Wire sculpting workshop
- Friday, February 14, 10am-2pm, Crystal Brook Gardens and Lavender Farm, Laggan, $110, email@example.com or 4843 3333
With well-known artist Leanne Kelly. The workshop will include morning and afternoon tea, light lunch and materials.
Open Mic Night
- Second Friday monthly (next: February 14), 7.30pm-10pm, Goulburn Club, Market Street . Phone 4821 2043
Any performer can get on stage: musicians, singer/songwriters, poets, comedians or any other. Soloists and groups. A vocal PA is available. Each act is 10 to 15 minutes. Put your name on the whiteboard to secure a spot.
- Friday-Sunday, February 14-16, Crookwell Showground, Goulburn Street. Details at facebook.com/CrookwellIrishHeritageWeekend.
Get your hands clapping, feet tapping and raise a smile while you sing along and have some fun.
- Saturdays, 8am-10am, from Fitzroy Street. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
A free, weekly five-kilometre timed run open to all ages and abilities. Register before first run and take a printed copy of the barcode to be timed.
- Saturday February 15, noon-4pm, Laggan Pub, Peelwood Road. See back page.
'Thoroughbred racing piglets' will compete across various courses and negotiate obstacles to be crowned the winner. Fun for young and old!
Laggan Village Markets
- Saturday February 15, 9am-1pm, Laggan Memorial Hall, Peelwood Road. See facebook.com/LagganVillageMarkets
Expect to be tempted by local produce, local arts and crafts, second-hand tools and knick-knacks.
- Saturday February 15, 10am-4pm, Belmore Park, Auburn Street. Free entry. Stalls on site for food, drinks etc. Phone 4803 9042
One of Goulburn's most colourful and spectacular events with more than 20 visiting and local cultural groups. A variety of food stalls, for the whole family.
- Saturday February 15, 4pm-10pm, Belmore Park, Auburn Street. Free entry. Stalls on site for food, drinks etc. Phone 4823 4492
Free workshops include: KIDsing! (primary School age), drumming/jam sessions, song writing (secondary school age) and a Parkour with PCYC. Local DJ Amy James, followed by The Rich Pitcher, M Funk, Misplaced & Martyred with Sophie Palmer, Mariah K, Bromags Band, Blue Donut, Juvenile Fishbowl, and Mitch Tambo. Fire show by Lieder Theatre.
Movie Under the Stars
- Saturday February 15, 6pm-9pm, Kingsdale Winery, 745 Crookwell Road. Tickets: $56.75 via bdcumovieunderthestars.eventbrite.com.au Phone 4829 8200
The BDCU Goulburn Hospital Fundraising Inc annual event, this year screening Ladies In Black. Tickets include movie, a glass of wine and all-you-can-eat gourmet pizza. Courtesy bus from McKell car park, Workers Club. BYO chair and blankets.
Enjoy live country music, old and new; popular soft rock; and some easy listening, too. Enjoy refreshments, or take to the dance floor.
Windellama Country Markets
- Third Sunday monthly (next: February 16), 9am-1pm, Windellama hall and grounds, Windellama Road. Phone 4844 5214
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.
- Third Sunday monthly (next: February 16), 10am-2pm, Riversdale, Twynam Drive. Phone 4821 4741
Indoor and outdoor seating. All proceeds support upkeep and restoration. 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.
- Sundays, 1pm-5pm, Goulburn Club, 19 Market Street. Phone: 0407 240 635
Bring an instrument or your voice to join a group sharing songs, tunes, stories and poetry. The emphasis is on traditional folk songs, Australian, Celtic and Americana.
Bungonia Hot Lunch
- Wednesday, February 19, noon, Bungonia Hall, 42 King Street. Phone 4844 7273
A nutritious, wholesome, home cooked hot meal to be enjoyed with company in the hall or taken home at leisure. Pre-book for catering purposes by the Monday prior.
- Until February 27, daily, 10am to 4.30pm, Bungendore Fine Arts Gallery, 42b Ellendon Street. Phone 0417 240 595
An exhibition of works by members of the Goulburn and District Art Society with a variety of subject matter, media and sizes. Works priced to suit most pockets.
Time Sequence Variations
Di Smith's collection coincided with the annual Australian Blues Music Festival.
Regional Art Gallery
- Until April 4, weekdays 9am to 5pm, Saturdays noon to 4pm, 184 Bourke Street. Opening night this Friday, 6pm. Phone 4823 4494
Alex Seton's 'The Great Escape' uses landscape and the material of the Wombeyan Caves and quarry as its central tenet in recreations of places and moments from childhood memories.
In Gallery 2, Lucinda McDonald, a Southern Highlands-based artist, constructs sculptures from offcuts and discarded pieces of steel.
The Window, curated by Emma O'Neill, a writer, editor and marketing professional, adding a fresh, mindful and contemporary twist to the Gallery's permanent collection.
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