Things to do in Murray Bridge: June 18-24, 2021

A poetry reading, planting festival, 80s dance show, horse racing and more.

Do you fancy yourself as a wordsmith?

This Sunday afternoon, you’ll get an opportunity to read your poetry, prose or lyrics to a live audience.

Murray Bridge Library will host a free, all-ages open mic event for anyone who wants to share something they’ve written.

Youth development officer Aiden Fargher said young people had been bugging him about giving an opportunity for poets to perform, and that their parents had wanted to get in on the act too.

“You can just drop in to view the talent or you can book in to perform,” he said.

“We’re encouraging people of all levels to give it a go.”


Frahns Farm Planting Festival: 8.45am-4.30pm at Frahns Farm, Monarto. Spend a day outdoors and give something back to nature, catered lunch for volunteers; continues Sunday and June 26-27. Register:

Tailem Bend Cup: 11.30am-6pm at Murray Bridge Racing Club. Metropolitan horse racing meet. Admission: From $17 at

VHS: the Video Hits Show: 8-11pm at Murray Bridge Town Hall. Nine-piece band Fizzy Pop perform retro dance tracks from 80s movies, BYO snacks, bar available. Tickets: $38/35 at


Frahns Farm Planting Festival: 8.45am-4.30pm at Frahns Farm, Monarto. See Saturday.

Prose and Poetry: 1.30-3.30pm at Murray Bridge Library. Share a five-minute story, poem, lyric or spoken word piece. Pre-book: 0401 749 108 or

Heritage and Renewal: 3-4.30pm at Murray Bridge Town Hall. Recital for piano and soprano voice of works by Dvorak and Adelaide composer Josh van Konkelenberg, presented by Adelaide Hills Chamber Players. Tickets: $39.


Women in Hotels Day: 10.30am-5pm at Murray Bridge Racing Club. Horse racing. Admission: From $12 at


Greg Hart in concert: 11am at Murray Bridge Town Hall. Greg Hart sings songs from his tribute shows and leading roles in musical theatre. Tickets: $20 at

Radioactive: 5.30pm at Murray Bridge Library. Thursday night movie about scientist Marie Curie. Bookings essential: 8539 1175.

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