FINE weather and a raft of entertainment drew a strong turnout to Mildura Wentworth Arts Festival events over the weekend and among the acts to delight those in attendance were “The Three Amigos (Plus Skippy)” troupe of Nathaniel Forward, Jose Rosales, Carlos Paredes and Elio Pagliarulo. Picture: Louise DongesTHE Mildura Wentworth Arts Festival officially launched with a rip-roaring river party on Friday night.
2015 Mildura Wentworth Arts Festival: Feast for the senses ALL SMILES: Alina Lumena and Nelly Zahinda, both from Mildura, enjoy a night out at the arts festival launch on Friday. Picture: Louise Donges
JOINING FORCES: Wentworth artists Dorothy Adair, Clair Bates and Marg Whyte launched their collaborative exhibition in Wentworth at the weekend.
YOUNG ARTISTS: Rahmatullah Akbary, 11, Amir Houssain Jafari, 10, Roghayeh Jafari, 8, and Haniyeh Jafari, 13, took part in the Intertnational Women’s Day celebration at Jaycee Park yesterday. The event was run by Mildura’s Amnesty International branch and Art Mildura as part of the Mildura Wentworth Arts Festival. Picture: Josephine Gibney
Isabel, 11, Felicity, 14, and Julie Kinnersly relax at the twilight farmers market on Friday evening.
Mildura’s Ryan Hammerton with his sons Elliott and Max on Friday night. Pictures: Louise Donges
Elaine Green, Damian Green and Ruth Hunter, from Fruits of Temptation at Curious Grace Cafe, were among stallholders to showcase their products at the twilight farmers market on Friday night, which officially launched this year’s Mildura Wentworth Arts Festival.
Melbourne’s Lidia and Daniel Zmole, with Naomi, 8, were among the large crowd at the official launch of the Mildura Wentworth Arts Festival.
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