Tasmanian wine connoisseurs will be treated to a range of the state's finest sparkling wine this weekend when Effervescence Tasmania makes its long-awaited return. The event will run across three days, concluding on Sunday, and will be spread across various locations throughout the North. Joseph Chromy Wines will host several of the event's activities, including various sparkling masterclasses, mimosa yoga and the Tasmanian Sparkling Wine Dinner, presented by renowned wine author Tyson Stelzer. Tickets for multiple activities at the event are still available. Visit effervescencetasmania.com for more.
The Swansea Heritage Festival will celebrate 200 years at this year's event. In 2021, the program includes walking tours, special discounts, high teas, picnics, parades, Welcome to Country, stalls, displays, flower festivals, barbecues, music, meet the authors and more. The festival will be held from November 5-7 and more information can be found at glamorganhistory.org.au. Any questions contact Maureen on 0428 785 151.
The World's Smallest Improvised Music Festival, developed by the Launceston Improvised Music Association, will be held from November 5-7 at a mix of venues in the city. The association was formed last year during the pandemic when a group of Launceston's improvising musicians decided to band together to create more events and encourage others to play improvised music. For more information visit limatas.com.
The Ruffins Bay workshop, Impressions, will be hosted by Waterton Hall Estate at Rowella and explore the Convict Barn and the riverbank. Participants can respond to place and season accompanied by image and sculpture. Author Dr Shirley Patton will be in attendance. Book through sculpturetasmania.com/aspects.
The Westbury Show is the third-oldest agricultural show in the state. There will be horse competitions, kids entertainment, dog demonstrations, and much more. Tickets are $10 for adults, $25 for family, $5 for those aged six-16, and those under six are free. For more visit westburyshow.com.au.
Launceston Horticultural Society's Late Spring Show will be held 2pm to 5pm on Saturday and 9am to 3pm on Sunday. A range of award-winning flowers and plants will be on display. Entry is $3. Visit launcestonhorticultural.org.au for more.
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