Friday, July 13
Holiday Fun: Tea light candle holders and colourful lanterns. Friday, July 13 Mudgee library at 10am. For children nine to 12 years, $5. For bookings call 6378 2740.
Mudgee Small Farm Field Days: July 13-14 2018 at the Australian Rural Education Centre. The Central West NSW’s premier field days event, with an extensive range of demonstrations, talks, lectures. Since 1977 the event has been connecting people living on the land with suppliers of the widest possible range of goods and services. The two day event thrives on the opportunity for business, learning, and an enjoyable family day out.
Monday, July 16
Crafternoon: Monday, July 16 2pm-4pm. Lots of different crafts to sample or sing your teeth into. Survival bands, badge making and tie-dye. Bring along a light coloured content t-shirt or bag and give it a permanent dose of your own artistic flair. Kandos Library, free. Mid-Western Regional Youth Council.
Tuesday, July 17
Crafternoon: Tuesday, July 17 2pm-4pm. Lots of different crafts to sample or sing your teeth into. Survival bands, hama beads and badge making. Express your style in this fun up-cycling activity and create your own funky badges. Make some for yourself and for friends. Gulgong Library, free. Mid-Western Regional Youth Council.
Science Circus: Join us for fun and learning as we use experiments to learn how things work. For ages three to five from 10am-11am, free. Mudgee Library. For bookings call 6378 2740.
Wednesday, July 18
Mug Decorating: Make your very own special mug to enjoy nice warm drinks on cold winter nights. For ages six to eight $5 per child. Mudgee Library. For bookings call 6378 2740.
Free story telling: Wednesday, July 18 10.15am Mudgee Library.
Thursday, July 19
Dodgeball: Thursday, July 19 2pm-3.30pm Victoria Park, Mudgee, free. Get your blood pumping on a cold winters day with dodgeball fun. Grab your friends and try to be the last person standing. Enclosed flat footwear must be worn. Mid-Western Regional Youth Council.
All About Wool: Join us for a spinning wheel demonstration as we learn about wool, and make a wooly sheep mobile. For ages three to five $5 per child. Mudgee Library 2pm-3pm. For bookings call 6378 2740.
Plaster Painting: Choose a plaster mould to paint and decorate any way you’d like. For ages six to eight, $5 per child. Mudgee Library. For bookings call 6378 2740.
Red Cross: The next meeting for the Red Cross Trundle branch will be Friday, July 6 at 2pm at the CWA rams. All welcome.
Yoga: Thursday’s in July at the Elephant Emporium. 11am Laughter yoga and 12noon Meditation. Both $10. For individual sessions by appointment Reiki, seated relax massage, emotional freedom technique. For more information call Loretta 0487 248 955.
Friday, July 20
Wonglepongs: Weaving weird and wacky make believe creatures. For ages nine to 12, $5 per child. Mudgee Library. For bookings call 6378 2740.
Harp of Erin Irish Music Festival: The Harp of Erin Hotel, Gulgong operated from 1871-1875. It was owned by Irishman Pat Gallon. Irish Music all weekend starting at 8pm Friday night right through until Sunday afternoon. From July 20-22, for more information call 0263741166.
Friday, July 27
All Ages Concert: Justice Crew will be performing at Parklands Resort Mudgee on Friday, July 27. Mudgee Visitor Information Centre, 84 Market Street, Mudgee or online at www.visitmudgeeregion.com.au. The concert is all ages.
Book bouncers teen book club: First Tuesday of each month. Mudgee Library 3.45pm-4.45pm.
Monday, August 6
CWA Evening Branch: They are having their next meeting on MONDAY 6th August at 5.50pm, 48 Market Street. If you are new to town
Or not and would like to meet a dynamic group of ladies please drop in, we would love to meet you. Our newly re-furbished rooms are available for hire for any number of functions and catering is also available upon request. Contact: Annie 0457 426 480.
Saturday, August 11
Mudgee & District Kennel & Obedience Club: annual weekend of shows & trials! Why not come along and check out a great display of wonderful breeds of dogs and some amazing teamwork with their handlers! Visit www.facebook.com/mudgeekennelobedience/.
Mudgee Readers' Festival: The Mudgee Readers’ Festival is a fun weekend event based around sharing stories, ideas and laughter. Find your story on August 10-12, as they bring a brilliant bunch of writers to town to share their work with avid readers of all ages. Mudgee Young Readers’ Festival, MRF Book Club, Story Club, music trivia and more. Visit www.mudgeereaders.com/.
Saturday, August 18
Bogan Bingo: You can now buy tickets online (booking fee applies) for Mudgee Public Schools 'Bogan Bingo' night. Come along for a great night of laughs, fun, and prizes run by professional 'BOGANS' You don't have to have kids at the school to enjoy this adults only fun night. Visit www.stickytickets.com.au/70812.
We're hosting a bunch of FREE activities for youth (12-25) across the region these school holidays. Hope to see you there.Youth Council