Live music, markets and more: what you can do in the Tablelands this week | Goulburn post

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There’s something to entertain everyone in the Tablelands this week. Take a look at the events listed below, get your calendars ready to lock in those dates. Bourke Markets The fourth Saturday of the month means the Bourke Markets are back! Discover a range of stalls with everything from baked goods, crafts, produce and fresh flowers. Wolfe Brothers Startin’ Something Tour Nick and Tom Wolfe are bringing country music to Goulburn this weekend. They will perform hits from their album Kids on Cassette, including their latest single Startin’ Something. Tickets can be purchased here. Also read: Crookwell dogs steal the show with impressive feats Goulburn Parkrun This weekly activity gives locals of all ages and abilities the chance to take part in a leisurely five-mile walk or run and connect with others. Participants must register before coming and can bring a printed copy of their barcodes if they wish to be timed on the day. They can sign up and find out more by emailing [email protected] Summer sessions with Yolanda Be Cool Bondi boys Andy and Matt, known as Yolanda Be Cool, return to Goulburn this weekend. Their heavy party music will pump through the Tatts’ beer garden. Entrance to the hotel is free. Unique Shop Markets at Marulan Markets in Marulan are back this month. Discover a range of local businesses and food stalls. Children can enjoy activities like plaster painting. Also read: You’ll soon be able to spend accommodation vouchers around NSW Sunday Sessions Kick back, relax and sing along while enjoying your weekend. A mix of Australian, folk, American and Celtic songs will be performed. Tablelanders can listen to Australian songs from 1 to 3 p.m. and American hits from 3 to 5 p.m. Bungonia Sunday Breakfast Join us for this weekly breakfast organized by the Bungonia Progress Association and local volunteers. All proceeds are donated to the Bungonia Press Association INC to keep the room open. Attendees can enjoy items like an English breakfast for four dollars, a bacon and egg roll for five dollars, freshly brewed coffee for four dollars, and pancakes with maple syrup, jam, butter and cream for four dollars. Contact Melody on 0403068719 to make a group reservation. In Conversation with Maya Lee The Nazis Knew My Name is a joint book by Australian-Slovakian Holocaust survivor Magda Hellinger and her daughter Maya Lee. Maya will tell how her mother saved many lives and risked everything when she was made a prison guard at Auschwitz. Maya’s research also includes wills from other Holocaust survivors. The conference will show the power of kindness and resilience in one of the darkest times in history. The event is free and you can reserve your place here. Read also: Nurses strike, but still no action from NSW state government Hume Conservatorium Open Weekend Attend the opening of the Hume Conservatorium and discover a world of musical talent. There will be a barbecue lunch with Rotary over the weekend. There will be live music, workshops and concerts over the three days. See a full program here. Scapin the Intriguing The Lieder Theater is sure to start 2022 with laughter and comedy with the play Scapin the Intriguing. Multi-award winning actor David O’Halloran will bring the notorious trickster to life in theaters in March, and the play will be directed by Annie Bilton. There will be matinee and evening performances. Tickets are $30 each for adults, $20 for seniors, $15 for dealers and retirees, Lieder members, children under 12, and for individuals booking in groups of 10 or more. You can collect your ticket at theliedertheatre.com. We depend on subscription revenue to support our journalism. If you can, please register here. If you are already subscribed, thank you for your support. Did you know the Goulburn Post now offers news alerts and a weekly email newsletter? Keep up to date with all the local news: subscribe below.

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