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Siteholder weekend passes, vehicle permits and a rebooking form for the Swap will be dispatched to each siteholder by priority mail on. Website: tankekraft.info Club of Bendigo 'Service above Self'. A membership application form is enclosed . - Financial Details Carols (above), Easter Art Show and catering for the Bendigo Swap Meet. Rotary. swap meet event.
The organisation operates a dance school in Bendigo with a Melbourne based teacher who comes once a week to teach Indian dance styles to students. Children under 7 free. There will also be over food and market stalls. Station Street, Riddells Creek. This annual music festival gives visitors a chance to enjoy local music, with independent artists from the blues and roots genres. Various events within the festival also take place, such as the Blues Tram, laneway concerts, performances at Ulumbarra Theatre and a family friendly concert in Rosalind Park.
For more information and to see the program for the festival, click here. Various locations in Bendigo.
Thursday, November 8 — Sunday, November 11, various times. BYO alcohol and supper.Ballarat Swap meet, 2018 , Cars for sale,
Saturday, November 17, 6. MRRAR distributes funds, food and goods through refugee advocate agencies and directly to individuals and families in need. Donations by cash or cheque can be made at the door.
Friday, November 16, from 6. For more information phone Mark on Where: Saturday, November 10, 7am start.
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There will also be raffle and prizes. For more information contact Keith on Saturday, November 10, from 8pm.
Get up and dance or relax with family and friends. Enjoy four hours of nonstop music, drinks and food. Snowfalls are virtually unknown; however frosts can be a common occurrence during the winter months.
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Best time to visit: The Easter break in Bendigo is a magic time, with imperial dragon Sun Loong, the longest dragon in the world, woken up to oversee all the festivities of the Easter parade. The Bendigo Swap Meet in November is a rusty delight as over 30, visitors prepare to trade and swap at the Bendigo Showgrounds. George Lansell is credited with introducing the diamond drill to quartz mining in Australia.
With his two brothers, Wootten and William, George first settled in Adelaide and worked at his butchers, soap and candle manufacturers trade. In the three brothers walked to Bendigo and set up their trade again.
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The business grew so much they had to move the boiling-down works to a less offensive position away from the developing town. George began investing in small quartz-mining companies, learning as he went but generally losing on his investments. George realised that the methods of quartz-mining were inefficient but he persisted in the industry.
The tide turned ina disastrous year for Bendigo. His persistence paid off with new-found reefs. In the early s he made a fortune from the Garden Gully mine, where he pushed his mine shafts down to over feet m and found lode after rich lode and became a millionaire.