Long-running monthly live music show featuring local original artists and visiting acts. A musical smorgasbord of solo, duos and bands. Expect anything from folk to metal and beyond. Sometimes on the same night.
Come and see Ghost Whisperer Suzie Price at The Orange City Bowling Club as she connects with audience members to bring through messages from spirit, witness the accuracy and specific details she delivers in her readings as she opens herself to communication from the other side.
*As seen on Studio 10*
International Psychic Medium,
Winner of International Psychic Association,
2016 Australian Psychic of the Year and
2014 Psychic People’s Choice Award.
Tickets are available through the link or at the door if available.
For more information call 0438412971
Oz Rocks celebrates the music of Australian legendary artists combining both the older, traditional with contemporary. This show provides something for everyone!
Oz Rocks perform a unique range of songs and features a segment of older style Australiana songs demonstrating and capturing the early colonial feel of this land down-under.
Tickets are $20, available from reception or
call 6362 2533 to get your tickets now!
Sky Stories is a melding of Western science and Aboriginal knowledge – a chance to look at the stars and see them from two perspectives.
On the night there will be telescopes for viewing the night sky and a free BBQ. A great family event with lots of entertainment for the kids!
Background of Sky Stories
Sky Stories is a professional learning project initiated by Charles Sturt University and coordinated and co funded by Future Moves, designed to use astronomy to engage students in Science, Technology Engineering and Mathematics
An integral element of the project is acknowledging the links between students, the school curriculum, family, community and their sky stories. This enables new ways of learning, teaching and community engagement around science. The use of social media is pivotal to this process and enables pilot schools to capture, share, collaborate and reflect upon the new ways of science in their own community, between Sky Stories communities and beyond.
Special Guest Speaker:
PhD Researcher on the Wiradjuri Cultural Astronomy Project and Director of Dark Skies Downunder.
Rod Somerville, Orange Planetarium.
Ray Pickard, Bathurst Observatory Research Facility
Venue / Address:
Charles Sturt University, Girinyalanha Park, Leeds Parade, ORANGE NSW 2800.
Parking space available in carparks 1, 2, 3 and 5. Signs and ushers will be present the evening.
Please register for this free event: https://about.csu.edu.au/community/events/upcoming/orange/explorations-series-sky-stories
An interactive discussion all about toddlers for all parents with young children. The toddler period can be a very frustrating and emotional time in a young child’s life and being about to talk about it together can be helpful.
During this session we will be talking about common challenges as well as looking at ways to manage these challenges. Opportunity will be available to share and explore your experiences.
Welcome to Australian Breastfeeding Association Morning Tea Friday’s in Orange for 2019!
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.
July, August & September 2019 topics:
- 26th July “Breast & Nipple Care”
- 9th August “Breastfeeding in the Early Days” (Newborns)
- 23rd August “Postnatal Depression & Anxiety”
- 6th September “Blocked Ducts & Mastitis”
- 20th September “Finding Time for Everything”
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).