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Things to do in Melbourne This Week (Monday 8th of October - Sunday 14th of October)

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This year Melbourne's street food, The Food Truck Park has partnered with Frankston City Council with the 2017 Tourism Event Attraction Program.

It is always a popular event, and it now returns on Friday 12th October 2018, at the St Kilda Foreshore.

Well then, mark Saturday 13 October in your celenders because Oktoberfest in the Gardens returns to Melbourne, this time kicking off at the Melbourne Showgrounds.

The Big Fun Fair is a major fundraiser for Black Rock Primary School.

The Old Cheese Factory will be holding the Casey Food and Wine Festival this October.

If you are at all interested in plants or gardens, then this is the place to be for this weekend.

The Melbourne Marathon is, of course, the ultimate event for long-distance runners; a run that requires serious training and commitment.

MPavilion is Australias leading architectural commission and design event, conceived and created by the Naomi Milgrom Foundation.

Lost Picnic is Melbourne City's extreme outdoor live music experience.

This film follows Anote's international campaign to show the real impact of rising sea levels on Kiribati.

Friends of the Royal Botanical Gardens (FRBGV), Melbourne are holding their 14th Art of Botanical Illustration Exhibition from the 13th to 28th October 2018.

There will be a panel of expert judges who will decide which is the best homemade salami in the show.

If you make your way to Ballam Park this October, you can help to celebrate our furry, feathered, finned, scaly and slithery friends.

The idea behind this day is to raise awareness of veganism and teach people about living cruelty-free by becoming vegans.

The Bridge Makers Market at Thornbury is held four times a year with their next market scheduled for Saturday 13th October 2018.

Whether you starting out on your fitness journey in time for the warmer months, an exercise fanatic or someone working in the industry The Fitness Show is not to be missed this year as it promises to be a bigger and better show than 2017.

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