Things to do in Murray Bridge: March 19-25, 2021
Murray Bridge High School's class of 2021 is ready to celebrate at its formal.
It’s already that time again – Murray Bridge High School’s year 12 students will have their night of nights this Friday.
They’ll be back at the town hall this year, after COVID forced the cancellation of the 2020 formal and its replacement with a students-only dinner at Murray Bridge Racing Club in November.
Even that event only narrowly avoided disaster, falling on the eve of South Australia’s brief lockdown.
Here’s to happier times for the class of 2021.
Apologies for the few events listed this week – Facebook’s events feed was down.
If there’s anything going on locally you’d like us to add to this list, email us.
International Day of Happiness: 4-5pm at Murray Bridge Community Centre, 18 Beatty Terrace. Children supervised by a parent or guardian can come and make smiley face cookies. Bookings essential: 0421 102 276.
Murray Bridge High School formal: 6-9.30pm at Murray Bridge Town Hall.
River Murray football and netball: Mannum v Ramblers at Mannum Oval, Meningie v Tailem Bend at Meningie Oval, Mypolonga v Imperials at Mypolonga Memorial Oval.
Roll Racing Adelaide: SOLD OUT.
Bringing harmony to yourself and others: 3.45-4.45pm at Murray Bridge Community Centre. For ages three to 12, treasure hunt, drawing, building, singing, dancing, fruit, come in comfy clothes and bring a water bottle. Bookings essential: 0421 102 276.
Author talk with Helen Stagg: 6.30-7.30pm at Murray Bridge Library. The Mildura author speaks about her book Harnessing the River Murray: Stories of the people who built Locks One to Nine, 1915-1935. Book: 8539 1175.
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