Reasons To Get Lost - September 2019
Reasons To Get Lost in September...
COMPILED BY TAYLOR ALBIOLI
A day of demonstrations and foodie discussion with some of Australia’s top chefs including:
Andrew McConnell– Cutler & Co. Cumulus Inc, Supernormal, Rinky & Pinky, Melbourne
Matt Moran – ARIA, Barangaroo House, Chiswick, North Bondi Fish, Paddo Inn Grill, NSW
Hosted by Lake House Culinary Director Alla Wolf-Tasker in The Cooking School at Lake House. Day includes two demonstrations, recipes, tastings, baguette lunch, wine and refreshments.
11am - 3.30pm, 15 September
Lake House, King Street, Daylesford Tickets available at lakehouse.com.au
Australia’s leading photographic festival, The Foto Biennale is guided by the principle that it not only serves the community but also plays a vital role in cultivating it.
The Ballarat International Foto Biennale
was founded in 2005 and attracts signi cant International and Australian photographers as one of Australia’s pre-eminent photographic festivals.
It is a not-for-pro t event that immerses the historic town of Ballarat in photographic art.
24 August – 20 October
Art Gallery of Ballarat,
40 Lydiard St N, Ballarat Central ballaratfoto.org
KYNETON DAFFODIL &
The festival welcomes spring in Kyneton with an exciting series of activities including visual and performing arts, crafts, gardens, ower shows, markets and hospitality. Dancing, music and book events add to the eleven days of festivities. The Grand Parade on the last day of the Festival features bands, dancers, oats, cars and vintage vehicles. The Festival closes with a fair, performances, activities in Kyneton's main streets and an after-party at Major Tom's on Piper Street.
5 - 15 September kynetondaffodilarts.org.au
AND THE STRANGERS
Three times Grammy winner, Actor, storyteller and country music superstar Kris Kristofferson returns to Australia for a national tour with band The Strangers this September & October!
7.30pm, 23 September Civic Hall, Ballarat Tickets: hermaj.com/events/krisk/
NINA ROOTSEY LIVE
BLUES N ROOTS
A Nina Rootsey has graced the cellar-door on a number of occasions as the lead singer to band Little Wigtown.
Now she is back with her own originals and vigour and we look forward to seeing this lady in action!
12 - 3pm, 27 September Daylesford Cider,
155 Dairy at Road, Musk daylesfordcider.com.au
MCO FEAST AND MUSIC
@ THE LAKEHOUSE
MCO's Daylesford-based chamber music festival features the orchestra with stars of chamber music over ve events, including a musical dinner at Lake House.
Join us at the heart of one of Australia’s most captivating regional destinations for a long weekend of extraordinary music and convivial hospitality. (Pictured below).
6 - 8 September
Secure your tickets by visitng the MCO website: mco.org.au
A nity Quartet returns to Guildford Vineyard on September 21, 2019 to perform a special program exploring the evolution of the string quartet through masterworks by Purcell, Beethoven and Bartók.
Cellar Door opens from 1pm for short and long eats by Chef Zack Grumont. Seated recital in the Barrel Room at 3pm. (Pictured below).
To secure your tickets visit: guildfordvineyard.com.au
FARMERS ARMS DAYLESFORD PRESENTS: ARTIST EXHIBITION: STEVEN & DAVID ROSENDALE
Join us for the opening celebration of our latest exhibition by local artists Steven & David Rosendale.Mingle with locals & chat to the artists of our newest exhibition in the Farmers Arms RedRoom.
5.30 - 7.30pm, 12 September Farmers Arms Daylesford,
1 East Street, Daylesford