April 28 – Mad Hatters Tea Party Commencing at 11am at the Bribbaree Hall. There will be a fashion parade of vintage clothes. Competition and display of prettiest tea cosy’s, aprons or quilts made in the last 12 months. Funds raised will go to CanAssist and Macey Yerbury. Tickets must be pre-purchased. Call Jan on 63833537 or Shirley on 63833867

April 29 – An Afternoon of Country Music
Organised by the Cherry Capital Country Music Association. Held at the Young Services Club Auditorium from 12pm – 5pm. Cost is $5 per person (under 18yrs free). Supper available for a gold coin donation. Walk up artists are welcome, backing band available. Contact Kerry on 0412554802 for more information

April 30 – Djembe Drumming
Join for fortnightly drumming on Mondays. Djembe drumming is ideal for stress relief, fun and relaxation. Casual, relaxed atmosphere, no experience necessary and no age limits! All welcome, $5 per person. 10 – 11am. Bookings essential 63826328, Hilltops Community Hub, Campbell Street, Young

May 1 – Dementia Advisory Service
This is an opportunity for carers, family members and people living with dementia to pop in, meet your dementia advisor and receive support and information about dementia in a supported environment. Pop in between 2 – 3.30pm at the Hennessy Recreational Therapy Mercy Care Centre, Young.

May 3 – Sydney Conservatorium of Music’s “Grand Western Tour”
Young School of Music in conjunction with Harden Murrumburrah Arts Council presents Sydney Conservatorium of Music’s “Grand Western Tour”. This concert will be inspirational and for the modest cost of $15, the people of Harden and district can enjoy these outstanding young musicians. The concert is at the Old Murrumburrah Courthouse at 6.30pm. You are requested to book your seats via Eventbrite or through the Young Regional School of Music office on 63825735.

May 5 – Young & Region Farmers Markets
Young & Region Farmers Markets 9am until 12pm at Anderson Park near the former railway station (Young Visitor Information Centre). BBQ and coffee available. Buy fresh straight from the producers. Local fruit, vegetables, plants, wine, honey, goats milk products and baked goods all on sale. For updates on the markets follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/youngandregionfarmersmarket

May 5 – Concert
Hilltops Choir will join with the Sydney Male Choir to bring an enchanted evening of music in the Young Town Hall commencing at 7pm. Tickets available at M&M’s music, Young. $15 adults, $10 concession.

May 6 – Harden Murrumburrah Makers Market
Showcasing the work of talented locals who “create it, make it, grow it, upcycle it”
Murrumburrah Makers Market, is a free market full of handmade artisan goods, food and activities for the kids. Come and find those unique gifts for friends and family or spoil yourself, grab yourself a cuppa and have a wonder around while listening to some local Muso’s do their thing.

May 6 – Murringo Village Market Enjoy stalls with crafts, delicious cakes, jamsand other homemade goodies, plants, woodwork, honey, bric-a-brac, wine and much more. Cherry Capital Country Music Assoc. will play from 9am. Jumping castle for the kids, hot food and coffee. Enjoy great entertainment in a relaxing environment  from 8am – 1pm. Enquiries to 0427870708  

May 7 – CPSA (Combined Pensioners & Superannuation) Meeting
The next meeting will be held at 2pm. Please arrive early raffle, to pay subs and trips. Inquiries to Dot Jefferies 63622994.

May 11 – Young Hospital Auxiliary Mothers’ Day Stall Outside Westpac Bank, 8.30am-3.00pm. Great selection of hardy plants, delicious home-made cakes, slices, jams, handwork etc. Ideal Mothers’ Day gifts. Also, Mothers’ Day Raffle, with several lovely prizes. Donations of plants and goods will be gratefully received. Come along and support our hospital, presently purchasing alarm mats for patients at high risk of falls.

May 11 – Boorowa Hospital Auxiliary Mothers’ Day Stall will be held in Bertie McMahon”s Barber Shop on Friday 11th May at 9am until sold out! Cakes, slices,preserves, plants and posies of flowers on sale. Come along and find something special for your Mum.

May 14 – CPSA (Combined Pensioners & Superannuation) Meeting The next meeting will be held at 2pm. Please arrive early raffle, to pay subs and trips. Inquiries to Dot Jefferies 63622994.   

May 15 – RSL Women’s Auxiliary Meeting
The next meeting will be held at the Services Cub at 1.30pm. All inquiries to Margaret McGlynn 63823146.

May 16 – Real Food for Health Tour
Cyndi O’Meara shares her 30+ years of nutritional knowledge, giving you the information you need to become the healthiest version of you. $27 per person from 6 – 8pm at St Mary’s Primary School Hall, Young. Email changinghabits.com.au/real-food-for-health-tour-2018 to book.

May 19 – Young & Region Farmers Markets
Young & Region Farmers Markets 9am until 12pm at Anderson Park near the former railway station (Young Visitor Information Centre). BBQ and coffee available. Buy fresh straight from the producers. Local fruit, vegetables, plants, wine, honey, goats milk products and baked goods all on sale. For updates on the markets follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/youngandregionfarmersmarket

May 25 – Star of Young: Dance for Cancer
This is an exciting new fundraiser where funds raised from the event will go to support those in the Young community with cancer through support, prevention, research and advocacy.
Stars of Young is a fundraising event where high-profile locals teamed up with professional dance partners or troupe to rehearse a routine that will be performed in front of guests and judges at a glitzy and glam gala ball evening! We hope you will join us for a night of fun, dancing, food, and entertainment!

26 & 27 May – Lions Club of Young Annual Quilt Show
Held at the Town Hall in Young. If you wish to enter a quilt, entry forms are available at Robynettes or by contacting Jenny 0423452595.

June 2 – Young & Region Farmers Markets
Young & Region Farmers Markets 9am until 12pm at Anderson Park near the former railway station (Young Visitor Information Centre). BBQ and coffee available. Buy fresh straight from the producers. Local fruit, vegetables, plants, wine, honey, goats milk products and baked goods all on sale. For updates on the markets follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/youngandregionfarmersmarket

June 5 – Dementia Advisory Service
This is an opportunity for carers, family members and people living with dementia to pop in, meet your dementia advisor and receive support and information about dementia in a supported environment. Pop in between 2 – 3.30pm at the Hennessy Recreational Therapy Mercy Care Centre, Young.

June 16 – Young & Region Farmers Markets
Young & Region Farmers Markets 9am until 12pm at Anderson Park near the former railway station (Young Visitor Information Centre). BBQ and coffee available. Buy fresh straight from the producers. Local fruit, vegetables, plants, wine, honey, goats milk products and baked goods all on sale. For updates on the markets follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/youngandregionfarmersmarket

July 3 – Dementia Advisory Service
This is an opportunity for carers, family members and people living with dementia to pop in, meet your dementia advisor and receive support and information about dementia in a supported environment. Pop in between 2 – 3.30pm at the Hennessy Recreational Therapy Mercy Care Centre, Young.

July 7 – Young & Region Farmers Markets
Young & Region Farmers Markets 9am until 12pm at Anderson Park near the former railway station (Young Visitor Information Centre). BBQ and coffee available. Buy fresh straight from the producers. Local fruit, vegetables, plants, wine, honey, goats milk products and baked goods all on sale. For updates on the markets follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/youngandregionfarmersmarket

July 21 – Young & Region Farmers Markets
Young & Region Farmers Markets 9am until 12pm at Anderson Park near the former railway station (Young Visitor Information Centre). BBQ and coffee available. Buy fresh straight from the producers. Local fruit, vegetables, plants, wine, honey, goats milk products and baked goods all on sale. For updates on the markets follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/youngandregionfarmersmarket

August 4 – Young & Region Farmers Markets
Young & Region Farmers Markets 9am until 12pm at Anderson Park near the former railway station (Young Visitor Information Centre). BBQ and coffee available. Buy fresh straight from the producers. Local fruit, vegetables, plants, wine, honey, goats milk products and baked goods all on sale. For updates on the markets follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/youngandregionfarmersmarket

August 7 – Dementia Advisory Service
This is an opportunity for carers, family members and people living with dementia to pop in, meet your dementia advisor and receive support and information about dementia in a supported environment. Pop in between 2 – 3.30pm at the Hennessy Recreational Therapy Mercy Care Centre, Young.

August 18 – Young & Region Farmers Markets – Young & Region Farmers Markets 9am until 12pm at Anderson Park near the former railway station (Young Visitor Information Centre). BBQ and coffee available. Buy fresh straight from the producers. Local fruit, vegetables, plants, wine, honey, goats milk products and baked goods all on sale. For updates on the markets follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/youngandregionfarmersmarket

September 1 – Young & Region Farmers Markets
Young & Region Farmers Markets 9am until 12pm at Anderson Park near the former railway station (Young Visitor Information Centre). BBQ and coffee available. Buy fresh straight from the producers. Local fruit, vegetables, plants, wine, honey, goats milk products and baked goods all on sale. For updates on the markets follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/youngandregionfarmersmarket

September 4 – Dementia Advisory Service
This is an opportunity for carers, family members and people living with dementia to pop in, meet your dementia advisor and receive support and information about dementia in a supported environment. Pop in between 2 – 3.30pm at the Hennessy Recreational Therapy Mercy Care Centre, Young.

September 15 – Young & Region Farmers Markets
Young & Region Farmers Markets 9am until 12pm at Anderson Park near the former railway station (Young Visitor Information Centre). BBQ and coffee available. Buy fresh straight from the producers. Local fruit, vegetables, plants, wine, honey, goats milk products and baked goods all on sale. For updates on the markets follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/youngandregionfarmersmarket

October 2 – Dementia Advisory Service
This is an opportunity for carers, family members and people living with dementia to pop in, meet your dementia advisor and receive support and information about dementia in a supported environment. Pop in between 2 – 3.30pm at the Hennessy Recreational Therapy Mercy Care Centre, Young.

October 6 – Young & Region Farmers Markets
Young & Region Farmers Markets 9am until 12pm at Anderson Park near the former railway station (Young Visitor Information Centre). BBQ and coffee available. Buy fresh straight from the producers. Local fruit, vegetables, plants, wine, honey, goats milk products and baked goods all on sale. For updates on the markets follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/youngandregionfarmersmarket

October 20 – Young & Region Farmers Markets
Young & Region Farmers Markets 9am until 12pm at Anderson Park near the former railway station (Young Visitor Information Centre). BBQ and coffee available. Buy fresh straight from the producers. Local fruit, vegetables, plants, wine, honey, goats milk products and baked goods all on sale. For updates on the markets follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/youngandregionfarmersmarket

November 3 – Young & Region Farmers Markets
Young & Region Farmers Markets 9am until 12pm at Anderson Park near the former railway station (Young Visitor Information Centre). BBQ and coffee available. Buy fresh straight from the producers. Local fruit, vegetables, plants, wine, honey, goats milk products and baked goods all on sale. For updates on the markets follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/youngandregionfarmersmarket

November 6 – Dementia Advisory Service
This is an opportunity for carers, family members and people living with dementia to pop in, meet your dementia advisor and receive support and information about dementia in a supported environment. Pop in between 2 – 3.30pm at the Hennessy Recreational Therapy Mercy Care Centre, Young.

November 17 – Young & Region Farmers Markets
Young & Region Farmers Markets 9am until 12pm at Anderson Park near the former railway station (Young Visitor Information Centre). BBQ and coffee available. Buy fresh straight from the producers. Local fruit, vegetables, plants, wine, honey, goats milk products and baked goods all on sale. For updates on the markets follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/youngandregionfarmersmarket

December 4 – Dementia Advisory Service
This is an opportunity for carers, family members and people living with dementia to pop in, meet your dementia advisor and receive support and information about dementia in a supported environment. Pop in between 2 – 3.30pm at the Hennessy Recreational Therapy Mercy Care Centre, Young.

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