This week is the final MOFO Sessions at Harvest, with two show-stopping performances that will keep your hips swinging and feet tapping until the triumphant return of Mona Foma come January 2020. Kicking things off are the Runaway Belles bringing folk-pop harmonies so flawless their mums can’t even tell who’s singing. HipHop MessedUp Trio will then be turning up the heat with funked up beats, acoustic electric sounds, and explorations of groove and harmony. Our very own Corey from Wanderlust will be stepping out of the kitchen and onto the stage playing the electric base, so come and grab a fistful of falafel wrap, masticate to the music, and get your weekend started right.

To go in the draw to win a festival pass to MONA FOMA 2020, make sure you complete a MOFO Sessions Visitor Survey – this is your chance to tell the organisers what you think of the performances and make suggestions for an even better show next year.

Harvest welcomes back All Things Cherry with delicious cherry pies, shortbreads and marmalades, and can’t wait for the return of their freshly picked cherries come Summer. For your fresh berry fix this weekend, buy a punnet or three from Bioberries or Sheffield Berry Gardens, but make sure you get in quickly before they sell out!

Have you heard that Huski Greens are now bringing chemical-free baby leafy greens and baby root vegetables to the market?! Their Baby French Breakfast Radish, Baby Sparkle Rocket and Baby Hakurei Turnips are bursting with youthful flavour and will turn your plate into a playground.

There is plenty to see and do in and around Launceston this weekend. Get your Christmas shopping sorted at the Niche Market Bazaar this Saturday 30th November from 8am, then take the kids to the Launceston Tramway Museum for a twilight tram ride from 7pm – 9pm. Or for the energetic ones among us, join one of the many rides on offer as part of Sally’s Ride this Sunday, from the 10km off-road family ride to the 160km Grand Fondo!

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