Free workshops for young and old share the secrets of film and live streaming
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Age is no barrier when it comes to learning about film making or streaming with a number of free workshops being held on the Far South Coast. In April, Far South Film will present two-day workshops on Film making for Seniors as well as Live Visual Effects for Streaming for younger people. The youth workshop is a Youth Week event...
Enjoy Easter weekend in Snowy Mountains at sculpture festival and fairs
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There are three major events on in the Snowy Mountains this Easter weekend that the whole family can enjoy. Take a stroll past incredible artworks at Lake Light Sculpture or enjoy the varied entertainment, including music and competitions, offered in the Berridale and Adaminaby Easter Fairs. Lake Light Sculpture An annual outdoor sculpture exhibition held each Easter on the Lake...
Good folk of Queanbeyan say festival may be here to stay
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The good folk of Queanbeyan are already pitching that this weekend's re-imagined National Folk Festival in the town won't be a one-off. The barrage of businesses and community getting behind the Good Folk festival will mean Queanbeyan may continue to play a part in the event that was cancelled last year. The town's camping ground is booked out as hotels, pubs...
Far South Coast comes alive at Easter with festivals, art exhibitions
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The Far South Coast will be a hive of activity this Easter with plenty of events and activities for both visitors and locals. There's two-days of entertainment at the Eden Easter FunDayz, the always-popular Tilba Festival, the opening of a Sculpture Garden Exhibition at Navigate Arts near Tathra and a little further ahead there will be the opening of a...
Canberra the centrepiece for mass flypast to mark the centenary of the RAAF
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More than 60 historic and current aircraft will mark the centenary of the Royal Australian Air Force this Wednesday (31 March) with a wave of flypasts over Lake Burley Griffin from 11:25 am. The public is encouraged to find a vantage point on Lake Burley Griffin. Also keep a close eye on About Regional for a full wrap-up of the event, with...
Golden girl Fanny Lumsden bringing her Australiana songs to Queanbeyan’s Good Folk
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The National Folk Festival's Good Folk headliner and multi-award winner, Fanny Lumsden, appreciates the irony. The traumatic year of bushfires and COVID-19 was, from a career perspective, her best yet. The success of the 2021 Golden Guitar Female Artist of the Year's album Fallow, despite being released on the day the "music industry was cancelled", surpassed her understandably altered expectations,...
Cakes, cows and competitions for CWA conference in Bega
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The unstoppable Country Women's Association (CWA) will forge ahead with the 2021 state conference in Bega from 2-6 May 2021. Local conference organising committee president Helen Galton said the CWA is expecting 400 conference delegates to visit Bega for the CWA conference week which will be the venue for the NSW CWA Annual General meeting. Motions from the state's sub-branches will...
Australia’s Renovation Queen Cherie Barber to share her tips and tricks at Goulburn
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Cherie Barber began 'flipping' houses when she was 21-years-old and working two jobs in 1991. Today, dubbed 'Australia's Renovation Queen', she now runs courses on how to renovate homes for profit and will appear as the guest of the Goulburn Mulwaree Library at the Goulburn Mulwaree Council Chambers to talk all things renovation on Wednesday 21 April at 12:30 pm....
Compassion on display at this year’s Four Winds Festival
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Set deep in the bush near the NSW South Coast village of Bermagui, the 2021 Four Winds Festival will be a three-day event of extraordinary live music, dance, Indigenous culture, theatre and film presented at its stunning outdoor venue, the Sound Shell. Now in its 21st year, the festival continues to expand and attract international musicians, classical and avant-garde composers and...
Fire Up Cobargo promises a free day of entertainment and fundraising to help bushfire-affected locals
Community
After a year spent on the path of recovery from disastrous bushfires, the Bega Valley community and beyond has been invited to come together for a free event filled with entertainment. Fire Up Cobargo will be held on Saturday, 27 March, at Cobargo Showground, and aims to fundraise for a worthy cause: building sheds for bushfire affected locals. Event coordinator...
Photography helps Grant Kitchen move beyond his wheelchair
Arts & Culture
Technology can't help Grant Kitchen walk again, but it is helping him chase a love of photography. From the click of a button on his phone, the 62-year-old is able to capture sunsets, seascapes and a butterfly as it hovers above a thistle in the paddock. Now he's bravely preparing for his first public exhibition. At the age of 44,...
Foodies in for a treat at Narooma Oyster Festival 2021
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Mouths will be watering at the news the Narooma Oyster Festival is returning on 30 April to 1 May 2021 with a top line-up of chefs, oyster farmers and producers. The festival has attracted thousands of people each year and will be held in the Wagonga Inlet, Narooma and celebrates NSW South Coast oysters and the region’s natural quality produce,...
Flow into the weekend with live music and yoga at free festival in Goulburn
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After a year in isolation, it’s time to pull on a pair of jeans – or yoga pants – and head to Goulburn’s free Festival of Place where grooving jams and a relaxing yoga class will be on offer between 10 am and 3 pm this Saturday, 20 March. Taking to the main stage in Belmore Park will be local artists including...
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