What’s on Mid-Late March 2019
March 15-17: Lachlan Valley Railway celebrates the re-opening of Millthorpe Station
The Lachlan Valley Railway is wasting no time in taking advantage of the long-awaited re-opening of this destination for tourist trains. Three heritage diesel trains will be operating over the weekend, all departing Orange for Millthorpe, Blayney or Bathurst a train to the official reopening ceremony on Friday, a dinner train on Saturday or a lunchtime train on Sunday. Visit their Facebook page for ticket links.
March 15: Flight Centre Regional Travel Roadshow at The Greenhouse of Orange
Join your local Flight Centre Travel Experts at the inaugural Central West Travel Roadshow. This is the perfect opportunity to make your dream holiday a reality. Hear from travel suppliers including a variety of tour and cruise operators. Take advantage of exclusive offers and discounts, plus you'll have the chance to win with exciting giveaways 4pm- 7pm.
March 15: Ayres and Graces: Brandenburg Ensemble at the Con
Join members of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra for an evocative musical journey through the streets and homes of eighteenth-century England and the palace of the ‘Sun King’ Louis XIV of France. 7pm at the Orange Regional Conservatorium, Hill Street.
March 15: Marina Prior & David Hobson 'The 2 Of Us' Orange Civic Centre
Tenor and Soprano powerhouse legends of Opera and Musical Theatre, David Hobson and Marina Prior bring their 2019 tour, ‘The 2 Of Us’ in an ‘up close and personal mode’.
March 17: St Patrick’s Day at The Greenhouse of Orange
Celebrate St Patrick’s Day and The Greenhouse of Orange with Irish Stew, Guinness and Live Music from Clancy Pye 1pm-5pm.
March 18 – 23: Sheepdog Workers State Selection Championship
The New South Wales Sheep Dog Championships have returned to Molong for their 31st year. The event will be held at the Dr Ross Memorial Recreational Ground, Molong from 3pm.
March 30 – 31: Spring Hill Whistlestop Festival
Spring Hill Whistlestop Festival is over two days, with Saturday 31st March being an all-day festival including displays of history and demonstrations of shearing, blacksmithing, old machinery and kids’ activities. Sunday at the Spring Hill Church display local produce, plants, display for the Harvest Festival. A gold coin donation is required, 10am - 5pm.
April 5-14: Orange F.O.O.D Week
Australia’s longest running regional food festival has been acclaimed as one of our Country’s top ten food festivals. The 10-day community event runs from Friday 5th to Sunday 14th April 2019 and celebrates the Orange region’s diverse and high-quality food and wine. Full program at orangefoodweek.com.au/2019-food-week-program
April 6: Mix Tape dinner & show at the Blind Pig Bar and Cafe
A night of great covers that used to fill our mixed tapes in the 70s and 80s with a 3-course dinner and drinks Music by The Hip Replacements.
April 6: Feast for Farmers
Heifer Station Wines and Rotary Club of Orange Daybreak present an afternoon of food, wine and fundraising for NSW farmers in need.