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what’s on in Wagga Wagga this month?

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Travelling Film Festival
Showcasing acclaimed and award winning titles that would otherwise not be available.
When: Friday 6 to Sun 8 March 7pm
Where: Forum 6 Cinemas 77 Trail Street
Cost: From $10

Twilight by the Lagoon Finale
Guest vocalist, Frankie J Holden joins the Australian Army Band Kapooka singing a selection of rock and roll classics. Roving performers from The Fool Factory. Bring a picnic supper or purchase from a variety of food vendors.
When: Friday 6 March from 6pm, with the main concert from 7pm
Where: Wollundry Lagoon Amphitheatre, Burns Way, off Tarcutta Street
Cost: Free

Wagga Wagga Show and Shine
Vintage, classic, modern, custom cars and hotrods to motorcycles.
When: Sunday 22 March Gates open 9am
Where: Hillis Motor Group, Hammond Avenue
Cost: Adults $5, family $10, gate proceeds to CAN ASSIST

Wagga Wagga Homeleisurefest Roadshow 2015
Caravans and campers , RVs, boats, canoes, barbecues, cooking demonstrations, home wares and gourmet food. 
When: Friday 20 to Sun 22 March 10am to 5pm daily
Where: Wagga Showground, Bourke Street
Cost: Adults $12, seniors $10, children under 16 free

Riverina BMW Wagga Wagga Food and Wine Festival
Sample an array of local produce with more than 40 food and wine stalls on offer.
When: Saturday 28 March, 12pm to 10pm
Where: Civic Centre Precinct, entry off Tarcutta and Baylis Streets
Cost:  Adults $20 (includes complimentary wine tasting glass or stubby holder), children under 18 free

Click here for details of these and other events in the Wagga region this month.