A party planned for Rochester on Saturday has plenty of fun for all.February 1, 2013 4:20am
Rochester’s Summer Party will occupy Gillies St from the shire hall to the water tower on Saturday from 5pm until late.
The party will include emergency services displays; the Criterion Hotel will have a street bar in front of the hotel; food stalls and a barbecue; two bands; and children’s entertainment.
The band Acoustic Republic will play from 5pm to 8pm and Local Content will play from 8pm to 11pm.
A photo booth will be set up outside the Criterion Hotel from 5pm to 9pm and BMX and skateboard experts will teach tricks at the skatepark.
Semi-professional skateboarder Jack Kirk has been secured to display his skills and BMX champion Adam Hugh, who has over 20 years’ experience in the field, will also demonstrate bike tricks.
Mooroopna Park Primary School principal Hayden Beaton has wasted no time improved his former school's student numbers.
The Yarrawonga Chronicle and Travel and Cruise Yarrawonga are offering shoppers a chance to win an incredible cruise package this summer.
Last week Victorian Collections passed a major milestone, with the 50000th historical object record from the state’s heritage collections uploaded to the site.
Echuca branch of the Ulysses Club is carrying out its annual toy run on November 29.
Rochester Secondary College student Georgia Mundie will perform at an Equitana exhibition in Melbourne.
Fourteen parties and 37 candidates will contest the Northern Victoria Region for the Victorian upper house at the November 29 election, with the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) claiming the top billing on the ballot paper.
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Andrew Richardson and Matt Jackson have been appointed co-coaches of Finley's senior football side.
Two new Neighbourhood Safer Places for the Pyalong and Tooborac communities have been announced.
Runners from the Sri Chinmoy Peace Oneness-Home Peace Run visit local students to share message of goodwill.
Deniliquin’s Luke Harrington is hoping to start a horse riding club for people with a disability.
South African course builder Brian Lavery, now based in Melbourne, set a testing track for the Hunter Group World Cup Showjumping Qualifier on Saturday that brought some of the sport’s big names undone.
Scott Upston had a decorated career as a paralympic coach before moving to Benalla this year.
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