KRR 98.7 FM goes Solar
Visitors to Kandos cannot miss the gleaming, solar panels on the roof of the Kandos Rylstone Community Radio building in Angus Ave. At a general meeting, some months ago it was proposed the radio station go solar. With air-conditioning for staff and equipment, transmitters, computers etc, Brent Barlow, President said, “Like everyone, our power bills are going up, but ours are particularly high due to our electrical equipment. The solar panels will help in cutting costs and hopefully will pay for itself soon.” The panels were installed by Matt Stone, ‘Stone Electric’ from Running Stream.
On September 19 students from Kandos High participated in an introduction to Mountain Biking. Riders were educated on safety aspects and basic skills at the Clandulla State Forest, Cross Country Trails. Thanks to Dave Standfield who volunteered as coach, trained to meet Department of Education standards. Dave loaned a number of bikes, supervised and rode with the students. We hope this will become a regular event in the future.
Lithgow Cars Visit Kandos Rylstone
Last Sunday twenty two cars from the Lithgow Vintage Car Club travelled to Kandos and Rylstone for lunch and to take in the scenes. The cars more than thirty years old, are most men’s dream cars. After visiting the Kandos Museum, President, Henri Hendriksen said, “The Museum is excellent!”
New stall holders are always welcome to join in. We look to showcase local talent, so if you create it, bake it, grow it or make it, and you live locally, call us. Held on the third weekend of the month. Call Rose on 6379 1179.
Mitchell Quartet plays Kandos Museum
The Mitchell Quartet plays an evening of music for String Quartet and Clarinet. Friday, September 29. The programme opens with "The Lark" by Haydn continues with music by Weber and Baermann, and concludes with Shostakovich's Quartet No 8 Op 110. Doors open 6:30pm. Tickets call 6379 4600 or visit kandosmuseum.org.au