What's on: Wellington Rotary Markets are set for a return

FAR LEFT: 'Artist Jan Payne with her artwork at last year's Arts and Sculpture Festival'. Photo: CONTRIBUTED.
FAR LEFT: 'Artist Jan Payne with her artwork at last year's Arts and Sculpture Festival'. Photo: CONTRIBUTED.
  • Wellington Rotary Markets

Wellington, August 24 from 8am-1pm

The Wellington Rotary Markets return for their August event, featuring all the packed out stalls featuring locally made produce, crafts and other desirable items for sale throughout the day, as well as plenty of community attractions and entertainment for the children.

  • Round Robin Competition

Nyngan, August 24

The Western Plains Soccer Association Zone soccer gala day will be held in Nyngan this Saturday at Frank Smith Oval. Clubs from Trangie, Tottenham and Tottenham and Warren will be taking part in a round robin competition.

  • Amazing YAMATO DRUMMERS are coming to Dubbo

Dubbo, August 26

Yamato - The Drummers of Japan are set to perform in Dubbo on August 26 from 7.30 pm at the Dubbo Macquarie Regional Theatre and Convention Centre. Tickets can be purchased from the theatre's box office from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm Monday to Friday, up to one hour prior to the show.

ABOVE: The Zone Soccer Gala Day will be held in Nyngan this Saturday. Photo: ZAARKACHA MARLAN

ABOVE: The Zone Soccer Gala Day will be held in Nyngan this Saturday. Photo: ZAARKACHA MARLAN

  • Burrendong Botanic Garden AND Arboretum Free Guided Tours

Wellington, August, 25 from 11am-3pm

Taking between approximately half an hour and an hour to complete, these free, guided tours will explore the sights, sounds and smells of some of Australia's most distinctive and hardy flora, including Hakeas, Wattles, Eucalyptus, Mint Bushes and many more.

  • Bridal Expo showcasing businesses in the region

Dubbo, August 24

Bridal Expo showcasing businesses in the region to help organise your wedding will commence in Dubbo from 3 pm, August 24, at the St Brigid's Hall with free admission into the event.

LEFT: The Yamato Drummers to hit Dubbo turf. Photo: CONTRIBUTED.

LEFT: The Yamato Drummers to hit Dubbo turf. Photo: CONTRIBUTED.

  • Arts and Sculpture Festival

Wellington, August 31 to Sunday, September 1

The sixth annual Arts and Sculpture Festival will bring all the wonder and creativity of the region's best, and undiscovered, artists to the Hermitage Hill once again to display some artistic marvels through the theme of Sound and Movement. This year's event will also feature a special performance by nationally renowned chainsaw artist Rob Bast.

  • Make your own scarf

Mudgee, August 24

Learn the intriguing art of arm knitting and create your very own stylish wool scarf at the Little Cooking School in Mudgee on Saturday, August 24 from 1pm.