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, April 13
Hosted on the picturesque Bunnamagoo Estate Wines, you'll start the afternoon off with a 5km or 10km run. After the exercise you'll need to cool down and what better way than to wonder through the wine tasting stations to quench your thirst and enjoy the wine connoisseurs in you. Tickets available on the day or at www.grapest5krun.com.au.
Mudgee Knitters Guild are meeting today at 1pm, Mudgee CWA Room. The Workshop at this meeting is Lace knitting. If you wish to learn this bring 8ply yarn an 4mm needles or 4ply yarn and 3.75mm needles. Enquiries contact Janet de Rooy on 02 6372 0043
Sunday, April 14
9am Palm Sunday Eucharist St John's Anglican Church
The Gulgong RSL Sub-Branch will be holding its annual Commemoration Ceremony for Indigenous Service Personnel and War Widows on Sunday, April 4 from 11am at the Memorial Garden in ANZAC Park, Gulgong.
Dawn service will assemble outside the old Gulgong Fire Brigade building no later than 5.45am. The March will set off at 5.55am and will arrive at the Rotunda at 6am.
Each year at 9am the Sub-Branch members, representatives of the Police Force and members of the Johnson family gather at Gulgon Cemetery to hold a commemoration at the grave of Constable Athol Johnson who was murdered on ANZAC Day in 1958. Joe was a returned serviceman from WW2 who was murdered in the execution of this duties on ANZAC Day. Any members of the public wishing to pay their respects are welcome.
The Day service will assemble outside the old Gulgong Fire Brigade building no later than 10.15am. The parade will form up at 10.35am and will march off at 10.50am to arrive at the Rotunda at 11am.
Monday, April 15
8.30am morning prayer St John's Anglican church on Monday and Tuesday this week.
The CWA have been collecting any overseas coins and or notes for a number of years. The tin for these can always be found on the front desk in the Guardian Office. These coins are collected state wide and taken to the CWA - AGM in early May and exchanged for Australian dollars. A very worthwhile way of getting rid of your loose shrapnel that you have lying about in your home. So please have a good look and drop them into the Guardian Office before April 24th (day before Anzac Day).
Wednesday, April 17
8.30am morning prayer, 10am Holy communion and 6pm evening prayer St John's Anglican church
Thursday, April 18
8.30am morning prayer, 6pm Maundy Thursday, foot washing and Holy communion followed by vigil. St John's Anglican church
Friday, April 19
8.30am Good Friday Liturgy and 12noon Stations of the Cross. St John's Anglican church
Sunday, April 21
6am New fire, lighting of Pascal Candle and Holy Communion. 8.30am Renewal of Baptism vows and Holy Communion and at 10.30am Family service. St John's Anglican church
Thursday, April 25
CWA - Evening Branch will show their presence at Robertson Park this ANZAC Day from 9.30am - 11.30am. We will be selling homemade Anzac Biscuits for $4 and handmade Poppies, red (soldiers) white (nurses) and purple (animals) $5 and $3. Please look out for the bright yellow aprons. All proceeds raised on Anzac Day will be given to the Legacy Widows in Mudgee.
Sunday, April 28
An old time dance in aid of the Baird Institute for heart and lung surgical research will be held at Gulgong Bowling club. Sunday, April 28 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.
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