Saturday, June 15
Seussical the Musical by Mudgee High school. Mudgee Town Hall Theatre. Saturday at 2pm and 7pm.Tickets sold at the door or MHS office.
Mudgee Day View Club Bunnings BBQ.
The Lue Action Groupwill be holding an information day at 'Lochiely', 1585 Pyangle Road, Lue at 9.30am. This is to protest the mine project and associated pipeline.
Bowden's Mineare holding an open day on Saturday at 10am at the mine site 68 Maloneys Road.
The Art Work and Handwritten Journals of the First Fleeters. Australian Lecturer, Paul Brunton, will be presenting a lecture on Saturday. The lecture will be held in the Cudgegong Valley Public School Hall in Madeira Road, Mudgee. The lecture will commence at 4.30, and wine and finger food will be served following the lecture.
Sunday, June 16
Cars N Coffee come along on Sunday at 1pm at Cudgegong Valley Pioneer vehicle club, club rooms at Mudgee Railway station.
Rylstone Community Markets on Sunday
Monday, June 17
CWA Evening Branch will be having their next meeting on Monday, June 17 at 5.50 pm 48 Market St. Please come along and meet a dynamic group of ladies, something for everyone. For further information please call Annie 0457 426 480.
How to Adult will be covering Centrelink and Medicare this month. The sessions are for those aged 15-25, and bookings are essential via: www.mwrcyouth.eventbrite.com. Kandos Monday, June 17 from 4:30pm at Kandos Library and Gulgong Tuesday, June 18 from 5pm at Gulgong Library.
Wednesday, June 19
Tailored Centrelink, Medicare and Child Support services come to regional NSW. Rylstone on Wednesday, June 19 from 10am to 3pm, located in front of the Memorial Hall on Louee Street.
Sunday, June 23
The Baird Institute Winter Ball will be held at the Gulgong Bowling Club from 12.30pm to 4.30pm. Old time and new vogue dancing. Please bring a plate. Raffle and lucky door prizes and live music. $10 admission. For more information all Pat 0458 135 688 or 6372 6619.
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. Entry forms with full details can be obtained from www.mudgeevalleywriters.wordpress.com.
Saturday, July 6
Come dancing at St John's Anglican church hall, Mudgee. From 7pm to 11pm with old time dancing, new vogue, latin and rock and roll. $10 per persons, please bring a plate for supper and drinks. Water, tea and coffee provided. For more information call Di O'Shea 0429 724 453.