Newspaper article Daily Examiner (Grafton, Australia)

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Newspaper article Daily Examiner (Grafton, Australia)

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Free Comic Book Day

WHEN: Saturday, May 4.

WHERE: Gathering of Worlds, Prince St, Grafton.

DETAILS: GOW is participating in the Australia-wide Free Comic Book Day, offering a handful of free comic books for patrons. Limit of two comics from the new selection and one of each title from previous years.

Valley Made Boutique Markets

WHEN: Sunday, May 5.

WHERE: Grafton District Services Club, 105-7 Mary St, Grafton.

DETAILS: With Mother's Day just around the corner, why not head down to these Valley Made Markets for unique, handmade items. Breakfast and lunch will be available. Markets are open between 10am and 2pm.

Clarence Dog Sports Trial

WHEN: Saturday, May 4.

WHERE: Clarence Dog Sports Inc, Alumy Creek Reserve, Lawrence Rd, Alumy Creek.

DETAILS: From agility, jumping, games to obedience, the Clarence Dog Sports trials are expected to be full of action. The event starts at 8am and finishes approximately 6pm.

Evening Life Drawing Event

WHEN: Friday, May 10.

WHERE: 6 Uki St, Yamba.

DETAILS: It's a life drawing event with an improvised theatrical twist. Participants are asked to bring a dress-up prop for the model to pose with. Cost is $35 and runs from 6pm to 9pm. Contact Kerrie for further information: 0488070069.

Maclean Agricultural Show

WHEN: Wednesday and Thursday.

WHERE: Maclean Showgrounds.

DETAILS: The Maclean Show Society has played an integral part in the Lower Clarence region for the past 122 years. Adam Eckersley and Brooke McClymont will be performing on Wednesday night. $30 membership tickets include two days' entry for two adults and three children.

Iluka Markets

WHEN: Sunday.

WHERE: Iluka Sports Ground.

DETAILS: The Iluka Markets have become widely recognised as having a friendly and relaxing atmosphere.

Head on down to Iluka, wander through the market and you find a variety of quality stalls featuring locally inspired art, original craft and woodwork, handmade jewellery, locally produced soaps, cakes and preservatives -- the list goes on with this growing market. …

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