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Weekend of waves or fun run in sun

Merimbula Classic

Merimbula, November 21-24

A four-day celebration of wind and waves with all forms of surfing enjoyed - SUPs, kites, foils, wave sailors and more. Entries already rolling in and forecast for ideal surf conditions across the four days. Organisers stoked to see it in action for 39th year. New Wings expected to be out in force as a new craze for surfers. Registrations online at merimbulasailboardclub.com.au/classic/

Classic: Surfers meet at Merimbula to ride waves over four days.

Classic: Surfers meet at Merimbula to ride waves over four days.

Hits of Stage and Screen

Bega, November 23

Canberra Brass is helping the Bega District Band celebrate its 120th birthday with a huge concert featuring the "Hits of Stage and Screen". The concert, to be held in the Bega Valley Commemorative Civic Centre will begin at 7pm. Tickets are $12, children are free.

Taste of the Kimberley

Bermagui, November 24

A unique Australian musical experience comes to Four Winds in Bermagui next weekend. It's the creative output of many years of cross cultural collaboration between musicians and community in the Kimberley and its touring nationally to major centres. This is going to be both a visually and musically thrilling experience. Awe inspiring footage of the Kimberley landscape and Kimberley artists will be projected onto a large screen, immersing audiences in the spirit of the Kimberley. Kimberley Echoes to perform at Four Winds Windsong Pavilion from 6.30-8pm. Tickets $40.

Colour Run

Moruya, November 23

Immerse yourself in the colours of the rainbow at the Youth Against Domestic Violence colour run at Riverside Park, Moruya. Register 9am for a 10am 5km run, walk or stroll. Tickets $15-25 via eventbrite.com.au, includes participant T-shirt, kids under five are free. Funds from ticket sales go to Eurobodalla Domestic Violence Committee. There are prizes for fastest and best-dressed team, adult and child.


READY TO RUN: Children and adults can join a colour run at Moruya this Saturday to raise awareness of family violence.

READY TO RUN: Children and adults can join a colour run at Moruya this Saturday to raise awareness of family violence.

Boo Seeka

Shoalhaven Heads, November 23

Summer is calling and Boo Seeka want to make one thing clear. The sold out tour earlier this year, the LDRU mansion party collab, the SAFIA support tour, the festival appearances, the 28,000 people they have already performed for in 2019 - it has all just been a warm up. In a huge end of year climax Boo Seeka are taking their boundless energy on a 14 date road trip through their home state of New South Wales before jumping across to Indonesia for two massive shows beside the beach. Get your tickets At the Shoalhaven Bowls and Recreation Club from 8pm.

Relay for Life

Ulladulla, November 23

Step out around the grounds of the Ulladulla Civic Centre for the Relay For Life, community fundraising challenge from 9am. Teams will take turns walking around the track, signifying that cancer never rests - so neither do they. Celebrate cancer survivors, remember those lost, and fight back against the disease by raising important funds for Australia's leading cancer charity, Cancer Council.

Relay for life: Put on your walking shoes and help raise funds for Cancer Council at Ulladulla this weekend.

Relay for life: Put on your walking shoes and help raise funds for Cancer Council at Ulladulla this weekend.

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