What’s on October 13-15 and beyond

Punks on the pier: Michelle Hughes, Tracey Norberg, Jack Miller, Vivienne Flannagan, David Rayner, Hannah Cotton and Julie Salway got into the spirit of Steampunk last year. Photo: David Cole.

Punks on the pier: Michelle Hughes, Tracey Norberg, Jack Miller, Vivienne Flannagan, David Rayner, Hannah Cotton and Julie Salway got into the spirit of Steampunk last year. Photo: David Cole.

What’s on this weekend

Friday

  • Open Mic Night

Goulburn Club, 19 Market St, 7.30pm. Admission: free. Phone: 4821 2043

Saturday

  • Steampunk Victoriana Fair

Goulburn Historic Waterworks, Marsden Weir, off Fitzroy St, 10am-4pm. Admission: $5. The retro-futuristic fair will have clothing, art and music on offer, and a chance to dress up in the genre that melds the classical Victorian era with industrial progress (and all things powered by steam). No general public parking onsite. A free park and ride service will be running from the Goulburn Mulwaree Council carpark in Clifford Street to the Waterworks. This will run from 9:45am, and then every 30 minutes, with the last bus leaving the Waterworks at 3:45pm. 

REVVING UP: Country singer Adam Brand and Legend Cars director John Dennehy. Photo: Mariam Koslay.

REVVING UP: Country singer Adam Brand and Legend Cars director John Dennehy. Photo: Mariam Koslay.

  • Legend Cars Australia Rock ‘N’ Rumble

Montague Street and Goulburn Speedway, 9am-11pm. Admission: $40, concession & U16s $20, Family $100, book online http://www.ticketebo.com.au/legendcars/rock-n-rumble.html. The day kicks off at 9am with a Car Show in Belmore Park and Montague Street, Goulburn. At 1pm a Cruise is scheduled for the display cars, from Montague Street, down Auburn Street and out to the Showgrounds. At 3pm, it's on to the main event starting with the concert, featuring Adam Brand with Jamie Agius and his band. From 6pm, see Adam Brand compete against the best Legend Car drivers in his signature yellow and purple 34Q, with Wingless and Vintage Sprints also competing on the night. Dollar Buses ($1 per person return, kids under 6 free) will be available to transport spectators from the Showgrounds.

  • Marulan Book Exchange

Marulan Memorial Hall, 10am-1pm. Admission: free. Phone: 4823 4492

Sunday

  • Windellama Country Markets

Windellama Hall & Grounds (intersection of Windellama Rd & Oallen Ford Rd), 9am-1pm. Phone: 4844 5214

  • Sunday Music Sessions

Goulburn Club, 1pm Australian sessions, 3pm Veranda band Americana sessions. Admission: free. Phone: 4821 2043

  • Pejar Dam Trout Fishing Classic

From 6am-3.30pm, Pejar Dam. Admission:  $20 for adult and $10 junior (under 13)*. Phone: 4822 1929

  • Country & Popular Music Social

Goulburn Country Music Association event, Goulburn Railway Bowling Club, 11am-3pm. Admission: Gold Coin Donation. Featuring some well known local artists and some promising young local talent. All welcome to attend to play, sing, or just listen to traditional and modern country music. Light refreshments available. Lucky door prize. All proceeds to local charities. Phone: 0427 484 448.

Coming up

  • Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Join the Rocky Hill Musical Theatre Company at St Saviour's Cathedral for this colourful rock opera written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, including a special charity night on Thursday 19th for Project Kin, an Australian charity supporting children. Admission: $25, concession & under12s $15, booking online https://www.trybooking.com/Event/EventListingURL.aspx?aid=46547 Show times: 7.30pm on Thursday 19th October, Friday 20th October, Sat. 21st October, Friday 27th October, Sat. 28th October, 7.30pm, plus Saturday 28th October 2pm. 

Exhibitions

  • Goulburn Workers Club Annual Art Prize

Thursday, 12 October – Sunday, 15 October at Goulburn Workers Club auditorium. Goulburn & District Art Society & Goulburn Workers Club invite you to the Goulburn Workers Club Annual Art Prize. Official Opening and Announcement of Winners - Thursday  12th, 6.30pm. $10 per head, with finger food, wine & cordial. Come to the opening night or visit the exhibition on the other days to buy artworks or just enjoy viewing them. The competition attracts high quality art entries. All art is for sale. For Thursday night catering please RSVP to Helen (02) 4829 2300 or Lesley 0417 240 595. Open: 10am to 5pm Friday to Sunday

  • Goulburn Regional Art Gallery

Narelle Hillsdon Snapshot, open weekdays 10am – 5pm, Saturday 1pm-4pm. Hurry – last days. Exhibition finishes Saturday. Phone: 4823 4494

  • Gallery on Track

Guise & Dolls, until October 29, 2pm; open Wednesday to Sunday, 10am-4pm. Phone: 4822 7889

To discover more about these and other events, visit goulburnaustralia.com.au or drop into the Visitor Information Centre, Sloane Street.

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