What’s On in March/April/May 2024

by Brighton Council


29: Make Good Friday a Great Friday today with some toasty hot cross buns.

31: Easter Sunday. Also known as Pascha, Resurrection Sunday, or Mega Sugar Day. Happy Easter!

Happy Easter!


3: Held the first Wednesday of every month, Dining With Friends is a free community meal hosted by Vinnies at the Brighton Civic Centre. Enjoy good food and conversation.

6:  Crave Harvest Festival is held this weekend in Kingston, showcasing local produce. Find out more at craveharvestfestival. com.au

7: Head along to the Lions Club of Brighton Market at Pontville Hall from 10am-2pm today and pick up some delicious food options, craft and more.

Lions Club of Brighton Market. Pic: FB

10: Feeling lucky? Get down to The Nest for Bingo with the Brighton Robins Football Club. There’s monetary prizes on the line. Sales from 6pm. Eyes down from 7pm.

11: For the littlies, kipli & kani at Bond Place in Gagebrook runs every Thursday. Visit www.facebook.com/bondplacegagebrook for more info.

13: BYAG host the Pump Track opening event, on from 12-3pm at the Bridgewater Foreshore Playground. Free to attend, with music, rides, street art and BMX coaching and displays.

20: Punjabi So­ciety Tasma­nia are presenting Vaisakhi Mela, a fam­ily-friendly harvest festival celebration of culture, communi­ty, and joy. Contact 0493 973 021 for more info.

20: Under One Rainbow’s Drag Quiz Night is on from 6.30-11pm at Veteran’s Memo­rial Centre, featuring Anna’Mal TuckerBox, as they raise funds to continue their com­munity work.

25: As the sun rises, remem­ber the legacy of those who fought for this country. Check in with the RSL for further information

29: Explore some of the tech­nologies you can use to enhance your outdoor experience at a Digital Wilderness session. Class held at Bridgewater Library from 10am-12pm. Book via Eventbrite

Shell painting for the littlies at Bond Place. Pic: FB


1: Dining With Friends is at Brighton Civic Centre on the first Wednesday of the month, starting from 5.30pm. Enjoy a meal with new and old friends.

6: Learn how to spot a romance scam and how to keep yourself safe while looking for love. Bridgewater Library from 10am- 12pm.

10: The Old Nick Company presents Uni Revue 2024: The Rockliff Horror Show at The­atre Royal, running until 25 May.

14: Build your plain language skills with the free 26TEN Plain English workshop at Bridge­water Library from 10am-1.30pm.

15: Eat. Sleep. Bingo. Repeat. Return to the Brigh­ton Robins Football Club to satisfy those Bingo needs tonight. Sales from 6pm. Eyes down from 7pm

15: CWA Brigh­ton Branch meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, 10am at the CWA rooms, Midland Highway, Pontville.

31:  Try your hand at pottery at Leap and Wander Creative Workshops in Magra. Visit www.leapandwanderstud­io.com for more info.

Preparing the meal for Dining with Friends. Pic: Jen Butler MP Facebook

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