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CONDOBOLIN. Dancing with Galari Bila Waga Dhaanys
Star Gazing With Donna the Astronomer
Art exhibitions with Bev Coe, Sista Shed weavers and Marion Whighton-Packham
Arts & Crafts
Wiradjuri language workshops v Intro to exciting online courses
Charles Sturt University Three Rivers information tent
Aboriginal sky stories
PEISLEY ST GALLERY, ORANGE. Find out what inspires Rhonda to create the stunning collection that is NOTES FROM THE WETLANDS and how the process came to be.
ORANGE. Meet award-winning historian Dr Stephen Gapps as he discusses The Sydney Wars, which reveals British soldiers and First Nation warriors both used military-style tactics in a ‘constant war’ during early settlement.
ORANGE. Garry Lowder has been a geologist for over 50 years and has just published a memoir of his experiences throughout the world. He will be discussing this adventures at an Author Talk in Orange.
BATHURST. Come along and listen to Ross Pogson, Collection Manager at the Australian Museum, talk about the minerals of Jenolan Caves and his geological and biological contributions.
TAMWORTH. Inspiring prose and poetry by diverse Australian writers responding to the big sky and wide landscapes of our ‘Inland Astro-Trail’. Including stargazing with Tamworth Regional Astronomy Club (TRAC)
GRENFELL. Karly is an Australian author who lives on the mid-north coast of NSW where her parents, grandparents and great grandparents all lived. She has a strong love of rural towns and the communities created in them. Titles such as The wrong Callahan, Someone like you, Six ways to Sunday, Tallowood bound, Gemma’s bluff, North star, Morgan’s law, Bridie’s choice, Second chance town, Poppy’s dilemma and Burnt. Join us to hear from Karly about her new book coming out in…
ORANGE. Discover the history of the wide comb shearing dispute with local author Mark Filmer.
BATHURST. In this Q&A-style event, John Killick invites you to ask him anything about his multiple prison stints. He will also discuss his three books that provide a raw insight into what triggered his crimes and his views on rehabilitation and prison reform.
BMEC, BATHURST. Archie Roach in conversation with Annette Gainsford about his new memoir Tell Me Why
ORANGE. Local author Lis Edwards’s book about Orange’s Dalton family entitled Wearing the Green: the Daltons and the Irish Cause
BLAYNEY. Discover the history of the wide comb shearing dispute with local author Mark Filmer.
ORANGE. Meet Chris Hammer in conversation at our Library UpLate event where we dim the lights, add refreshments and introduce you to the Library after hours
BATHURST. View a series of images from the landings on Gallipoli to the desert sands of Egypt, the Sinai and Palestine through several Australian Light Horse trooper's eyes.
ORANGE REGIONAL MUSEUM, ORANGE. The flappers of the 1920s pursued new freedoms defying convention and occasionally running foul of the law. Join Underworld curator Nerida Campbell for a lively discussion of the Flapper.
ORANGE REGIONAL MUSEUM, ORANGE. Descend into Sydney's underworld with exhibition curator Nerida Campbell in this free exhibition floor talk and guided tour of our exhibition Underworld: Mugshots from the Roaring Twenties.
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