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Things to do in Melbourne This Week (Monday 3rd of December - Sunday 9th of December)

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Dumpling Boy Temple is actually an art installation space which will give you a unique, kitsch shamanistic experience.

Following the huge success of their Gin Night Market earlier this year, The Craft Co in Collingwood is now launching its first-ever Xmas Gin Night Market.

Christmas Tales of Collins Street could well be a Christmas family gathering when we all come together to share our stories and make Christmas a community-minded family affair.

Heide Makers' Market is a collaboration between two well loved Melbourne institutions; the Heide Museum of Modern Art and The Rose St.

Complementing the expo is a hemp and cannabis Symposium featuring enlightening conversations and QA sessions with the world's leading medical professionals, academics, research associates, pharmacists, activists and entrepreneurs.

Come taste the foods of Africa while listening to great music.

Frankston Power Centre will be turning into a family favourite place for free Christmas fun on the 8th of December.

ll be handmade stalls, free entertainment, free face painting and a visit from Santa.

The market will feature ethical fashion and accessories, exquisite retro style lingerie, men's and women's jewellery and bags, artisanal chocolate, tea, pet treats, plants and so much more.

The Belgrave Big Dreams Market has built up a reputation of being quite a good little market, though they're not so little when you consider they have 120 stallholders over 2 levels of market space.

Carols by Kingston is one of the biggest Christmas community events as it features an all-star line-up of celebrity performers, plus bustling food vendors, a community barbecue, a boutique Christmas gift market, fun kids activities and an impressive fireworks display.

Come along to the Boyd Community Hub Christmas Party, and be prepared for an evening of fun activities including giant games, ping pong, craft activities, special guests, dancing, prizes, gardening activities and Christmas carols.

All of these events are presented as a part of Mapping Melbourne 2018 which is an event over 16 days and 14 venues that celebrate our unique Asian Australian identity and highlights positive global creative connections.

This free event is packed with entertainment for the whole family and includes cooking demonstrations from celebrity chefs and vendors passionate about their food.

Celebrating the integral role that the library plays in our city, this interactive exhibition embodies the values of the 'sharing economy' that the library champions by inviting you to contribute to imagining our future library.



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