Find your story in Mudgee: for its’ tenth year, the Mudgee Readers' Festival brings stories, books, ideas and fun to the town of Mudgee each year, through a dynamic and boutique program of events. They pride themselves on sharing stories with the community in new and engaging ways. Look out for the program and special events via Mudgee Readers’ Festival.
Glen Willow Stadium will host the first-ever Mudgee Night Glow. The evening will include a family friendly night market offering some of the region’s best food, wine and hand-made crafts, along with live musical performances to entertain you.
The festivities will also include roving performers, face-painting and jumping castles to keep kids of all ages entertained. This event is all about lighting up the night so glow-in-the-dark t-shirts, glasses, headbands and other glow items will all be available for purchase during the event so that you can get your glow on.
The main event will be the spectacular balloon Night Glow which will see hot air balloons inflated and tethered in the Glen Willow Stadium. The Night Glow will be choreographed to music and will culminate with a spectacular fireworks display. It will be on from 5pm to 9pm.
This event is weather dependent. In the unlikely event of extreme weather, ticket holders will receive an email on the day of the event advising of event cancellation and all tickets would be refunded in full. Event updates will also be posted on the Facebook page.
More information here.
Sculptures In The Garden is an exciting not for profit event that showcases Australian sculpture in a beautiful rural setting within a private garden and vineyard in Mudgee NSW.
Proceeds raised from the weekend exhibition go towards a local arts initiative to create a public art sculpture walk in Mudgee’s Lawson Park. Entry into the event is just $5.00 per person and go to our charity partner Guide Dogs NSW/ACT, with children welcome to attend for free.
Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 October 2018, open 9am to 4pm both days.
The Mudgee Readers' Festival are proud to partner with the Sydney Writers' Festival to stream select events from their 2018 festival direct to Mudgee in early May. The Sydney Writers' Festival: Live and Local will be beamed into the Town Hall Theatre Friday 4 to Sunday 6 May. Find out more, including program announcements, via the MRF website.
A highly skilled craftswoman and colourful 1930’s character, Mudgee identity Myra Mogg inspires a range of fibre artists to create an homage to her knitting and stitching skills.
Myra produced exquisite examples of needlecraft throughout her lifetime of which a selection is now held by Sydney's Powerhouse Museum. She was also notable for being the first woman in Mudgee to hold an office job during the 1930’s, notoriously independent and a strong advocate of women’s rights.
This exhibition showcases contemporary textile works, traditional fine knitting and of the era embroidered pieces, at Artisan on Lewis in Mudgee.