Has Valentine's Day crept up on you this year? Are you looking at your options weighing up what to do with yourself on February 14?
We have scoured the interwebs and picked out what's going on in Wagga this year for V-Day, whether it's by yourself, with your partner or your partner for the evening there's something here for everyone.
Riverine Club romance
If you've gotten your RSVP in, you'll make it to the Riverine Club Valentine's Day barbecue on Friday evening. Dress in your smart casual best and relax in the grounds of the Sturt Street club. Find out more here.
Spoil your loved one and yourself with the delicious, locally grown range of wines poured direct from the source. Enjoy a menu for two also featuring premium produce from across the Riverina.
Love is on the cocktail menu at The Hampden with the Lovers Martini a steal at $10 and two for one pizzas. Singles aren't forgotten either - there's a delicious Be My Galentine concoction also on the cocktail list.
Cosy up at The Loft
The revamped room overlooking Baylis Street is open for a two-course meal and live music from Sam Heffernan. Bookings are essential and you can find out more here.
Magic at Melba's
Melba's has options galore with a two-course or three-course set menu - $59 and $69 respectively - and every ticket includes a complimentary drink on arrival. Join the You Bake Me Crazy celebrations and make a reservation. Find out more here.
Chocolate, chocolate, chocolate
There's a $60 three-course menu at the Junee Licorice and Chocolate Factory with your name on it. Relax to live music from Millie and Harry with your loved one as you take in an entree, main and indulgent chocolate dessert. Limited spots available, call the factory to book. Find out more here.
Willing to lie about how you met?
Tinderellas and Tinderfellas, you're invited to the Love At First Swipe party up the stairs at Que from 8pm. Catch the cupids as you head inside to get your colour-coded wristband, reset your Tinder and bring the radius right down low and it could change your life. Entry is free, Centennial will bring the R&B bangers in Franks and there's a bar tab up for grabs for the person with the most matches by midnight. Find out more here.
The Roseleigh kitchen witches are preparing for the feast of St Valentine, with doors opening at the Witchery at 6.30pm for pre-dinner drinks on Friday evening. There's a three-course dinner, psychic and tarot readers and live music from the Cold Stoned Roses. Cost is $58 per head, bookings are essential. Find out more here.
Just like the real thing
Celebrate Dolly Parton's greatest hits at Everybody Loves Dolly, a tribute show by local musician Phoebe Pinnock at the Rules Club. Listen to the songs that defined her career and take a journey through the story of her life. Tickets are $75 through Eventbrite and the cost covers a two-course mean by chef Nathan Gale. Find out more here.
Fancy a little more risque upskilling?
Wagga Pole Studio's putting on a special Valentine's Day class for those over 18. It'll set participants back $39, heels are optional. Find out more here.
Loved up, looking for love or just out for a party on Valentine's Day, it doesn't matter. There's a traffic light party at the Vic with live music from Radio Velvet between 8.30pm and 12.30am before the DJ takes over until close. Dress in your preferred colour - green for single, yellow for maybe or red for taken. Find out more here.
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