What’s On | from September 13

HOWLING FUN: Strap yourselves in for The Wolfe Brothers as they perform at the Workers Club on Friday night.
HOWLING FUN: Strap yourselves in for The Wolfe Brothers as they perform at the Workers Club on Friday night.

THIS WEEKEND

The Wolfe Brothers at the Workers Club

  • On Friday September 14 from 7.30pm at the Goulburn Workers Club. Admission: $37.50.

Runners-up in Australia’s Got Talent in 2012, The Wolfe Brothers are coming to Goulburn. The Wolfe Brothers have just put out a new album called Country Heart and they will be playing songs from that album.

Running in the Shadows, the Fleetwood Mac Appreciation Show at Astor Hotel

  • On Friday September 14 from 8pm at the Astor Hotel. Admission: $20-25.

They’re used to performing to sell-out crowds across the country, such as at Penrith Panthers and Cairns Casino, but they’ll be performing at the Astor Hotel on Friday. The show celebrates the original Fleetwood Mac. The namesake band know they perform. If you love Fleetwood Mac’s music, then this will be perfect for you.

Open Mic Night at the Goulburn Club

  • On Friday September 14 from 7.30pm at the Goulburn Club. Admission: free.

On the second Friday of each month the Goulburn Club will host the ‘Goulburn Open Mic Night’ where any performers can show off their talents.

Anyone is welcome to come along to listen or present an item at the monthly open mic.

Musicians, singer/songwriters, poets, comedians or any other performer is welcome to join in and show off your talent. Soloists and groups regularly appear and the variety is always entertaining.

A vocal PA is available to use and each act is given 10 to 15 minutes to perform depending on the number of acts on the night. Simply turn up and put your name on the whiteboard to get a spot.

Don Hopkins at the Southern Railway Hotel

  • On Saturday September 15 from 8.30pm at the Southern Railway Hotel. Admission: free.

Don Hopkins will be at the Southern Railway Hotel in what should be a cracking show. The Goulburn Blues Walk of Fame inductee teaches piano in the wings, but the pianist, guitarist and vocalist is a well-known name to fans of Australian blues music. He was the runner up of the 2012 International Blues Challenge in Memphis and Blues Performers of the Year 2012 for NSW and ACT, both with drummer Rob Grosser during his time in Dr Don’s Double Dose. There is no doubt he will bring his A-game on Saturday night.

COMING UP

Rotary Book Fair

  • Starting Monday September 17 from 9am to 5pm at 238 Sloane Street opposite Angels Cafe. Admission: two for $5 for paperbacks and two for $10 for the hard covers.

The annual Rotary Club of Goulburn Mulwaree Book Fair starts on Monday. Whether you like fiction, biographies, books about sport or any other genre, the book fair has you covered. Funds raised will go towards charities that the Rotary Club supports, but this year, there is a focus on farmers too.

Bungonia Hot Lunch

  • On Wednesday September 19 from 12pm at Bungonia hall. Admission: $15.

A nutritious, wholesome home cooked and hot meal will be prepared and served at Bungonia Hall every Wednesday except  the second Wednesday of the month (Judy's Morning Tea) for $15 p/h.  This will also cover dessert. You can either have your meal with everyone else there or you can take the meal home to have at your leisure.  The choice is yours. Please contact the organiser to pre book your attendance for catering purposes by the end of the proceeding Monday. Everyone is welcome.

Night Market Series- Spring Fling

  • On Wednesday September 21 from 6pm at The Collective, Goulburn, 181 Auburn Street. Admission: free.

Come along to the Spring fling, showcasing local crafts, creations, food and drink. Come and support local small business. Enjoy dinner at Harvest and finish with an evening of shopping. A perfect way to start a girls night out or have a nice family dinner! For stall holder enquiries, email nightseriesmarkets@gmail.com 

Bungonia Woodwards Creek Open Day

  • On Saturday September 22 from 9.45pm at Bungonia Village Hall. Admission: $10 each, family $20

A great day out in the country and a chance to see and understand what has been constructed so far to repair and rehabilitate the environment. The schedule is as follows. 9.45am, start; 10am,  Welcome to Country Pejar LALC MP welcome, Hon Paul Toole (Lands) Hon Pru Goward Local Member; 10.30am, presentation on the Bungonia Park Trust Woodwards Creek Stage 1 Project for Repair and Rehabilitation.This project has been assisted by the NSW Government through its Environmental Trust. Talks and visual Presentations. PEJAR LALC Representative: Why this project is important; 11.45am, light lunch of mug of soup and bread roll, fruit, tea, coffee; 12.30pm, guided walk to site (easy walk, close by). Proceeds to Bungonia Park Trust. We encourage visitors to also enjoy Bungonia National Park.

ONGOING

The Touch Of Silk by Betty Roland

  • Until Saturday September 29 at The Lieder Theatre. Admission: $25 Full price, $20 Seniors, $15 Lieder members, concession card holders and groups of 10 or more adults, $10 for children and school students.

The Lieder Theatre Company presents an Australian classic written in 1928 as a reaction to WWI from the female perspective. The Touch of Silk by Betty Roland is a poignant drama centred on Jeanne, a homesick French war bride and her shell-shocked husband battling hardship and prejudice in a drought-stricken rural Australian town. For more information phone the Lieder Theatre on 4821 5066.

EXHIBITIONS

  • Until October 13 from 6pm at Goulburn Regional Art Gallery, 184 Bourke Street. Phone 4823 4494

Carolyn Young Inhabiting the Woodlands; and ACO Virtual: Building on Carolyn Young's award winning Grassy Woodlands series this exhibition re-imagines 19th century human experience in light of Australian mammals that have become vulnerable or extinct. Young explores the question of who inhabits the woodlands across time through still life photographs of mammals, plants, insects and artefacts. It is inspired by the work of ecologists. ACO Virtual will transform the Gallery and features large scale footage of orchestral performances with the sound of each musician coming from their own individual projection. Audiences will be surrounded with a touch-screen 'music stand' allowing them to spotlight sounds and visuals, highlighting musicians, or a section of players. The score streams below each projection, and smartphone application provides information about the music, musicians and instruments.  There will be music by Grieg, Bach, Smalley and Piazzolla.

LISTINGS

Drop in to 201 Sloane Street, Goulburn. Open weekdays 9am to 5pm; weekends 10am to 4pm. Telephone 4823 4492