A weekly wrap-up of things to do in Gloucester: events, activities and fun stuff too. Featured this week:
- ART: The latest exhibition at the Gloucester Gallery opens this week, showcasing the remarkable artistic talents of our primary school children. Some art lovers pay a fortune for this calibre of talent for their walls!
- THEATRE: The fascinating story from the 1840’s of local woman Isabella Kelly who was NSW’s only single female settler in her own right who, husband free, opened up land in the upper Manning Valley. Performed by the Wingham Players at the Barrington Hall.
- FOOD & COMMUNITY: The flood-affected Stroud community invite you to show your support by attending the Stroud Heritage Growers and Artisans Market, being held on Memorial Avenue while the showgrounds are being repaired.
Download the latest What’s On in Gloucester newsletter 18-24 May 2015