Colac & District: Events

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All year

Lions Club Market, Colac

Colac Lions Club Market

Held on the third Sunday of each month (excluding March) in Memorial Square, Colac, 9am–2pm. Fresh produce, preserves, garden plants, refreshments, music and sausage sizzle.

Contact Jan Dowie (03) 5231 4235 or email.

September 2017

Community Hub 10 Year Celebration, Colac, Friday 8 September 2017

Celebrating 10 years of the Community Hub Inc. and the enormous contribution from volunteers and stakeholders from across the Shire.

Entertainment will include HubGaming sessions in the Community Learning Centre and music, free BBQ, displays, formal speeches and presentations.

3–6pm Community Hub Inc., 34 Connor Street, Colac. Contact (03) 5231 2822 or by email.

Roller Derby State Finals, Colac, Saturday 9 September 2017

Otway Derby Dolls and Geelong Roller Derby League present the 2017 Statewide Stampede. Market stalls, panther face painting, food & drinks available, awesome raffle prizes.

Live entertainment from Wayne Fitsgerald and OK Hollands.

9.50am Bluewater Colac. Tickets $8 from Hulms Bakery and Botanic Cafe, Colac and the Deans Marsh Shop.

Light the Night – Colac, Friday 22 September 2017

Now in its tenth year, Light the Night is a unique event bringing together Australia's blood cancer community.  Join the local Colac community to remember and reflect during a moving ceremony and short lantern walk.

Those attending raise money beforehand to help local families facing blood cancer the emotional and practical support that will light the way forward.

  Light the Night

Families and friends will come together at dusk on Friday 22 September to carry one of three coloured lanterns; gold to remember a loved one, white for their own blood cancer journey, or blue to show they care. 

Thanks to its supporters, the Leukaemia Foundation helps more than 750 families from regional Australia each year by providing free accommodation in capital cities so they can access life-saving treatment at major hospitals.

 The charity also offers free transport to medical appointments, counseling, information, education and practical support to families when they need it most.

6–8pm, Memorial Square, Colac. Contact Katherine Monotti, 1800 500 088 or by email.

On the Air, Cororooke, Friday 29 September 2017

A night of comedy at its best when comedy legend Michael Veitch teams up with brilliant youngster Simon Oats to revive the golden era of 1940s radio drama. Catch all the excitement behind the mic and behind the scenes! 
Tickets from, Cowlick Books, Colac, or Cororooke Shop. $30 and $15 for students.

7.30 pm The Carolyn Theatre, Cororooke