THE National Camellia Show held in conjunction by the Hume Camellia Society and the Uniting Church Fellowship 's Young Camellia Spectacular at Young in August.
Seventy to 80 delegates from around Australia are heading for the town for the event, on August 23 and 24.
KOORAWATHA is the latest village to announce the establishment of regular markets in the Hilltops region.
The Koorawatha Progress Association plans to hold markets on the fifth Saturday of the month - in June, August and November. Organisers are currently taking expressions of interest from stallholders - contact Kelly Hartley on 0421 035 490 or email Koorawathamarkets@gmail.com.
THE Wombat Hotel Social Group and Wombat Progress Association are again presenting the Wombat Swap Meet at Wagembah Oval over the June long weekend, June 8 and 9. The program includes a Show'N'Shine at 10am on the Saturday. Stall holders are invited to book on 6384 3206.
HARDEN Murrumburrah residents with local knowledge are wanted to help man the new visitor centre to be launched soon in the twin towns.
The centre will be chiefly staffed by volunteers and open seven days from 10am to 4pm. The organising committee is seeking people who would like to volunteer. Volunteers will work in twos and can nominate involvement levels. Training will be available. If you'd like to help contact Cathy Sanderson (0429 129 055) or Jan Ryan (0408 268 307).
THE Transport NSW Trainlink trial lunchtime Young to Cootamundra coach service has been discontinued due to low patronage. The last service was on Sunday, May 12.
The separate, original service will remain.
- Handmade in Harden Murrumburrah Community Markets, at Murrumburrah Courthouse, 9am to 2pm Sunday.