Newspaper article The Northern Star (Lismore, Australia)

Things to Do

Newspaper article The Northern Star (Lismore, Australia)

Things to Do

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1. Mullum Music Festival: This year's patron, Harry James Angus, has put together some fantastic one-off gigs, but you can also enjoy performances by national and international artists. Do not miss the street parade tomorrow from 11am from the council chambers, heading right down the main street to the Civic Hall. Today and tomorrow at different venues in Mullumbimby. For details and tickets visit

2. Pepsi ICC EAP Men's Trophy: The ICC EAP Men's Cricket Tournament is a T20 format held over 10 days in Lismore Park, with teams from Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, Fiji, Samoa, Japan, Cook Islands, Indonesia, Philippines and Republic of Korea. The T20 games will finish tomorrow and some of the teams will stay in Lismore for a two-day 50 over competition. For details go to

3. Murwillumbah Community Centre: This will be the centre's first-ever art exhibition where indigenous-inspired art created by local community members will be displayed. Open now at Nullum St, Knox Park, Murwillumbah. Gold coin donation. For details visit

4. Sally Whitwell and Youth Concert: Byron Music Society presents a double bill, beginning with their annual youth concert, featuring 14 students in piano, violin, viola, cello and saxophone. The line-up also includes ARIA award-winning pianist Sally Whitwell. Tomorrow at the Byron Community Centre, Byron Bay, from 1pm. $30. Details at

5. Kyogle Pop Up Gallery: Ten of Kyogle's most talented artists will be exhibiting together as part of the Northern Rivers Creative Pop Up gallery at a vacant shop on the main street of Kyogle. The artists are Martin Gallagher, Gulli-Bal Living Culture Group, Michael John Taylor, Jenny Kitchener, Susie Marcroft, Wendy McGain, Karma Phuntsok, Jill Runciman and Ross Tamlin. The pop up gallery is open from today to Thursday, December 4.

6. Community Sector Ball: Everyone is invited to dress a little dapper and enter the world of 1920s cabaret. The Community Sector Ball and Awards night tonight at Lismore City Hall is celebrating with an 11-piece swing band, The Well Swung Daddies, comedian Nick Penn, the acrobatics of Darcy Grant and Emma McGovern, and the Sassy Salsa dance troupe, performing true swinging cabaret. …

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