Road Closures: Council has advised the current detour when travelling between Canowindra and Eugowra is via Casuarina Drive and Warraderry Way. Council is hoping to open a side-track around the bridge when weather conditions permit. The gravel side-track was originally used when the bridge was constructed. Please be careful when driving on roads that have been impacted by the local weather events.
Carols At All Saints’ Anglican Church: The Christmas Carols for this festive season will be held at the All-Saints’ Anglican Church on Sunday, 19 December commencing at 6pm. There will be some surprise artists to assist with the singing. Everyone is welcome to join on the day.
Canowindra Christmas Day Lunch: A booking sheet for the Canowindra Christmas Day Lunch is available at Canowindra Newsagency, Vinnies, Food Basket, Canowindra Pharmacy and the Canowindra Creative Centre Shop. Please complete the form or contact Maureen 0487 201 300 or Deb 0487 801 767 by Friday 17th December. Please note: transport available within Canowindra 50km area.
A $100 First Lap Voucher Now Available: A $100 First Lap voucher is now available to parents, guardians and carers of children either aged three to six years who have not yet started school or who are in kindergarten in 2021 or 2022 to use towards the costs of swimming lessons. The voucher is valid until 30 June 2022 and a new voucher will be available from 1 July 2022. To claim yours, please visit www.service.nsw.gov.au/first-lap-swim-voucher
Service NSW Is Coming To Canowindra:
Service NSW will be in Canowindra today, 9 December from 9am – 3:30pm at Memorial Park on Gaskill Street. The friendly team will be able to assist you with essential NSW Government transactions which include. Please bring all required paperwork and supporting documents with you on the day.
DIY December: With the school holidays upon us, parents are having to come up with new ideas to keep the kids entertained outside of turning the box on! Many families may have already exhausted their go to activities through lockdown and are in much need of new and innovative ideas. The Family Project is encouraging families to put down their phone or tablet and opt for a DIY December, spending some time with their loved ones making Christmas cards, decorations, advent calendars and gifts this Christmas. For some great ideas go to: www.familyproject.org.au