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                             WHAT'S ON | Winter
talks, TOURS, workshops and classes
SUNDAY SKETCH SESSIONS
Local artist Thomas Bucich (also a purveyor of fine homewares, as seen on our front cover with his to die for Kings & Cowboys horse hair armchair) invites you to join him in his Colo Vale studio to explore your creativity in guided still life drawing sessions. Accompanied by a glass or two of local vino! Sundays 2-5pm; thomasbucich.com
BIKE REPAIR WORKSHOP
Want to get up on two wheels but don’t know your gooseneck from your crank arm? Then sign up for a free bicycle maintenance workshop run by the fabulous volunteers at the successful Bicycles for Change program at the Wingecarribee Resource Recovery Centre in Moss Vale. The bikes they fix up in the program go to people in Namibia, but you can use these one hour sessions to learn simple bicycle maintenance tips like how to refit a chain, changing a tyre and much more. Wednesdays at 10am; contact Elizabeth.Guest@wsc.nsw.gov.au for bookings
HAMMER AND TONGS
BLACKSMITH COURSE
Join Steve Hogwood, a blacksmith, teacher, foodsmith and founder of the 1910 ironworks in Wildes Meadow, for his going Hammer and Tongs Blacksmith Beginners courses. The day includes fire control, forge welding, hot splitting and forging strap hinges to make a basket twist handle. You’ll also receive lunch and refreshments.
Saturday June 9 & Saturday July 7 9.30am-3.30pm 1910bc.com; stephen.hogwood@optusnet.com.au
BECAUSE OF HER WE CAN
NAIDOC Week is held across Australia each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Don’t miss the NAIDOC exhibition in the Foyer Gallery of Wingecarribee Council Chambers, Moss Vale. Based on the theme ‘Because of her we can’, curator Melissa Wiya has selected images and works of significant Aboriginal women who have played an active and significant role in our community at all levels. From July 1, 8.30am- 4.30pm, Foyer Gallery, Civic Centre, Elizabeth Street, Moss Vale
ART AND EATS AT THE COWSHED
The popular Cowshed painting workshops with artist Kirsten Deakin at Maree Reid’s delightful Burradoo home are back. Leave with a finished masterpiece after enjoying a fireside lunch for all to share. All materials and lunch included. June 3, July 4, August 5, 9.30am-4pm. Call Kirsten on 0401 326 700 for details.
RABBIT, RAGOUT AND RAVIOLI
Learn to make authentic Italian food and enjoy some local wine at cooking classes at the lovely Southern Highland Winery in Sutton Forest with chef Marco Salvestrin. Rabbit ragout is on the menu in conjunction with Pie Time events in June. They then move on to homemade Italian meat and vegetable ravioli, and then in August you can learn to make a mean authentic Italian lasagne. All classes are on Fridays at 6-8.30pm and include a glass of wine, the cooking demonstration, a winemaker’s talk from Eddy Rossi, a behind the scenes tour and dinner. Bellissimo!
June 29, July 27, August 24; southernhighlandswinery.com.au
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