Things to do in Murray Bridge: February 19-25, 2021
Speedway, The Addams Family, a Deadly Fun Run, a swap meet, author talks and more.
Border closures may have played havoc with a few event schedules, but Murray Bridge Speedway will still hope to put on a good show for the South Australian Wingless Sprints Title this Saturday night.
The event was originally supposed to run over two nights, but will now go as one, with modlites, street stocks and classic speedcars as the supporting categories.
If motor racing’s not your thing, there's theatre, live music and the return of the Rotary Club swap meet this weekend as well.
The Addams Family: 7.30pm at Green Wall Studio, 24 Joseph Street, Murray Bridge. A musical comedy about a ghoulish family living in New York City, based on characters created by Charles Addams, local cast and crew; gala performance on Saturday. Tickets: $20/15, or $50 for gala performance, at www.trybooking.com/BOCOZ.
Battle of the Sounds: 6-11pm at the Edwards Square sound shell, Murray Bridge. Original bands aged under 25 compete for a place in the final at the Thebarton Theatre, at the 2021 Myponga Music Festival and more than $15,000 in prizes.
Rotary Club of Murray Bridge swap meet: 6am-1pm at Murray Bridge Showground. Admission: $5.
Murraylands Deadly Fun Run: 9am at Sturt Reserve, Murray Bridge. Come out for a walk or run over three or five kilometres, free healthy breakfast, prizes to be won.
Fiona McIntosh author talk: 2-3pm at Murray Bridge Library. Book: 8539 1175.
GPSA trade and market access workshop: 9am-4pm at Tailem Bend Football Club. Ensure your grain is market ready with biosecurity consultant Will Zacharin and look beyond the silo with Thomas Elder Markets’ Andrew Whitelaw, for Grain Producers SA members. Register: www.eventbrite.com.au.
Meredith Appleyard author talk: 2pm at Murray Bridge Library. Book: 8539 1175.
Draft environment management plan community meeting: 6pm at Murray Bridge local government centre, 2 Seventh Street. Talk to council staff about the draft strategy.
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