The Fermenta Festival is returning for another year celebrating the the art of fermentation by local producers. From sauerkraut to kombucha, small batch beers and fine wines to chocolate and cheese.

 

Stuck wondering what to do this weekend? We've got you covered

 

The tenth Sculptures in the Garden at Rosby Wines kicked off on Saturday, October 11 and there was no shortage of art viewers in attendance.

 

A group of Mudgee weavers constructed the sculpture which will be on display during the next few weekends at Sculptures in the Garden.

 

Looking for something to do this weekend? Mudgee Race Club has it covered. On October 3, local trainers of the likes of David J Smith will have Need The Yen r...

 

People around the region have paid tribute to Eduardo "Danding" Cojuangco Jr, who passed away peacefully aged 85 last week, on June 16. Mr Cojuangco spent man...

 
The Daily Feed

Receive a daily summary of drinks news.

"Once again our area has shown its capacity to adapt to whatever circumstances are thrown at us, and that resilience and willingness to jump in and help is what makes our area so great."

 

Playing a small role in helping flatten the curve, Nathan Williams from Mudgee's Baker Williams Distillery said they didn't set out to create a hand sanitiser for fun.

 

The ranks of local doctors have swelled by five this month, with the addition of new practitioners at South Mudgee Surgery and the Medical Centre.

 

The 10 art workshops are popular with both art aficionados and amateurs alike, and are run alongside Sculptures in the Garden - which is this year celebrating its 10th anniversary.

 
 
Website
mudgeeguardian.com.au
Advetory
Social Connections