What’s On In Beechworth

Welcome to the Beechworth Community Calendar for all community events happening in Beechworth!

If you have an event happening within the 3747 postcode, please click on the Post Your Event button (below right). If you have any questions or would like help using the Calendar, please Contact Us


Certificate II in Kitchen Operations SIT20416
Feb 11 – Jul 1 all-day

*Industry-supported Cookery pre-apprenticeship course*
This innovative course will help you gain the practical skills you need to work in a commercial kitchen or catering operation. You will learn food preparation and presentation skills to help you gain employment in this dynamic industry!
Course highlights include:
– Pathway to an apprenticeship
– Industry supported
– Master classes
– Chef uniform + knife kit supplied
– Residential school fully funded/catered for regional students
– Mobile training kitchen for training and pop-up events

Taste of Italy – Vegetarian Cooking (7/4/19)
Apr 7 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Love Italian food? Love Vegetarian cooking? Join Resi on this fun and entertaining Italian Vegetarian Cooking workshop on 7 April 2019, 4-8pm. $55.

BYO wine or other beverage for our feast.

New recipes!

Booking via Quercus Beechworth on 03 5728 2386 or email: reception@quercusbeechworth.com.au

Apr 10 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Are you looking for work? Need a career change? Recently left school? Thinking about study?
Book in for an appointment at Quercus Beechworth. You will receive free, impartial career and employment advice.
We can assist with:
  •  Professional career advice and planning
  •  Local jobs information
  • Recognition of prior learning (RPL)
  • Work readiness programs
  • Job seeking skills
  • Workforce development
  • Referral to additional service providers
FREE advice from fully qualified Careers Practitioners
every second Wednesday of each month – 9am to 12 noon
Contact Jo at Quercus on 5728 2386 or Wodonga TAFE on 1300 698 233. 
Bookings essential


If you are unable to make the Wednesday Sessions,  contact Wodonga TAFE direct.  They can arrange another time or chat over the phone.

Beechworth ‘Botanica’ exhibition
Apr 12 @ 10:00 am – Apr 23 @ 4:00 pm
Beechworth 'Botanica' exhibition @ Beechworth Servicemens Memorial Hall,

A major exhibition displaying superb paintings from the best botanical artists from around Australia. On show will be 149 paintings from 72 artists that showcase a broad range of plant species unique to this country.
The very successful Beechworth Botanica exhibition was last held in 2017. This year, with the exhibition running throughout the Easter festivities in Beechworth, it promises to expand the reach of a wonderful range of paintings, that highlight the beauty of Australian flora, to a wider audience.

Flora of Australia. Beechworth Botanica. Discovering plants through Art.
Apr 12 @ 10:00 am – Apr 22 @ 4:00 pm
Flora of Australia. Beechworth Botanica. Discovering plants through Art. @ Beechworth Servicemen's Memorial Hall.

A major exhibition of Botanical Art displaying 149 paintings from 72 superb artists from the best botanical artists from around Australia will be showcasing a broad range of plant species unique to this country.
This will be the second Botanical art exhibition organized by Mayday Hills Art Society that features in part some of the paintings originally seen at the internationally popular Botanical Art Worldwide exhibition held in Canberra in May 2018.

Murmungee Giant Pumpkin Art Show and Festival
Apr 13 all-day

Family friendly Make It Bake It Grow It Festival with Children’s Activities, Live music from the Widows of the Parish, Flower arranging and other Workshops, Market, Art Show, silent Auction, with giant , best dressed and pumpkin pie competitions. Plus more

Drawing and Painting the Nude.
Apr 13 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Drawing and Painting the Nude. @ Mayday Hills Art Society
  1. This is 4 hours of drawing or painting with a series of short poses and then one long pose, to enable participants to complete a detailed drawing or painting. If you would like to use oil paints, please use low odour solvents- no turps. One hour for lunch. This is a regular life drawing session held on the second Saturday of every month.
Repair Cafe
Apr 13 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Repair Cafe @ Quercus Beechworth

Do you have items such as broken toys, mechanical items, tools that need sharpening, clothing repairs? then bring them up to Quercus for our generous repairers to fix. They love having a variety of things to repair!!!

Wander down to the Quercus garden (behind the bookshop) for this months Repair cafe from 10am to 12pm

Apr 13 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

There is compelling evidence that dietary patterns that include processed foods and animal products, even in moderation, are the leading cause of modern diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer. The evidence that plant based diets are health supporting is consistent across all types of research, particularly in regard to whole plant foods. 

Changing our eating patterns to include just one plant based meal a day can make measurable improvements to our health and wellbeing.  Those eating healthy vegan or vegetarian diets fare better than those eating even a healthy omnivorous diet.

This series of Workshops show how to make the change to a more plant-based diet with simple and delicious recipes, shopping tips and support, to improve your diet for health and longevity.

Anni Turnbull is a passionate advocate for the health benefits of plants, having completed a Certificate in Plant Based Nutrition through E-Cornell University.

Over the next 4 Workshops (second Saturday of each month), Anni will entice you with the delicious flavours and textures plant based cooking offers. 

Workshop No.1: “LAZY LUNCHES” – Quick, substantial meals that are portable, filling or light.  

Saturday 13 April 2019 from 6pm to 8pm

Enjoy eating what you’ve created and perhaps bring along a beverage to enjoy with the meal.

Beechworth Singers Concert
Apr 14 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Concert of scared music for Easter presented by the Beechworth Singers directed by Margaret Phillips and accompanied by Sandra Williams.