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Whats on in November

Welcome to our monthly local event update, ‘What’s On?’ – your go-to guide for fun activities and events happening in the local Berwick community.

We’ve got you sorted with the best Berwick has to offer – from night markets to outdoor cinemas, there are plenty of fun activities for the entire family to enjoy.

Take a look to see what’s on in your local area through the month of November.

Outdoor Cinema at Wilson Botanic Park

Visit Wilson Botanic Amphitheatre for a night of live entertainment, food trucks and best of all – dinosaurs!

You’re invited to Wilson Botanic Park on Saturday 23 November for a screening of blockbuster Jurassic World as part of the park’s outdoor cinema season. At just $10 a ticket, this is the perfect family night out.

To book your ticket and learn more, visit Eventbrite

Green Living Expo

Fans of green living, sustainable products and saving the planet can get excited because the Green Living Expo is coming this November.

Head on down to Bunjil Place on Saturday 16 October and check out the wide variety of stall holders, talks, workshops and children’s activities on offer.

Learn more about the event on the City of Casey website

Casey In Colour – Run For YOUth

Show your support for local community organisations and have a whole lot of fun at the fourth annual Casey In Colour Run. 

This year’s event is raising funds for the CFA, Cranbourne Information and Support Service and Relay for Life. Participants can run, jog or walk the course while being showered with multi-coloured power and cheers from the crowd.

This is an event not to be missed, so for more information about the event and how to book visit the Casey council website

Casey Night Market & Food Trucks

The Casey Night market is back this November, so head on down to Selandra Community Hub on Friday 15 November to enjoy an abundance of food trucks, stalls filled with local crafts, live music and children’s activities.

Entry to the indoor market is a gold coin donation for cancer research.

For more information, visit the Casey council website

What weed is that?

Have you ever looked at a weed and thought, “Gee, I wonder what kind of weed that is?”.

Well, wonder no longer as Casey Council is holding a weed identification class on Sunday, 10 November.

Learn how to identify the different weeds in the Casey area and gain an understanding on why they can be such a detriment to our native flora and fauna, via a guided walk at Jesse Trail Reserve.

More information and to register, visit Eventbrite

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