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Things to do in Melbourne This Week (Monday 9th of April - Sunday 15th of April)

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In its 42nd year, the Port Fairy Folk Festival was established in 1977 by Jamie McKew and members of the Geelong Folk Music Club.

Once you have jotted down this special date, you can turn your mind towards making important decisions such as which flavour to pick, cup or cone, who to bring, what time to go and so forth.

Unless you've somehow lost yourselves in depths of the Yarra River, you will know the Melbourne International Comedy Festival (MICF) is fast approaching.

Join Danny and Sandy, The T-Birds and the Pink Ladies when they experience the highs and lows of friendships, romances and adventures during their final year at Rydell High in the 1950's.

Collective Notions is presenting their latest group show at Steps Gallery this Autumn.

Come and spend an engaging day perusing a wide range of exhibitors showcasing products and services that cater to your needs.

Under The Stars is a pre-event of the 13th Annual Indonesian Film Festival 2018.

The Don Taco project was born after Aaron and Ceci's first trip to Mexico as vegetarians.

After its hugely successful premiere event at South Australia's Leconfield Winery last year, organisers Boo Entertainment are bringing their moon-boot wearing, shoulder-padded rockin', running man dancing, Bette Davis eyed day of everything-80's to the Garden State this April.

Wild ideas for a habitat shared by humans and animals.

An initiative of the Rotary Club of Wandin, the 2018 Yarra Valley Beer Cider Festival will be held on Saturday 14th April from 11 AM to 5.

Pop in and say Konnichiwa or stay for the duration.

Whether you're a runner, a cycler, a jogger or a walker, even casually, just moving one foot in front of the other, the MS Melbourne Cycle Half Marathon is the event for you.

There's nothing like the coolest (age appropriate) songs to make you feel like jumping up to some funky dance moves and get fit at the same time.

This autumn, Young Engineers is back with their exciting 'Lego Challenge School Holiday Workshops' for boys and girls aged 6 to 12 years.

MMO is proud to present the Melbourne premiere of this evocative piece at the Journeys Concert.



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