I HAVE to admit that we really are heading in to my favourite time of year in our region.
DEFENCE: Korea’s Su Jeong Jang will be aiming to defend her 2014 Mildura Grand International tournament title in Mildura this week.
There’s just something about autumn that makes this great district shine and between now and Easter the town will be abuzz with great events that always do us proud.
The 2015 Mildura Wentworth Arts Festival kicked off on Friday night in conjunction with the Twilight Sunraysia Farmer’s Market.
The festival launch set the scene for what is sure to be nine brilliant days of creativity across the region.
Saturday saw the annual Mildura Grand Tennis International begin in style.
This great event gives local tennis lovers the change to see some of this nation’s emerging tennis talent up close and personal.
I must say the curators at the Mildura Lawn Tennis Club should be very proud, with the courts looking amazing.
The Mildura Grand Tennis International runs all week and into the weekend, so make sure you try to take some time to pop down and enjoy the action.
On Sunday, March 15, Ouyen will be the first to see the All British Car Club and RACV’s Fly the Flag tour roll into town.
The tour will see about 190 vintage cars ferrying 330 people into the region, with a visit to Ouyen for Sunday lunch.
The tour will then travel to Mildura and spend two days visiting all we have to offer.
This is a great opportunity for local car enthusiasts to see some beautiful vehicles from a bygone era and show off their own pre-1982 vehicles. This is just one of a number of motor-vehicle events that are heading our way in the next 12 months.
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