Legends in the making
Wagga Academy of Ballet: A League of Their Own | Friday-Saturday, December 6-7 | Wagga Civic Theatre
The 2019 annual student showcase will see dancers take on their own interpretations of legends past and present. Inspiration will come from those they consider to be legendary in dance and music who have left their mark on the lives of others.
Browse unique art
Recycled art sale | Saturday, December 7 | 8 Nardoo St Glenfield Park
Karen Sussyer has taken her hobby to the next level as she prepares to put her recycled art on sale. Made from old cans, tin and wire scraps, the colourful flower arrangements make a perfect addition to any garden or home just in time for Christmas. Items will be on display from 9am to 2pm.
Riding for reason
Combined Riders of Wagga Toy Run | Saturday, December 7 | Wagga Civic Centre
The annual Toy Run raising money to give toys to less fortunate children at Christmas will finish at the Civic Centre this year. After riding through Jubilee Oval car park, Forest Hill Park, Apex Park, Henwood Park and Ashmont Oval, the afternoon will feature family entertainment including a jumping castle, raffles and an auction.
Trip down the rabbit hole
Allegro Ballet School: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland | Sunday, December 8 | Wagga Civic Theatre
In a new style of ballet, students will deliver a year's worth of learning into one magical performance unlike any other. Dancers will tell the classic story of Alice following the White Rabbit into Wonderland through modern moves, stunning costumes, sound, lighting and a unique stage setting.
Shop local this Christmas
River and Wren Market | Sunday, December 8 | Wagga Showgrounds
Browse the ever expanding range of handmade, homemade and homegrown products from around the region, strolling through more than 110 stalls. With this weekend's markets having an added touch of festivity ahead of Christmas, see if you can snag a bargain.