Scone ADFAS presents “The Culture of Youth and Childhood; origins, influences and environments” lecture by Dr Kate Bishop

Scone ADFAS is pleased to present “The Culture of Youth and Childhood; origins, influences and environments” lecture by Dr Kate Bishop Kate is the Associate Professor and Director of Landscape Architecture in the School of Built Environment at the University of New South Wales, Sydney. Her background in environment -behaviour research reflects her abiding interest…

Singleton NAIDOC Family Fun Day

Welcome Ceremony, Flag Raise, Smoking Ceremony, Dances and Didge. Welcoming back Singleton NAIDOC Family Fun Day Wednesday 6th July 2022 ,10am-3pm at the Singleton Showground. NAIDOC Week celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. NAIDOC Week is celebrated by all Australians and is a great opportunity to learn more…

Exhibition of Artworks by James (Jim ) Rodger

Small Forest Wines is proud to present an exhibition of works by local equine veterinarian and artist James (Jim ) Rodger. The exhibition opens Saturday 11 June until Sunday 7 August. Artist statement: Jim Rodger is a Hunter Valley Equine veterinarian. Born in the U.K. and graduating from Glasgow University before commencing his career in…

Hunter Valley Art Fair

Treat yourself to original artworks and unique handmade wares. There will be: Live Demos, Fine Art, Meet the Makers, Handmade Creations, Large Selection of Artisans,  Unique Homewares & Gifts, Entertainment, Children’s Art & Craft Activities and Refreshments. Saturday 11 & Sunday 12 June – 10am to 4pm, and Monday 13 June 10am to 3pm Pokolbin…

Dungog Moving Forward

A celebration of Dungog’s rich bike culture in line with World Bicycle Day On Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th of June 2022, we are proud to be hosting the first annual festival called ‘Dungog Moving Forward’ in alignment with World bicycle day, to celebrate our town’s rich bicycle culture. The 2 day festival will be…

Pig Sty in July

Indulge in all things deep, dark, warm and wintery. Feast on local winter harvests, slug on the finest of refreshments, roll around on all fours to some exceptional live music and ripen the soul with some ‘big arse’ communal bonfires. Date: Saturday 2 July 2022 Venue: Dashville, Belford. Visit website Image courtesy of Dashville.

Teddy Tahu Rhodes, Guy Noble and Jane Rutter in concert

Three iconic stars Bass Baritone Teddy Tahu Rhodes, pianist-conductor-raconteur Guy Noble and flautist-comedienne Jane Rutter reunite as old friends in a brilliant musical celebration. The trio revisit and review their spectacular careers, from the poignancy and thrill of best-loved classical music to Sea Shanties and the songs of Peter Dawson, with a touch of light-hearted…