What's on around town
Tuesday, January 14
Youth Clothing Swap from 2.30pm. Six tonnes of clothing are thrown out every 10 minutes - let's slow this down. Revitalise your wardrobe in a sustainable way, and have fun at the same time, at our first clothing and accessories swap. Please note all clothes for swap must be in good condition and clean. Personal items like swimsuits are not eligible for swapping.Clothes and accessories can be dropped off between 10.30am-11.30am on the day of the event. Swapping occurs 2.30pm-4.30pm.This event is for youth aged 12-25. Rylstone Memorial Hall 73 Louee Street.
Wednesday, January 15
Mermaids and princesses at Mudgee library. Make some peg mermaids and popsicle stick princesses. For free at 10am.
Beastly bookmarks at Mudgee Library, ages 9-12 from 11.30am. Create some unicorn and dragon corner bookmarks.
Manga and anime fans are in for a treat with this extended edition of MAAS. Get yourself comfortable for a marathon of Studio Ghibli films. We welcome all, from casuals to Otakus. Level 2/64 Market Street. This event presented in partnership with Mid-Western Regional Council Library.
Thursday, January 16
Where the wild things are at Mudgee Library, ages 3-5 from 10am. Where the wild things are - story and puppet craft.
Dragons and castles at Mudgee Library, ages 6-8 from 11.30am. Create dragons and castles using paper rolls.
Level up marathon from 11am at 64 Market Street. Gamers Wanted! Love playing RPGs and tabletop games? Want to meet other gaming enthusiasts? Then this hoarde is for you! Everyone is welcome.
Friday, January 17
Fire breathing dragons at Gulgong library for ages three to five from 10am. Fire-breathing dragons and fairy magic (stick fairies and fairy doors).
Dragon eggs at Gulgong Library, ages 6-8 from 11.30am. Make some dragon eggs using air-dry clay.
Origami jumping frogs at Mudgee Library, ages 9-12 from 11.30am. Create some jumping frogs using origami.Please be aware that there is a minimum number of children required to run our sessions. Unfortunately, if this number is not reached, we may have to cancel the session at short notice.
Princesses vs. dragons at Mudgee Library, ages 3-5 from 10am. Fire breathing dragons, paper bag princesses and a knights shield and sword.
Saturday, January 18
The Mudgee Fine Foods Farmers' Markets are held in the picturesque grounds of Robertson Park, every third Saturday of the month. The markets are always on - come rain, hail or shine from 8.30am.
Revive The Regent Theatre Mudgee Inc. General Meeting from 2pm at 48 Market Street. The meeting will be to report on progress and seek input for Strategic Plan, following the recent decisions.
Monday, January 20
One YA Book One Community chat - Kandos from 3pm. Read more, share your thoughts, and answer some.
Tuesday, January 21
One YA Book One Community chat (Gulgong) - Summer school holidays. From 2pm at Gulgong library in a chat about the book our whole community has been reading this summer 'A song only I can hear' by Barry Jonsberg. Read more, share your thoughts, and answer some.
Wednesday, January 22
Summer pool party. Council and RealFM are proud to bring you the annual Summer Pool Parties in 2020. Take a ride on the new inflatable! Games, music, prizes and much more on offer. Normal pool entry fees apply.
Thursday, January 23
The Gruffalo at Mudgee Library for ages three to five. Make a gruffalo paper cup craft and gruffalo crumble into paperbags.
Friday, January 24
Mermaids and knights at Kandos Library, ages 3-5 from 10am. Make some mermaids out of pegs or build your own paper knight figure.
Saturday, January 25
Gulgong Markets from 8.30am are a group of local art, crafts, food plants and produce stalls that come together every fourth Saturday in Coronation Park, Gulgong.
Tuesday, January 28
Use your last few hours of school holidays to enjoy some tunes and grab a free BBQ in between tailwhips About this Event Please wear appropriate safety gear, including helmets and enclosed shoes. From 11am at the stake park at Victoria Park.
Thursday, January 30
Are you a member of a Mudgee Region book club or would you like to join or start one? Come along and meet fellow readers, find out how different book clubs run and meet the library staff who recommend book club titles and love to talk books as much as you do. From 10.30am at Mudgee library.
Wednesday, February 19
Mid-Western Regional Council Meeting from 5.30pm. Mid-Western Regional Council generally holds regular meetings once a month on the third Wednesday, except in January when there are no Council meetings.Occasionally Council holds extraordinary meetings. These are Council meetings held outside the normal meeting cycle, most often to consider matters of an urgent nature.
Saturday, February 29