Chelsea Mordialloc Mentone News 19 February 2020

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The 92nd

WHAT’S NEW...

RED HILL SHOW

Saturday, 7th March, 2020

Labour Day Weekend | 8.30am to 5pm

The Red Hill Show - Create your show experience ENTRIES are still open for the 92nd Red Hill Show to be held on Saturday the 7th of March. The Red Hill Showgrounds come alive with the festivities of one the State’s most popular agricultural shows. Kids and Adults can enjoy a full day of activities at this “Community Event of the Year 2019”, now in it’s 92nd year run by the Red Hill Agricultural & Horticultural Society. Visit our website and enter online: www. redhillshow.com.au/forms $10 Kids | $20 Adults | $60 Family | $10 Student & Pensioner

Red Hill Show Grounds - Arthurs Seat Rd, Red Hill For info visit: www.redhillshow.com.au Mornington Peninsula Paddock - Celeb Chef Michael Cole on stage - Local exhibitors & producers - Cider Show Australian Mountainboarders - Animals Galore - Fly Dogs - Sheep Shearing - Working Dogs - Woodchop - Music Wildlife Encounters - Community Activities - Tractors - Art & Craft Stalls - Carnival Rides and much more... Admission: Family ticket (2 adults, 3 children 6-17 yrs) $60; Adults $20; F (Entr REE RIDE y inc Children 6-17 yrs $10; 5 yrs & under free; Students/Pensioners $10. Free parking. lu & rid e

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Create your show experience!

Once you enter the showgrounds pavilions, activites, entertainment and RIDES FREE (with exception to a few) including mountainboards workshop, rock climbing, Cha Cha, mechanical bull ride, cup n saucer, pony rides, wildlife encounters, baby animal petting farm, face painting and so much more. Kids can enter the demo fuselage of a Royal Flying Doctors aeroplane or have fun with Red Hill Tennis activities. Kids and adults can win great prizes in the good old Bata Gumboot Toss at 11.30 or watch the amazing Fly Dogs perform all on the bottom oval. The Mornington Peninsula Paddock has some

of our finest producers so don’t forget to bring along your market bags for fresh produce, breads, jams and more. Join the Peninsula Wildflowers ‘Bouquet workshop’ at 1pm. Taste the awarded ciders in the 4th Cider Show and enjoy demonstrations on the MPP Stage with Australia’s Chef of the Year, Michael Cole, pasta making with Kobi Jacks and sausage making with Sonya from Woolumbi Farm. Aside from the remarkable array of animals including Clydesdales, cattle, sheep, alpacas, poultry, minature goats, pet fancy rats, working dogs and more, we are thrilled to have a sheep shearing showing us his trade. There will also be woodturning, spinning and weaving demonstrations and vintage farming equipment. And we are pleased to welcome you to Enjoy refreshments at the new Community Corner with Willum Warrain Indigenous kids caravan and other great community groups. Pavilions will be filled with flowers, fruit, vegetables, honey, cooking, craft, photography and art. For show enquiries: ph:5989 2357 e:info@redhillshow.com.au www.redhillshow.com.au

Food glorious food! SEAROAD Ferries carries more than 800,000 people across Port Phillip Bay every year, but did you know that it also offers some amazing food experiences on board its vessels? In-house chefs fill the menu offerings with local produce, wine, beers and spirits from the two bountiful food and wine regions of Mornington and The Bellarine Peninsulas. Dining is relaxed and scenic as guests sit back and enjoy the magnificent surrounds of the bay, sail past clifftop mansions and historic fortifications. Searoad Ferries offers a range of regular food experiences and some one-off gourmet events as well. Sunday Brunch, specialty high teas and Captain’s lunch are three highlights. Who doesn’t love a good Sunday brunch? Combine that with a couple of hours sailing the magnificent waters of Port Phillip Bay and it’s a match made in heaven. Expect a lavish two-tiered spread of assorted pastries, quiches, finger sandwiches and scones during this indulgent brunch departing Sundays from both

Bay Food & wine Series High tea on the High seas Brunch on the Bay Captains Lunch Bookings essential. Book online

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Sorrento and Queenscliff at11am. There is even a special vegan brunch and bottomless brunch (where the cocktails are bottomless). You certainly won’t leave hungry, or thirsty for that matter! High Tea on the High Seas is great fun throughout the year with various themes including a Chocolate twist for Easter, Gin High Tea and a bottomless sparkling wine version in May to celebrate Mother’s Day. The Bloke’s High Tea for Father’s Day is great fun and includes a specially created menu of sliders, pies and a paddle of beer for dad from breweries on both sides of the bay. Gourmands will love the Captains Lunch. The monthly epicurean events run on the first Saturday of each month departing from both Queenscliff and Sorrento and feature a producer handpicked from either Mornington or Bellarine Peninsula. These producers are showcased during a relaxing three course lunch on a two hour return sail aboard a magnificent Searoad Ferries vessel. More at: www.searoad.com.au


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