Shepparton 2015 Carols by Candlelight Deferred

carols by candlelight, sheppartonDue receipt of a severe weather alert for Shepparton (winds gusting 100 kph) Carols by Candlelight for 2015 will be deferred to the evening of Monday, 21 December 2014.

This is a free, family-friendly event. Goulburn Murray Credit Union are sponsoring the fireworks display on Monday evening at 9:30 PM.

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Picnic for Peace

Much has happened around the world in recent weeks. Paris, Lebanon, Punjab, Africa. The media is filled with news that is not peaceful. In response, Shepparton Interfaith Network, in collaboration with community stakeholders, is collaborating to provide a Picnic for Peace at Victoria Park Lake, Shepparton on Sunday 29 November from 5PM.

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Shepparton Multicultural Film Festival

Shepparton Multicultural Film Festival The first Shepparton Multicultural Film Festival will be take place at the Harder Auditorium, GOTAFE, with a formal launch on Friday 23 October at 6.30PM. There will be 5 sessions in the film festival, with screenings on Friday evening, Saturday 24 October at 1:30PM and 4PM and Sunday 25 October at 2PM and 4:30PM. ... Read more...

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Women in Leadership Forum

Women in Leadership Forum Latrobe University Shepparton Campus and and Greater Shepparton City Council, with support from The Greater Shepparton Women’s Charter Alliance Advisory Committee, will conduct a Women in Leadership Forum at 7pm on Thursday 29 October 2015 at Eastbank Centre, Shepparton. ... Read more...

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National Police Remembrance Day, Shepparton

National Police Remembrance Day and Blue Ribbon Day were observed in Shepparton at St Paul's Lutheran Church on 29 September 2015. Victorian Police leadership and local community members were in attendance. The service was led by local Police Chaplain Pastor Matt Anker. ... Read more...

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Reflections on Dungala Kaiela Oration 2015

NAIDOC Week for 2015 was celebrated with enthusiasm and energy in Shepparton and surrounds. On Monday, there was a breakfast and launch of Naidoc Week with a flag raising, attended by many community leaders. There was a tour of the Mooroopna Flats on Monday afternoon, the Dungala Kaiela Oration on Wednesday, followed by the Algabonyha Roundtable on Thursday. On Friday, Shepparton Library conducted a screening of "Our Vote Counts", a documentary featuring local Yorta Yorta women. ... Read more...

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Love and Marriage in Kabul

The Greater Shepparton Women's Charter Alliance Advisory Committee, in conjunction with GOTAFE, the Ethnic Council of Shepparton and District, and Shepparton Interfaith Network, is holding a FREE screening of 'Love and Marriage in Kabul' at the Harder Auditorium on Tuesday 14th of July, 2015, at 6:30pm ... Read more...

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St Brendan’s Day

Each year, the 15th of May marks the Feast of St Brendan in the Christian Church. St Brendan’s Day will be celebrated at St Brendan’s Church, 121 Knight St, Shepparton, at the 11AM Mass service. Festivities will follow on the parish lawn after Mass. Shepparton Interfaith Network extends well-wishes to all who find their faith nourished at St Brendans. Read more…

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Vesak Celebrations at Queens Park, Shepparton

A large crowd assembled at Queens Park on Sunday 3 May to celebrate Vesak Day with prayers, hanging of lanterns and talks. Vesak Day marks the birth, enlightenment and passing of the Buddha; it is the most important day in the Buddhist calendar of events. This is celebrated annually on the day of the first full moon in the month of May.Read more…

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