MAYNE Street cafe offers school holiday cooking classes
Stephanie Limn owner of the Mayne Street Café is offering cooking classes for children during the school holidays.
The classes run for two hours at a cost of $25 per child.
I called into the class on Wednesday and there were 15 children sitting around a table rolling out the dough to make their own shaped cookies.
Others were making pancakes. If your children are interested in cooking this is a great way to get them started.
The next class is Wednesday, July 19 and the children will be baking. For information on the classes and bookings call Stephanie 6374 1738.
Gulgong gold experience offers gold panning
The Gulgong Gold Experience is fast becoming one of the major tourist attractions in the region and is situated on the exact spot where Thomas Saunders found gold in 1870.
The attraction features audio and visual displays as well as an underground mine shaft which gives visitors an insight into life in the gold rush days.
If you like to be hands-on gold panning will be available every day from 1pm to 3pm during the school holidays. Gravel from local gold bearing creeks is brought in regularly.
The cost is $5 for adults $3 for children $15 for families Activity bags including pan hire $5 each.
Bags contain genuine gems or gold covered stones with plastic vial and a gold souvenir poppet head coin.
For bookings and further information please call 0458487706.
Youth Council Fun
We're hosting a bunch of FREE activities for youth (12-25) across the region these school holidays. Hope to see you there.
Crafternoon Tuesday, July 17 2pm-4.30pm Gulgong Library, free. Badge making, express style in this fun up-cycling activity. Hama beads, make something practical or crazy.
Get your creativity flowing and go 80s retro or just funky. Survival bands, be ready for just about anything to happen at anytime with your own home made paramore bracelet.
Please join us for our next Monday History Talk on August 6, 10:30am at Mudgee Library.
Come along and hear special guest Peter Johnson speak about his new book - Far and Faint, a history of the 1870s Gulgong Goldrush.
Peter will also be speaking at the Gulgong CWA Hall, 80 Herbert Street at 2pm.
To book call Rachel Carr 6378 2740.