The NSW Government has announced Stay-at-home restrictions are in place for Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Maitland, Port Stephens and Cessnock local government areas until 11 October and Muswellbrook local government area until 5 October. For all the details visit NSW Health website.
Here is a list of events that have been either cancelled or postponed and venues in our region that have chosen to close.
Please note, this listed is updated as information comes to hand. Please check with venue before visiting.
Upper Hunter Shire
Aberdeen Highland Games – Postpone to Saturday 2 July 2022 Read more….
Merriwa Tourist Welcoming Centre – closed Read more….
Brushes & Pencils Art Studio – at Murrurundi – closed. Visit Facebook
Scone Films – screenings suspended until further notice Visit Facebook
Scone ADFAS – lectures postponed until 7 November 2021. Visit Facebook
Merriwa Railway Society Museum – closed until further notice Visit Facebook
Museum of Rural Life (Aberdeen) – Movie screenings – suspended until further notice Visit website
Murrurundi Creative Festival – postponed to 19-20 March 2022. Visit website
Singleton Historical Society & Museum – closed – Visit website
Singleton QuiltFest – postponed to 25-27 March 2022 – Visit Facebook
Muswellbrook (events update only, all venues are closed)
Muswellbrook Amateur Theatrical Society production of “Don’t Dress for Dinner’ – Opening night postponed till 24 February 2022
Muswellbrook Library – venue closed but have online resources – Visit Facebook
Dungog Tea Cosy – postponed. Call Pauline on 4992 3692.
Sculpture on the Farm – will now be exclusively online Visit website
Paterson Court House Museum – closed Visit website