Billabong Creek Makeover: Billabong Creek is getting a $150,000 makeover at Lake Endeavour. The restoration work follows the 2016 Lake Endeavour Dam safety upgrades in which the dam wall was reinforced to both strengthen the dam and increase its capacity. Waterways downstream were affected, and while environmental remediation was undertaken, extreme weather events have caused additional damage to the creek. Remediation works include excavation to correct slopes, installation of rock erosion barriers, redressing and seeding disturbed soil with appropriate seed and tubestock, as well as restoring the access track.
Trundle Artists: Artists from the Trundle area are invited to exhibit works in the first art exhibition at Trundle Multipurpose Health Service (MPS). The ‘Totally Trundle’ exhibition will feature artworks at Trundle MPS from 29th May to 12th August. Artworks may be original photographs, drawings, paintings or weaving, preferably framed behind glass. Works may be listed for sale. Artworks and entry to be delivered to Trundle Hospital reception on Monday, 27th May. Details can be found at http://artsoutwest.org.au/totally-trundle/ or call Christine McMillan at Arts OutWest on 0447 832 043, email@example.com
Sydney Royal Easter Show: Australia’s largest ticketed event brings the country to the city for 12 days (12-23 April) offering a wide range of attractions from the Greatest Show Spectacular to the Heritage Pavilion. Some of this year’s new attractions include the World’s Largest Sphere of Fear featuring six motorbike riders; Jurassic World 2
– The Fallen Kingdom. Buy your tickets at www.eastershow.com.au
Winner: Congratulations to June Bush who is the winner of the double pass to Phil & Chris Coad’s Condobolin Country Muster. Thank you to everyone for entering!
Anne of Green Gables the Musical: The Parkes Musical & Dramatic Society’s first show of the year is currently at the Little Theatre. You can still catch a show of the musical based on the much- loved novel of the same title written by Lucy Maud Montgomery. The musical has been performed every summer in Canada since 1965. See the cast of 31 bring Anne’s journey to life as she adapts to her new family and community with 17-year-old Krystal-Lee McMurray playing Anne. The heart-warming tale is suitable for all ages and is told with lots of humour. Don’t miss one of the six shows left. Tickets at www.parkesmandd.com.au or Regional Business Supplies.