Our next market is going to be huge as it is to be held in conjunction with our Naturally New Age Festival on Sunday October 25 – commencing 9am and finishing at 3pm.
Normally our Farmers Markets are from 9am until 1pm but this time it will be extended due to the nature of the festival.
Last year we had over 65 stalls at our festival as well as 8 stalls at our inaugural Farmers Market.
Today we have 12 stallholders who come on a regular basis including Harcourt Apples, Coopers Pies, Red Neds Wines, Hercotts Naturally (goats milk soaps), Wattlebee Herbs, Wedderburn Community House sauces/preserves, Bushtrack Bee Honey, Les Smith Plants, Dunolly Garlic, Hard Hill Eucy, Chook Tucker (live poultry), The Chocolate Man and Borung Poultry. Continue reading
Have you checked out our new exciting page for the Farmers Market?
If not what are you waiting for? The page is now active and can click on the link to go to the Farmers Market page or finding it in the “Services” tab on the menu just under the images.
This page is your one stop for all information regarding the Market including; dates, stalls a market recap and the features of the next one.
Also while your there don’t forget to add it to add it to your favourites so that you can easily check back for all the monthly changes.
SNOWFLAKE and Buttercup won’t be there, but they’ll have a certain presence when the Wedderburn Farmers Market returns later this month.
Sharon and Paul Hercott, from Pyramid Hill, who are back at the market after their debut appearance in May, have been milking their two Saanen goats for the past three years.
“I make goats’ milk and olive oil soap, mainly unscented, along with six varieties of scented bars including sandalwood and patchouli, lemon verbena and spice,” Sharon said.
“We also keep our own beehives and sell honey and plan to take some of that to Wedderburn this month, too. Continue reading
What a fantastic night it turned out to be at the Masquerade Ball held at the Mechanics Institute on the 1st of May. The youngsters almost outnumbered the oldies!
Men were suited up, ball gowns flowed and lots of spectacular masks greeted us at the door complemented by great music provided by Cheryl Bailey, Glenda Hunter and friends.
Special thanks must go to Marg Van Veen for coming up with the idea, Dede Williams for her expert tuition and all the helpers who went down to the Hall and helped decorate, transforming it into something wonderful. Thank you also to the helpers who cleaned up afterwards.
Should you have missed this great event or simply want more our next dance classes will commence in August with a little bit country and a little bit rock n roll as well as ballroom, with the next dance being in September.
For more information call us on 54943489
Images from the night below
You don’t need to be a ballroom dancer to come along and have fun. Many of the dances are simple enough to pick up on the night. Will be having a couple of short lessons during the ball. Get your masks………..
Santa comes to the Wedderburn Community House
Tuesday 16th December was a day of celebration and thanks at the Wedderburn Community House, with the Emergency Services Day.
The Police, SES, CFA, CERT and Loddon Healthy Minds Committee had organised activities for the community to participate in and learn what they actually do in our communities.
About 100 students from Wedderburn College visited, breaking into smaller groups so they could visit each stall and all have a go at equipment, ask questions, even climb into the back of the divvy van. Continue reading
In conjunction with the Naturally New Age Festival Wedderburn will be holding its first ever Farmer’s Market at the Wedderburn Community Centre, 24 Wilson Street, Wedderburn.
This is the first Farmer’s Market within the Loddon Shire. A feasibility study was done earlier this year to ascertain whether or not a Farmer’s Market would be viable for Wedderburn. The study was very positive with stallholders expressing a real interest in coming to such a market in Wedderburn with community backup essential for such a market to succeed. Continue reading
October 26 will soon be here so make sure you keep that Sunday free for the Naturally New Age Festival at the Wedderburn Community Centre, 24 Wilson Street, Wedderburn, commencing at 10 am until 3pm. Continue reading
The Wedderburn Mental Health Group is starting up once again and will be auspiced by the Wedderburn Community House.
Mental Health is an very important issue in any community and assisting people understand more about this can improve the level of people’s health and wellbeing overall. The House is particularly pleased to be involved in this initiative and able to assist with the group’s formation. Continue reading