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Green and gold shine bright in Spring, with the bud-burst of our parks and gardens and happy brilliance of our canola fields illuminating the countryside. Enjoy warm days and cool nights, taking in the smells and sights  of our region with plates full of new season asparagus and garlic.  There's no better time of year than right now to get out and about to enjoy Orange's stunning parks and gardens, with the Millthorpe Garden Ramble and Orange Open Gardens proving the perfect opportunity for you to (literally) stop and smell the roses!


02 Mar - 12 Nov 2019

Ross Hill Winery Daily Complimentary Tours

Before opening for tastings each day, they offer guests a complimentary tour of their Ross Hill NCOS certified carbon neutral winery. The tour is followed by a wine tasting at 10:30am redeemable on wine purchases.


31 Oct - 12 Nov 2019

Underworld: Mugshots from the Roaring Twenties

Descend into Sydney's seedy underworld in their new photographic exhibition revealing the dark side of the Roaring Twenties. Explore more than 130 candid and compelling mugshots taken by New South Wales Police between 1920 and 1930.


15 Nov 2019

Chamber Music Series - Concert Four

The final concert in the 2019 Chamber Music Series will feature a selection of mysterious and sometimes dark music from the likes of Mozart, Schoenberg, Schubert and more. Performed by David Shaw, Victoria Chatterley, Samantha Bartholomeusz, and Lujia Zhang.


16 Nov 2019

Common Ground: Communication Workshop

Learn the art of a good argument. Join Johanna from Make Do Co. in November for a special workshop called Common Ground.


16 Nov 2019

Grapes of Mirth: Comedy and Wine in Orange

Grapes of Mirth returns to Nashdale Lane Wines in Orange combining their three favourite things - comedy, wine and people. Get ready for six hours of comedy, music, wine, gourmet food and good times. Five of Australia's best comedians, and of course your host, Merrick Watts.


16 Nov 2019

Orange City Centre - Grand Opening

It's time to enjoy the new Orange City Centre, be the first to see what's new. They'll have goodie bags for the first 200 customers, live entertainment, roaming characters and amazing special offers throughout the Centre!


26 Jan - 16 Nov 2019

Orange Parkrun

Parkrun is for all ages and abilities. From beginners to Olympians. Parkrun is not a race against other runners, but a five kilometre timed run, jog or walk. It can really be whatever you want it to be, whether that's for fun or as part of a training plan.


15 Sep - 17 Nov 2019

Blayney Farmers' Market

The Blayney Farmers' Market is located in Carrington Park, Blayney, NSW and held on the third Sunday of every month rain, hail or shine. The market features seasonal fruit, vegetables, fresh organic meats, plants and flowers, bread, eggs and much more from local producers.


28 Apr - 17 Nov 2019

Chill Out Sundays at Duntryleague

Come and relax their lawn or amazing deck at Duntryleague, listen to live music, catch up with friends, kids activities, enjoy great food and local wine. Selected Sundays at Duntryleague during Spring, Summer and Autumn. Family friendly.


20 Oct - 17 Nov 2019

Free Outdoor Yoga

Enjoy the outdoors while healing, strengthening, calming, and empowering your mind and body with free outdoor yoga sessions alongside the Blayney Farmers' Markets during spring Participation is free, yoga mats will be available.


20 Nov 2019

Library Up Late: In Conversation with Chris Hammer

Join them for the second Library Up Late when they open the Library after hours with bestselling author of crime thriller Scrublands Chris Hammer.


22 Jun - 21 Nov 2019

Barrel and Larder Cooking School

Ross Hill Wines Cellar door houses the stunning, custom designed cooking school, Barrel and Larder. Local chefs, producers and businesses are invited to host the Barrel and Larder cooking classes for intimate group of 12 people.


22 Nov 2019

ORM Talks: Fearless Flappers

Fearless Flappers – Feminists of the Roaring Twenties? 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. Light refreshments included.


23 Nov 2019

Floor Talk - Underworld

Hear more Underworld stories in this free floor talk with exhibition curator Nerida Campbell The Roaring Twenties was a golden era for criminals. Social change post World War I brought opportunity, especially for the criminal elite.


23 Nov 2019

Hahn Duntryleague Open Amateur Golf Championship

Play in the 96th edition of the Hahn Duntryleague Open Amateur Golf Championship at Duntryleague this November.


23 Nov 2019

Self Actualisation Leadership Diploma

The Self Actualisation Leadership Diploma will inspire people to rise to their potential and shape capable leadership performance.


23 Nov 2019

Virtuoso #4: Severiano Paoli

In his Australian debut performance, Italian Double Bass virtuoso Severiano Paoli will perform as soloist with Colour City Chamber Orchestra.


26 Nov 2019

Paul Byrnes The Lost Boys Author Talk

Discover the incredibly powerful and moving stories of the Anzac kids who lied about their age to fight in the First World War - a unique and deeply personal side of history told here for the first time more one hundred years on.


26 Nov 2019

The Wharf Revue

Back with a bang! The all-singing, all-dancing, side-splittingly funny solution to all the world’s problems returns for another year of satirical genius. The West is crumbling, democracy is besieged and the world is run by morons with funny hair. You have to laugh.


29 Nov 2019

LuMi Dining at Philip Shaw Wines

Join them for this exclusive dinner with LuMi dining chef Federico Zanellato at Philip Shaw Wines. Five courses and paired Philip Shaw Wines. Bookings essential via Eventbrite.


30 Nov 2019

Workshop: Fold and Stitch - Artists' Books with Avril Makula

Ever wondered how to make a Turkish map fold, a snake book, a Columbus cube, a pants book, a leporello or a double concertina? Learn these and more in this two-day, hands-on workshop with participating artist and co-curator of Place, Avril Makula.


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