The theme for International Women’s Day to be held in Boorowa on March 10 has just been announced as “Old Habits Die Hard”.
Bookings are now open for this popular event.
Call Janene Hurley on 0263 851 330 or email her on Janene.email@example.com
Bookings are essential, with the payment of $25 at the door.
Chinese New Year
The Young & District Multicultural Association is holding a Chinese New Year event at the Chinese Tribute Garden on February 9.
Those attending are asked to bring food, rugs, chairs and sunscreen. Enjoy a picnic or use the barbeque facilities.
Legal Issues for Older People
Elder abuse is the opic of a film screening and an expert panel discussion being organised at Hilltops Council Library Young branch on February 20.
It is sponsored by Legal Aid, Hilltops Council and others. It is free and those interested should book by phoning 6382 1886 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a Seniors Week event.
Jugiong Program Available
The program for the biennial Jugiong Writer’s Festival is out now for the March 23/24 event “Dare to Dream, Down the Track”.
The festival features many distinguished writers, with discussion ranging over many topics. Bookings are online.
Ongoing - Burrangong Gallery, Young Visitor Information Centre
February 8 – Take 5 on Friday, Hilltops Library, Young from 12.30pm to 1pm. Free concert featuring local poet and raconteur, Jim Lamb. All welcome, bring a cool drink or coffee, lunch, family and friends.