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Trysts and Interludes Prints from the Howard Hinton Collection
Trysts & Interludes: Prints from the Howard Hinton Collection 28 Jul 2017
Discover some of the prints from the Howard Hinton Collection in this exhibition at the New England Regional Art Museum. 'Trysts & Interludes presents twenty-one prints by leading Australian artists including Ethel Spowers, Adrian Feint, A.H. Fulwood, Lionel Lindsay and Norman Lindsay. The Howard Hinton Collection of over 1000 artworks that were donated by the leading philanthropist to the newly formed Armidale Teacher's College between 1929 and 1948. The collection includes 160 prints including etching, lithograph, woodblock, lino and monoprinting. The exhibition is part of The Print Room program of exhibitions at NERAM in association with the Museum of Printing. Image: Ethel Spowers (1890-1947) School is Out 1936 Colour linoprint on Japanese paper Gift of Howard Hinton 1936 Howard Hinton Collection New England Regional Art Museum http://www.neram.com.au
UNE Student photo contest
"2017 UNE Student Photography Contest" exhibition opens 11 Aug11 Aug 2017
Opening: Venue: New England Regional Art Museum, 106-114 Kentucky Street. Time: Friday August 11, 6.00pm. For more information, phone 02 6772 5255. Live music, food and drinks - all welcome. This year the contest is open to all students and the theme is 'Life at UNE' with a variety of perspectives on show. All works entered will be on display on the day with a selection on show at NERAM until the 24 September. The winners of cash prizes (1st Prize $300/2nd Prize $200/3rd Prize $100 and the Director's Choice) will be announced at the launch event. Guest speakers: -Professor Annabelle Duncan, Vice Chancellor, University of New England -Lindsay Woodland, Group Leader - Organisational Services, Armidale Regional Council The 2017 Awards are being judged by Matt Bedford, photographer and journalist, The Armidale Express and Terry Cooke, photographer. Exhibition: Venue: New England Regional Art Museum, 106-114 Kentucky Street. Time: 10.00am-4.00pm (Tuesday to Sunday). For more information, phone 02 6772 5255.
Interior Landscapes Elisabeth Cummings
"Interior Landscapes": Elisabeth Cummings Exhibition opens 18 Aug18 Aug 2017
Opening: Venue: New England Regional Art Museum, 106-114 Kentucky Street. Time: Friday 18 August, 6.00pm. For more information, phone 02 6772 5255. Guest Speaker: Sioux Garside, Exhibition Curator Exhibition: Venue: New England Regional Art Museum, 106-114 Kentucky Street. Time: 10.00am-4.00pm (Tuesday to Sunday). For more information, phone 02 6772 5255. Discover the acclaimed retrospective exhibition by 'one of the great painters of our era'. Elisabeth Cummings (b.1934 Brisbane) is now acknowledged as one of Australia's most important living artists and this exhibition documents her career over the past fifty years with stirring paintings of studio interiors and the landscape which range between abstraction and the figurative. This retrospective exhibition has been curated by Sioux Garside and is being toured by the Drill Hall Gallery at the Australian National University.
Plain Satin and Twill
"Plain, Satin & Twill" Exhibition opens 18 Aug18 Aug 2017
Opening: Venue: New England Regional Art Museum, 106-114 Kentucky Street. Time: Friday 18 August, 6.00pm. For more information, phone 02 6772 5255. Exhibition: Venue: New England Regional Art Museum, 106-114 Kentucky Street. Time: 10.00am-4.00pm (Tuesday to Sunday). For more information, phone 02 6772 5255. Plain, Satin & Twill: Highlights from the Tamworth Regional Gallery National Textile Collection - Guest Speaker: Bridget Guthrie, Director, Tamworth Regional Gallery Tamworth Regional Gallery’s association with textile art dates back to the 1970s. Since then, the Gallery has focused on developing an Australian textile collection that embraces all related art and craft forms. The nationally significant collection comprises of excellent examples of work that document the changes in textile practice over the past 40 years. In October 2017 Open House: the 2017 Tamworth Textile Triennial will be opening and this collaborative exhibition with NERAM is an opportunity for New England residents to discover the body of textile works held by the gallery.
Backtrack exhibition
"BackTrack: A Collaboration" Exhibition opens 18 Aug18 Aug 2017
Opening: Venue: New England Regional Art Museum, 106-114 Kentucky Street. Time: Friday 18 August, 6.00pm. For more information, phone 02 6772 5255. Exhibition: Venue: New England Regional Art Museum, 106-114 Kentucky Street. Time: 10.00am-4.00pm (Tuesday to Sunday). For more information, phone 02 6772 5255. BackTrack: A collaboration - Guest Speaker: Paul Dawson, Program Co-ordinator, Backtrack Backtrack: A Collaboration presents recent works made by the Backtrack students in collaboration with Artist-in-Residence Matt Pilkington. Art workshops with the resident artist at BackTrack provide participants with the opportunity to explore and develop skills in a range of artistic mediums. Backtrack offers young people who have lost their way an opportunity to reconnect with their education and training, to become work ready, find jobs, lead happy and productive lives and participate fully in the community. The works in this exhibition are available for purchase - funds raised will go toward supporting Backtrack.
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Jillian Culey's Basketry workshop at Go Create New England19 Aug 2017
Explore the ancient arts of string making and twined basket weaving using natural materials. Twining is one of the major basketry techniques and involves weaving where two or more elements cross each other as they weave around spokes. It can be used to create a range of different shapes and patterns. In this workshop we will make a small bag. The workshop will also include discussion on the collection and preparation of natural materials. Price: $240.00 (early bird, booked 1 month prior) $280.00 (late booking) includes delicious morning teas. Lunch available upon request... http://www.gocreatenewengland.com/product/jillian-culey-basketry-19-20-august/
armidale art gallery
Armidale Art Gallery Exhibition Openings19 Aug 2017
Venue: Armidale Art Gallery, 168 Beardy Street Mall (upstairs - adjacent Carr's NewsXpress). Time: 6.00pm. Meet the artists and enjoy glass of wine. For more information, phone 02 6772 9993. Exhibitions: Wild Rivers: Robyn Fredericks (in the Terrace Room) Points of View: Robert Stanley (in the Main Room) Near and Far - the World in Colour: David Davies (in the Skylight Room)
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Armidale Art Gallery Exhibition - Wild Rivers: Robyn Fredericks 21 Aug 2017
Venue: Armidale Art Gallery, 168 Beardy Street Mall (upstairs - adjacent Carr's NewsXpress). Time: 10.00am-4.00pm (Monday to Friday), 10.00am-1.00pm (Saturday and Market Sunday). For more information, phone 02 6772 9993. Wild Rivers: Robyn Fredericks (in the Terrace Room) - The Wild Rivers paintings are mostly small, framed works in acrylic depicting impressions of the range of moods and colours that our amazing gorge country, with its with rivers and waterfalls, can conjure up, depending on the season and time of day.
Robert Stanley
Armidale Art Gallery Exhibition - Points of View: Robert Stanley 21 Aug 2017
Venue: Armidale Art Gallery, 168 Beardy Street Mall (upstairs - adjacent Carr's NewsXpress). Time: 10.00am-4.00pm (Monday to Friday), 10.00am-1.00pm (Saturday and Market Sunday). For more information, phone 02 6772 9993. Points of View: Robert Stanley (in the Main Room) - Landscape and macro photography mostly taken in the New England Tablelands. "I am a self-taught local photographer that takes most of my inspiration from the natural world. I am happiest in the bush making discoveries, whether that be a wide-angle unseen?"
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Armidale Art Gallery Exhibition - Near and Far - the World in Colour: David Davies 21 Aug 2017
Venue: Armidale Art Gallery, 168 Beardy Street Mall (upstairs - adjacent Carr's NewsXpress). Time: 10.00am-4.00pm (Monday to Friday), 10.00am-1.00pm (Saturday and Market Sunday). For more information, phone 02 6772 9993. Near and Far - the World in Colour: David Davies (in the Skylight Room) - This exhibition consists of paintings both of Australia and those of other parts of the world, hence, Near and Far. When I travel I take digital photographs but also sketch with both pencil and watercolour. I use these as source material to paint larger acrylics when I return home. The digital photographs provide a compositional framework for the paintings but the time spent sketching has imprinted the image and enables me to put more of myself into the paintings. I have included watercolour paintings in this exhibition to show the strong use of colour in them.
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Table Talk Pottery Workshops22 Aug 2017
Arts North West is offering 2 FREE pottery workshops to refugees and new migrants of Armidale with Nicci Parry-Jones, a regional potter who will show basic pottery skills to make a bowl and decorate it. When the bowls are finished we will be able to serve food in them. WORKSHOP 1: Tuesday 22 August 10am to 12.30pm On this day we will design and make our bowls with clay WORKSHOP 2: Tuesday 29 August 10am to 12.30pm On this day we will decorate our bowl with hand painting Venue: Uniting Church Hall, 114 Rusden St, Armidale What to bring: An old towel, a garbage bag and please wear old clothes For more information contact Nicci 6732 4988 office@artsnw.com.au
Farm Based Tourism
Farm Based Tourism Focus of Landcare Member Muster23 Aug 2017
The quarterly Southern New England Landcare ‘Member Muster’ will focus on farm-based tourism, and host three guest speakers who will share their experiences and open discussion on the topic with members and friends of the organisation. Lucy Frizell and her family from the Wollomombi area who have set up their FarmStay Waterfall Way Accommodation will talk about the full farmstay experience they share with visitors. Participants will also hear from Mr David Thompson from Regional Development Australia, who will discuss some regional data on farm based tourism opportunities. The evening will round off with a question and answer session providing participants the opportunity to enquire more deeply into areas of interest. This event is open to all and will be held 5.30 - 7.30 pm on Wednesday 23rd August in Armidale Business Enterprise Centre Training Room, Hanna’s Arcade. This is a free event with a light supper. Be sure to RSVP at https://www.stickytickets.com.au/55900/snelandcare_member_muster__farm_based_tourism.aspx https://snelandcare.org.au/event/farm-based-tourism-member-muster
Feeding Camels
New England Camel Co.25 Aug 2017
Venue: New England Camel Farm. Time: 11.00am-2.00pm. Cost: $15 (adult), $10 (child). For more information and address, phone 0439 922 350. There are llamas, camels and farm animals to visit and feed. Camel rides and llama walks available during dry weather, by arrangement. Relax and watch a DVD about the history of camels. Sensible footwear and warm coat are a good idea. We are a non-smoking property. A warm fire in a rustic converted shed and a humble little shop selling camel products such as soap, moisturizer, scarves, mittens, candles etc. completes the experience. To feed the animals, please bring along some carrots, apples or bread. Feel free to bring a picnic if you wish!
Liz Powells Paper and Stitch
Liz Powell's Paper and Stitch at Go Create New England26 Aug 2017
This 2 day workshop is all about experimenting with the interaction of paper and stitch. The immediate form of combining stitching and handmade papers to make larger patchwork forms or composite book pages and decorative spines such as Coptic binding is only the beginning. Liz will bring up prepared paper, her own plant fibre and some Japanese mulberry paper, that students can incorporate found grasses, seeds, and drawings of etc into with the Joomchi process. The weekend time line will be much less frantic with the paper already made and will allow participants to spend more time on manipulating the Joomchi and turning it into books, bags or other objects. Liz will also have notes available on plant paper making for those who would like to pursue that avenue at home. Price: $240.00 (early bird booking) $280.00 (late booking) includes delicious morning teas. Lunch available upon request... http://www.gocreatenewengland.com/product/liz-powell-paper-stitch-26-27th-august/
dance
Flying High Charity Ball26 Aug 2017
Venue: Armidale City Bowling Club, 92-96 Dumaresq Street. Time: 6.00 for 6.30pm (entrée served at 6.30pm). Cost: $90pp (18 years and over) - available through www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=297230. Dress: formal. Entertainment by Splashpool. All profits to Northern Helicopter Rescue Service. For more information, phone Kasey on 0431 409 935.
Market Sunday Concert Uniting church
Market Sunday Concert27 Aug 2017
Venue: Uniting Church, 114 Rusden Street. Time: 12.30pm (tea and sausages available from 11.30am). Concert is free, but donations are greatly appreciated. For more information, phone 02 6772 3233. Music of the Spirit A journey into the depths of the soul awaits the audience in the music this Market Sunday Concert, with local group Lyrico. Like a tapestry, Lyrico is a delightful ensemble that weaves ancient and mythological stories, into colourful and mesmerising melodies and song. Lissa-Käthe Schönegge captivates us with her mellifluous voice and harp. Linda Frame guides us with her rhythmic bodhran and Fiona McDonald lures us with her enchanting flute, as each song unfurls. A High German Folk song, a Scottish Gaelic chant, a Northumbrian murder ballad and an Irish love promise, are all in store in this bewitching concert.
Markets in the Mall
Markets in the Mall27 Aug 2017
At The Mall, Beardy Street. TIME: 8.30am-1.00pm. Purchase fresh products from producers and possibly find the article that you have always wanted! For more information or to book stall, phone Garry on 0418 249 912 or Demian on 0417 203 009 or email markets@armidaleamrotary.org.au
ACO Collective
ACO Collective31 Aug 2017
New England Conservatorium in association with Australian Chamber Orchestra present this stunning 17-piece string ensemble performance. Combining musicians of the ACO with Australia’s most talented young professional musicians at the outset of their careers, creating a combined ensemble with a fresh, energetic performance style. This concert features internationally acclaimed Finnish violinist Pekka Kuusisto as ACO Collective Artistic Director and guest artist British clarinettist Matthew Hunt. MOZART: Divertimento in D major, K.136 BRAHMS: Clarinet Q’tet arr Stgs w Clarinet BARTOK: Divertimento for Strings Sz113 Performing in Armidale: 7 pm, Thursday 31 August 2017 At the Armidale Town Hall – 127 Rusden St https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=252849
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Jazz at the SerVies1 Sep 2017
At the Coffee Lounge, Armidale Ex-Services Memorial Club, 137 Dumaresq Street. Time: 5.50-6.30pm and 7.30-9.00pm. For more information, phone 02 6776 0800.
Feeding Camels
New England Camel Co.1 Sep 2017
Venue: New England Camel Farm. Time: 11.00am-2.00pm. Cost: $15 (adult), $10 (child). For more information and address, phone 0439 922 350. There are llamas, camels and farm animals to visit and feed. Camel rides and llama walks available during dry weather, by arrangement. Relax and watch a DVD about the history of camels. Sensible footwear and warm coat are a good idea. We are a non-smoking property. A warm fire in a rustic converted shed and a humble little shop selling camel products such as soap, moisturizer, scarves, mittens, candles etc. completes the experience. To feed the animals, please bring along some carrots, apples or bread. Feel free to bring a picnic if you wish!
Battle Cup Challenge
Battle Cup Challenge1 Sep 2017
Are you prepared? This is the one that will push you to your physical and mental limits! Battle Cup Challenge is the ultimate competitive knock-out assault obstacle gauntlet to test your strength, speed, and agility. There will be 3 race categories to choose from. All male team, all female team, or a mixed team (2x Male + 2x Female). The first ever Battle Cup Challenge is being dedicated to the community’s own rescue helicopter, with all profits from the three-day event being donated to the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service. Each year the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service is on standby 24 hours a day to help save lives throughout our region. And no one has ever paid to be assisted by the Service because of the gene http://www.battlecup.com.au/
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The Annual Sir Frank Kitto Lecture1 Sep 2017
The Annual Sir Frank Kitto Lecture to be presented by The Hon Justice Brian J Preston SC, Chief Judge of the Land and Environment Court of New South Wales ‘What’s equity got to do with the environment?’ Presented by The Hon Justice Brian J Preston SC Chief Judge of the Land and Environment Court of New South Wales Time: 1:30-2.30pm Venue: JP Belshaw Lecture Theatre (LT1), EBL Building, Trevenna Rd, University of New England
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PLC Annual Starry Night of Music1 Sep 2017
Venue: Astra Arts Centre PLC Time: 6.00 - 7.30 Cost: Adults $15. Children $10. Family $30 Refreshments available from 5.00pm Limited tickets will be available at the door https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=286278
RSPCA adopt a pet day 2017
RSPCA Adopt a Pet Day2 Sep 2017
The Armidale Branch of the RSPCA is a volunteer branch, with animals in foster care in homes throughout the area. On the 1st Saturday of the month we gather in the RSPCA shelter in Curtis Park (Creeklands) so that prospective pet owners can meet the animals that are in care. Dogs cost $260, Cats $150 and small animals $70. All animals are vaccinated, de-sexed and microchipped. Animals that are up for adoption can also be found on https://www.adoptapet.com.au/ Select Armidale as the branch. https://www.rspcansw.org.au/get-involved/become-a-volunteer/volunteer-branches/armidale
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Jan Clark's Layered Textiles workshop at Go Create2 Sep 2017
Art quilts are built up in layers, both physical and philosophical. Starting at the beginning with the first layer, Jan will encourage you to work towards a final surface that expresses your personal creativity, with some twists and turns on the way. Using the elements of design Jan will lead you towards a finished artwork in your own style. You will make some painted fabrics to add to the mix as well. Price: $220.00 (early bird price, booked 1 month prior) $260.00 (late booking) http://www.gocreatenewengland.com/product/jan-clark-layered-textiles-2-3-september/
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Armidale Birdwatching Group3 Sep 2017
At Little Llangothlin Nature Reserve, . TIME: 8.00am (depart Visitor Information Centre, 82 Marsh Street). Bring food (morning tea and lunch), water, binoculars, sunscreen and hat, and wear stout shoes. For more information and register to join group, phone Shirley on 02 6772 7262.
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Fundraising Film night - “Hampstead”7 Sep 2017
Friends of the Armidale Library Fundraising Film night Venue: Belgrave Cinema Time: Thurdsay 7 September, 6:30pm Cost: $18 per ticket “Hampstead” Starring Diane Keaton & Brendan Gleeson Tickets are available from Chris Stephen 0488751110 & Bronwyn Meredith 67727065.
Feeding Camels
New England Camel Co.8 Sep 2017
Venue: New England Camel Farm. Time: 11.00am-2.00pm. Cost: $15 (adult), $10 (child). For more information and address, phone 0439 922 350. There are llamas, camels and farm animals to visit and feed. Camel rides and llama walks available during dry weather, by arrangement. Relax and watch a DVD about the history of camels. Sensible footwear and warm coat are a good idea. We are a non-smoking property. A warm fire in a rustic converted shed and a humble little shop selling camel products such as soap, moisturizer, scarves, mittens, candles etc. completes the experience. To feed the animals, please bring along some carrots, apples or bread. Feel free to bring a picnic if you wish!
white balloon day
Bravehearts White Balloon Fundraising Day8 Sep 2017
At Curtis Park Time: 10:30am Lolly guessing competition Cake stall Fundraising stall Live music Cultural dances For further information please contact Hazel Vale on 0473 053 379 or email hvale867@gmail.com
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Suicide prevention day 8 Sep 2017
At Mallam House Time: 10am - walk to Central Park, Armidale 12pm - BBQ Lunch, Drumbeat & Smoking Ceremony at Mallam House Guest Speakers Associate Professor John Malouff & Provisional Psychologist Darren Moss National suicide prevention walks held to coincide with World Suicide Prevention Day. Raise awareness, remember those lost to suicide, and unite in a commitment to prevent further deaths by suicide For more information contact Mallam House 9393 9556
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New England Ladies Kennel Club8 Sep 2017
At the Armidale Tourist Park, 39 Waterfall Way (enter from Cookes Road). TIME: 9.00am-3.30pm. COST: $2. Dogs, stalls, raffles, canteen and free jumping castle For more information, phone 0428 383 304.
PLC Armidale String Soiree
PLC Year 7 Experience Day8 Sep 2017
You're invited to a Year 7 Experience Day. Your opportunity to see for yourself how girls flourish at PLC Armidale RSVP enrolments@plcarmidale.nsw.edu.au by Friday 1st September Phone 6770 1700 further information
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Kay Faulkner's On a Twill Threading workshop at Go Create New England 9 Sep 2017
Explore the great diversity of twills. The twill threading is possibly the most commonly utilised threading. This workshop explores the multitude of patterns that can be achieved from this threading. The diversity is further enhanced when variations of the twill threading are used. Yet these threading sequences can also be used for much more. Price: $240.00 (early bird price, booked 1 month before) $280.00 (late booking) price includes delicious morning teas. Lunch is available by prior arrangement. http://www.gocreatenewengland.com/product/kay-faulkner-twill-threading-9-10-september/
NE Sporting Car Club Motorkhana
NE Sporting Car Club Motorkhana10 Sep 2017
At the Traffic Education Centre Skidpan, 2-16 Mann Street. Time: 9.00am-3.00pm. For more information, phone Richard on 02 6772 8078.
spring fair
Kentucky Spring Fair and Challenge10 Sep 2017
Venue: Kentucky Memorial Hall, 46 Noalimba Avenue, Kentucky. Time: 9.00am-2.00pm. Featuring produce and locally made crafts from Kentucky and the surrounding area. For more information, phone Anne-Marie on 0407 345 908 or Deb on 02 6778 7320. Let all your friends know and make it another big day! A village fair with fresh and exciting changes! Favourite market stalls: handmade clothing, gourmet jams, cheeses, cordials and relishes, confectionery, honey, free-range eggs, skin care, art, jewellery and candles, just to name a few, showcasing both local and regional producers and businesses. There will be a cake decorating competition (for adults and kids), jumping castle, face painting, lolly scatter, music, dance and Karate displays during the day. The challenge will incorporate different community activities for adults and kids. This will include a Tug-O-War and hobby horse races - a twist on the Kentucky Derby! Stay tuned to Facebook page: Kentucky Progress Association.
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MY Future MY Choice Community Links Expo13 Sep 2017
At the Armidale Servies Club, 137 Dumaresq Street Armidale. Time: 10am to 2.30pm Get ready and save the date for the MY Future MY Choice Community Links Expo. Stall holder registration cost $55 which includes table, chairs, lunch for 2 participants and advertising in booklet. This provides a great opportunity to showcase your organisation to the Armidale and surrounding community. For further enquires please contact: Lloyd Gris — mobile no: 0437 315 338 or email: lgris@une.edu.au
Constance on the Edge
Constance on the Edge13 Sep 2017
One Family. Two Wars. Three Countries Filmed over 10years, Constance on the Edge is an unfinchingly honest portrayal of one family's resettlement story in Australia. Film screening followed by Q&A with Director Belinda Mason Venue: The Belgrave Cinema Time: 6.30pm Cost: $16-$18 you choose! Tickets: Jan Wyles on 6775 1151 or email janwyles@bigpond.com A fundraiser for Armidale Sanctuary Humanitarian Settlement Inc and Armidale Rural Australians for Refugees.
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UNE Students' Chamber Music Concert13 Sep 2017
UNE Students who rehearse in Chamber Ensembles (Vocal, Strings, Wind etc) each week will present their annual concert in Lazenby Hall on the 13th September 2017 from 6.00pm-7.00pm. Free admission and supper after. All welcome.
ADFAS Lecture The Cuisine of Art and the Art of Cuisine
ADFAS Lecture: "The Cuisine of Art and the Art of Cuisine"14 Sep 2017
At the Michael Hoskins Centre, The Armidale School (enter from Chapel Street). TIME: 6.00pm. COST: $25, $130 (annual subscription for 10 lectures). For more information phone 02 6772 6441, or email adfasarmidale@bigpond.com. Ms Ghislaine HOWARD (NADFAS Lecturer) Ghislaine Howard is a painter of powerful and expressive means whose works chart and interpret shared human experience. Named as a Woman of the Year for her contribution to art and society, she has published and exhibited widely and has work in many collections including the Royal Collection. This lecture will be a feast for the eyes and tickle the taste buds, an inspiration for your cooking- and looking. It will feature the art, anecdotes and recipes of artists who loved their food. We will discuss Toulouse Lautrec, famous in his day for his truly fabulous meals and infamous cookbook, Renoir who introduced Paris to the pleasures of Provencal peasant cooking as well as Monet, Cézanne, Picasso and many others. http://www.adfas.org.au/societies/new-south-wales-act/armidale
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Jazz at the SerVies15 Sep 2017
At the Coffee Lounge, Armidale Ex-Services Memorial Club, 137 Dumaresq Street. Time: 5.50-6.30pm and 7.30-9.00pm. For more information, phone 02 6776 0800.
Feeding Camels
New England Camel Co.15 Sep 2017
Venue: New England Camel Farm. Time: 11.00am-2.00pm. Cost: $15 (adult), $10 (child). For more information and address, phone 0439 922 350. There are llamas, camels and farm animals to visit and feed. Camel rides and llama walks available during dry weather, by arrangement. Relax and watch a DVD about the history of camels. Sensible footwear and warm coat are a good idea. We are a non-smoking property. A warm fire in a rustic converted shed and a humble little shop selling camel products such as soap, moisturizer, scarves, mittens, candles etc. completes the experience. To feed the animals, please bring along some carrots, apples or bread. Feel free to bring a picnic if you wish!
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Happy Women’s Dinner and Dance16 Sep 2017
Armidale Multicultural Women’s Group invites you to have some fun at the Happy Women’s Dinner and Dance Women Only Daughters welcome FREE Saturday 16th September 2017 Time: 5pm-9pm Venue: Uniting Church Hall 114 Rusden Street, Armidale Bring a plate of food to share (sweet or savoury) Bring your music on your phone to share A Multicultural Health Week event in collaboration with Northern Settlement Services For more information email or call Robbie robbie.murphy@hnehealth.nsw.gov.au 0429 002 799 Or Northern Settlement Services 6771 3975
Vicki Taylors Beginner Lace Making
Vicki Taylor's Beginner Lace Making workshop at Go Create New England 16 Sep 2017
Bobbin lace making is an age old art form that is still exciting in its possibilities. Despite popular belief, it can be quick to learn the basics and rewarding even for beginners. Contemporary lace with Vicki Taylor combines the beautiful traditional techniques with modern threads and style. Students will be provided with materials and equipment and be instructed in the fascinating and intricate craft of bobbin lace making. Everyone will be encouraged to grasp the fundamentals and then choose the direction in which they might prefer to take the lace techniques. Individual tutoring is available during the week leading up to this workshop as well. Please contact us directly for more information. Price: $220.00 (early bird price, booked 1 month prior) $260.00 (late booking) includes delicious morning teas. Lunch available by prior arrangement. http://www.gocreatenewengland.com/product/vicki-taylor-beginner-lace-making-16-17th-september/
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Archery NSW State Field Championships16 Sep 2017
State Archery Field Championships. A two day event which will be staged over 24 targets set in the grounds of Armidale Archers.
Feeding Camels
New England Camel Co.22 Sep 2017
Venue: New England Camel Farm. Time: 11.00am-2.00pm. Cost: $15 (adult), $10 (child). For more information and address, phone 0439 922 350. There are llamas, camels and farm animals to visit and feed. Camel rides and llama walks available during dry weather, by arrangement. Relax and watch a DVD about the history of camels. Sensible footwear and warm coat are a good idea. We are a non-smoking property. A warm fire in a rustic converted shed and a humble little shop selling camel products such as soap, moisturizer, scarves, mittens, candles etc. completes the experience. To feed the animals, please bring along some carrots, apples or bread. Feel free to bring a picnic if you wish!
Red Balloon
The Red Balloon22 Sep 2017
Venue: Hannas Arcade Time: Friday 7.30pm / Saturday 2.00pm & 7.30pm / Sunday 3pm Cost: $22 / $20 / $10 The Red Balloom tells the story of the unusual and touching friendship between a lonely young boy called Pascal and a large red balloon which has a mind of its own. It begins to follow Pascal everywhere he goes - playing mischevious games with him, but ultimately becoming his loyal friend. Hanna's Arcade will become Paris as we take you on this marvellous adventure through its back streets. Bookings: https://highcountrytheatre.com/ and NewsXpress 6772 3534 Enquiries: bhalbury@bigpond.com or 0427 729 529
Markets in the Mall
Markets in the Mall24 Sep 2017
At The Mall, Beardy Street. TIME: 8.30am-1.00pm. Purchase fresh products from producers and possibly find the article that you have always wanted! For more information or to book stall, phone Garry on 0418 249 912 or Demian on 0417 203 009 or email markets@armidaleamrotary.org.au
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'OnYourBike' Mens Health Exhibition at the Armidale Mens Shed24 Sep 2017
Something for everyone with an interest in biking, from the humble bicycle to motored cycles. An event with the focus on Men's Health and regular activity, both the physical & social. A special section by local bicycle retailers which includes electric pedal assist bikes and local examples of the biking legend Ducati, a history of the 1st 'Cucciolo' motor & then some. A biking curiosity section with both bicycle and motored on display. Ride your bike along, be it by pedal, electric or petrol powered. . Opening at 11:00 am - 5pm (auction @ 2:00 pm). It will be those that come along in support of this Armidale Men's Shed men's health initiative that will make it a success. Come as distinguished gentlefolk if your game. https://www.facebook.com/armidalemenshed
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Jazz at the SerVies29 Sep 2017
At the Coffee Lounge, Armidale Ex-Services Memorial Club, 137 Dumaresq Street. Time: 5.50-6.30pm and 7.30-9.00pm. For more information, phone 02 6776 0800.
Feeding Camels
New England Camel Co.29 Sep 2017
Venue: New England Camel Farm. Time: 11.00am-2.00pm. Cost: $15 (adult), $10 (child). For more information and address, phone 0439 922 350. There are llamas, camels and farm animals to visit and feed. Camel rides and llama walks available during dry weather, by arrangement. Relax and watch a DVD about the history of camels. Sensible footwear and warm coat are a good idea. We are a non-smoking property. A warm fire in a rustic converted shed and a humble little shop selling camel products such as soap, moisturizer, scarves, mittens, candles etc. completes the experience. To feed the animals, please bring along some carrots, apples or bread. Feel free to bring a picnic if you wish!
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Guyra Spring TroutFest29 Sep 2017
The TroutFest will coincide with the opening of the Trout season and combine fishing events with a market day in the main street (Bradley Street, Guyra) with stallholders from the New England region, antique car displays, train rides, music and entertainment, and a Guyra foodies tasting event. Shops will be open and have fishing displays. Tours of local fishing enterprises and maps to fishing spots and other attractions will be available at the Visitor’s Information Centre. Great prizes are up for grabs for the fishing competition so bring the kids, grandkids and all your friends. Program and accommodation enquiries 6775 5735. Programs available from the Armidale Visitor Information Centre https://www.facebook.com/guyratroutfest
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Bicycle Demo Day - Armidale Mens Shed Car Park 30 Sep 2017
A bicycle 'Demo Day' hosted by the Armidale Men's Shed, part of their 'OnYourBike' mens health initiative. Saturday 10:00 - 12:00. Local bicycle retailers will be on hand to answer any questions and give advice on the bike best suited for you. A special focus on electric pedal assist options with versions to trial on the day. Free Entry to carpark event, indoor exhibition by donation. Ride your bicycle along be it by pedal or electric. https://www.facebook.com/armidalemenshed
Feeding Camels
New England Camel Co.6 Oct 2017
Venue: New England Camel Farm. Time: 11.00am-2.00pm. Cost: $15 (adult), $10 (child). For more information and address, phone 0439 922 350. There are llamas, camels and farm animals to visit and feed. Camel rides and llama walks available during dry weather, by arrangement. Relax and watch a DVD about the history of camels. Sensible footwear and warm coat are a good idea. We are a non-smoking property. A warm fire in a rustic converted shed and a humble little shop selling camel products such as soap, moisturizer, scarves, mittens, candles etc. completes the experience. To feed the animals, please bring along some carrots, apples or bread. Feel free to bring a picnic if you wish!
RSPCA adopt a pet day 2017
RSPCA Adopt a Pet Day7 Oct 2017
The Armidale Branch of the RSPCA is a volunteer branch, with animals in foster care in homes throughout the area. On the 1st Saturday of the month we gather in the RSPCA shelter in Curtis Park (Creeklands) so that prospective pet owners can meet the animals that are in care. Dogs cost $260, Cats $150 and small animals $70. All animals are vaccinated, de-sexed and microchipped. Animals that are up for adoption can also be found on https://www.adoptapet.com.au/ Select Armidale as the branch. https://www.rspcansw.org.au/get-involved/become-a-volunteer/volunteer-branches/armidale
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CWA Christmas Spring Garden Fair7 Oct 2017
Venue: 112 Eathorpe Road, Armidale NSW 2350 Time: 9am - 3.30pm Cost: Gold Coin Enjoy the relaxed ambiance while shopping for Christmas. Many Craft Stalls, Plant Stalls, Cake Stalls, White Elephant, Book Stalls, BBQ and Displays. A Great Day For All All proceeds go to CWA associated funds such as Disaster Releif Funds, Medical Research etc - From Armidale follow Waterfall Way towards Coffs HArbour for approximately 6km - Just past the sub stattion turn right into Eathorpe Rd - Continue 1.12km (garden on the right)
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Jazz at the SerVies13 Oct 2017
At the Coffee Lounge, Armidale Ex-Services Memorial Club, 137 Dumaresq Street. Time: 5.50-6.30pm and 7.30-9.00pm. For more information, phone 02 6776 0800.
Feeding Camels
New England Camel Co.13 Oct 2017
Venue: New England Camel Farm. Time: 11.00am-2.00pm. Cost: $15 (adult), $10 (child). For more information and address, phone 0439 922 350. There are llamas, camels and farm animals to visit and feed. Camel rides and llama walks available during dry weather, by arrangement. Relax and watch a DVD about the history of camels. Sensible footwear and warm coat are a good idea. We are a non-smoking property. A warm fire in a rustic converted shed and a humble little shop selling camel products such as soap, moisturizer, scarves, mittens, candles etc. completes the experience. To feed the animals, please bring along some carrots, apples or bread. Feel free to bring a picnic if you wish!
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RSPCA Trivia Night14 Oct 2017
A fun night, with lots of games and activities, as well as raising funds for the Armidale branch of the RSPCA. Time: 6:30 - 7:00pm start Venue: Armidale Golf Club, Golf Links Road Cost: $15 per head. Tables of 8 can be booked, or you can join another table. Ticket sales on the night are subject to availability. Food: Bring your own nibbles. Meals can be purchased from the Golf Club, but they must be ordered prior to the event. Contact the club to place an order (67725837) For further information contact armidalebranch@rspcansw.org.au or 0413 940 586 (Kitty) https://www.rspcansw.org.au/get-involved/become-a-volunteer/volunteer-branches/armidale
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Armidale Art Gallery Exhibition Opening14 Oct 2017
At the Armidale Art Gallery, 168 Beardy Street Mall (upstairs - adjacent Carr's NewsXpress). Time: 6.00pm. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, phone 02 6772 9993. Daphne Young Watercolour Art Prize
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Dog Agility & Jumping Trials14 Oct 2017
Agility is a fast and exciting dog sport, where handler and dog teams negotiate courses containing a series of obstacles. Accuracy and speed are the ultimate aim, but first and foremost agility is fun for the dogs, handlers and spectators. Agility attracts competitors of all ages and dogs of most breeds and crossbreeds are represented. The Armidale Dog Training Club Inc's October trials are a popular event on the Northern NSW calendar and attract some of the best dog and handler teams from across NSW and Southern QLD to compete. The weekend includes one of the 12 qualifying heats for the NSW dog of the year finals. The two day event is held at Charleston Willows, 5km North of Armidale along Rockvale Road. Competition kicks off at 8 am both days and spectators are very welcome. Entry is free. For further info, or to find out how the club can help you have fun and build a better relationship with your dog, please email secretary@armidaledogtrainingclub.com.au http://www.armidaledogtrainingclub.com.au/home
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NE Sporting Car Club Khanacross15 Oct 2017
At the Traffic Education Centre Skidpan, 2-16 Mann Street. Time: 9.00am-3.00pm. For more information, phone Richard on 02 6772 8078.
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30th Anniversary of the Oorala Aboriginal Centre18 Oct 2017
The 30th Anniversary of the Oorala Aboriginal Centre is an important event in the life of UNE. This will be celebrated across the UNE campus & Armidale during October /November 2017 with a number of events. Please join us on the 31st October and be part of our major event, Celebrating 30 Years, an Indigenous Education and Community Open Day at the UNE Campus, to be held in the Ooorala Aboriginal Centre and outdoors on the grounds above Booloomimbah. We are planning a day where the community can experience some of our regions Aboriginal educators, services & artists in a family friendly day of live music and dance performances. There will be an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art exhibition, food and demonstrations alongside markets stalls, workshops, talks, short films, campus tours and kids activities to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Oorala Aboriginal Centre at UNE.
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ADFAS Lecture: "An Ideal Partnership: Luytens and Jekyll"19 Oct 2017
At UNE Arts A1 Theatre. TIME: 6.00pm. COST: $25, $130 (annual subscription for 10 lectures). For more information phone 02 6772 6441, or email adfasarmidale@bigpond.com. Mr James BOLTON (NASFAS) James Bolton is a garden designer and historian who set up his garden design business in 1992 following time spent with the Direction des Parcs et Jardins in Paris and two years as head gardener at the Old Rectory, Farnborough. Since then, he has been involved with a specialist perennial plant nursery and designed gardens throughout England, in the US and Portugal. The last two decades of the nineteenth century reverberated with the row amongst gardeners and architects. At a stroke, the problem was solved by the partnership between Gertrude Jekyll and Edwin Lutyens, so that a house by Lutyens with a garden by Jekyll became an Edwardian ideal. Their partnership thrived in the brash, new-moneyed Edwardian era, but the First World War ended that golden afternoon. http://www.adfas.org.au/societies/new-south-wales-act/armidale
Feeding Camels
New England Camel Co.20 Oct 2017
Venue: New England Camel Farm. Time: 11.00am-2.00pm. Cost: $15 (adult), $10 (child). For more information and address, phone 0439 922 350. There are llamas, camels and farm animals to visit and feed. Camel rides and llama walks available during dry weather, by arrangement. Relax and watch a DVD about the history of camels. Sensible footwear and warm coat are a good idea. We are a non-smoking property. A warm fire in a rustic converted shed and a humble little shop selling camel products such as soap, moisturizer, scarves, mittens, candles etc. completes the experience. To feed the animals, please bring along some carrots, apples or bread. Feel free to bring a picnic if you wish!
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The Celebratory Long Lunch21 Oct 2017
You're invited to the Celebratory Long Lunch to be held under the trees in the beautiful grounds or PLC Armidale. Enjoy a 3 course feast by Pronto Catering and a complimentary glass of champagne. Tickets $65.00 per person and a cash bar will be available. For more details please contact Shona Eichorn 6770 1700 or email development@plcarmidale.nsw.edu.au https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=271002
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Jazz at the SerVies27 Oct 2017
At the Coffee Lounge, Armidale Ex-Services Memorial Club, 137 Dumaresq Street. Time: 5.50-6.30pm and 7.30-9.00pm. For more information, phone 02 6776 0800.
Feeding Camels
New England Camel Co.27 Oct 2017
Venue: New England Camel Farm. Time: 11.00am-2.00pm. Cost: $15 (adult), $10 (child). For more information and address, phone 0439 922 350. There are llamas, camels and farm animals to visit and feed. Camel rides and llama walks available during dry weather, by arrangement. Relax and watch a DVD about the history of camels. Sensible footwear and warm coat are a good idea. We are a non-smoking property. A warm fire in a rustic converted shed and a humble little shop selling camel products such as soap, moisturizer, scarves, mittens, candles etc. completes the experience. To feed the animals, please bring along some carrots, apples or bread. Feel free to bring a picnic if you wish!
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NSW Over 50s State Cricket Carnival27 Oct 2017
Held at various locations throughout Armidale. For more information phone Mike Porter on 0427 004 377.
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UNE Graduation27 Oct 2017
Arts, Science & Professions https://www.une.edu.au/current-students/graduation/your-graduation/graduation-dates
Markets in the Mall
Markets in the Mall29 Oct 2017
At The Mall, Beardy Street. TIME: 8.30am-1.00pm. Purchase fresh products from producers and possibly find the article that you have always wanted! For more information or to book stall, phone Garry on 0418 249 912 or Demian on 0417 203 009 or email markets@armidaleamrotary.org.au
Feeding Camels
New England Camel Co.3 Nov 2017
Venue: New England Camel Farm. Time: 11.00am-2.00pm. Cost: $15 (adult), $10 (child). For more information and address, phone 0439 922 350. There are llamas, camels and farm animals to visit and feed. Camel rides and llama walks available during dry weather, by arrangement. Relax and watch a DVD about the history of camels. Sensible footwear and warm coat are a good idea. We are a non-smoking property. A warm fire in a rustic converted shed and a humble little shop selling camel products such as soap, moisturizer, scarves, mittens, candles etc. completes the experience. To feed the animals, please bring along some carrots, apples or bread. Feel free to bring a picnic if you wish!
RSPCA adopt a pet day 2017
RSPCA Adopt a Pet Day4 Nov 2017
The Armidale Branch of the RSPCA is a volunteer branch, with animals in foster care in homes throughout the area. On the 1st Saturday of the month we gather in the RSPCA shelter in Curtis Park (Creeklands) so that prospective pet owners can meet the animals that are in care. Dogs cost $260, Cats $150 and small animals $70. All animals are vaccinated, de-sexed and microchipped. Animals that are up for adoption can also be found on https://www.adoptapet.com.au/ Select Armidale as the branch. https://www.rspcansw.org.au/get-involved/become-a-volunteer/volunteer-branches/armidale
NE Sporting Car Club Motorkhana
NE Sporting Car Club Motorkhana5 Nov 2017
At the Traffic Education Centre Skidpan, 2-16 Mann Street. Time: 9.00am-3.00pm. For more information, phone Richard on 02 6772 8078.
MS Melbourne
MS Melbourne Cup Day Chairty Fundraiser7 Nov 2017
Venue: Armidale City Bowling Club, 92-96 Dumaresq Street. Time: 12.00-4.00pm. Cost: $30pp - available from Club. DRESS: wear something RED. For more information, phone 02 6772 5666. Best dressed lady in Red - Best dressed man with a touch of Red - Best Red accessory! Drinks on arrival - finger food luncheon - fashion parade Australian Wool Fashion Awards from yesteryear and Turners Armidale - sweeps - raffle - chocolate wheel prizes - fashions on the field - big-screen race coverage Proceeds to Armidale & District Branch of Multiple Sclerosis.
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Armidale Caged Bird Club Sale11 Nov 2017
Armidale's caged bird society has been holding shows for decades, but this weekend’s sale event will be the first time. It will be held in the Trades Pavilion in the city’s showground. We’ll have canaries, finches, budgerigars, parrots and … what we call the miscellaneous. That can include love birds, quails and doves. Doors will open at 9am to the public.
New England Antique Machinery and Heavy Horse Field Days
New England Antique Machinery & Heavy Horse Field Days11 Nov 2017
At the Showground, 5 Dumaresq Street. Time: 9.00am-4.00pm (Saturday), 9.00am-2.00pm (Sunday). Refreshments available. For more information, phone Bronwyn on 0408 658 594.
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Black Gully Music Festival11 Nov 2017
A free, community festival featuring local music, markets, art, environmental displays and youth activities. Held in Black Gully behind the New England Regional Art Museum, from 10 am to 11pm. This is a great family event with something for everyone. To keep up to date with the program and activities, visit the Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/events/136457250289713. https://www.facebook.com/blackgully
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2017 Greater Armidale Fun Run12 Nov 2017
The Greater Armidale Fun Run on Sunday, 12 November 2017 is part of the Greater Bank Fun Run Series, held in association with Athletics NSW, and continues to grow in numbers each year with runners of all ages and abilities. The course takes participants along the picturesque bike track from Harris Park to the University of New England and back, along a course closed to traffic. The course is a mixture of road and good quality bike path. The event finishes on the grass track at Harris Park. https://www.runnsw.com.au/event/armidale-fun-run-2017/
Feeding Camels
New England Camel Co.17 Nov 2017
Venue: New England Camel Farm. Time: 11.00am-2.00pm. Cost: $15 (adult), $10 (child). For more information and address, phone 0439 922 350. There are llamas, camels and farm animals to visit and feed. Camel rides and llama walks available during dry weather, by arrangement. Relax and watch a DVD about the history of camels. Sensible footwear and warm coat are a good idea. We are a non-smoking property. A warm fire in a rustic converted shed and a humble little shop selling camel products such as soap, moisturizer, scarves, mittens, candles etc. completes the experience. To feed the animals, please bring along some carrots, apples or bread. Feel free to bring a picnic if you wish!
ADFAS Lecture Art Deco Architecture in Australia protecting and promoting architectural and design heritage
ADFAS Lecture: "Art Deco Architecture in Australia: protecting and promoting architectural and design heritage"23 Nov 2017
At the Michael Hoskins Centre, The Armidale School (enter from Chapel Street). TIME: 6.00pm. COST: $25, $130 (annual subscription for 10 lectures). For more information phone 02 6772 6441, or email adfasarmidale@bigpond.com. Dr Roy LUMBY B Arch., M Arch., PhD, RAIA, M.ICOMOS (Australian Lecturer) Roy Lumby is Senior Heritage Specialist with the firm Tanner, Kibble, Denton Architects in Sydney. In this presentation Roy examines the background of the Art Deco style in Europe and America and its subsequent influence on architecture in Australia. It will explore the architectural context against which it emerged and its resurgence in the 1960s. The presentation will also consider the ways in which Art Deco architecture has been celebrated, promoted and protected in this country, with specific reference to New South Wales. http://www.adfas.org.au/societies/new-south-wales-act/armidale
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Jazz at the SerVies24 Nov 2017
At the Coffee Lounge, Armidale Ex-Services Memorial Club, 137 Dumaresq Street. Time: 5.50-6.30pm and 7.30-9.00pm. For more information, phone 02 6776 0800.
Feeding Camels
New England Camel Co.24 Nov 2017
Venue: New England Camel Farm. Time: 11.00am-2.00pm. Cost: $15 (adult), $10 (child). For more information and address, phone 0439 922 350. There are llamas, camels and farm animals to visit and feed. Camel rides and llama walks available during dry weather, by arrangement. Relax and watch a DVD about the history of camels. Sensible footwear and warm coat are a good idea. We are a non-smoking property. A warm fire in a rustic converted shed and a humble little shop selling camel products such as soap, moisturizer, scarves, mittens, candles etc. completes the experience. To feed the animals, please bring along some carrots, apples or bread. Feel free to bring a picnic if you wish!
NSW Cross Country State Mountain Bike Championships crop
NSW Cross Country State Mountain Bike Championships25 Nov 2017
Hosted at Sport UNE https://www.mtba.asn.au/news/armidale-to-host-nsw-state-xco-championships/
Markets in the Mall
Markets in the Mall26 Nov 2017
At The Mall, Beardy Street. TIME: 8.30am-1.00pm. Purchase fresh products from producers and possibly find the article that you have always wanted! For more information or to book stall, phone Garry on 0418 249 912 or Demian on 0417 203 009 or email markets@armidaleamrotary.org.au.
Feeding Camels
New England Camel Co.1 Dec 2017
Venue: New England Camel Farm. Time: 11.00am-2.00pm. Cost: $15 (adult), $10 (child). For more information and address, phone 0439 922 350. There are llamas, camels and farm animals to visit and feed. Camel rides and llama walks available during dry weather, by arrangement. Relax and watch a DVD about the history of camels. Sensible footwear and warm coat are a good idea. We are a non-smoking property. A warm fire in a rustic converted shed and a humble little shop selling camel products such as soap, moisturizer, scarves, mittens, candles etc. completes the experience. To feed the animals, please bring along some carrots, apples or bread. Feel free to bring a picnic if you wish!
RSPCA adopt a pet day 2017
RSPCA Adopt a Pet Day2 Dec 2017
The Armidale Branch of the RSPCA is a volunteer branch, with animals in foster care in homes throughout the area. On the 1st Saturday of the month we gather in the RSPCA shelter in Curtis Park (Creeklands) so that prospective pet owners can meet the animals that are in care. Dogs cost $260, Cats $150 and small animals $70. All animals are vaccinated, de-sexed and microchipped. Animals that are up for adoption can also be found on https://www.adoptapet.com.au/ Select Armidale as the branch. https://www.rspcansw.org.au/get-involved/become-a-volunteer/volunteer-branches/armidale
Armidale Symphony Orchestra Concert
Armidale Symphony Orchestra Concert3 Dec 2017
At Lazenby Hall, University of New England. Time: 3.00pm. Cost: $25 (adult), $20 (UNE student), $5 (school student), $60 (family - 2+2) - available at door. For more information, visit http://www.armsymph.org/ or email info@amfchoral or admin1@armsymph.org. Mozart - Symphony No 31 in D major (K297) "Paris" Tailleferre - Concerto for Two Guitars and Orchestra (soloists: EphenStephen) Brahms - A German Requiem (op. 45) (soloists: Kylie Constantine and Laurie Pulley) Conductor: Graham Maddox
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Jazz at the SerVies8 Dec 2017
At the Coffee Lounge, Armidale Ex-Services Memorial Club, 137 Dumaresq Street. Time: 5.50-6.30pm and 7.30-9.00pm. For more information, phone 02 6776 0800.
Feeding Camels
New England Camel Co.8 Dec 2017
Venue: New England Camel Farm. Time: 11.00am-2.00pm. Cost: $15 (adult), $10 (child). For more information and address, phone 0439 922 350. There are llamas, camels and farm animals to visit and feed. Camel rides and llama walks available during dry weather, by arrangement. Relax and watch a DVD about the history of camels. Sensible footwear and warm coat are a good idea. We are a non-smoking property. A warm fire in a rustic converted shed and a humble little shop selling camel products such as soap, moisturizer, scarves, mittens, candles etc. completes the experience. To feed the animals, please bring along some carrots, apples or bread. Feel free to bring a picnic if you wish!
Feeding Camels
New England Camel Co.15 Dec 2017
Venue: New England Camel Farm. Time: 11.00am-2.00pm. Cost: $15 (adult), $10 (child). For more information and address, phone 0439 922 350. There are llamas, camels and farm animals to visit and feed. Camel rides and llama walks available during dry weather, by arrangement. Relax and watch a DVD about the history of camels. Sensible footwear and warm coat are a good idea. We are a non-smoking property. A warm fire in a rustic converted shed and a humble little shop selling camel products such as soap, moisturizer, scarves, mittens, candles etc. completes the experience. To feed the animals, please bring along some carrots, apples or bread. Feel free to bring a picnic if you wish!
NE Sporting Car Club Motorkhana
NE Sporting Car Club Motorkhana16 Dec 2017
At the Traffic Education Centre Skidpan, 2-16 Mann Street. Time: 1.00-5.00pm. For more information, phone Richard on 02 6772 8078.
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Jazz at the SerVies22 Dec 2017
At the Coffee Lounge, Armidale Ex-Services Memorial Club, 137 Dumaresq Street. Time: 5.50-6.30pm and 7.30-9.00pm. For more information, phone 02 6776 0800.
2018 Mountain Bike Australia XCO National Championships
2018 Mountain Bike Australia XCO National Championships25 Feb 2018
The 2018 Mountain Bike Australia XCO National Championships will be held in the city of Armidale, New South Wales from 23-25th February 2018. At the Sport UNE Track More details to come!
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2018 Armidale & New England Show 2 Mar 2018
The 2018 Armidale & New England Show will take place March 2nd & 3rd at the Historic Armidale Showgrounds. There will be plenty to do and see so make sure you bring the whole family along. For further information please see our webpage: http://www.armidaleshow.org.au/ or check out of facebook page Armidale & New England Show Society.
Graduates
UNE Graduation - Arts; Humanities; Behavioural, Cognitive and Social Science Awards6 Apr 2018
At the Southern Lawn, "Booloominbah", University of New England. Time: ceremony 10.30am sharp. For further information, phone 02 6773 3333 or go to http://www.une.edu.au/current-students/graduation/your-graduation
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UNE Graduation - Law, UNE Business Awards7 Apr 2018
At the Southern Lawn, "Booloominbah", University of New England. Time: ceremony 10.30am sharp. For further information, phone 02 6773 3333 or go to http://www.une.edu.au/current-students/graduation/your-graduation
Graduates
UNE Graduation - Education Awards13 Apr 2018
At the Southern Lawn, "Booloominbah", University of New England. Time: ceremony 10.30am sharp. For further information, phone 02 6773 3333 or go to http://www.une.edu.au/current-students/graduation/your-graduation
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UNE Graduation - Sciences, Health, Medicine Awards14 Apr 2018
At the Southern Lawn, "Booloominbah", University of New England. Time: ceremony 10.30am sharp. For further information, phone 02 6773 3333 or go to http://www.une.edu.au/current-students/graduation/your-graduation
Graduates
UNE Graduation - The Professions Awards26 Oct 2018
At the Southern Lawn, "Booloominbah", University of New England. Time: ceremony 10.30am sharp. For further information, phone 02 6773 3333 or go to http://www.une.edu.au/current-students/graduation/your-graduation
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UNE Graduation - Arts & Sciences Awards27 Oct 2018
At the Southern Lawn, "Booloominbah", University of New England. Time: ceremony 10.30am sharp. For further information, phone 02 6773 3333 or go to http://www.une.edu.au/current-students/graduation/your-graduation