Discover the great range of free and low cost events, festivals and exhibitions held in Glen Eira.
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Council's Gallery features regular curated survey and thematic exhibitions.
Council brings the community together in January, February and March with a series of free outdoor events.
Groove and Graze is a family friendly event held in local parks and gardens with a variety of food, a pop-up bar and live entertainment.
The Boyd family has contributed enormously to the richness and diversity of Australia’s artistic and cultural heritage through their creative endeavours in the arts.
Now an annual festival in June/July, the Storytelling Festival has evolved into the centrepiece of Glen Eira City Council’s Arts and Culture program.
The 2018 My Brother Jack Awards, now in its 23rd year, is a wonderful opportunity for writing and photography enthusiasts to showcase their talents and be in the running for some fantastic prizes.
A series of free outdoor events in some of Glen Eira’s most beautiful parks, reserves and open spaces.
We will be celebrating National Reconciliation Week 2017, by hosting an event on Sunday 27 May at Mallanbool Reserve, Murrumbeena.
Find your local not-for-profit community group events here.
Express your interest in participating in Glen Eira City Council’s Pet Expo event by completing an Expression of Interest (EOI).
Express your interest in participating in our community festivals or events.
Express your interest in participating in Glen Eira City Council’s community festivals or events by completing an Expression of Interest (EOI).
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