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The La Fiera festival returns to Myrtleford, bigger and better than ever in 2017

Kicking off with Celebrazie Michelini at Michelini Wines on Tuesday 17 May.

Come and see cooking demonstrations by noted chefs Stefano Manfredi and Patrizia Simone as well as Nonni in Cucina cooking demonstrations. There will be wild mushroom forages to keep you busy, live music, annual barista race and grape stomping competition.

Enjoy the village atmosphere of Saturdays Food and Wine Festa where you can try local wines and traditional dishes made by local Circolo's making authentic dishes from their various regions in Italy. Entertainment until 4:30pm including performances by Toni Marchi, Mick Tenace, the School of Tarantella, comedian James Liotta and the Wangaratta West Primary School.

There will be a fabulous feast of food and wine from the Trentino region of northern Italy, heritage displays, including local historical displays at the Old School Museum and a special mass to celebrate St. Anthony of Padua in the Piazza (town square)

Watch full day of soccer matches and a bocce competition, pizza dough throwing demonstrations, films, commedia dell art and the return of the Living Chessmatch

This will truly be five days of fun, the Italian way.

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