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Upcoming Events in Our Area

5/6/2019   Peak Hill Pub Chat
7/6/2019   Evening with bird enthusiast and photographer, Warren Chad
8/6/2019   Brekkie with Chaddy and the Birds 
8/6/2019   Parkes Picnic Races
20/6/2019 CWLL Monthly Meeting (Parkes)
22/6/2019 Frost and Fire
27/6/2019 National Tree Day (Forbes)
28/7/2019 National Tree Day (Parkes)

Back to Bulgandramine Gathering - pics
Managing Carbon for Climate and Market Change
2040 Documentary

There are heaps of other events coming up in the Parkes and Forbes Shires.

Parkes Events
Forbes Events
Peak Hill Pub Chat is on this afternoon between 4pm and 6pm at the Peak Hill Services Club.
Spaces are limited for the evening with Warren Chad and breakfast at PAC Park. Book in now. Supper is provided on Friday evening and a hearty brekkie will be provided on Saturday morning by Rotary. 
Friday evening bookings:
Saturday morning bookings:
or text or leave a message on 0418 611 053
or email
Forbes Frost and Fire
Forbes Frost and Fire at Forbes Ski Dam is coming up on 22 June.
Central West Lachlan Landcare Monthly Meetings
Back to Bulgandramine Cultural Gathering
The Back to Bulgandramine Cultural Gathering was held last weekend at the Bulgandramine Mission located approximately 20km from Peak Hill. Find out more about the Gathering in Friday's papers or go to our blog page here or check out some of the pics on facebook here
Managing Soils for Climate and Market Change
Workshops were held in Parkes and Forbes with a focus on increasing soil carbon, with guest speakers Guy Webb and Callen Thompson.
Find out more about the workshops here.
2040 Documentary
Have you heard about it or seen it? Find out more here.
The Parkes Shire Cultural Grants
Closing 21 June 2019.
Parkes Shire Council recognises that a robust cultural life is important to the health and wellbeing of any community, including the role it plays in attracting and retaining residents.
Parkes Shire Council’s Cultural Grants Program was developed to stimulate and encourage creative and innovative cultural activity, assist in the development of skills and abilities, enhance cultural facilities and boost community awareness of the importance of culture.
Organisations may apply for a grant of at least $2,000, with the total funding pool at $10,000.
To download an application form visit

Eco Schools Grants
The Eco Schools program funds schools to provide hands-on environmental education with strong student participation. 80 individual grants of $3,500 are available to schools.
The program funds projects that feature:
  • environmental benefits – more efficient resource use and/or improvements to the local environment
  • student participation – the development of knowledge, values and behaviour that support environmental sustainability
  • teacher engagement – access to professional development and help with integrating environmental management with other aspects of the curriculum
  • partnership with the community – schools and the community exploring opportunities to work together to promote sustainability.
Find out more about what has been happening via out blogs here or click the links below for all of our social media shares.
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