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Xstatic Sunsets - Australia’s Largest Sober Dance Party
31 Mar 2019
Xstatic Sunsets - Australia’s Largest Sober Dance Party
Xstatic Sunsets – Australia’s largest sober dance party is launching Saturday 6th April on Shark Island and are on a mission to inspire a more healthy party culture and improve mental health.
 
What's On at the The Joan this April
27 Mar 2019
What's On at the The Joan this April
As the weather cools down for the arrival of another glorious Autumn, we are heating up at PP&VA with stacks of fun theatre for both adults and children, school holiday workshops, music of all kinds and community programs making their way into the month of April. 
Grants for Hawkesbury and Blue Mountains Men’s Sheds
26 Mar 2019
Grants for Hawkesbury and Blue Mountains Men’s Sheds
Three local Men’s Sheds have been awarded grant funding, under Round 18 of the National Shed Development Programme. 
Blue Mountains Grammar School F1 in Schools Team Wins National Final!
26 Mar 2019
Blue Mountains Grammar School F1 in Schools Team Wins National Final!
The BMGS F1 in Schools team – Thrust Vector – has won the National Final of the 2019 F1 in Schools competition. 
Food for Thought...
23 Mar 2019
Food for Thought...
On March 21st Australia came together to celebrate Harmony Day, National Close the Gap Day and the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. 
Entries Open for Australia’s Largest Annual LGBTQI Visual Arts Exhibition, bentART
23 Mar 2019
Entries Open for Australia’s Largest Annual LGBTQI Visual Arts Exhibition, bentART
bentART, Australia’s largest LGBTQI annual visual arts exhibition, has opened for entries in this year’s exhibition. LGBTQI artists from across Australia are encouraged to enter up to 3 artworks in the 2019 exhibition which will be held in the Blue Mountains on the June Long Weekend. 
National Close the Gap Day is March 21
18 Mar 2019
National Close the Gap Day is March 21
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people still face unequal health outcomes. On average, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people die more than 10 years younger than other Australians. 
The Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre Presents Possum Magic
13 Mar 2019
The Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre Presents Possum Magic
For more than 30 years, Mem Fox’s Possum Magic has captivated and enchanted young people all over Australia. Now, audiences can experience the magic for themselves when Monkey Baa brings their brand-new stage adaptation of a great Australian classic to The Joan on 9 & 10 April. 
Veterans Invited to Have Their Say on the Future of DVA
6 Mar 2019
Veterans Invited to Have Their Say on the Future of DVA
Hawkesbury and Blue Mountains veterans and members of the Australian Defence Force are being encouraged to share their ideas, experiences and suggestions regarding the future of the Department of Veterans Affairs. 
$30k Boost for Penrith Symphony Orchestra’s 2019 Program
2 Mar 2019
$30k Boost for Penrith Symphony Orchestra’s 2019 Program
Penrith Symphony Orchestra's 2019 program has been supported by investment of $30,000 from the NSW Government, Member for Penrith Stuart Ayres and Minister for the Arts Don Harwin announced this week. 
American Express Openair Cinemas Bondi Announces Last Screenings
1 Mar 2019
American Express Openair Cinemas Bondi Announces Last Screenings
The curtains close on the Sydney run on 3rd March, with a special closing night screening of Best Picture winner: Green Book. 
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