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24 Jun Western Plains Cultural Centre in Dubbo Handmade Art Markets from 10am.
25 Jun Auditions for the next production of Parkes M & D’s production, 9 to 5 the Musical, from 1 – 4:30pm at The Little Theatre, Bogan Street.
26 Jun Parkes Lego Club meets every Monday at Parkes PCYC from 4 – 5pm for children aged five to eight, inclusive of all abilities. Participation is free. Contact Alana George on 0428 727 265.
27 Jun Auditions for the next production of Parkes M & D’s production, 9 to 5 the Musical, from 1 – 4:30pm at The Little Theatre, Bogan Street.
27 Jun Arhritis & Osteoporosis NSW Parkes Support Group meeting at the AOG Church Hall, 7 Reeves Ave at 10am with speaker Dr Chris Carroll. Gold coin donation. Contact Sandra on 6863 4904.
28 Jun Re-dedication of the Parkes Peace Precinct at 11am on the East Street side near the corner of Bushman Street. Everybody welcome.
1-16 Jul Bathurst Winter Festival featuring an ice rink and a ferris wheel and two-storey carousel for the duration of the festival. Visit www.bathurstwinterfestival.com.au for more information.
1 Jul Free screening of Yindyamarra Yambuwan at the Coventry Room at 12 and 4pm. Brought to you by Lachlan Reconciliation Action Group. Learn more about Wiradjuri culture for NAIDOC week: Ngumbaay Djil – All to- gether in one place.
3 Jul First free evening meal offered to the community of Parkes from 5:30 – 6:30pm at the Uniting Church Hall. All are welcome. Free meal will be offered the first Monday of each month.
8-9 Jul First Big Gig: Skywriters Project for registered Skywriters and friends at two venues: Coventry Room at the Parkes Library for daytime activities and The Dish Café for evening dinner with speakers and astro-music. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Ongoing Free evening meal the first Monday of each month from 5:30 – 6:30pm at the Uniting Church Hall. All are welcome.
Ongoing The Parkes Lego Club meets every Monday at Parkes PCYC from 4 – 5pm for children aged five to eight. Participation is free. Contact Alana George on 0428 727 265.
Ongoing The Parkes Branch of the Red Cross offers a plate of homemade slices and cakes, sandwiches and tea or coffee for $5 every Friday from 10am to 3pm.
Ongoing The Parkes Camera Club meets every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7.00pm at the Parkes Neighbourhood Central, corner of Bushman and Currajong Streets. Contact email address email@example.com
Ongoing Parkes Torch Bearers for Legacy meets every third Monday of the month at 10:30am at the Parkes Services Club. Everyone welcome. Con- tact Magaret Cherry on 6862 4789.
Ongoing Parkes Shire Concert Band rehearses every Tuesday 7pm – 9pm during school term in the music room above the pool complex in Dalton Street. Contact music director Duncan Clement on 0405 035 164.