Lithgow Blast Concert

Lithgow Blast Concert

Lithgow Blast is an alcohol-free all-ages event for young people and their families and features a smashing line up of stellar artists from across the musical spectrum.
Odette, The Delta Riggs, Yours Truly, Citizen Kay, Claude Hay and a slew of local emerging talent will tread the boards between 2pm and 9pm on the day (gates open at 1pm).
There’ll be The Bundyi Mawang Tent which is hosted by local First Nations people with education about and sharing of First Nations culture.
There’s room for a picnic and there’ll be excellent food stalls courtesy of Aussie Night Markets. The event will be a safe friendly space to let off some steam and dig some brilliant tunes.
There will be some parking at the site, but why not catch the free shuttle bus service from Main Street Lithgow instead?
Click here for more information and Facebook page
Lithgow Blast Furnace
Saturday 16 November 1pm-9pm

LithGlow 2019

New Portland Skatepark opening

Portland Skatepark

Come Skate the New Portland Skatepark with Totem!

About the Event
Totem are super stoked to announce one full day of Skate, Scoot, and BMX, opening two brand new skateparks across two locations!

For this event, we are heading to Portland Skatepark. The day comprises of demo’s from guest Skate, Scooter and BMX riders*, beginner and intermediate skateboarding workshops, as well as 1-hour jam style comps.

The skate workshops include all equipment and focuses on developing and improving skate skills as well as building confidence. With a focus on the following:
– The correct standing techniques
– The correct stopping techniques

Click here to go to website and register

Location 1 Schedule
9:00 am – 9:30 am: Skate, scoot, BMX demo
9:30 am – 10:15 am: Beginner workshop
10:15 am – 11:00am: Jams style comp
11:00am – 11:15am: MP opens skatepark

FAQs:
Q. How do I know which workshop to register for?
A. Our beginner workshops are designed for those that want to learn or get more comfortable with standing on a skateboarding, pushing or riding around and turning their board. Our intermediate workshop is more focused towards those that are comfortable skating on their skateboard, want to learn some basic level tricks or practice going down ramps at the skatepark. We ask you to only register for the workshop that is suitable for your ability. That way the workshops are run to cater to everyone and nobody gets left behind.

Q. Is there a minimum or maximum age requirement to enter the event?
A. Yes, the participant must be 5 years and there’s no maximum age.

Q. What do I need to bring into the event?
A. We supply all necessary equipment for our events (skateboard, helmet, and pads). Feel free to bring along your own board or helmet so the coaches can do a quick safety check!

Q. What do I do if I have registered for an event and can’t make it anymore?
A. If you have registered for an event and can’t make it anymore, we ask you to cancel your ticket. We often sell out and people are then put onto waitlists. If you cancel your ticket it means someone else can come to the event. If you are having difficulty canceling your ticket please contact us at bookings@totemskateboarding.com

Q. How about if it looks like rain?
A. If it looks like it’s going to rain, you will be sent an event update email as soon as possible. Sorry, but we can’t skate in the rain!

Q. How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
A. You can email bookings@totemskateboarding.com

– How to control the board
– How to make safe decisions while skateboarding
– Skatepark navigation and etiquette
– Some basic tricks and skateboard skills

After the end of the workshops, we will be running an open ability and all ages jam style comp. The jam style comp is designed to allow participants to showcase their skills and skate together.

*Guest riders to be confirmed.

Portland Skatepark

206 Main Street. Lithgow

0408 514 440

 

 

New Wallerawang Skatepark opening

Wallerawang Skatepark

Come Skate the New Wallerawang Skatepark with Totem!

About the Event
Totem are super stoked to announce one full day of Skate, Scoot, and BMX, opening two brand new skateparks across two locations!

For this event, we are heading to Wallerawang Skatepark. The day comprises of demo’s from guest Skate, Scooter and BMX riders*, beginner and intermediate skateboarding workshops, as well as 1-hour jam style comps.

The skate workshops include all equipment and focuses on developing and improving skate skills as well as building confidence. With a focus on the following:
– The correct standing techniques
– The correct stopping techniques
– How to control the board
– How to make safe decisions while skateboarding
– Skatepark navigation and etiquette
– Some basic tricks and skateboard skills

After the end of the workshops, we will be running an open ability and all ages jam style comp. The jam style comp is designed to allow participants to showcase their skills and skate together.

*Guest riders to be confirmed.

Location 1 Schedule
12:30 pm – 1:00 pm: MP Opens Skatepark
1:00 pm – 1:30 pm: Skate, Scoot, BMX demo
1:30 pm – 2:15 pm: Break
2:15 pm – 3:00 pm: Intermediate Workshop
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm: Jams Style Comp

FAQs:
Q. How do I know which workshop to register for?
A. Our beginner workshops are designed for those that want to learn or get more comfortable with standing on a skateboarding, pushing or riding around and turning their board. Our intermediate workshop is more focused towards those that are comfortable skating on their skateboard, want to learn some basic level tricks or practice going down ramps at the skatepark. We ask you to only register for the workshop that is suitable for your ability. That way the workshops are run to cater to everyone and nobody gets left behind.

Q. Is there a minimum or maximum age requirement to enter the event?
A. Yes, the participant must be 5 years and there’s no maximum age.

Q. What do I need to bring into the event?
A. We supply all necessary equipment for our events (skateboard, helmet, and pads). Feel free to bring along your own board or helmet so the coaches can do a quick safety check!

Q. What do I do if I have registered for an event and can’t make it anymore?
A. If you have registered for an event and can’t make it anymore, we ask you to cancel your ticket. We often sell out and people are then put onto waitlists. If you cancel your ticket it means someone else can come to the event. If you are having difficulty canceling your ticket please contact us at bookings@totemskateboarding.com

Q. How about if it looks like rain?
A. If it looks like it’s going to rain, you will be sent an event update email as soon as possible. Sorry, but we can’t skate in the rain!

Q. How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
A. You can email bookings@totemskateboarding.com

This event is funded by the Lithgow Council
Bookings are essential. Click the button below to register!

Wallerawang Skatepark

Fleetwood Mac Experience

Lithgow Workies

Fleetwood Mac Experience
Running in the Shadows are heading back to Lithgow Workies on November the 16th.
This six-piece rock band explore Fleetwood Mac’s extensive back catalogue, covering all the classic ballads, blues and rock songs from their five decade plus career.
When: 16th November 2019, 8.30pm to 11pm
Where: Lithgow Workies Club, Tank Street, Lithgow
Contact: Club Reception on (02) 6350 7777
Cost: $25 a ticket. Purchase online www.outix.co/tickets/event/fleetwood_mac?fbclid=IwAR2RSq5IkIjpYmzhQBzysosa_Pw7OX9YfQYCAJHsIMNb-RJ7PFciUj8L49g

Lithgow workies

PUBlic Choir

The Gaudry Hotel Lithgow

After the massive success of the first PUBlic Choir at The Gaudry, we’re here to do it again!
Lock this date in your calendar and organise your crew!

PUBlic Choir is a great, FREE activity which allows people to get together and sing a classic hit with a drink in hand!
Run by Mitchell Conservatorium and held inside The Gaudry, this is choir practice like you’ve never seen!

Singing is a great community activity for all and there is nothing like getting together, making new friends and joining in on making some beautiful noise!

PUBlic Choir kicks off at 7pm, as we start to go over a song you know and love. We will learn parts, harmonies and just get into the groove of the song. After a few runs through, we stop for a short break for everyone to get refreshed, and then… WE SING!

No sign up fee, no solo singers – just a community getting together to sing a great song in a relaxed and friendly environment.

Join us on November 21st as we bring choir practice to the pub!
See you there!
When: Thursday 21 November, 7.00pm
Where: Gaudry Hotel, Main Street Lithgow

The Gaudry Lithgow

Lithgow Community Festival

Lithgow Community Festival

Lithgow Community Festival is about celebrating all of the existing community groups in Lithgow and giving everyone the opportunity to try new hobbies and find new social connections. The event runs from 11:00am to 2:00pm at Queen Elizabeth Park in Lithgow and includes a fundraising raffle, free sausage-sizzle, and free activities for all!
When: Saturday 30 November 11.00am-2.00pm
Where: Queen Elizabeth Park

Queen Elizabeth Park