Biggest Morning Tea
June 15, Milk Factory Art Gallery, 12 pm - 2pm
Yore Photographics will host a Biggest Morning Tea on June 15 at the Milk Factory Art Gallery. Kicking off at 12 pm, the day will feature MTV musician Timi Temple who will entertain the crowd as well as prizes. There will also be plenty of food provided by Highland Fling and Southern Rise Bakery, with coffee and tea available. Donation upon entry, with all money raised to go towards the Cancer Council.
Husky Dry Land Sledding
June 15, Wingello State Forest, 6 am - 4 pm
For the first time in a decade, the Siberian Husky Club NSW will host the National Australian Sleddog Sports Association Race and Sled Dog Shield at Wingello State Forest. It is a two day event with more than 150 entrants from around Australia competing. There will be plenty of dogs and races, with something for everyone. Coffee and tea will be provided. All dogs must be vaccinated.
RSVP in Print - Art Exhibition
June 13 - 25, Bowral Art Gallery
RSVP in Print will feature recent graphic work by 46 artists in an innovative print exchange between the Southern Highlands Printmakers and Firestation Print Studio in Armadale, Victoria. Showcasing 92 unique prints, the exhibition provides an insight into the themes engaging contemporary printmakers as they explore subjects such as the natural environment, personal narratives and more.The official exhibition opening will be on June 15 at 2 pm at the Bowral Art Gallery.
Your Town, Your Tour by Amber Lawrence
June 13, Robertson Public House, 7pm
Award winning Australian singer songwriter Amber Lawrence is heading to Robertson. The four time Golden Guitar winner will return to the stage to launch her sixth studio album Spark, featuring her hit single 'Outrageous'. You can catch Amber Lawrence at the Robertson Public House at 7 pm for dinner and a show on June 13. Tickets start at $75 and can be purchased online via Eventopia.
Bundanoon Makers Market
June 16, Soldiers Memorial Hall, 8:30 am - 2 pm
The Bundanoon Makers Market is back for the third Sunday of June. Head to Bundanoon for your market fix this weekend. If craft-work, jewellery, leather-work and photography are what you are looking for, there will be plenty of stalls for you to browse. There will also be plenty of hot food to take away the winter chill, with hot Indian dishes, Lebanese food and Japanese pancakes on offer. Stock up on your groceries at the market with fresh fruit, vegetables and fresh bread.