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September 2019

Kyogle Spring Garden Showcase

September 3 @ 8:00 am - September 19 @ 5:00 pm

Entries in the Kyogle Spring Garden Showcase 2019 close on Tuesday 10 September 2019, with judging to take place on 18 and 19 September. The competition is open to all residents of the Kyogle Council local government area. Competition schedules are available at Kyogle Country Store and Gateway Office Supplies. For further information, contact Margaret on 6632 1930 or 0414 954 466.

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Birds Of A Feather…now and then – Exhibition Roxy Art Gallery

September 11 @ 10:00 am - October 6 @ 3:00 pm
Roxy Gallery, Kyogle, 143 Summerland Way
Kyogle, NSW 2474 Australia
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‘Birds Of A Feather….now and then’ will be on show at Council's Roxy Gallery from 11 September to 6 October. It features the works of three local female artists perched in the space alongside some of their creative family fledglings. Anthea Moffatt, Wendy McGain and Pam Cowgill have spent the last year in their studios working on new pieces for this exhibition. As accomplished artists in their own right, all three women are examples of committed artists who have shared…

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BreastScreen NSW mobile unit in Kyogle

September 16 @ 9:00 am - October 7 @ 4:00 pm

The BreastScreen NSW North Coast mobile unit will be returning to Kyogle for a three week visit from 16 September until 8 October 2019. Appointments are now open for booking. BreastScreen NSW is a free breast screening program. The earlier a cancer is detected, the greater the likelihood of successful treatment. The BreastScreen NSW program recommends women aged 50 to 74 have a mammogram every two years, however all women over 40 are eligible for a free screening mammogram. A…

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One Voice Choir

September 21 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Kyogle Memorial Institite Hall, Stratheden Street
Kyogle, 2474
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$10 – $25

One Voice Richmond Valley Community Choir is turning 10, and to celebrate the milestone it will hold a concert on Saturday 21 September at the Kyogle Memorial Hall at 2pm. All welcome to attend. Admission is $10 a single or $25 for a family.

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Hanging Rock’s Got Talent

September 21 @ 3:00 pm - 11:30 pm
Hanging Rock Hall

Hanging Rock’s Got Talent Quest will be held at the Hanging Rock Hall on Saturday 21 September from 3pm. Whether you are a gum leaf player, a ballet dancer or a rock band, come to the Hanging Rock Hall and demonstrate your talent for a chance to win big prize money (open section first prize $400, second $100; juniors (8-15 year olds) first prize  $100, second $50; people’s choice $100). Registration is compulsory with a deadline of September 10. There…

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September Kyogle Bazaar

September 28 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Kyogle Ampitheatre

At last Spring has sprung. Time to get out and about and see what the Kyogle Bazaar is all about. The community barbecue will be fired up and there will be heaps of local artisan stalls. Some new children’s activities will join this month's Bazaar as well as a new busker and some community groups are coming along to share some information.

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October 2019

Tabulam Blueberry Market

October 13 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Tabulam will host a Blueberry Market on Sunday 13 October from 9am-2pm in the Tabulam Hall grounds (behind the CWA). There will be free a jumping castle, puppet show, face painting and great music as well as stalls selling fresh blueberries, new season local peaches and much more. The market is sponsored by Mountain Blue Farming.  For more information go to the event's Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/tabulamblueberryfestival/ or phone Vicki on 6661 3593.  

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Festival of Small Halls – Mallanganee Concert

October 30 @ 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Mallanganee Memorial Hall Mallanganee, NSW 2469 Australia + Google Map
$25.51

The Festival of Small Halls Spring Tour is coming to Mallanganee on Wednesday 30 October, with featured artists The Jellyman's Daughter and Ash Bell and Sara Tindley. Festival of Small Halls is Australia’s largest music tour dedicated exclusively to regional, rural and remote Australia. Producer Eleanor Rigden says programming the tour hand-in-hand with some of Australia’s biggest music festivals means regional communities can leverage access to the same standard of arts and culture as their metropolitan counterparts. Hailing from Edinburgh,…

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