Come one, come all.
Enjoy a festive family night of entertainment including face painting, market stalls and featuring "Home Alone" on the big screen.
Saturday 3rd December 2016, markets from 6pm and the movie starts at 8pm.
Bring a chair, bring a blanket, bring your family and your friends, and enjoy a night on us!
Applications for stall holders are also most welcome.
And the Winner Is..........
two eight two eight - winner of the Community Run Business Award 2016.
Congratulations to all our dedicated staff, volunteers, committee and our loyal patrons for making this possible. Could not have achieved this without you Kirsty.
Friday the 16th September at Coonamble Bowling Club was where it all happened. A wonderful night, with a crowd of over 240 people and Gulargambone very well represented. The event organisation was a collaboration between members of the Shire Council and Coonamble Chamber of Commerce. A special shout out to Vicki Secombe from the Regional Chamber of Commerce office in Orange, who just so happens to be my sister-in-law. Thanks for presenting our award.
Well done to all the nominees of the night and especially those who came away winners.
Congratulations also go to David and Bernadette Frasier from Gulargambone Caravan Park who took out the Tourism, Arts and Hospitality Award. Well done and so very much deserved.
Congratulations to Maged Hanna from MaxSave Chemist, who received a Certificate of Commendation - an award created especially for him as he was so close to winning.
Congratulations to all the Gulargambone Nominees - CRT Gulargambone (Rohrs); Tammy Nichols from the RTC; 5 Star Supermarket; Michael Skinner; Diane and Barry from Ferguson's Store; and Grant Millgate. If I have overlooked someone, then please accept my humble apologies. It was certainly not intentional.
There are a few pictures in our gallery of the evening and there will be more to follow.
* Beautifully written, a lovely nostalgic story of an age of innocence.
* An excellent social commentary of life in 1950’s, both in Ireland and America.
* A novel of emotional power.
Helen Simonson – “The Summer before the War”
We are looking for sponsors and market stall holders, so if you have a product to sell and wish to help get this premiere event up and running, then please click on the link to download the Market Stall Booking Form. Non-powered sites are $15 and Powered Sites are $20.
Anyone wishing to sponsor the evening, then please contact Kirsty Fisher on
(02) 6825 1828 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A successful evening means more events for the future - so please give it a go.