What’s On from February 13
Laggan Village Markets
- Sat Feb 16, 10am-2pm, Laggan Memorial Hall. Phone 4837 3244
The Laggan Village Markets are held on the third Saturday of the month. Lovely market fare, including fresh foods, produce and flowers, hot coffee, barbecue, crafts, gifts and toys.
Laggan Pig Races
- Sat Feb 16, historic Laggan Hotel, Peelwood Road. Phone 4832 1988
Watch as highly trained, elite young pig athletes race to get to the end of a challenging course and receive a tasty treat! Other activities on the day include live music and children's jumping castle. This event also features a Porkfest, with a tantalising and tasty selection of pork dishes to choose from. All proceeds go the Upper Lachlan Foundation.
Crookwell Irish Heritage Weekend
- Fri-Sun Feb 15-17, Crookwell Showground Pavilion and other area venues. Phone 4832 1988
A weekend of traditional Irish song, music and dance, to celebrate the rich Irish heritage and the contribution of Irish settlers to the historic town of Crookwell and its surrounds.
Movie Under the Stars
- Sat Feb 16, 6.30-10.30pm, Kingsdale Winery, Crookwell Road. Admission: $50. Phone 4829 8200
See The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society with fine wine (no BYO) and gourmet pizza in a fundraiser for Goulburn Base Hospital. Bus available for a gold coin donation, via the Workers Club. Tickets include a glass of wine or soft drink on arrival and a three-course gourmet pizza meal.
Goulburn Country Music Association
- Sun Feb 17, 1-5pm, Goulburn Soldiers Club, Market Street. Admission: free. Phone 0427 484 448
Come along, third Sunday monthly, to enjoy live country music, old and new; popular soft rock; and some easy listening too. Enjoy refreshments in the Parkside Lounge, or take to the dance floor.
- Sat Feb 16 from noon, Goulburn Recreation Ground, Braidwood Road. Admission: $20/$10, u6 free, family $50. Phone: 0428 406 154
The 51st Annual Goulburn Rodeo, one of Australia's oldest running rodeos. Featuring a full program of rodeo events, bar and barbecue, sideshow entertainment, western wear shops, and coffee van. Twenty events. No glass, alcohol or dogs allowed.
- Until Sat Mar 16, 9am-5pm weekdays; 12-4pm Saturdays, Goulburn Regional Art Gallery, Bourke Street. Admission: free.
An exhibition that presents the breadth of the Gallery's permanent collection, unleashed en masse for the first time in its 37-year history. Beginning with The Moffitt Bequest in 1956, continuing to today, Goulburn Bustle features hundreds of works from the collection and has been curated by previous directors Jennifer Lamb and Jane Cush, and current director Gina Mobayed.
Windellama Country Markets
- Sun Feb 17, 9am-1pm, Windellama hall and grounds. Phone 0417 490 329
See a thriving rural community with an active Progress Association, Rural Fire Service, SES, Landcare Group, Garden Club and Historical Society. A small museum housed in a replica building of the 1880 school is open to the public on market days. Stalls with food, pre-loved toys and tools, bric-a-brac, plants, skin care products and everything for the sewing enthusiast. Home cooked hot food and refreshments are available.
Devonshire Tea At Riversdale
- Sun Feb 17, 10am-2pm, Twynam Drive. Phone 4821 4741
It's on the third Sunday of every month! Riversdale Historic Home offers its popular monthly event for visitors and locals alike. Indoor and outdoor seating. All proceeds going to the upkeep and restoration of this incredible property. Devonshire Tea: $5 one scone and tea/coffee; $7 for two scones and tea/coffee. Entrance fee for house & garden: $10/$8, or $25 family. Children under 10 free & National Trust Members free.
Quarterly Car Boot Sale
Riversdale Homestead, as above, 9am-2pm, stalls set up by 8.30am. Admission: $10/boot/trailer, lookers free.
- Sun Feb 17, from 6am, Gunning Showground. Phone 0417 490 329
A traditional country show that has plenty to offer families, with free kids events and lots to see and do! Showcased by the pavilion, filled to the brim with local produce, wool, arts, crafts and photography. On Saturday, come along from 3pm to watch trotting races and some of the country's premier horse sporting events. Bar and food available on the Saturday evening.
Armistice: the end of the war to end all wars
- Sun Feb 17, 2-4pm, Mulwaree High School Remembrance Museum, McDermott Drive. Admission: gold coin donation.Phone 4821 4499
The theme of the Great War centenary continues this year, with the focus on "Returning Troops, the Spanish Influenza Epidemic - the Aftermath of War". Because of the tyranny of distance and the lack of suitable transport ships, many service personnel were still arriving back in Australia well into the 1920's.
Yarralaw Springs Wines
- Sun Feb 17, 11am-4pm, 133 Muffets Road. Phone 4844 7188
Sample estate-grown classic varieties produced in the unique strawbale winery using organic practices. Cellar door ambience with tours and wine tasting available from 11am to 4pm in the Strawbale Winery. Winery tours by the winemaker. Bring your picnic lunch.
2019 NSW Seniors Week
- Mon Feb 18 to Fri Feb 22. Queries 4823 4498
A fantastic week full of activities from the Grey Mardi Gras Expo, live music, Chair Yoga and Thai Chi to a free tour/talk at the Goulburn Regional Gallery of current exhibition, Goulburn Bustle. There will be a photography competition where seniors and residents are invited to enter the photography competition in one of three categories: Photo taken by a Senior, Photo taken of a Senior and People's Choice Award.