Facing Death Creatively is a collective workshop that uses craft materials and socially engaged processes to promote healthy and meaningful discussions about our mortality. The workshop takes about 30 to 40 minutes and involves making a miniature vessel out of a soft, biodegradable, sculpting medium. The material is non-toxic and very easy to manipulate so all ages and levels of dexterity can participate. The vessel becomes a portrait of the maker and a catalyst for discussing the participantâs final resting place.
The workshop was designed and facilitated by Catherine Bell during an artist residency at Centre For The Study Of Substructured Loss: Applied Grief and Bereavement Research in London. Communal creativity and personal/group reflection are encouraged.
Dr Catherine Bell is a multi-disciplinary artist and Associate Professor teaching visual art in the Faculty of Education and Arts, Australian Catholic University. Recent art in health projects involve implementing collaborative activities in community contexts that explore cultural responses to death and the dying.
|Christmas in July|
|Date||Sat 20th Jul 2019|
|Come and join Westernport Cruises on 20 July for a wonderful four hour cruise.
The Christmas in July cruise includes Champagne on arrival, beer, wine and soft drink, gourmet finger food and live entertainment .
Cruise leaves from Hastings Marina and explores the wonderful sites of Westernport Bay. Leaving at 7:00pm and returning at 11:00pm.
|Top Dog Film Festival - Rosebud|
|Date||Sun 11th Aug 2019|
|Celebrate the canine connection through this carefully curated collection of heartwarming stories about dogs and their people at the 2019 Top Dog Film Festival screening in Rosebud.
Meet dogs from all walks of life on the big screen at the 2019 Top Dog Film Festival. From husky dogs of Alaska to working dogs of Australia, the pull on your heartstring is guaranteed. Meet four legged heroes, unbreakable bonds and canine companions that enrich the lives of all they encounter.
The 2019 Top Dog Film Festival presents a two hour cinematic celebration honouring the bond between dogs and their people. Filled with delightfully doggy moments of joy and celebration of our beloved canine companions.
This carefully curated program of canine-themed films is comprised of the most inspirational, heart-warming and entertaining stories about dogs and their human companions, from independent filmmakers around the globe.
Get tickets before they sell out â you would be barking mad to miss it.
The Top Dog Film Festival is exempt from classification but would obtain a General rating and is suitable for all ages.
|Frankston and South Eastern Wine Show|
|Date||Sun 25th Aug 2019|
|Head down to the open amateur wine making competition organised by Frankston amateur Winemakers Guild, showcasing home-made wines from fruit, vegetables, flowers, herbs and red white grape wines. Competition categories to be judged include still, sparkling, fortified wines and liqueurs.
|Arthurs Seat Challenge|
|Date||Sun 10th Nov 2019|
|The Arthurs Seat Challenge (ASC) is an annual 6.7 kilometre fun run and walk, following a course from Rosebud to the top of Arthurs Seat, finishing at Seawinds Gardens.
|Two Bays Trail Run|
|Date||Sun 12th Jan 2020|
|Great holiday vibe and excellent course between Dromana on the Port Phillip Bay side and Cape Schanck on the Bass Strait side.
|Western Port Craft Expo|
|Date||Sat 18th Apr 2020|
|This community event is a gathering of local and visiting craftspeople and consists of talks, demonstrations and workshops of unusual and heritage crafts. Local craftspeople can display, demonstrate and sell their craft and local groups such as Community Houses, CWA, Embroidery and Quilting groups to show their work and perhaps gain new members. It gives visitors the opportunity to try out some crafts under guidance, to buy some beautiful handmade craftwork and to socialise with local and visiting artisans.
It is a family friendly expo for people interested in Craftwork. It provides professional craft artisans from out of area to teach and invites visitors to consider trying new skills.
Children are catered for with a program of craft. Refreshments are for purchase and there is a mobile coffee trailer, too.