What’s On : May 2019

With winter well and truly on its way, you’d be forgiven for wanting to retreat indoors this May. The Mornington Peninsula boasts a wide selection of venues and indoor events and for those willing to brave the elements, some outdoor events too. The outdoor markets have packed up their tents for the cooler months and the indoor markets come alive. Bands and performing artists are set to entertain intimate crowds at cozy bars and wineries across the Mornington Peninsula. Not to mention art shows and workshops galore. My pick for the month of May? Hands down, the weaving workshop with the clever Kate of The Little Beastie, which will have you set for the perfect craft to keep you hands warm all winter!

Easy Easter Paper Egg Mobile

The count down is on! Easter is just around the corner and the shops are filled with Easter paraphernalia of biblical proportions. No surprises though, I don’t mind some subtle hand made touches of festive joy, bonus points if it can be packed flat or recycled after the last hot cross bun has been devoured. And no doubt, like me, your kids are keen to upend the craft box and get making then I’ve got just the project for you this Easter. Learn how to make these simple 3D Paper Eggs.

What’s On : July 2018

I’ll be the first to admit that in the depths of winter I am more than happy curled up on the couch, enjoying the warmth of the fire with a hot drink in hand. Venturing out in hostile weather can seem less than inviting so one could be forgiven for making like a bear and hibernating during July or escaping to a toasty northern holiday destination. Lucky for those of us still in Victoria, the Mornington Peninsula knows how to turn it on any time of the year, serving up some hearty events for the month of July.