Blamey Street Big Band High Tea
- October 20, The Robertson School of Arts, 2 pm
Get ready to swing and jive at The Robertson School of Arts. The Blamey Street Big Band will perform at a swing music and high tea fundraiser on October 20. Southern Highlands Jazz Inc will raise funds to its plans to reinstate the Southern Highlands Jazz Festival in 2020. The high tea fundraiser will begin at 2 pm and will cost $25. Children under 16 years old accompanied by an adult are free. Wine, beer and soft drink will be available for purchase at the venue. Tickets are available now for purchase through TryBooking at https://www.trybooking.com/BFBKI.
- Every Friday, Bradman Oval, 5:30 pm
Returning after a successful debut last year, Bradman Oval will be hosting another season of Whacky Wickets which encourages women of all ages to get out on the field and enjoy the great game of cricket. Whacky Wickets begins at 5:30pm each Friday afternoon and it's open registration. If you miss a week, that's okay. It's for whoever turns up on the night.
Berrima Courthouse Interactive Ghost Tour
- October 18, Berrima Courthouse, 8:30 pm - 10:30 pm
The Berrima Courthouse interactive ghost tour is back for another ghoulish adventure. Learn about the history and past criminals who once graced Berrima courthourse and the all the paranormal activity that goes on. Experience doppelganner activity, be overcome by spirit and witness full bodied apparitions.
Wingello Spring Fling
- October 20, Wingello Public School, 9 am - 2 pm
Head to Wingello for the Spring Fling this weekend. The school and community fundraising event will be a great family fun day with plenty of entertainment for everyone. There will be live music, market and food stalls, jumping castle and a chocolate spinning wheel on the day. You've got to be in it to win it, first prize of the raffle draw is an overnight stay for two adults and two children at Jamala wildlife lodge in Canberra. Entry fee is a gold coin.
Realism and Romanticism
- October 4 - 28, Milk Factory Gallery, 10 am - 4 pm
Join Anthony Springford and Max Linegar as they show their collection 'Realism and Romanticism' at the Milk Factory Gallery. Anthony Springford is a Bowral-based artist with a practice that has includes painting, drawing, and writing. His art is shaped by his fascination with the history of visual culture. Max's drawings use charcoal and pastel to capture the transitional light of dawn and dusk.
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