Mudgee Performing Arts Society takes the classic tale and gives it the full pantomime treatment, complete with shimmering magic, fantastic music and interactive fun for all ages.
Saturday, March 23
Life Casting Sculpture Workshop - Hand Casting & Mould Making. Spend a truly unique weekend in Mudgee with casting superstar, Claire Tennant Workshop, and discover the true meaning of 'hands on'. For more information contact Kay Norton-Knight 0428 635 993 email@example.com
Mudgee Region Food and Drink Trail. Follow it. A culinary adventure through the Mudgee Region, sampling expertly crafted local food and drink matches. Traverse the Trail alone, in a couple or with a group of friends and discover a delectable drop with a small bite at each participating venue.
A Trail Pass is your key to each pairing, offering vouchers which are exchangeable for a taste of beer, wine, spirits or non-alcoholic option alongside a tasty morsel of locally inspired food. Venues include local cafes, restaurants, picturesque wineries as well as the local brewery. Each pass contains five vouchers and there is no limit to pass purchases per person.
There will be a Hop On/Hop Off Bus Service running throughout on Saturday, March 23 only for an additional cost.
Sunday, March 24
An old time dance in aid of the Baird Institute for heart and lung surgical research will be held at Gulgong Bowling club. Sunday, March 24 from 12.30pm to 4.30pm. Please bring a plate. $10 admission with raffle and lucky door prizes. For more information call Pat on 6372 6619 or 0458 135 688.
Friday, March 29
Cindarella is coming to town. Friday, March 29 to Sunday, April 7. Tickets are on sale now at mpas.org.au, or at the special pop up box office at Mudgee Library every Saturday morning.
Saturday, March 30
Rhythm and Rhyme. Join the Mudgee Readers' Festival for an afternoon of wine, poetry and music! Poetry from Jorie Ryan and Andy Kissane; music from Rose Parker; wine and pizza by Burnbrae Wines.
Friday, April 5
Mudgee Day VIEW Club’s 49th Birthday April Luncheon Meeting, will be held at the Mudgee Golf Club, at 11.30am for 12noon Friday, April 5.
Members and guests are invited to celebrate and be entertained by local musicians Peter Stoddart and Jim Yeo. New members and guests are always welcome. Please phone Lana on 02 6372 3216, by midday Tuesday, 2nd April for bookings.
Saturday, April 6
Van Gogh in the Vineyards is a fun night out and social event that you can enjoy with friends, work colleagues etc. The first one is being held at Moothi estate, participants come along for a 2.5 hour session which includes three drinks, food and step by step tutoring from our amazing art teacher who will help people create their very one take home masterpiece.
Come dancing at St John's Anglican church hall. Old time, new vogue, latin and a little rock n roll. $10 per person, please bring a plate for supper and drinks. Tea and coffee provided. For more information call Di O'Shea 0429 724 453.
Tuesday, April 9
On Tuesday , April 9, the Chamber will conducting a one-day ‘Facebook Foundations for Business’ course presented by social media and website expert, Laurel Papworth. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or www.mudgeechamber.com.au.
Friday, April 12
Kanandah Auxiliary will be holding a card party on April 12 at the Gallery in this Stables Complex, Market St, Mudgee 12.30 - 4.30pm.
Come up to 'The End' where it all begins!
The End Festival of arts, culture and heritage is back by popular demand in 2019. It's on at Hill End Historic Site, near Bathurst and Mudgee.
For more information visit www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/events/the-end-festival-2019.
Saturday, May 18
We will be holding a Trash and Treasure on May 18 and if anyone has items, they would like to donate if would be appreciated, contact 0407 273 447 for arrangements for goods. The funds raised from the Trash and Treasure and all fund raising goes towards sponsoring disadvantaged Australian children with their education.
Saturday, May 25
Glen Willow Stadium in Mudgee will host the first ever Mudgee Night Glow on Saturday, May 25. The evening will include a family friendly night market offering some of the region’s best food, wine and hand-made crafts, along with live musical performances to entertain you.
Friday, June 28
Free to enter competition. Mudgee Valley Writers are currently hosting a free to enter writing competition for people living in the Mid Western Council area.
The Council have sponsored the competition and it is open to all age groups.
The theme is "local". Word count up to 2000 for prose or 48 lines for poetry.
Awards for both prose and poetry sections: first $100, second $75, third $25 plus certificates at Judges' discretion.
Entry forms with full details can be obtained from www.mudgeevalleywriters.wordpress.com/ or email@example.com or by sending a stamped self addressed envelope to PO Box 356 Mudgee 2850