What's on in Braidwood | September 27

What’s on in Braidwood

Saturday, September 30

Araluen Sports Day, 9.30am at Araluen Recreation Ground. Family fun for everyone! Activities include NSW Axeman Assoc, tug o war competition, food stalls, free under 12’s children’s corner, ute show and shine and much more, so come on down to the Valley and have some great family fun. General Admission $5 (13 years and over). Under 12's Free, Activity Pack 13-17 years $5 Adults Activity Pack $10. Contact Rachel on 0431558033 or araluensportsday@gmail.com

Saturday, October 14

Captains Flat Rural Fire Brigade Community Garage Sale, from 8am. Households in Captains Flat register to take part on the day; registration means that they have paid a small fee so their garage sale address is marked on a map of the town. This map will be available to bargain hunters for a gold coin donation at the Captains Flat Fire Station from 8.am. This helps people to find all the garage sales and will also identify some of the larger, more attractive items that people are selling. While collecting your map from the Fire Station enjoy a sausage sizzle breakfast from 8am. More information on http://captainsflat.org/Garage Sale.htm or email garagesale@captainsflat.org. Gold coin donation.

Country Rocks – Christie Lamb Country, 8.30pm, Braidwood Servicemens Club. Golden Guitar winner Christie Lamb returns to the Braidwood Servicesmens Club  with her high energy Country Rock show. Free

Saturday, November 25

Airing of the Quilts. Braidwood's 23rd Annual Quilt Event from November 25-26, featuring the Airing of the Quilts on Saturday. All entries welcome, enter at: braidwoodquiltevent.org.au" Airing free, competition entry fees vary.

Regular events

Braidwood Scouts

1st Braidwood Scout Group, Scout Hall in Coghill Street, on Thursday nights: Cubs – 6.15 to 7.45pm. Scouts – 6 to 8pm. Group Leader Laurie Joyce, call 4842 8144, email braidwoodscouts@gmail.com

Braidwood Film Club

Monthly meetings at National Theatre, Wallace Street. Visitors are welcome. Membership fees are $50 per person per year and can be paid to the Treasurer on the night. Program and starting time displayed in the Theatre window. Large library of DVDs for members to borrow. Braidwood Film Club, PO Box 402, Braidwood NSW 2622.

Braidwood Life Centre

Gaming for youth (13-19 years), 6pm, Araluen Street Braidwood Life Centre, Fridays 6-8pm, gaming for youth (13-19 years). Call: 0437 989 993.

Playgroup, Araluen Street, first and third Thursday of every month 12.30-2pm. Call: 0437 989 993.

Support and counselling, support and counselling, Thursdays, 10am-12pm. Call: 0437 989 993.

Braidwood Men's Shed

A place to gather for men and boys for a chat, a bit of wood-working, and repair work for those who ask. Call: Barry Ribbons, 0412 241 607.

Braidwood Museum

Permanent exhibition, Wallace Street. The keeper of Braidwood and villages' history and stories. A regional museum well worth the visit with rare and unusual items to be found. History books for sale. Family history searches. Call 4842 2310 or email help@braidwoodmuseum.org.au

Braidwood Quilters

Meet Braidwood Scout Hall, Coghill Street. For those who share a love for fabric and design, come and share your creativity or be inspired with quilting, patchwork, applique, free form design. Each Wednesday 10am-4pm. Call: Margaret Tuckwell, 0430 388 111

International Folk Dancing

The Club, Coronation Avenue. International Folk Dancing on Mondays, 9.30-11am, at the Club. All welcome, no experience needed. Free. Call Nola, 4842 8004.