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Lexton, 13 March 2024

Lexton Public Hall, VIC, Dja Dja Wurung Country 

Lexton Public Hall stands on the traditional lands of the Dja Dja Wurung People.

On 6 December 1894 the town held a public meeting to look into creating a public hall for Lexton. They purchased the Doctors Creek School and moved it to Lexton to use as the hall in 1899. Over the years it has been the venue for everything from Roller Skating Carnivals in the first two decades of the twentieth century to Lexton’s first moving picture show which was about the Boer War; Saturday night dances, the annual round of Balls, and special occasions such as anniversaries of Community groups and Horticultural Shows. The Infant Health Centre also operated from one of the ante-rooms, having opened in 1958. It has seen dances, engagements, birthday and anniversaries parties. Regular events like Cuppa with a Councillor, movie nights, auctions and BBQs are held in the hall.

Festival of Small Halls rolls into Lexton on Wednesday, 13 March 2024 with Svavar Knútur and The Maes. 

Come along from 6pm for a soup and bread roll supper and enjoy the bar provided by the Lexton Hall Committee in the Supper Room. 

Tickets are priced at:
Full Admission – $25
Concession Admission (Pensioners, Health Care Card, Tertiary Student ) – $20
Child Admission (Aged 15 and Under – Must Be Accompanied By An Adult) – $10
Click here to purchase tickets.
Alternatively, you can purchase tickets locally at Lexton Post Office.

Doors Open 6.30pm
Show Starts 7.00pm

Lexton Public Hall has accessible entry (double doors at front are wheelchair accessible).

This show is supported by Australia Post. 

Festival of Small Halls events take place in venues operating under an approved VIC Health Covid Safe Event Checklist, and has stringent Workplace Health and Safety requirements for all travelling artists and crew. Under the terms and conditions of all events, you must not attend if you have any symptoms of Covid-19.

Please do your bit to protect others and keep your community safe.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through Creative Australia, its arts funding and advisory body.

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