Peninsula Visitors Guide, Summer 2014, Page 018 (transcription)

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Summer 2013-2014 18 of Eventscalendar Markets on the Peninsula See page 112-113 MRC Race Days includingMornington cup See page 8 Polo Crosse on the Peninsula See page 22 Briars Activities See page 16 38 Parks Activities See page 16 Antiques GalleriesSee pages 50-53 DeCeMBeR December 12 Kids Day Out at Morningtonraces.
Free rides and kid s activities 28 December 5 January 6th Peninsula Summer Music Festival 31 December Oklahoma presented byPlOS at the Frankston arts centre See page 14 JAnuARyRye Rosebud Foreshore Carnivals.
See page 21 2-19 JanuarySilvers Circus Rosebud See page 25 5 JanuaryFlinders Market 5 JanuaryClassic Cars crib Point 10 - 18 JanuarySorrento Rotary Art Show Sorrento community centre.
See page 52 11 January Rye Athletic Carnival, Family Fun day, rye Football Ground see page 25 17 JanuaryA Mid-Summer nights Dream, la Petanque red Hill See page 89 11 JanuaryPortsea Polo, Quarantine Station, Point nepean.
www.portseapolo.com.au 12 JanuaryPeninsula Music Festival, Morning Star estate, www.peninsulamusicfestival. />com.au 18-27 JanuaryMornington RotaryArt Show Peninsula community Theatre, Wilsons roadSee page 51 18-19 JanuaryFrankston Waterfront Festival The Frankston Waterfront Festival has somethingfor everyone, with a widerange of activities cross theweekend with a spectacularfireworks display, see page 19 enquiries 1300 322 842 18 JanuaryConcert in the Vines, Bayview estate, see page 84-85 26 JanuaryAustralia DayVarious activities across Frankston and the Peninsula.
www.frankston.vic.gov.au, www.mornpen.vic.gov.auSee page 27 FeBRuARy 1 February - 31 MarchVentana latina Festival in Frankston enquiries 1300 322 842 1 FebruaryBlues Festival at the Briars See page 24 8-9 FebruaryRosebud Kite Festival See page 25 12 FebruaryMornington Cupsee page 8 22 FebruaryBetween the BaysMusic Festival See page 28-29 21, 22 23 FebruaryWesternport Festival, Hastings Foreshore5979 3783 MARCH 9 March Peninsula Piers and Pinots at Flinders See page 90 14 March Red Hill Long Lunch at elgee Park -see page 90 www.mpva.com.au 16 March Cruden Farm Open Dayfor Baker idi Heart diabetes institute see page 22 22 March Red Hill Show see page 20 23 March Ironman Frankston Foreshore enq.
1300 322 842 March Heronswood Harvest Festival www.diggers.com.au APRIL 5-6 AprilRed Hill Show Jumping at Boneo Park see page 20 MAy 28 May - InternationalCool Climate Wine Show June 7-9 June Queen s Birthday WeekendWinter Wine weekend see page 90 7-9 June 47th Annual Flinders Art Show Queen s Birthday Weekend Flinders community Hall enq 5989 0030 OCTOBeR Pinot Week See page 90 19 October 19th Main Street Mornington Festival, Food, Wine and the Performing Arts.
Presented by northern Peninsula Tourism and proudly supported byVisitor Publications.
Heronswood Garden, dininG and nurSery Historic Heronswood ...the home of The Digger s Club, stands in 2 hectares of magnificent waterwise gardens.
The garden is open everyday is a delight to visitorsall year round.
For those who love flowers come and be dazzled bythe exciting mix of hot colours and foliage that are thefeature of their sub tropical and herbaceous borders.
Strollthrough the new food border where they will show youhow to grow fruit, flowers and vegetables together.
The dry climate garden shows how to have a beautifulgarden with no watering at all and the brilliant annualborder combines both flowers and vegetables to create thelook of the 21st century, providing organic produce for the table, and flowers for the soul.
The nursery shop stocks over 400 hard to find plants most of which are drought tolerant.
Heirloom vegetableseeds are also available, being the best selections for homegardeners that have been handed down for generations.
Visit the cafe to enjoy food picked from their garden and then call into the nursery to take home plants andseeds to grow.
Heronswood runs workshops through out the year - details on www.diggers.com.au and have special annual events including the Spring Festival over Cup Weekend and the Harvest Festival each year in March.
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