Questions great & small

If you’re searching for the meaning of life, this is the festival for you!

The Interrobang

The Interrobang is a new and unusual Festival of Questions. It is a festival shaped entirely by the public and is looking for the best questions in the world.

Participants on the website are invited to post a question (if they have one), and vote for their favourite questions. The festival takes place on November 27-28 when the most controversial, revealing, funny and insightful ideas will be presented to a panel for discussion.

For more information on tickets and locations (or to post a question), visit theinterrobang.wheelercentre.com

Mind Body Spirit Festival

The Mind Body Spirit Festival is Australia’s largest health, well-being and natural therapies event. This year the festival is at Melbourne Exhibition Centre from November 20-22.

The festival focuses on empowering the mind, improving the body and exploring the spirit. There will be over 200 exhibitors and a variety of free inspirational seminars, performances and sessions.

It’s a great way to discover the latest in natural health and well-being. Tickets cost $16 to purchase online and $20 at the door. For more information, head to www.mbsfestival.com.au

The Polish Festival

A celebration of Polish culture is headed to Melbourne. The Polish Festival is hitting Federation Square from 10am-5pm on Sunday, November 15.

The festival will showcase the food, language and customs of Poland through a variety of activities and events.

The day-long event attracts more than 50,000 visitors to sample the stalls or Polish wares and culinary treats, performances, art exhibitions and craft demonstrations.

This is a festival with something for everyone, including the children. And luckily, it’s a free event.

To find out more, visit www.polishfestival.com.au

Thessaloniki and Melbourne Sister City Festival

The Thessaloniki Association annual festival in Melbourne celebrates the relationship between the two cities. But this is a festival that begins with a twist.

A parade of musicians and dancers will start the festivities in the centre of Melbourne and move on to Federation Square. Once the groups reach Federation Square, the festival officially begins!

The festival features a variety of performances, Greek food, a food exhibition and promises to be lots of fun.

Businesses from both Greece and Melbourne will showcase their wares.

The festival will be held on Sunday, November 29, from 2pm until late. For more information, visit thessaloniki.org.au

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