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Things to do in Murray Bridge: September 2-8, 2022
All you need to know about Fathers Day celebrations in the Bridge, the latest footy and netball finals rounds, Players and Singers' final weekend of performances and more.
Spring has sprung.
What better way to celebrate than with Fathers Day on Sunday?
Fortunately, there is plenty to do with dad this weekend, including the footy and netball finals rounds, cars and coffee on the wharf, a Fathers Day market and even a dinner dance.
If your weekend is chockers and you can’t make it to the footy, then you can watch it on RMFL TV’s live stream.
In other news, Burdett Hall will celebrate its centenary with a ball this Saturday night, and Murray Bridge Regional Gallery will host a screen printing session with Tatty K.
A friendly reminder that council nominations close at midday on Tuesday, so make sure you get in before then if you are thinking of running to be a councillor or mayor.
Friday ☁ 15°
The Wishlist: doors open at 7:30pm for a 8pm start at the Murray Bridge Town Hall. The Murray Bridge Players and Singers are hosting their annual performance and this year, it’s a delicious cocktail of songs from stage and screen. The show is on for four nights only. Tickets start at $25 and are available at Ray White or mbplayersandsingers.com.au
Saturday ⛅ 17°
River Murray netball: At Johnstone Park, Murray Bridge. Preliminary finals.
Intermediate three: 8.30am, court one. Ramblers v Imperials
Junior two: 8.30am, court two. Ramblers v Mannum
Intermediate two: 9.45am, court one. Mypolonga v Imperials
Sub-junior one: 9.45am, court two. Ramblers v Meningie
Intermediate one: 11am, court one. Ramblers v Imperials
Sub-junior two: 11am, court two. Imperials v Jervois
Junior one: 12.15pm, court two. Mypolonga v Tailem Bend
A Reserves: 12.45pm, court one. Imperials v Mannum
B Reserves: 12.45pm, court two. Mypolonga v Jervois
B Grade: 2pm, court one. Imperials v Mypolonga
C Grade: 1.30pm, court two. Ramblers v Mypolonga
A Grade: 3.15pm, court one. Mypolonga v Ramblers
River Murray football: At Johnstone Park, Murray Bridge. Semi-finals.
Under 14s: 9am Imperials v Tailem Bend
Under 16s: 10am Imperials v Tailem Bend
Under 18s: 11.15am Tailem Bend v Imperials
Reserves: 12.40pm Imperials v Mypolonga
League: 2.30pm Jervois v Imperials
Fathers Day market: 9am-5pm at Murray Bridge Marketplace. There will be a wide range of stall holders selling local products, along with free face painting for kids.
Screen printing with Tatty K: 10.30am-1.30am at Murray Bridge Regional Gallery. Join Adelaide Hills artist Tatty K and screen print art on your choice of a calico bag or pillowcase, or bring your own tshirt. You can bring your own artistic ideas or use the templates provided. Tickets are $44 or $39 for concession. For more information visit the gallery’s website, or to book visit eventbrite.com.
Burdett Hall 100 years celebration ball: 7.30pm start at Burdett Hall, 469 Burdett Road. All past and present residents, dancers and families are invited. Dress to impress and bring a plate of supper to share. The night will start with drinks and nibbles, and dancing will commence from 8pm with Vic Herrmann playing live. Lots of raffle and door prizes will be drawn on the night. Tickets are $15, contact Dianne on 0428 519 890 or Julie on 0439 729 488 to book.
The Wishlist: doors open at 7:30pm for a 8pm start at the Murray Bridge Town Hall. The Murray Bridge Players and Singers are hosting their annual performance and this year, it’s a delicious cocktail of songs from stage and screen. The show is on for four nights only! Tickets start at $25 and are available at Ray White or mbplayersandsingers.com.au.
Fathers Day dinner dance: 6.30pm at Most Holy Redeemer Church, Murray Bridge Parish Hall. Enjoy a four course meal ‘the Italian way’ at this dinner dance. Dress is semi-formal. Tickets are $55 and are all-inclusive. Bookings are for tables of 10, call Josie on 0418 813 332.
Sunday ☁ 17°
Cars and Coffee: 8-10am at the wharf precinct car park, Murray Bridge. The car enthusiasts social group is hosting their monthly event, and all are welcome to come along. Check out the cars on display and have a drink and a bite to eat at the wharf precinct along the river. Those bringing their cars can have a photo in front of the bridges. For more information, visit the Cars and Coffee Facebook page.
River Murray football: At Le Messurier Oval, Murray Bridge. Semi-finals.
Under 14s: 9am Mypolonga v Mannum
Under 16s: 10am Mypolonga v Jervois
Under 18s: 11.15am Mypolonga v Ramblers
Reserves: 12.40pm Jervois v Tailem Bend
League: 2.30pm Tailem Bend v Meningie
Monday ⛅ 17°
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Tuesday ⛅ 20°
Commissioner of First Nations Voice visit: 10.30am-12.30pm at Murray Bridge Town Hall. Ngarrindjeri and other local people will have an opportunity to speak with Dale Agius, state Commissioner for a First Nations Voice, about how an Indigenous Voice to Parliament would look and operate. RSVP by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday ⛅ 19°
Business Murray Bridge breakfast: 7-9am at the Bridgeport Hotel. Network with your peers and hear about TFI's new facility, Regional Development Australia initiatives and the Murray Bridge council's priorities. To book tickets, visit eventbrite.com.au.
Race day: from 11am at Murray Bridge Racing Club. Tickets start at $11.77 and are available at moshtix.com.au.
Murraylands concert: 5.30-7.30pm at Murray Bridge Town Hall. Murray Bridge High School is proud to present a night with the Elder Conservatorium Big Band. The event is free, to register visit trybooking.com.
Thursday ⛅ 19°
Shine a light: 2-6pm at the Murray Bridge Green Shopping Centre, near Coles. Come along and meet the Communities for Children team from ac.care, to ‘shine a light’ on how we, as a community, can support children to remain safe in the Murraylands. You can leave a response and receive a free gift (one per family).
Correction: an earlier version of this article stated the wrong location for the football on Sunday.
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