TOP 5: Weekend tips for the Bega Valley

There's lots to do in the Bega Valley this weekend, although if the predicted rain arrives you may need to pack your gumboots!

Kirsty Umbers with her daughter Bridie and Sapphire Coast Anglican College principal Andrew Duchesne next to one of the old utes brought out for the upcoming country fair.

Kirsty Umbers with her daughter Bridie and Sapphire Coast Anglican College principal Andrew Duchesne next to one of the old utes brought out for the upcoming country fair.

1. Sapphire Coast Anglican College 20th anniversary Country Fair

The Bega and District Historical Machinery Club and the Volunteer Rescue Association will be attending, as well as sheep shearing, wood chopping, and blacksmith displays to see.

Plenty of children’s activities are available including a jumping castle, petting zoo, damper cooking and plaster mould painting. 

The fair will run from 10am until 2pm and while some activities will cost, entry is free. 

Read more about the fair and SCAC's history here.

2. A Day on the Green for Irene

The Trezise family of Wolumla – Wayne, Irene and their children Tegan, Dylan and Tanisha – invite the community to a huge fundraiser on Saturday.

The Trezise family of Wolumla – Wayne, Irene and their children Tegan, Dylan and Tanisha – invite the community to a huge fundraiser on Saturday.

A huge line-up entertainment at the Wolumla Hotel on Saturday is helping raise money for Irene Trezise's medical treatment. 

Ms Trezise is heading to Russia in September to undergo hematopoietic stem cell treatment (HSCT) and this one of the fundraising events to help the family with this costly treatment. 

On Saturday there will be host of entertainment including seven bands, face-painting, jumping castle and an auction.

There will be another event for the Trezise family on September 6.

Members of the Tathra community follow the new Aboriginal signs talking about Indigenous history in the area.

Members of the Tathra community follow the new Aboriginal signs talking about Indigenous history in the area.

3. Aboriginal sites walk in Tathra

Take a stroll and follow the new signs erected in Tathra between the Tathra Public School and the headland state important Indigenous sites. 

The signs were launched this week in Tathra. 

People visiting the signs can read and learn about local Indigenous history and culture. 

Aimee Francis will perform on Sunday at Bermagui Beach Hotel from 4pm.

Aimee Francis will perform on Sunday at Bermagui Beach Hotel from 4pm.

4. Aimee Francis rocks Bermagui

Australian rock chick Aimee Francis is back with a vengeance and a big single to start 2014.

When she isn't performing her original music, she is doing covers gigs all around the country.

Examples of her covers include such varied songs as Times Like These by Foo Fighters, Umbrella by Rihanna, Grenade by Bruno Mars, You Shook Me by AC/DC and Sweet Child Of Mine by Guns N Roses.  

She will be performing on Sunday at Bermagui Beach Hotel from 4pm. 

Bermagui and Tathra are both faces tough matches in this weekend's SCAFL round.

Bermagui and Tathra are both faces tough matches in this weekend's SCAFL round.

5. Aussie rules in Tathra

The Tathra Sea Eagles and the Bermagui Breakers are facing tough matches this weekend. 

The Sea Eagles need to overcome the Narooma Lions to secure a second chance, while the Breakers could face an elimination final if it loses to Merimbula. 

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