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  • Mar

    Saturday
    29

    Bald Archy in Deniliquin
    8 am - 5 pm

    Bald Archy Prize Celebrating its 21st year and at the Peppin Heritage Centre in Deniliquin March 29th to April 27th Known internationally as the only art competition in the world to be judged by a sulpur crested cockatoo named Maude The satirical side of this event has its basis in the irreverent, larrikin Australian comic comment. It provides opportunity for artisits of all styles and standards to create a portrait paintings of humour, dark satire, light comedy and caricature. Peppin Heritage Centre George Street Deniliquin 1800650712 Gold coin donation

  • Apr

    Saturday
    12

    Exhibition from Where? to Echuca - A Journey
    8 am - 5 pm

    Exhibition  from "Where ? to Echuca - A Journey " celebrations our passage both physical and cultural from our various points of origin to the Australia of today. The Exhibition is open from April 12 to May 26 daily from 11am to 3pm (excludes Good Friday) at Echuca Historical Society Museum, 1 Dickson Street, Echuca Entry included in Museum admittance.

  • Apr

    Friday
    18

    Western Riverina Tennis Tournament
    8 am - 5 pm

    Western Riverina Tennis Tournament 18th-21st April Held at the Deniliquin Lawn Tennis Courts 439  Charlotte Street Deniliquin Contact 0358811870 or the Deniliquin Information Centre on 1800650712

  • Apr

    Saturday
    19

    Deni Blues and Roots Festival
    8 am - 5 pm

    For more information, call 03 5881 8259. After an Award winning first year the Deni Blues and Roots Festival is confirmed to return over the Easter Weekend of 2014 - Saturday 19 April and Sunday 20 April - in Deniliquin in southern New South Wales. The two day Deni Blues & Roots Festival is unique for southern NSW and utilises the massive Deni Ute Muster site, which has had millions of dollars of permanent staging and lighting infrastructure installed in recent years. This year's festival features John Mayer and Elvis Costello . For all you need to know visit Deni Blues and Roots Festival 

  • Apr

    Saturday
    19

    Mathoura Easter Fair
    8 am - 5 pm

    The annual Mathoura Easter Fair is held at the Soldiers War Memorial Gardens, in Livingston Street, Mathoura. The event includes poetry and art competitions, best decorated bike, hat or esky competition. There is a Tiny tot competition, Miss and Master Junior Easter Fair and a Miss Easter Fair competition. Stalls include fresh produce, pickles and jams, cookbooks, scones and jam, cakes, face painting, cold drinks and crafts. Activities include raffles and a BBQ while the Easter Bunny will be making a special appearance Saturday morning. Sunday will see the annual Gulpa Duck Race held out at Picnic Point, from 12.00 noon. The annual duck race will also feature a pooch parade with prizes to be won. There will be a BBQ lunch and lots of fun for all the family. Contact: Mathoura Visitor Information Centre 5884 3730

  • Apr

    Sunday
    20

    Moama Market
    12 am - 12 am

    The Big General Market for you at Moama Sounshell Gardens from 8.30am to 2.00pm Featuring Collectables and Treasures, Fresh Produce; Fruit and Vege's; Clothing and Accessories; Trash and Treasure; Kids Activites; Food and Drink Available. For more information please contact: Max Brown on 0408 766 828

  • Apr

    Friday
    25

    ANZAC Day - Moama
    12 am - 11 pm

    The Moama RSL Sub Branch will hold their Anzac Day Dawn Service at the Moama War Memorial (near Shire offices) at 6.00am sharp. This will be followed by a free gunfire breakfast for attendee’s at the Moama RSL from 6.30pm to 7.00pm. At 9.00am sharp the Anzac Day Memorial Service will be held at the Moama War Memorial. Following this there will be Anzac Day activities at the Moama RSL, including Digger Style Lunches, Two Up in the Anzac Terrace and AFL Anzac Day match action on the big screen.

  • Apr

    Saturday
    26

    White Cliffs Gymkana
    8 am - 5 pm

    The White Cliffs gymkhana and rodeo is one of the last remaining bush events in the Western Division of NSW. The gymkhana has been held annually for more than 100 years. It is one of the few continuing successful weekend, outback events. Each year our family orientated weekend attracts young and old alike. People travel from Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and everywhere in-between to enjoy what the weekend has to offer. Gymkhana events are held on Saturday and Sunday mornings. The main attraction, the Rodeo, is held Saturday afternoon followed by a twilight tug 'o' war and a live band. Novelty events are held Sunday for non horse riding people of all ages. The cross cut saw competition would have to be one of the highlights. Money raised over the weekend goes towards local charities and organisations such as the State Emergency Service, Rural Fire Service, the local hospital, White Cliffs Public School and the Royal Flying Doctor Service. We proudly support these services on which we depend enormously. Money is also reserved for maintenance and upgrades of our facilities for all to enjoy. The committee is made up of volunteers from White Cliffs and surrounding stations. It is because of their time, effort and commitment that we can bring you this great family weekend, fun for 'Bushies' and 'City Slickers' alike. Come along and see for yourself what White Cliffs gymkhana and rodeo has to offer!   For more info visit White Cliffs Gymkana

  • May

    Sunday
    4

    Moama Market
    12 am - 11 pm

    The Big General Market for you at Moama Sounshell Gardens from 8.30am to 2.00pm Featuring Collectables and Treasures, Fresh Produce; Fruit and Vege's; Clothing and Accessories; Trash and Treasure; Kids Activites; Food and Drink Available. For more information please contact: Max Brown on 0408 766 828

  • May

    Sunday
    11

    Conargo Billabong Mothers Day Market
    8 am - 5 pm

    Conargo Market is held on Mothers Day Sunday the 11th May 2014 The market attracts over 5000 people on the day, and is an opportunity  to spoil mum, and have agreat day with the family. There are variety of stalls which have been home grown, sewn or baked. Stalls include: Childrens rides Vegetables and fruit Nuts and berries Woodwork Flowers Seedlings The Market is a real credit to the Conargo Shire Community, and a real country experience for all that attend. To enquire about having a stall ring Lyn on 03 58846650 Located at the sports ground in Conargo, 30 minutes north of Deniliquin on  the Conargo Road.