Saturday, November 27, Naracoorte Sheep Pavilion, 7.30pm, tickets available at https://www.countryarts.org.au/events/barefaced-stories/#main-event. See and hear from community members, take to the stage armed only with a true-life tale. They are honest, raw, vulnerable, wear their heart on their sleeve, and are some of the bravest folk you'll meet.
Join in the fun
Every Saturday, starting at Naracoorte Swimming Lake, 8am; it is a timed, five kilometre, mixed terrain course that covers part of the Creek Walk and through the parklands. People can run, jog or walk, and can do it on their own or bring some friends. It is free to take part, but participants do need to register on the Parkrun website prior to the day.
Night of dance
Fight MND Danceathon
Sunday, November 28, Naracoorte Town Hall, 1.30pm. Help fight motor neurone disease at a fundraiser for FIghtMND. Entry is a gold coin donation and there will be afternoon tea provided and a raffle and lucky squares. The event is hosted by Debbie Davis School of Dance.
Carter's Foodland Christmas Pageant
Friday, December 3, Smith St, Naracoorte, from 5pm; parade of floats, food stalls, entertainment and more to enjoy.
Historic Vehicle Club Markets
Saturday, December 11, Sheep's Back Museum complex, 8am-11.30am, market includes local produce, plants, homemade goods, arts and crafts, bric-a-brac and more. There will be a sausage sizzle available and the historic vehicle display will be open. New stallholders welcome - for information, contact Daphne 0438 622 143.
Carols in the Square
Sunday, December 19, Smith St, Naracoorte, 6.30pm-9pm; Free event, come along and enjoy a family friendly evening with lots of entertainment, BYO chair or blanket. For more information contact Leah Davenport 0439 340 539.
Limestone Coast Food Market
Sunday, December 19, Smith St, Naracoorte, 9am-1pm; best of seasonal produce, foods and other locally produced goods and crafts. For more information contact Patrick 0404 253 615.
Children's Christmas Eve Service
Friday, December 24, Naracoorte Town Hall, 6.45pm-8.45pm; free contemporary service led by children in a mix of storytelling and carols, light supper provided. For more information contact 8762 2517.
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