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ORANGE REGION EVENTS

REGULAR MONTHLY EVENTS

Wentworth Gold Mine Open Day
First weekend 10am to 2.30pm. Lucknow
Orange Region Farmers Market
Second Saturday 8.30am to 12.30pm. Various locations
Miniature Train Rides
Second Saturday 1pm to 5pm. Matthews Park Orange
Bird Walk at Botanic Gardens
First Sunday from 8.30am. Orange Botanic Gardens, North Orange
Orange Jazz Club
First Sunday 2pm to 5pm
Mooorbel Markets
First Saturday 8am to 12pm.
Canowindra Produce & Craft Markets
Third Saturday 9am to 12pm. Cumnock

Picnic Horse Racing
January


Orange and District Picnic Races - Orange
Australia Day Celebrations - Various locations
The Carcoar Village Fair - Australia Day January 26

Gnoo Blas Classic Car Festival
February


BANJO PATERSON FESTIVAL


Banjo Paterson Festival - Various locations
February 16-26, 2018
Orange and the region celebrate the Banjo Paterson Australian Poetry Festival in February every year. Andrew Barton (Banjo) Paterson was born at ‘Narrambla’ Orange on 17 February 1864. 
Signature events:
Rotary Brekky & Poetry in the Park  February 16, 18, 23, 24 & 25 from 7.30am-9am
Breakfast with Banjo Friday February 17 from 7.30am - 9am
Banjo Paterson Festival Night Market Friday February 17 from 5.30pm-8.30pm
Banjo Paterson Poetry Competition Saturday February 18 from 7pm 
Emmaville Cottage Family Market Day Sunday February 19 from 9am-2pm

Orange Brass Band, Cook Park Free Recital - Orange
www.cityoforangebrassband.com
Gnoo Blas Classic Car Festival - Orange
Orange Running Festival - Orange
Dressage with Altitude - Orange
Munch & Meander - Millthorpe
Flix in the Stix - Orange

March

Orange Brass Band Celebration - Orange
Great Volcanic Mountain Challenge - Orange
Blayney Show - Blayney
Cumnock Show - Cumnock
Orange Bird Sale - Orange
Veterans Golf Annual Tournament - Orange
Millamolong Polo Carnival - Mandurama
NSW Sheep Dog Trials - Molong
Art Week - Carcoar
Textures of One - Blayney

 

Orange Region Markets

April

FOOD WEEK

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FOOD Week
Friday 6 April – Sunday 15 April 2018 - Various locations
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Orange Brass Band, Cook Park Free Recital - Orange
www.cityoforangebrassband.com
Orange Show - Orange
Orange Gold Cup - Orange
Anzac Day Services - Various locations
Millthorpe Markets - Millthorpe
Canowindra Balloon Challenge - Canowindra
Canowindra@home Long Lunch - Canowindra
B@B Cyclo (Blayney to Bathurst) - Blayney
100 Mile Dinner - Molong
Apple Festival at Orange

May

Orange Brass Band, Cook Park Free Recital - Orange
www.cityoforangebrassband.com
Apple Festival - Various locations
Eugowra Mural Weekend - Eugowra
Yoeval Show - Yoeval
Antique Fair - Orange

June


Antique Fair - Orange
Music and Museum Day - Carcoar

July

Quick Shear Competition - Yoeval

Orange Eisteddfod
August

Orange Eisteddfod - Orange (Extends into September)
Molong Players Annual Review - Molong
Museum Open Day - Caroar

City of Orange Golf Championship
September


City of Orange Golf Championship - Orange
Canowindra Show - Canowindra
Eugowra Show Eugowra
Cudal Show - Cudal
Meet U in Molong & Molong Show - Molong
Manildra Show - Manildra
Orange Eisteddfod - Orange (Starts in August)
Orange Wine Festival
October


Orange Brass Band, Cook Park Free Recital - Orange
www.cityoforangebrassband.com
Veterans Golf Championships - Orange
Australian National Field Days - Borenore
Annual Wool & Horse Festivalk - Trunkey Creek
Carcoar Show - Carcoar
Harness Racing 'Carnival of Cups' - Eugowra
Neville Show & Fair - Neville

ORANGE WINE FESTIVAL


Orange Wine Festival 2018 
Mid October  - Various locations


Champion Dog Show - Orange
November

Orange Brass Band, Cook Park Free Recital - Orange
www.cityoforangebrassband.com
Orange Dragon Boat Regatta - Orange
Champion Dog Show - Orange
Wool Shearing Championships & Open Day - Errowanbang Carcoar
NSW Senior Long Track Motorcycling Championships - Blayney
Garden Ramble: Open Gardens - Millthorpe. 5-6 November 2016 www.millthorpevillage.com.au/events
Running Festival - Carcoar

Orange Region Markets
December


Orange Brass Band, Cook Park Free Recital - Orange
www.cityoforangebrassband.com
Garlic Harvest Festival - Orange
Millthorpe Markets - Millthorpe
Carols by Candlelight - Orange and Blayney
NYE Under the Stars - Orange


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