8.30am-5.30pm Myrtleford Savoy Soccer Club, 252 Myrtle St.
Traditional rivals Myrtleford Savoy Soccer Club and Wangaratta City play head-to-head for the La Fiera Cup. Always a good crowd of supporters from both towns - this game is not one to miss. Main game commences at 3pm. Bring a chair and blanket.
Best canteen in the league with great Italian food available. Free entry.
8.45am-4pm Myrtleford Savoy Bocce Club, 252 Myrtle St.
Everyone is most welcome to play! Sign up at 8.45am with teams selected at random. Watch the teams play off against each other for a special trophy, then let the experts teach you how to play the game. Enjoy a meal and a drink whilst you are at the club. Free entry.
Enjoy a morning walk foraging for wild mushrooms with expert guides on the outskirts of Myrtleford. Learn the secret to finding these wonderful natural treasures and enjoy the option of tasting preserved mushrooms. Participants need to be fit and healthy and wear suitable footwear for walking in hilly terrain.
$35.30/person (no concessions).
This is an extremely popular event and is run subject to environmental conditions - On-line bookings will open at 9am Saturday 6th May 2017
11.30am-2pm Myrtleford Piazza, Clyde St.
Enjoy a taste of traditional food from the Trentino region in northern Italy.
On offer will be Polenta, Spezzatino (Beef Stew), Salsice (Continental Sausage) and Crauti (Sauerkraut). $15/person.
Available for separate purchase are Castagne (Roasted Chestnuts) and Strauben (Dessert), plus Michelini Wines will offer Vin Brulé (Mulled Wine) and wines of the region, including Marzemino, Teroldego and Pinot Grigio.
11.30am -1.00pm Entertainment by Mick Tenace signing and dancing in the Piazza
1.00pm Commedia Dell' Arte
2.00p.m Living Chess match
12pm-3pm Gapsted Wines, 3897 Great Alpine Rd.
Enjoy this three course culinary experience matched to Italian wine varietals.
Bookings recommended: (03) 5751 1383.
1pm Myrtleford Piazza, Clyde St.
Members of the Myrtleford Theatre Troupe are sure to delight the crowd with their witty and masked members roaming the crowd and short skit performance
2pm Myrtleford Piazza, Clyde St
Back in 1454 in the Italian town of Marostica, two young noblemen played a game of chess for the hand in marriage of the eldest daughter of the Lord of the town. The game was played in public using living people as the chess pieces. Join us as we re-invent this colourful re-enactment.
Gold coin donation appreciated
2pm-5pm Old School Museum, 29 Elgin St.
Visit the community museum and view presentations on Italian migration, the Italian P.O.W. Camp and migrant involvement in local agricultural industries (tobacco and forestry) and prominent families contribution to community life
Entry: $5 Adults, Concession $3, $1 Children.
5pm-6pm Adjacent to Piazza, Great Alpine Rd.
Come and unwind with a Spritz
$8 Aperol, Campari or Limoncello Spritz.
Enjoy an authentic woodfired pizza to complete your Italian experience.
6.30pm Club Savoy, 252 Great Alpine Rd.
Enjoy an Italian inspired feast at Myrtlefords Club Savoy.
Adults $28 (members $23), Children 6-12 $12.50, 13-17 $19.50, Children under 5 years free.
Bookings strongly recommended to avoid disappointment: (03) 5751 1296.