Stork News: Bianca Amos and Anthony Howard are excited to announce the safe arrival of their first child Riley Eric James Howard. Riley was born at Orange Base Hospital on Wednesday 5 June weighing 8 pound 3 ounces. Proud grandparents are Garry and Kim Amos of Cowra, Rick Howard and Leonie Trounson of Whitton and Ronnie Peacock of Finley.
Breakfast @ Montrose House: Tommy is now offering Full Breakfast every Saturday and Sunday from 8am for $20pp and also Devonshire Tea on Sunday’s from 11am for $15 for 2 people.
Feeling Peckish? Join the Central West Writers’ Group Brunch at Lyndhurst Take Away Cafe at 34 Mount McDonald Rd on Sunday 23rd June from 10am to 12noon. BYO short piece of your writing you’d like some feedback on, and something to write on/with if you’d like to take part in the 100 word story/poem challenge. Please RSVP so you have a seat saved. Free to attend, just buy your own cuppa/treat.
Full Change of Art: The Canowindra Arts Gallery in Gaskill St will have a complete change-out of art works on 18th June 2019. If you have any new artworks ready please head to the website and submit an
entry form. The Garden of Love: Following its acclaimed program of cantatas at the 2018 Baroquefest, Canberra’s Ad Hoc Baroque will return to celebrate springtime with a superb cantata by Alessandro Scarlatti, “Il Giardino d’Amore” (The Garden of Love). This tells the story of the goddess Venus and the love-stricken shepherd boy Adonis. Scored for recorder, trumpet and strings, its duets and arias are full of musical variety, evocative descriptions of nature, and emotional feeling. Tickets for Baroquefest are now on sale head to www.baroquefest.org.au
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Campoven Cookoff: Are you having a campoven this weekend? Head in to Muzzy’s Quality Meats and pick up a lamb or pork roast to pop in the camp oven!
Orana House New Garden: Have you seen the lovely new garden at Orana House yet? Take a stroll past and check out the work of the volunteers who have put it together.