Welcome to our list of arts and cultural events happening in the NSW Central West gathered from artists, event producers, great local venues and groups across the region. Use the contact or ticketing details listed with each event.

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Meet Craig Semple: The Cop Who Fell to Earth

Orange City Library 147 Byng Street, Orange, NSW, Australia

The Cop Who Fell to Earth is Craig's story of transformation and profound personal growth through exposure to extreme life events. Ultimately, it is a story of how human endurance, tenacity, sacrifice and belief in something beyond the self ultimately lead to the triumph of good over evil.

Free
Event Series Storytime @ Canowindra

Storytime @ Canowindra

Canowindra Library 70 Gaskill Street, Canowindra, NSW, Australia

Every Thursday during the school term.

They read stories, sing songs, play games and make craft. They are held during the school term and cater for preschool children and their carers.

Free

Cowra Library: Meet Craig Semple The Cop Who Fell to Earth

Cowra Library 77 Darling Street, Cowra, NSW, Australia

The Cop Who Fell to Earth is Craig's story of transformation and profound personal growth through exposure to extreme life events. Ultimately, it is a story of how human endurance, tenacity, sacrifice and belief in something beyond the self ultimately lead to the triumph of good over evil.

Free

Molong Library: Seniors Week: Meet Author Anne Ring – Engaging With Ageing

Cabonne Community Centre, Molong Bank St, Molong

We all get older, and yet ageing is a topic that is often ignored altogether or treated as something wholly negative. We are bombarded with products and lifestyle hacks to wind back the clock, perpetuating the stigma of old age.

In Engaging with Ageing Anne Ring challenges this with a fresh, new and wholistic perspective on growing older.

Free

Canowindra Library: Seniors Week: Meet Author Anne Ring – Engaging With Ageing

Canowindra Canowindra, NSW, Australia

We all get older, and yet ageing is a topic that is often ignored altogether or treated as something wholly negative. We are bombarded with products and lifestyle hacks to wind back the clock, perpetuating the stigma of old age.

In Engaging with Ageing Anne Ring challenges this with a fresh, new and wholistic perspective on growing older.

Free

Cowra Library: Seniors Week: Meet Author Anne Ring – Engaging With Ageing

Cowra Library 77 Darling Street, Cowra, NSW, Australia

We all get older, and yet ageing is a topic that is often ignored altogether or treated as something wholly negative. We are bombarded with products and lifestyle hacks to wind back the clock, perpetuating the stigma of old age.

In Engaging with Ageing Anne Ring challenges this with a fresh, new and wholistic perspective on growing older.

Free

Forbes Library: Seniors Week: Meet Author Anne Ring – Engaging With Ageing

Forbes Library 2 Victoria Street, Forbes, NSW, Australia

We all get older, and yet ageing is a topic that is often ignored altogether or treated as something wholly negative. We are bombarded with products and lifestyle hacks to wind back the clock, perpetuating the stigma of old age.

In Engaging with Ageing Anne Ring challenges this with a fresh, new and wholistic perspective on growing older.

Free

Seniors Week: Orange City Library Author Anne Ring – Engaging With Ageing

Orange City Library 147 Byng Street, Orange, NSW, Australia

We all get older, and yet ageing is a topic that is often ignored altogether or treated as something wholly negative. We are bombarded with products and lifestyle hacks to wind back the clock, perpetuating the stigma of old age.
In Engaging with Ageing Anne Ring challenges this with a fresh, new and wholistic perspective on growing older. The book acts as a personal ‘travel guide’, helping readers to navigate the way they individually choose to age. Anne Ring’s research empowers people to actively engage with how they will be old, rather than how old they are.

Free

Orange City Library: Seniors Week: Meet Author Anne Ring – Engaging With Ageing

Orange City Library 147 Byng Street, Orange, NSW, Australia

We all get older, and yet ageing is a topic that is often ignored altogether or treated as something wholly negative. We are bombarded with products and lifestyle hacks to wind back the clock, perpetuating the stigma of old age.
In Engaging with Ageing Anne Ring challenges this with a fresh, new and wholistic perspective on growing older. The book acts as a personal ‘travel guide’, helping readers to navigate the way they individually choose to age. Anne Ring’s research empowers people to actively engage with how they will be old, rather than how old they are.

Free

Blayney Library: Seniors Week: Meet Author Anne Ring – Engaging With Ageing

Blayney Library 48 Adelaide Street, Blayney, NSW, Australia

We all get older, and yet ageing is a topic that is often ignored altogether or treated as something wholly negative. We are bombarded with products and lifestyle hacks to wind back the clock, perpetuating the stigma of old age.

In Engaging with Ageing Anne Ring challenges this with a fresh, new and wholistic perspective on growing older.

Free

 

The What’s On calendar covers arts and heritage events happening across the NSW Central West in the local government areas of Bathurst Region, Blayney, Cabonne, Cowra, Forbes, Lachlan, Lithgow, Mid-Western Region, Oberon, Orange, Parkes and Weddin.

Event listings are sourced or supplied from local venues and arts organisations. Many events listed here have been originally shared by the organisers on social media. Whilst all care is taken – and accuracy is our priority – we can take no responsibility for date changes or the content of contributed information. Contact the event organisers listed for more details or to book tickets.

The best way to include your event is to use our SUBMIT HERE form (under the What’s On menu at the top of each page). These listings will be manually approved by the Arts OutWest team before publication.  Please allow a couple of days for listings to be published. If you have submitted an event and want to make changes just email us at artsoutwest@csu.edu.au

Featured events‘ are those submitted directly online by presenters.

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