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SPECIALS and WHATS ON

GREAT TIME IN TENTERFIELD

Tenterfield's Oracles of the Bush

is a four day cultural event with bush poetry, music and art. 2015 dates are 26th to 29th March.

 SPECIAL  March
Romantic and Relaxation Special

Stay two or more nights chocolates on arrival.
Continental breakfast provisions.

Two nights stay for a couple $299.00

All luxury linen and toiletries supplied as well as Fluffy Robes to wear while cuddling in front of the cosy wood fire.

Oracles of the Bush 2015 

26th to 29th March 

Tenterfield NSW 


Come and have a great time!

 
Oracles of the Bush Tenterfield NSW Australia
 



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 Great things coming up in Tenterfield. Why not join us at Tenterfield Cottage 

 
  

EVENTS


17 March                       Seniors Week Old friends Meet
2pm at the Presbyterian Hall.
 
18 March                       FREE HSNET (Human Services Network) demonstration
10.30am at Tenterfield Community Hub, 204 Rouse Street for approximately 2 hours and include searching and viewing services in the service directory, an overview of the ‘dashboard’, groups and group publishing and online referrals. Lunch will be served. To book email hsnet@facs.nsw.gov.au.
 
18 March                       Seniors Week Grandparents Day
10am at St Joseph’s School.
 
18 March             Seniors Week Anglican Church Mid Week Service
10am. All denominations welcome. Morning tea provided.
 
19 March                       Seniors Week Grandparents Day
11.30am at Tenterfield High School with BBQ lunch.
 
19 March                       The 7 Sopranos concert
At the Sir Henry Parkes School of Arts, Tenterfield. A group of professional young opera singers with breathtaking voices, high glamour and sophistication. Highlights for this concert will include arias from La Traviata, Carmen, La Boheme, Phantom of the Opera, the Toreador and Nessun Dorma. Tickets $56.10 concession, $61.20 adults. Go to www.the7sopranos.com/
 
20 March                       Bowling Club Free Concert
11am Pete Denvon free concert.  Lunch available $11 per person. Bookings in person at the Council foyer, Rouse St., 5 March, 6 March, 10 March and 12 March from 10am to 12 noon. Enquiries phone Christine 6736 1788 or 0414 263 715.
 
20 March                       Young at Heart Seniors Free Film Festival
2pm at the Tenterfield Cinema. Watch a series of seven short films (1 hour) and then cast your vote. Free entry. Voting after the movie with a cuppa.
 
20 March                       The Patsy Cline Showcase
A celebration of the music legacy of Patsy Cline. 7pm at the Mingoola Hall. Tickets at the door $15. BYO and bring a plate to share for supper. For more information contact Little Phoenix on 0428 427 103 or email littlephoenix.is.now@gmail.com
 
21 March                       Seniors Week Bus Trip
Departing Tenterfield at 10.30am for Lawdogs Australia “A dog show with bite” then lunch at Anna’s Restaurant, Stanthorpe. Limit 55 people. $30 per person. Bookings essential. Bookings in person at the Council foyer, Rouse St., 5 March, 6 March, 10 March and 12 March from 10am to 12 noon. Enquiries phone Christine 6736 1788 or 0414 263 715.
 
21 March                       School Markets
9am-2pm at the Sir Henry Parkes Memorial Public School, 75-79 Wood St Tenterfield
$20 to be a stall holder, please ring the school for more information. Ph:6736 1401
 
21 March                       Urbenville Country Market
9am to 1pm at the Urbenville School Grounds. Market includes jewellery, hardware, bric a brac, 2nd hand clothing, vintage and retro, food, spinning and much more. Contact Lindy Kay on 02 6634 1474 for more information.
 
21- 22 March                Glenrock Gardens special open weekend
10am – 6pm. Featured in numerous gardening magazines, including ABC Gardening & voted Australia's Best Garden by Better Homes & Gardens in 2006. A rare opportunity to see this beautiful cold climate garden is not to be missed. $5 entry (children free), tea & coffee & food available, with all proceeds going to TenFM.   www.tenterfieldtourism.com.au/events
 
24 March                       Free Good Sports information night
By former Newcastle Knights player Marc Glanville, 6.30pm at Tenterfield Bowling Club upstairs function room. Light refreshments provided. Good Sports is a national initiative assisting local sporting clubs to become healthier, more viable, happier, more family oriented and less focused on the consumption of unhealthy foods and high risk levels of alcohol.  Call  Family Support 0267362619 for further information.
 
26 March                       Luke O’Shea “Have a night off” concert
Have a Night Off! Performances by Golden Guitar Winner Luke O’Shea and everyone’s favourite, Simply Bushed! Bring your family, your nanna and the neighbours! Free entry, free BBQ, giveaways and prizes! This event is part of the Australian Government’s drought assistance package.
 
26 – 29 March              Oracles of the Bush
Poets include Marco Gliori, Peter Mace, Murray Hartin & Singer Bec Hance. For more information go to www.oraclesofthebush.com or get a program guide at the Tenterfield Visitors Centre or from businesses around Tenterfield. Tickets from the Tenterfield Visitors Centre Wed 10 am-1 pm, Thur 10 am-2 pm or leave your ticket order with payment.
 
28 March                       Drake Market
8am at Woodward Park, Drake, if good weather, or under cover at the Drake Village Resource Centre, (next door) if wet. Scrumptious Coffee and Cake provided by The Naked Baker at the DVRC. Stall holders welcome, to book a stall please call 02 6737 6664. Fee $10. Drake market is held on the last Saturday each month.
 
28 March                       Tenterfield Railway Museum Markets
8am at the Railway Station. Stalls include a bbq and souvenir stall, tools, clothing – new and old, jewellery, cakes and biscuits, arts and crafts, fruit & vegies, plants – native and non native. Contact 02 6736 2223 for more information or to have a stall.
 
28 March                   Woodenbong Yowie Country Market & Music Day
8am-3pm at the Woodenbong Public Hall. Wheelchair access, all weather location. Free live music, hot food, espresso coffee & refreshments. Children's playground, WAG arts kid’s painting. Indoor & outside stalls, massage, plants & yowie souvenirs. Local Yowie visits often.  Phone Carey 02 6635 1176, email: yowiecountrymarket@gmail.com or www.woodenbong.org
 
29 March                       The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Movie Night
At the Tenterfield Cinema. 5pm finger food for 6pm movie. $20 per person. Profits go to the Tenterfield Tennis Club to upgrade facilities. Bookings essential. Phone Christine on 02 6736 2277 or 0438 305 759.
 
29 March                       Neighbour Day
Neighbour Day is Australia’s annual celebration of community, bringing together the people next door, across the street or on the next farm for a beer, a barbie or just a cuppa. For more information go to www.neighbourday.org
 
1 April                           Local History Day
At the Tenterfield Library from 10am to 3pm. You are invited to bring in your old photos and any other information to be scanned. You may also know or remember the year a house or building was constructed, the builder’s name, and where any special materials came from or even an interesting fact about who lived there. Have a cup of tea, and share your stories. For further information & to register your interest in attending contact Tamai on 67 366 002. 
 
1 April                           Reachout Toy Library
At 91 High Street, Tenterfield from 11.00am – 1.00pm. New members welcome. Family memberships start from $19.00 for 6 months.  Lots of toys, games, puzzles and more to borrow. Phone 6732 3487 or Judy on 0406 413 131 for more information.
 
4 April                           Torrington Easter Funday
Torrington Memorial Hall Easter Fete. Live Music, Children's Entertainment & Yabby Races. Stalls with Local Produce, Gem Stones, Arts & Craft. Great Country Cooking. BBQ, Cakes & Scones, sandwiches, , Cold Drinks, Tea & Real Coffee. Raffles, Lucky Envelopes, Ham Wheel, Kids Fossicking, Easter Bunny & Egg Hunt. Phone Joyce for stall bookings on 02 6734 6204.
 
4 April                           Tenterfield Railway Museum Markets
8am at the Railway Station. Stalls include a bbq and souvenir stall, tools, clothing – new and old, jewellery, cakes and biscuits, arts and crafts, fruit & vegies, plants – native and non native. Contact 02 6736 2223 for more information or to have a stall.
 
4 April                         Drake Rural Fire Brigade meeting
9.30am at Drake Fire Shed.
For more details contact Ted on 6737 6653, or Felicity 6737 6790 Monday and Wednesday.
 
5 April                            Wallangarra Border Railway Market
The best little Country Market between QLD & NSW. 8am to 12 Midday. The pick of local art, craft and produce - hot food, coffee and entertainment. Phone 07 4684 3429 or 07 4684 3400 for details and stall bookings.
 
6 April                           Swamp Juice Puppet Show
Two shows - 10.30am and 1.30pm at the Tenterfield School of Arts Cinema. A shadow puppet menagerie with a jaw dropping finale. Tickets $10 per person (adult and child) or $30 per family of four (extra children $3 each). Tickets available at the school of arts or online at www.trybooking.com/HFPR
 

 

 

 

CINEMA TIMES


Ask for your cinema loyalty card - 9th visit is free! 
 

 DATE

TIME

MOVIE/PLAY

Tuesday, 17 March 

1.00 pm

Fifty Shades of Grey (TBC)

Wednesday, 18 March

10.30am

Fifty Shades of Grey (TBC)

Wednesday, 18 March

1.00pm

Wild (MA15+)

Friday, 20 March 

7.00 pm

Wild (MA15+)

Saturday, 21 March 

7.30 pm

Fifty Shades of Grey (TBC)

Sunday, 22 March 

1.45 pm

Wild (MA15+)

Monday, 23 March to Saturday, 28 March

 

CINEMA CLOSED - State Government Elections Voting in Theatre

Sunday, 29 March

1.45 pm

The Theory of Everything (PG)

Monday, 30 March

10.30 am

American Sniper (MA15+)

Monday, 30 March

1.00 pm

The Theory of Everything (PG)

Tuesday, 31 March 

10.30 am

The Kingsman: The Secret Service (MA15+)

Tuesday, 31 March 

1.00 pm

The Theory of Everything (PG)

Wednesday, 1 April

10.30 am

American Sniper (MA15+)

Wednesday, 1 April

1.00 pm

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (PG)

Friday, 3 April 

 

CLOSED - GOOD FRIDAY

Saturday, 4 April 

7.30 pm

American Sniper (MA15+)

Sunday, 5 April 

1.45 pm

Night At the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (PG)

Monday, 6 April

10.30 am & 1.00 pm

SWAMPJUICE – ONE OF THE GREATEST INNOVATIONS IN SHADOW PUPPETRY – Must See for All  (Book Online)

Tuesday, 7 April

10.30 am

American Sniper (MA15+)

Tuesday, 7 April

1.00 pm

Paper Planes (G)

Wednesday, 8 April

10.30 am

The Theory of Everything (PG)

Wednesday, 8 April

1.00 pm

Night At the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (PG)

Thursday, 9 April

1.00 pm

Paper Planes (G)

Thursday, 9 April

7.00 pm

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (PG)


Adults $13.00, Under 18s & Concession Card Holders $10.00, Family $35.00 (four + $8.00 for each additional child), Tuesday $8.00. Movie Club Membership $30 (receive 2 free tickets and $1 discount on your movie tickets for 12 months)

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