Through the Glimmering Night - Art exhibition
July 29 to September 7
Head on down to Grenfell Art Gallery to explore and exhibit by Sharon Field. the exhibit looks at the fragility of the natural world and our impact on the animals and plants around us. The titles of the works have been drawn from poems or the works of Shakespeare. They find that the lyricism of wordsmiths adds a precious dimension to the visual work.
Chilean Needle Grass Information Day
Tuesday 9 August
10am to 2pm Woodstock Showground, Robinson St, Woodstock Bookings essential via www.trybooking.com/CAHWH Cowra Council and Central Tablelands Local Land Services will be hosting a free Chilean Needle Grass Information Day at Woodstock:
While the World Waits exhibition
August 6 to August 27
In 2021, Arts OutWest commissioned 15 central west songwriters to each write a song reflecting their experiences of 2020. They created a compilation album of original music. It was titled While the World Waits. In 2022, artists from across the Central West have been asked to use the CD as a jumping off point and inspiration for new work. The exhibition will showcase work from across all mediums. You will see painting, sculpture, drawing, ceramics, moving image, animation, photography, glass and textiles. The exhibition will be at the gallery on Gaskill Street until August 27.
Black Tie Fundraiser
Saturday, August 13
Cowra's Heritage Pavilion will host the mental health and suicide awareness event. Special guests, auctions and fantastic prizes will be won during the evening. Tickets include three courses and live music, with more exciting details to be released soon. Tickets are available by using the link https:events.humatix.com/inaugural-black-tie-event Guest speaker Mick Colliss, one of Australia's best after dinner speakers.
Gooloogong Recreation Park Markets
Sunday, August 14
The Gooloogong Recreation Park Markets will be making a return from 9am to 1pm on August 14. You can expect to find a wide array of items and food available. More information to come.
Sunday, September 25
Singing and playing multitude of instruments, members of Camerata Antica will perform three short collections of folk songs and dance tunes that blur the lines between improvisation, early music, and folk music. Expect a feast of folk songs from the British Isles, love songs from Italy, dances from across Europe, and bawdy drinking songs with mandatory audience participation
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