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What’s on 21.03.19

What’s on 21.03.19

March 21 – 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.


March 23:  Blayney Show

Held at the Blayney Showground featuring all the usual Pavilion exhibits plus Woodchop, Harness Racing, Pet Dog Show, Dog High Jump, Huge Horse Ring. Entry Adults $10, Concession $5, Family $30.

March 23: Orange Eagles home game

Round 3 of the Spalding Waratah League Division 1 men’s basketball at Sir Neville Howse Stadium (Orange PCYC).  Come and enjoy quality basketball and court side entertainment with DJ Dave O’Hara and your chance to win $100 cash in our shooting challenge. Free admission. Game starts at 6.30pm.

March 24: Sunday Acoustic Sessions at The Greenhouse of Orange

Live music in the sun at The Greenhouse of Orange - Isabella Livingstone 12noon-4pm.

March 30: Never Ending 80s at the Orange Ex-Services’ Club

Never Ending 80s takes you back to the best of it all. With a show packed full of the biggest hits by the biggest artists. Ticketed event from 7.30pm.

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 5: Orange F.O.O.D Week Night Markets

Join Orange region chefs, cooks, caterers, providores, wine, cider and beer makers in Robertson Park for an evening of great local food and drink, foot-tapping music and communal dining under the stars — 5.30-8.30pm, Gold coin entry.

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.

The Victoria Hotel Bistro

The Victoria Hotel Bistro

Lily Campbell’s young age belies her experience

Lily Campbell’s young age belies her experience