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Gunning Arts Festival to be held online
Innovation is always useful during uncertain times and the Gunning Arts Festival committee have definitely been thinking on their toes. The popular exhibition is going online and will have many features including a virtual lunch with Dr Elizabeth Cameron Dalman OAM.
Excess food from supermarket diverted into the community
In tough times, generosity is gold, and excess food from Woolworths is going into the community. BaptistCare, a not-for-profit Christian based organisation, are involved and have rescued 650kg of meat and dairy since their pickups began in April.
Goulburn Geckos into finals after Hockey ACT ends regular season
The Goulburn Geckos men's and women's teams are playing finals this season. It's well deserved because they were in the top four when COVID-19 caused the stoppage.
Goulburn Regional Art Gallery launches new exhibition
Six artists have worked together to bring to you a masterclass. 'Earthbound' is inspired by the landscape and country and features an expansive array of processes across wheel throwing, hand-building, wood-firing, glazing and sgraffito.
Space for mindfulness opens up in Victoria Park
Get out of the house and take a walk to the Mindfulness Garden at Victoria Park. The garden is officially open and incorporates a conversation pit where youth and other community members can relax and chat.
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