If you are planning a holiday, November is a good time to come and stay at Glencoe as there are things to do in Deloraine, Sheffield and events happening all around us at Glencoe Guesthouse.
If you are in Launceston before coming to Glencoe and fly fishing is your thing, then there is the Fly-Fishing Film Tour 2023, Rise, in Launceston on October 25th.
The RISE FLY FISHING FILM FESTIVAL is back for its 15th annual season, now an official part of the world FLY FISHING FILM TOUR (F3T)!
This film tour brings you a top-notch selection of short films that are sure to get you fired up for the fly-fishing season.
The 2023 tour features international locations from Patagonia to the Yokanga, as well as local films from Cape York, the Victorian Highlands and Tasmania.
Experience the achievement of a permit slam, follow one man’s journey from Mexico to the waters of Wyoming, explore the best international waters and compete for the legendary “belt buckle.”
Join us for a journey of adventure, friendship and the best fly-fishing action and so many more things to do in Deloraine, Sheffield and the surrounding area.
The Fly-Fishing Film Tour is the original and largest fly fishing film event of its kind in the world and is now partnered with local fly fishing film festival RISE to bring you even more fly fishing.
Come for the action and stay for the giveaways and camaraderie that will feed your fishing addiction.
The Tasmanian Craft Fair is the largest display, sale and working demonstration of all types of crafts in the Southern Hemisphere, held annually over 4 days on the November long weekend in the picturesque town of Deloraine.
It’s on from Friday 3rd to Monday 6th November. If you’re after things to do in Deloraine…then it’s just a short 40 minute drive from Glencoe B&B and makes a nice day trip, especially if you base yourself at Glencoe for a few days…you only have to unpack once.
The 42nd Tasmanian Craft Fair will showcase more than 240 exhibitors, entertainment, feature artists, the Premier’s Arts Prize, working craft demonstrations and much more.
It’s the largest exhibition of Tasmanian craftspeople in the state, with the added bonus of select artisans from mainland Australia. Details at https://www.tascraftfair.com.au/event-information
Mural Fest 2023 is being held in Sheffield on the 6 – 11 November. It will be big as it is the 20th anniversary of Mural fest.
Mural Fest is both a mural art competition and festival held annually in Sheffield, Tasmania’s ‘Town of Murals’.
The first of its kind in the world, the competition is held in Mural Park, a purpose-built ‘outdoor art gallery’ in the heart of Sheffield, which attracts artists and visitors from around Australia and the world.
This year’s theme is “The Spirit of Adventure.” There will be lots of activities taking place in the lead up to and during Mural Fest including ‘Paint A Square’ on the Spirit of Adventure Mural at the Sheffield Arts Centre.
Additionally, there will be the Spirit of Adventure Through the Lens Photography Contest, the Spirit of Adventure Kids Art Contest, a Virtual Reality Demonstration Mural Painting Event and Working Arts Space Sheffield’s ‘Warm is the Colour’ Exhibition at the Sheffield Art Gallery.”
If you are a photographer – consider putting in an entry, as entries don’t close until the 1st of November. It’s the first time there has been a photography competition. Head to the website https://muralfest.com.au/
Mount Roland Folk Festival is a Folk Federation of Tasmania event, celebrating the best of Tasmanian and Australian Folk music & dance.
This year, the festival will take place within the beautiful community of Sheffield, Tasmania from Friday 17th November – Sunday 19th November.
You can visit the website http://www.mountrolandfolkfest.org/ to see the extensive line up of talent at this year’s festival. It will be a fun weekend of Music, Dance, Culture, Poetry and Learning.
So, if you’re looking for things to do in Deloraine and for lots of varied and fun events in and around Sheffield, Tasmania – then why not stay with us?
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