Bach in Three at St Jude's
July 14, St Jude's Anglican Church Bowral, from 2:30 pm
Thoroughbass will present Bach in Three. Stephen Freeman and Shaun Warden will play violin, Shaun Ng will be on the viola da gamba and Diana Weston the harpsichord. Attendees will discover the difference a generation makes. The program will demonstrate the intricate and abstruse style of the great Johann Sebastian, the expressive and eccentric one of Emmanuel, and the lyrically lovely one of Christian in sonatas for various combinations of strings, all played on period instruments. Johann Sebastian and sons Carl Philip Emmanuel and Johann Christian, each separated by twenty years, will demonstrate diverging music styles, tap into the trends of the day and display their own unique personalities.
Yerrinbool Station Centenary
July 13, Yerrinbool Station, from 10 am - 12 pm
Transport NSW and the Yerrinbool Village Group will celebrate 100 years since Yerrinbool Station was founded. Special guest speakers include mayor Duncan Gair, MP Nathaniel Smith, station manager Graeme Bond and VIPs. Cake, morning tea and a guided tour of the station will be on offer. Mayor Gair will plant a commemorative tree to mark the occasion. Yerrinbool Station was first established in 1919 and has been a vital railway stop in the region ever since. Contact Maryann on 0405 266 481 to RSVP by July 10.
The Village Oosh
July 8 - July 19, Bundanoon Public School, 7 am - 6 pm
The Village Oosh has a two week fun filled program for the school holidays. Get up and close with some farm animals, or be inspired by the movie 'Up' and fill as many helium balloons as possible for lift off. Celebrate the end of holidays with a jumping castle, party food, games and prizes. For more information visit https://www.villagesoosh.com/.
Bowral Public School Markets
July 13, Bowral Public School, 8 am - 1 pm
Head down to one of the oldest markets in the Southern Highlands. Whether you're looking for a gift for someone special or just want to spoil yourself, Bowral Public School Markets have all your shopping needs. From jewellery stalls to potted plants, clothing, and fresh produce there will be plenty of items to see and buy.
July 14, Robertson School of Arts, 9 am - 2 pm
Robertson Markets are back once more in July. Discover items that you never thought you needed as you make your way through stalls at the Robertson Markets. There are plenty of crafts, jewellery and home made produce to sink your teeth in to or pick up all your fresh fruit and veggies at the markets instead.
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