1 – Whacky Wickets, Friday 12, Bradman Oval. Bowral, 5:30pm-7:30pm.
Ladies of the Highlands, make the most of the Spring warmer weather and enjoy some social cricket.
Women of all ages welcome, evenly paced game for all experience levels.
Enquiries sent to email@example.com or phone: 4862 1247 $10 per week, comes with team T-shirt.
2 – Selby and Friends, Four Seasons Concert. Saturday 13, Memorial Hall Bowral, 5pm
In a night that will see chamber music from all corners of the world dance upon your ears in a rich over-flowing state, Selby and Friends’ Four Seasons concert featuring music by Piazzolla and de Falla will be held at Bowral Memorial Hall.
Saturday, October 13 – 5:00pm. Tickets available from: www.selbyandfriends.com.au or call 1300 511 099
3 – Lebanese Film Festival, Saturday 13, New Empire Cinema. 327 Bong Bong Street, Bowral. 4:30pm
The St.George Bank Lebanese Film Festival is returning to Bowral’s New Empire Cinema.
Cannes Award winning film, Capharnaum will be screening, due to be released in 2019.
Entry is $12
4 – Puppet theater for all ages, Sunday 14, Sutton Forest Hall, 7414 Illawarra Highway, Sutton Forest, 11am
“The Frog Prince at the Once Upon a Time Cafe” will be presented and preformed by Sue Wallace and Steve Coupe from the Sydney Puppet Theatre. A fairy tale that combines puppets, acting and live music.
Arrive 15 minutes early, make a cup of tea and play with a collection of hand and string puppets.
Adults $15, Kids $11, any group of 4 or more $10.50 each. No bookings required.
For more information call Sue on: 0438 218 217.
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5 – Market to Market. Bowral Public School Markets, Saturday 13, 8am – 1pm, Bowral Public School, Bendooly Street, Bowral.
Based on traditional European Market sets. A Maker's Market, It's a Producer's Market and a Artisan Market all in one.
Robertson Markets, Sunday 14, 9am – 2pm, School of Arts, Hoddle Street, Robertson. A wide variety of stalls and bargains.
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