What's happening around Pirie and district

In the swing

Baseball season

At Memorial Oval on Friday night: Baseball action. Minors 6pm - Tigers Gold v Tigers Black, Panthers v Cats; Majors 8pm - Panthers v Cats. Bar and canteen facilities available.

Port Pirie Market

Monthly Producers Market

Sunday, February 13 - 8.30am-12noon, Memorial Park, Memorial Drive. The Port Pirie Producers Market gives foodies the chance to buy from regional growers and producers. A variety of food and craft stalls will be available. Runs second Sunday of the month.

Leonard Park

Softball action

Join the teams and spectators at Leonard Park in the morning and afternoon on Saturday for softball action.

Art Wonderland

Naomi Hobson art exhibition

Until February 27 - Artist Naomi Hobson's work with be showing at the Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery. Adolescent Wonderland presents evocative photographic portraits of young Aboriginal people from her community of Coen on the Cape York Peninsula.

On the pitch

Cricket program

Cricket will be played in Port Pirie at the weekend with The Recorder's scribe Marc Congdon reporting on all the action on the pitch.

Enjoy the drive

Make the round-trip

Motorcyclists and motorists can take the round-trip from Port Pirie to Laura to Stone Hut to Wirrabara and through the Port Germein Gorge and back to Port Pirie. You can stop along the way for a pie or pastie at one of the bakeries on the route.

Take a stroll

Yummy icecream

Take a stroll along Solomontown Beach at the weekend to enjoy the sights and calming influence of the waves. Why not buy a soft-serve icecream or some donuts from Henley's van?

Live music

Gig at the Pig

Black Pig Bar and Grill - January 21. Doors open 8.30pm, age 18-plus, $15. Bands: Shatter Brain, Those Left Behind, Shattered Hourglass, Feed The Fire.

Wirrabara Producers Market

Yummy produce on display

January 16, 8:30am until 12:00 pm. High Street, Wirrabara. Held on the 3rd Sunday of every month, Wirrabara Producers market is a showcase of produce from the beautiful Southern Flinders Ranges. People travel from far and wide to sample and buy from the extensive range.

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Details to greg.mayfield@austcommunitymedia.com.au.