Adelaide Plains Male Voice Choir

Auburn Institute – Sunday 24th February

Perform an exclusive show 2pm – 4pm on Sunday 24th February,
It the in air conditioned, refurbished AUBURN INSTITUTE
Your ticket includes a complimentary afternoon tea after the show.
Book tickets at $20 Tickets also avail at the door $25.

Enquiries – Free Call 1300 907 284

Christmas Eve

Centenary Park, Auburn – Mon 24th Dec 2018

Xmas BellsAuburn Traders and ACDC invite the Auburn and wider community to gather in Centenary Park Auburn, from 6pm on Monday 24th December, to celebrate Christmas Eve with family and friends. Bring along chairs and picnic rugs. BBQ and drinks available. Santa arrives at 7.30pm
Carols, Kids Games and Face Painting, Raffle and more…
Come celebrate
Making Spirits Bright

Decorate Auburn for Christmas

Centenary Park. – Sat. 8th December 2018

ALL WELCOME: Decorate Auburn for
Christmas Working Bee! Saturday, 8th
December, 9:30am. Meet in Centenary Park.

Shop Local Promotion This Christmas!

Bike PrizeAuburn businesses – 1st-24th Dec. 2018

How it works: Spend $25* at any of the participating businesses listed below and receive a free ticket to go into the draw for this new “vintage” bike! Shop between the 1st-24th December, 2018. The draw will occur at Christmas in the Park on Christmas Eve.
Winner will be notified.
The following Auburn businesses are participating:
Auburn CWA; Colours of Auburn; A Joyful Bunch; Terroir; Taylors Wines; Mt Horrocks Wines; IGA; KT Wines; Linhay Gallery; Simpsons Rices Creek; Wool and Fibre Shop; BP Roadhouse; The Rising Sun Hotel
*one ticket for a transaction of $25 or more.

Auburn Spring Fete

AUBURN-SPRING-FETE-2018Auburn Institute –  Sun. 4th NOV. 10.00am until 4.00pm

Auburn Institute to provide a wonderful home for the inaugural Auburn Spring Fête.
Organised by members of the Hall Committee, the fête is to be a fundraiser to help cover the annual running costs of the iconic Auburn Institute, now owned and cared for by the Auburn Community.
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