Come down and watch the mighty Orange City Lions take on the Dubbo Roos in a great day of Rugby Union. We will be hosting our annual Ladies day and it’s also our opening game of the 2021 season. Support community sport by joining us! Main game kick off is 3.15pm.
Pollinators is a collaboration between Orange Regional Museum, Orange Regional Gallery and the SPARKE Network of local public primary schools. This innovative program engages local children in creative art-making and environmental education, culminating in an installation of student artwork that explores pollinating insects, birds, bats and other small mammals.
FREE, all welcome. Light non-alcoholic refreshments will be served.
This is a COVID safe event. Tickets are limited and bookings are essential.
Music and dancing for young children.
Music for Little Ears is perfect for children aged 2-5. Music is proven to stimulate learning and literacy. Initiate little ears to classical music, singing, percussion, dancing and musical games. Join Samantha Bartholomeusz from the Orange Regional Conservatorium for a morning of music and dancing at Orange City Library.
Music for Little Ears at Orange City Library is a six-week program.
Celebrate IWD at Orange City Library with movies, refreshments and special guest Cr Joanne McRae.
This International Women’s Day, join us at Orange City Library for Library Up Late, where we dim the lights, add refreshments and enjoy the Library after dark.
We will be chatting ‘women in politics’ with special guest, Orange City Councillor Joanne McRae.
Discussion will be followed by two short films, courtesy of Kanopy.
Book a table for you and your party. All welcome.
Orange City Library are holding free one-on-one technology sessions.
- Let us help you get the most from your device
- Learn more about your tablet, laptop or smartphone
- Send photos via email to family and friends
- Set reminders, change your ringtone or make text larger
- and more!
Sessions run for half and hour each, between 10:00am and 12:00pm every Tuesday in March.
So that we can find out about your technology needs, bookings must be made in person:
- via phone on 6393 8132
- via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- or at the desk at Orange City Library
Pick up a free Creative Challenge Activity Sheet from the Gallery, Museum or Library this school holidays and explore the cultural precinct. There are 16 activities to suit different ages and interests and they’re all FREE. How many can you complete?
Welcome to Australian Breastfeeding Association Morning Tea Friday’s in Orange for 2020!
Every second Friday, join our local ABA group for a free morning tea catch-up, including a hot cuppa and discussion about breastfeeding and parenting (see Facebook or below for topic listing). We normally have a qualified Breastfeeding Counsellor available so bring along any questions for a confidential discussion if you wish.
October, November and December 2020 topics:
- 2nd October – Breastfeeding in the Early Days
- 16th October – Baby Wearing
- 30th October – Expressing and Storing Breastmilk
- 13th November – Baby’s Development: What You Need to Know
- 27th November – Breastfeeding and Alcohol
- 11th December – Baby Clothing Swap! Bring your secondhand baby goods
We open at 10 am and our discussion starts at 10.30, but we understand that little people don’t run on a schedule, so please come and leave when you need to. Bring along the kids, both big and small, our toddler area helps to entertain busy little people.
As we are volunteer based, any help to bring some light morning tea is much appreciated, but certainly not expected (no nuts please).
Please note that if you are attending the Bowling Club just for the ABA morning tea you do not need to be a member of the Bowling Club.
Orange Regional Gallery is offering free guided tours of Visions of Country with exhibition Curator, Lucy Stranger.
Spanning early Australian modernists to present day artists, Visions of Country presents works from the Orange Regional Gallery Collection that examine different encounters and impressions of land. A genre that grips the imagination of artists and the public, the landscape continues to inspire and challenge artists, with vast results.
Click on the Eventbrite link below and select the tour time you would like to attend.
Wednesday 18 November 2020 from 12:30-1:30pm
Friday 20 November 5:30 – 6:30pm
Places are limited and bookings are essential.
The Harmony Cup is a soccer match between local Indigenous and multicultural soccer teams, and includes Indigenous and multicultural dance and food. The multicultural food options include Indigenous, Indonesian and Indian food for purchase for lunch.
This is a COVID-safe event. Registration via QR code or sign in is required. Bring your own rug or folding chair. For further information contact Anni on 0409 458 156 or Katrina on 0403 230 236