Painters of the Flinders Ranges

3rd June - 31st July Mon - Fri 10:30 am -2:30 pm Sat 10:00 am -1:00 pm 22 Jul, 23 Jul, 24 Jul, 25 Jul, 26 Jul...
Rain Moth Gallery, 4 Peake Tce, Waikerie, 5330 Group bookings outside normal hours by appointment.
Donation appreciated
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Contact: Sandy Neindorf
0417 221 704

The Painters of the Flinders Ranges is an eclectic group of professional artist with a wide range of styles: realist to abstract, landscape to portraiture and mediums including pastel, watercolour, ink acrylic and oil. Be it through painting or drawing they all share a fascination and the respect the awe of this inspiring landscape, renowned world wide for its rugged mountain scenery, deep gorges and tranquil valleys. The groups has received critical acclaim and wide-spread appreciation through out Australia and overseas. Their annual exhibition is held in the Wilpena Woodshed adjacent to the spectacular Wilpena Pound in Sept and Oct each year so it is with great pleasure that the Rain Moth Gallery is able to bring this talented group of artist to the Riverland for you to enjoy this unique opportunity.

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Women of the River Country Exhibition

4 July 2019 to 31 July 2019 Tuesdays to Sundays 11am-3pm 22 Jul, 23 Jul, 24 Jul, 25 Jul, 26 Jul...
Loxton Historical Village, Allen Hosking Drive, Loxton , 5333
Contact: Loxton Library and Visitor Information Centre
(08) 8584 8051

Follow the journey of remarkable women from across the Murray Darling Basin and discover how they have shaped history along our mighty rivers. The Women of the River Country exhibition developed by the volunteers and staff of the Mannum Dock Museum in South Australia has been produced as a national touring exhibition across three states and 16 venues. Showcased in Loxton's Historical Village, The Women of the River Country Exhibition will take you on a river journey of intrigue, discovery, amazement and admiration and you too will make some everlasting river friends!

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Poker Nation

30 Apr 2019-28 Apr 2020 7:30pm 23 Jul, 30 Jul, 6 Aug, 13 Aug
Barmera Hotel, 31-33 Barwell Ave, Barmera, 5345 This is a recurring event every Tuesday
Contact: Jodie Reynolds

$15 for $20,000 in playing chips Early Registration 6:30pm - 7pm Start time 7:30pm Late Registration until 9pm Extra Chips for Early registration, meal purchease & likes on Riverland Players - Poker Nation Facebook page New games rotated weekly and different buy -ins. SOMEONE from this venue will win: Australian Poker Tour Package (APT) to Brisbane in September.... Prize Includes: Return Airfares from Adelaide, 4 Nights Accommodation & Buy-In to the APT Main Event

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Thursday July 25, 2019 7.30pm 25 Jul
Chaffey Theatre, Seventeenth Street, Renmark, 5341
Contact: Chaffey Theatre
(08) 8586 1800

The Sapphires is one of the Australia’s best-loved stories. Winning multiple awards as a play, film and soundtrack album there was one challenge left and that was to undertake a national tour of Australia and bring this story directly to local stages. Four young Aboriginal country music singers in regional Australia suddenly get the chance to change their tune and their lives. The Sapphires is a funny, heart-warming tale inspired by the true story of Tony Briggs’ mother – the incredible journey of four Yorta Yorta Women, who sing classic soul hits against the backdrop of massive social upheaval. “A gem of a play. Briggs mixes fact and fiction to lay bare and flesh out his celebratory tale which, though political in patches, is focused on the personal. The Sapphires is heartfelt and joyous. Superb.” Bryce Hallett, Sydney Morning Herald Written and Directed by Tony Briggs. Cast Gail: Ngaire Pigram Kay: Matilda Brown Cynthia: Mindy Kwanten Julie: Lorinda May Merrypor Dave: Mike Smith Warning contains adult themes, simulated warfare and coarse language.

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Guitars In Bars

25/7/19 7pm 25 Jul
Berri Hotel, Riverview Drive, BERRI, 5343
Contact: Berri Hotel
(08) 8582 1411

The Berri Hotel are proud to Partner with Adelaide Guitar Festival to present Guitars in Bars, hosted in the Berri Hotel Bistro from 7pm on Thursday the 25th of July. Join us for dinner and enjoy 3 quality artists perform. MAX SAVAGE Max Savage combines rock and roll swagger with sardonic suburban sophistication blithely occupying the space between pub rock, jazz and country with an almost casual indifference. Highly regarded both in Australia and abroad, Savage has performed alongside the likes of Keith Urban, Marlon Williams, Guy Sebastian, The Boom Crash Opera and Russell Morris TOM KNEEBONE Tom Kneebone is a guitarist from Adelaide, South Australia. He is the founding member of the Bearded Gypsy Band and has worked as a session musician with many local Adelaide acts, performing both interstate and overseas. He is an accomplished musician in a range of different styles and genres and has worked alongside some of Australia’s finest musicians. Tom’s guitar playing mixes elements of Jazz with a deep love of traditional folk music from around the world. He takes inspiration from Jazz guitarists such as Julian Lage and Django Reinhardt, fingerstyle players like Tommy Emmanuel, as well as bluegrass pickers like Tony Rice. KELLY MENHENNETT Kelly Menhennett, daughter to a 3rd generation grape growing father and cabaret singing mother, was born and bred amongst vineyards in the South Australian countryside. After years working as a red winemaker, the healthy dose of largely soul, country and rock & roll music that infused her blood as a child eventually led her to the stage. Since then she's gone on the win the national Telstra Road To Discovery award for her songwriting, independently released 2 full length albums and performed at iconic national and international festivals both solo and with her band. Most recently Kelly was the recipient of the inaugural “Ryan Freeman Live Music Award” at the 2015 SA Music awards and won the ARBA best roots album for 2014/15 with her latest release, Small Dreams.

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Fire & Fortified

27/7/2019 10.00am-5.00pm 27 Jul
919 WINES, 39 Hodges Road, Glossop, 5344
Contact: Jenny Semmler
0408 855 272

Curl up with something luscious! Feast on the fresh flavours of Asia by Mishes Kitchen. Laid back grooves by the talented Bowerbirds, and of course, award-winning wine by 919 Wines.

Entry is FREE but we do ask that you book your table on the link below.

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Riverland Orchid Society Winter Show

27th and 28th July 9.30 am - 4 pm 27 Jul, 28 Jul
Barmera Recreation Centre, James Tce, Barmera, 5345
$2 Entry
Contact: Secretary
08 85887384

Come along to see the beautiful orchids, potting demonstrations, cultural advice, plant sales, and raffle. Fully catered with great food and disabled access. All welcome. Entry $2

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27 Jul 2019 8PM 27 Jul
Chaffey Theatre, Seventeenth Street, Renmark, 5341
Contact: Chaffey Theatre
(08) 8586 1800

In 1969, off the back of the huge success of 1968’s At Folsom Prison album, Johnny Cash recorded the second of his legendary prison albums at California’s notorious maximum security prison, San Quentin. With the Folsom album kick starting a golden era of Cash’s career, At San Quentin continued his meteoric rise to his place as a legendary figure and icon of 20th century popular music. During the February 24 recording session, in typical Johnny Cash fashion, he got the already enthusiastic inmates on side with his song San Quentin which opens with the lyrics “San Quentin, you’ve been living hell to me” and he immediately replayed the song at the request of his cheering audience with both versions included on the original release of the At San Quentin album. Most notably the album included the worldwide smash hit single, A Boy Named Sue, which undeniably made Cash a global superstar and household name. Sue became Cash’s highest ever charting single on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and was only held out of the number one spot by the Rolling Stones ‘Honky Tonk Women’. 50 Years on, Daniel Thompson’s Johnny Cash Live hits the road celebrating this legendary album and the career of the Man in Black. A brand new show featuring more than 35 hits, Back to San Quentin – 50 Years On includes the great moments of the San Quentin album plus hits and favourites spanning Cash’s entire 50 year recording career. After 6 National tours and having performed more than 175 shows, Johnny Cash Live has become lauded as one of Australia’s premier tribute acts. With powerhouse backing band, The Tennessee Express and led by Australia’s own Man in Black, Daniel Thompson, Johnny Cash Live presents an unforgettable night paying tribute to one of music’s most iconic and influential figures.

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Loxton's Historic House & Garden "The Pines"

Every Sunday 2.00PM 28 Jul, 4 Aug, 11 Aug, 18 Aug
"The Pines" Loxton's Historic House & Garden, 18 Henry St, Loxton, 5333 Tours also by appointment
Gardens open 7 days a week FREE of charge, Fee applies for Tours of historic house.
(08) 8584 7785 or 0439 671 256

This beautifully preserved 1909 house, along with it's contents and garden were bequeathed to the people of Loxton by Mrs Ella Kingdon.

Tours of the historic house are available every Sunday at 2.00pm or at other times by appointment. A small fee applies.

The garden is open for the general public to wander through and to bring food and drinks to enjoy amongst the peaceful surrounds.

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August Art Trail - Loxton

1 - 31 August 2019 1 Aug, 2 Aug, 3 Aug, 4 Aug, 5 Aug...
Local Businesses, East Terrace, Loxton, 5333
Contact: Sonya Altschwager
0427 064 825

August is Art month in Loxton! Over 20 local businesses will become a progressive gallery on the ‘August Art Trail’. Meander through Loxton's unique village style shopping precinct in East Terrace to view an impressive collection of local masterpieces. The art comes alive on Sunday, August 11th for ‘Arts on Terrace’ (see separate listing) with a special Sunday trading day between 10am and 3pm. If you're an art lover or creative type, let us inspire you in Loxton this August! Full details including a list of exhibiting artists and participating businesses will be available at or like us on Facebook at artsonterraceloxton.

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D I S T I L. C R E A T E

2 Aug 2019-1 Sep 2019 Mon-Fri 9am - 5pm, Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 10am-3pm Opening Event 8 Aug 6-8pm 2 Aug, 3 Aug, 4 Aug, 5 Aug, 6 Aug...
Angove Family Winemakers Cellar Door Renmark, 271 Bookmark Ave, Renmark, 5341 Location
Contact: Judy Cottam

This is SplashPaint's 6th SALA . South Australian Living Artists statewide Aug. Festival exhibition in the Cellar Door. The 7 local artists who make up the group are Glenys BENDA( image) , Judy COTTAM, Yvette FRAHN, Kylie KALANTZIS, Jacqui MASON, Kathy REED & Pam RUEDIGER ,will showcase their work in a variety of media & styles at the Iconic Angove Family Winemakers Renmark Cellar Door. Our Local S.A. member, Tim Whetstone will officially launch our D I S T I L . C R E A T E exhibition at 6:30 on Thursday 8 Aug at our opening event 6-8pm.All Welcome.

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Winter Warmers

August 3rd From 6pm 3 Aug
Renmark Club Lounge Bar, 160 Murray Ave, Renmark, 5341
Contact: Zoe Hardwick

Warm up in our cosy lounge bar next to the fireplace. Live entertainment from Andy Mac Hot cocktails, Induldgent hot chocolates, fondue to share.

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Flavours and Tastes

22/06/2019, 6/07/2019, 20/07/2019, 3/08/2019 8:00am-1:00pm 3 Aug
Berri Riverside Holiday Park, 87 Riverview Drive, Berri, 5343 * 20/07/2019 Flavours and Tastes will be from 8:00am-11:00am due to Riverland Vietnam Veterans Fundraising Bowls Day.
Contact: Berri Riverside Holiday Park
(08) 8582 3723

Start off your Saturday morning with a warm cup of Mahalia coffee and a game on our brand new MINI GOLF Complex! EXPERIENCE the unique flavours and tastes of the Riverland and ENJOY this tranquil and picturesque Destination Of Choice! LOCALLY hand-crafted, cooked, grown and created produce and goods! FUN for all the family! ALL are welcome! (Even furry friends!)

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Gin Blending Master class

2nd June, 7th July 2019, 4th August 11am 4 Aug
23rd Street Distillery, Corner of 23rd Street and Renmark Ave, Renmark, 5341
$80 per person
Contact: Jasmine Morgan

Are you a Gin lover or know someone that is? Be part of the Gin craze and immerse yourself in all things Gin at 23rd Street Distillery, Renmark! Our Gin Blending Experience allows you to create your own gin, exploring the taste profiles of our botanical distillates to create your own signature blend. Journey through our working distillery, and under the guidance of our expert team, create a series of blends before bottling your perfected recipe. Leave with a 200mL bottle of your very own hand-crafted gin signed by our Master Distiller. Bookings essential. Book your spot now at or give us a call. Ph: 08 85868500 11am // $80 per person First Sunday of every month June 2nd // 7th July // 4th August

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PS Industry Cruises

First Sunday of the month. 11am, 1.30pm 4 Aug
Renmark Paringa Visitor Information Centre, 84 Murray Avenue, Renmark, Renmark, 5341
Contact: Renmark Paringa Visitor Information Centre
1300 661 704

Experience a bygone era with a scenic 90 minute cruise, cruising on the historic PS. Industry. Hear the unique sounds of the paddle wheels, the hiss of steam and see the wood fired boiler being stoked. Devonshire tea with scones cooked in a wood fired oven is served. During the cruise, passengers will see wildlife consisting of waterfowl, and even a koala or two may be seen as you pass between majestic river redgums and limestone cliffs.

Commissioned in 1911 as a work boat for S.A. Water keeping the Murray River open to traffic by removing snags and later in the construction of locks and weirs. After being retired in 1969, the PS. Industry was carefuly restored by the hard work of the volunteers in 1990.

Bookings are essential and can be made at the Renmark Visitor Information Centre. Ph 1300 661 704.


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Tuesday August 6, Wednesday August 7 & Thursday August 8, 2019 7.30pm 6 Aug, 7 Aug, 8 Aug
Chaffey Theatre, Seventeenth Street, Renmark, 5341
Contact: Chaffey Theatre
(08) 8586 1800

TICKETS ON SALE WEDNESDAY JULY 3 : Online 8.30am, Agencies – Normal Opening Times & Box Office 11am Primary Schools from across the Riverland present a series of three concerts, showcasing choirs, bands and small groups. TUESDAY AUGUST 6 Berri Primary, Monash Primary, Our Lady Of The River, Renmark West, Riverland Special School & Moorook Primary WEDNESDAY AUGUST 7 Barmera Primary, Cobdogla Primary, Ramco Primary, Rivergum College, Waikerie Lutheran & Kingston On Murray Primary THURSDAY AUGUST 8 Lameroo Primary, Glossop Primary, Loxton Primary, Loxton Lutheran, Loxton North Primary, Renmark Primary, Renmark North Primary & St Albert’s Loxton

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SALA Creating, Creative Community 2

August 8th-31st Thu-Fri.10am-4pm Sat 9:30- 11:30 am 8 Aug, 9 Aug, 10 Aug, 15 Aug, 16 Aug...
Soldiers Memorial Hall & Theatre Gallery , Barwell Ave, Barmera, 5345 Both Part of the Heritage listed Art Deco Bonney Theatre Complex
Contact: Judy Cottam

South Australian Living Artists (SALA) statewide Aug.festival .The Gallery's 2nd "Celebrating,Creative Community " exhibition. Young & old exhibiting a diverse variety of art & craft works for sale & or for display. There will be a small retrospective of paintings by Gallery founding member Margret Brand ,who passed away on May 1st . Her daughter Vivienne Brand will launch the SALA & retrospective exhibitions at the opening on Sunday the 11th Aug at 2 :30 pm .

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Riverland Tourism Exchange - Expo

Thursday 8th August 10am-12pm 8 Aug
Riverland Events Centre Function Pavillion, Field Day Drive, Barmera, 5345
Contact: Destination Riverland

This expo is a great chance for the public to gain a better understanding of the tourism products within our region and chat with our local tourism operators!

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The Pyjama Hour: Launch Party Edition

9 Aug 2019 Midnight (9th August) to 1:30am (10th August) - 1.5 hour Special Event. 9 Aug
Part of Things, Hawdon Chambers, Barwell Avenue, Barmera, 5345 Access via stairs (there is no ramp/disability access)
$30 per ticket - this event has limited capacity (30people MAXIMUM)
Contact: Alysha Herrmann

First things first - this really is a pyjama party and it starts at midnight.

Yes we really want you to wear pyjamas and we especially encourage warm snuggly dressing gowns. Go as glam or as comfy as you like. Think 90s slumber party dream.

Grab your Riverland gal, guy and non-binary friends in their 20s and 30s and grab your tickets here for our little midnight launch party!

We'll kick off at midnight Friday 9th August and the party will officially end just after 1:30am Saturday morning 10th August (so roughly 1.5hours).

Your ticket includes warm sustenance (snacks) and warm beverages and our slumber party vibe. There will be entertainment - not the nightclub kind (hah!) - and the rest of your ticket cost goes to supporting our first Thinker in Residence. Just so you know.

No tickets will be sold at the door. You MUST pre-purchase, this is for crowd control as Hawdon Chambers is intimately sized but also because you'll get some special pre-instructions! Oooooooooo mysterious. Seriously though, you must pre-book.

This is an 18+ alcohol free event. Because yeah, alcohol can be awesome but so is being sober and fabulous in the middle of the night.

Part of Things is being created by and for Riverlanders in their 20s and 30s. More about us here:

We'll be officially launching and celebrating the first program - August to November 2019 - as well as officially launching our first SALA exhibition. All launch party ticket holders will have first dibs on any ticketed events and workshop spots in the Aug-Nov program. The rest of program will then go live Sunday 11th August to everyone else.

Hawdon Chambers was renovated late in 2017 but is still an old building and only accessible via steps from the street and a set of stairs internally (the space is on the second floor above the Soldiers Memorial Hall). Part of Things will be exploring ways of using technology and other ideas to rethink participation, collaboration and audience for anyone that is unable to access Hawdon Chambers physically. We welcome creative suggestions.

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Riverland Hit N Miss Rally

10 Aug 2019-11 Aug 2019 10am-5pm Sat, 9am-3pm Sun 10 Aug, 11 Aug
Benson Park , 14077 Sturt Highway , Waikerie 13 kms east of Waikerie.
$10/adult, children free. Family $20
Contact: Pat Leske
0428 412 605, Erica 0437912327, or Ron 0448757456.

Saturday & Sunday - a great weekend out! There will be Vintage tractor pull, Tractors, Stationary Engines, Tom Kruse Replica mail truck , Blacksmithing, Replica Ford Quadricycle, Farm Animals, Stalls, Food and Drinks and lots more. Family day out.

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Riverland Hit 'N' Miss Rally

10th - 11th August 2019 10am-5pm Sat, 9am -3pm Sun 10 Aug, 11 Aug
Benson Park, , 14077 Sturt Highway (13kms east Waikerie), Waikerie, 5330
Adults $10 Children Free
Contact: Erica or Ron
Erica 0437912327, or Ron 0448757456

Waikerie & Districts Machinery Preservation Society hold a Bi-annual Rally which involves old machinery & tractors will be operating plus an array of stationary engines and collectables. A Tractor pull, Replica Tom Kruse Mail Truck, Rides on a replica Ford Quadricycle, Farm animals, Blacksmithing, Collectables, Something for everyone, Fully catered, Disabled toilets available.

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Magic & Music On The Murray Winter Warmers

10th August 2019 11:30AM - 4:30PM 10 Aug
Whistling Kite Vineyard, 73 Freundt Rd, New Residence, 5333

Winter is here, take the chill out of it and join us Saturday 10th August. Try some fabulous and truly unique biodynamic wines, grab a glass of your favourite and a platter then sit down and enjoy the beautiful views of the River Murray. We are thrilled to be able to welcome Nick & Tash Acoustic Duo back to our vineyard to play for us. Bookings are appreciated, either message us via Facebook or Adam on 0421 384 658 or Pam on 0421 384 659.

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Arts on Terrace - Loxton

Sunday 11 August 2019 10am - 3pm 11 Aug
East Terrace, Loxton, 5333
Contact: Sonya Altschwager
0427 064 825

Loxton becomes a vibrant gallery of creativity, conversation and commerce for Arts on Terrace. Our vibrant shopping precinct will be open for a special Sunday trading day from 10am - 3pm. You can participate in a variety of Creative Workshops held in local businesses, browse the Artisans Market in East Terrace, follow the August Art Trail or simply marvel at the amazing sculptures exhibited in the Riverland Motor Group showroom. The sculptures are entries in the annual Junk Art Sculpture Competition with prize money totalling $3,000 over 6 categories. For full details of the day's activities or to register for Creative Workshops, visit the website or follow us on Facebook at: artsonterraceloxton

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Saturday August 17, 2019 2pm 17 Aug
Chaffey Theatre, Seventeenth Street, Renmark, 5341
Contact: Chaffey Theatre
(08) 8586 1800

Pablo Picasso is considered one of the greatest and most prolific artists of all time. Many films have dealt with his later years – the art, the affairs and the wide circle of friends. But where did all this begin? What made Picasso in the first place? Young Picasso looks at his early years; the upbringing and the learning that lead to his extraordinary achievements. It visits three cities that played key roles, Malaga, Barcelona and Paris and explores their influence on the artist, focusing on his specific artworks from these early years.

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