Trivia: From Page to Screen

Friday 9 August, 6.00-8.30pm
Town Hall Theatre, gold coin entry
Get a team of book and movie buffs together to test your knowledge! Our trivia master Sam Paine will ask questions about a variety of films and their origins on the page — from Captain Marvel to Hunger Games and Love, Simon — and you can win some great prizes and show off your knowledge of books and their film adaptations! There is a prize for best dressed so come as your favourite page to screen character. 
This event is for ages 12—25, presented in partnership with Mid-Western Regional Youth Council.

School Daze

Friday 16 August, 9:30am—2:30pm
Mid-Western Regional Council area schools
Ursula Dubosarsky and Will Kostakis will talk reading, writing and culture with young readers from the Mudgee region.
If you are a teacher and would like to register your interest or find out more, contact us

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Sunday Story-time

Sunday 18 August, 10:30–11:30am
Mudgee Library, free but secure your place here
Join Ursula Dubosarsky and Kiara Harris for a storytelling extravaganza that will delight children of all ages (but mostly the small ones). Enjoy stories told in Wiradjuri language as well as The Terrible Plop and Too Many Elephants in This House

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Silent Reading Party

Saturday 17 August, 1:30–2:30pm 
Mudgee Library, free, no bookings
Attention YA readers! Bring your book and settle in for a communal reading experience. Will Kostakis and Rawah Arja will host this silent reading party and at the end of the party chat with you about what you’re reading.
This session is for 12–25 year olds.

Make your own book!

Saturday 17 August, 1:30–2:30pm
The Mud Factory, $16, book here
Join authors and artists Rachel Williams and Peter Warrington from Not Quite Newtown as they guide you through the process of creating your own book, a handmade object with photography and words that tells the story of Mudgee… or maybe not quite Mudgee!
This hands-on session is for 4–7 year olds.

Make your own book!

Sunday 18 August, 9:15am–10:15am 
The Mud Factory, $16, book here
Join authors and artists Rachel Williams and Peter Warrington from Not Quite Newtown as they guide you through the process of creating your own book, a handmade object with photography and words that tells the story of Mudgee… or maybe not quite Mudgee!
This hands-on session is for 8-11 year olds.

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