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Published April 5th 2018
7 free and fun events in November in Melbourne
This November, check out seven events for music lovers, history buffs, art fiends, festival-goers, budget hunters, and bibliophiles.
The 'Create Digger' Record Fair is on the 3rd of November 2018 at Preston Market (2/30A The Centreway, Preston). Join music lovers from all over town as they hit Melbourne's annual fair (entry is free).
Dig through some crates for some classic record finds. Credits: Melbourne Record Fair website
'A Nation Divided: The Great War and Conscription' is an exhibit at The Old Treasury Building that finishes after November 2018. In 1916 during the war, two referendums were held asking Australians to decide whether men should be conscripted to fight. This exhibition tells the story of this extraordinary period in Australian history. Old Treasury Building is located at 20 Spring Street in Melbourne.
'Endless Projection' is an art exhibit by Stephen Palmer at Blindside Gallery starting on the 14th of November 2018. This exhibition explores vision, image, and desire, through the use of photography and rotating video projection. Blindside Gallery is in Room 14, Level 7, Nicholas Building, at 37 Swanston Street in Melbourne.
Night Noodle Markets will be at Birrarung Marr in November again. The event is free entry and offers a diverse range of cuisine with a strong Asian influence.
Melbourne Music Week returns in November 2018. Along with many concerts and other ticketed events, there will also be the usual range of free performances to be held at various locations across Melbourne. Further information on events can be obtained from firstname.lastname@example.org in the months before.
The State Library is hosting an exhibition called 'World of the Book' from November 27th 2018. Read about historical landmarks, the history of books, and authors and view over 250 different texts. The State Library of Victoria is at 328 Swanston Street in Melbourne, and this exhibit will be at Dome Galleries on Level 4.
Explore the rich history of books. Credits: State Library website
'The Handmade Show - Crafters and Artisans Market' is on November 17th 2018. This free-entry market will be held at St Anthony's Parish Hall, 164 Neerim Road, in Glen Huntly. In addition to home-made wares, you can enjoy live music and children's activities. Stalls will display jewellery, candles, cakes, clothing and more.