What’s On : January 2019

When the last of the pavlova has been demolished and the Christmas ham is on its last legs (quite literally), some of us are relishing in the limbo between Christmas and new year not knowing what day of the week it is, how long the kids have been outside riding their bikes or what the hell you’re having for dinner.

For those of you already setting your sights on the new year, I’ve put together a list of the happenings on the Mornington Peninsula in January. It’s a great time to check out some local spots or for visitors to discover why we love to call the peninsula ‘home’.

I hope you discover something made, beautiful scenes or something to eat on the Mornington Peninsula in the new year.

xLC


MARKETS

Red Hill Community Market | Saturday 5th Jan | 8am – 2pm

Emu Plains Twilight Market | Saturday 5th Jan | 3pm – 8pm

Mornington Racecourse Twilight Market | Thursday 10th Jan | 3pm – 8pm

Mornington Racecourse Market | Sunday 13th Jan | 9am – 2pm

Emu Plains Twilight Market | Saturday 19th Jan | 3pm – 8pm

Point Nepean Portsea Market |Sunday 20th Jan | 9am – 2pm

Little Beauty Twilight Market | Saturday 26th Jan | 3pm – 8pm


FESTIVALS + EVENTS

Peninsula Summer Music Festival | Tuesday 1st Jan – Sunday 13th Jan | World-class music, food + wine in unique spaces across the Mornington Peninsula

Barefoot Cinema @Portsea | Tuesday 1st Jan – Tuesday 8th Jan | doors open 6pm, film starts 9pm | showing…Mission Impossible, Whitney, Ladies in Black, Andy Irons : Kissed by God, Paddington 2, Pulp Fiction + A Simple Favour

Barefoot Cinema @Mount Martha | Friday 11th Jan – Sunday 13th Jan | doors open 6pm, film starts 8:45pm | showing…Grease, The Lion King + Love Actually.

Open Air Cinema @Mercetta Mornington | Friday 18th Jan – Spice World + Friday 25th Jan – Priscilla. *More dates in Feb + March too!

Sand Sculpting Australia presents Peter Pan @Boneo Maze + Mini Golf | Until Monday 28th Jan

Enjoy delicious food and drinks while you watch a movie at Mercetta in Mornington
Relive all the joy of childhood when Sand Sculpting Australia presents Peter Pan at Boneo Maze
Join some friends and watch a movie in some of the Mornington Peninsula’s most gorgeous natural settings at the Barefoot Cinema.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s