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Archive - October 2018

Bee Gees Show - Majestic `70s Revival
31 Oct 2018
Bee Gees Show - Majestic `70s Revival
Mark Foy’s "Palace in the wilderness" will be taken over by retro grooves when The Australian Bee Gees Show – A Tribute to the Bee Gees performs the greatest hits of the adored `70s sibling trio at the Hydro Majestic Hotel on Saturday, November 3. 
Mulgoa Road/Castlereagh Road Upgrade Striding Ahead
31 Oct 2018
Mulgoa Road/Castlereagh Road Upgrade Striding Ahead
Construction on the Mulgoa Road / Castlereagh Road upgrade, between Union Road and Museum Drive in Penrith, is set to kick off in late 2018, with the major work contract awarded to McConnell Dowell Constructors (Aust) Pty Ltd this week. 
Garden Flat Expo to Profile Affordable Housing Option to Meet Diverse Needs
31 Oct 2018
Garden Flat Expo to Profile Affordable Housing Option to Meet Diverse Needs
Blue Mountains City Council is partnering with Wentworth Community Housing and other supporters of the ‘Heading Home – Ending Homelessness Here’ project to present a Garden Flat Expo in Springwood on 10 November. 
Blue Mountains an Active Cities Power Partner
30 Oct 2018
Blue Mountains an Active Cities Power Partner
Blue Mountains City Council joined other local government leaders to develop regional climate solutions at the first ever national summit run by the Cities Power Partnership. 
Queen of Hearts Foundation to Close
30 Oct 2018
Queen of Hearts Foundation to Close
Penrith-based child sexual abuse and domestic violence support service Queen of Hearts Foundation will close. 
Academy Singers - Peace and Remembrance
30 Oct 2018
Academy Singers - Peace and Remembrance
Directed by Paul Terracini, this is a special concert in recognition of Armistice Day with a selection of inspiring choral music. 
Local Artists Called to Display Artworks at Lithgow Library
29 Oct 2018
Local Artists Called to Display Artworks at Lithgow Library
Local artists are invited to submit an application to display their work for a one month period during 2019 at the Lithgow Library Learning Centre. 
Movember
29 Oct 2018
Movember
With the state of men’s health in crisis, Movember focuses on men’s health in a bid to reduce the number of men dying needlessly each year. 
$3,500 in Eco Schools Grants for Blue Mountains
29 Oct 2018
$3,500 in Eco Schools Grants for Blue Mountains
86 schools across NSW will share in more than $300,000 funding to implement local and practical environmental education initiatives through the 2018 round of the Echo Schools Grant Program. 
2018 Mayor's Christmas Appeal
28 Oct 2018
2018 Mayor's Christmas Appeal
Lithgow City Council is calling on the generous spirit of the Lithgow community to donate gifts to the 2018 Mayor’s Christmas Appeal for residents living in aged care homes across the LGA. 
Q Indie 2019
28 Oct 2018
Q Indie 2019
New Artist Opportunities To Develop Work Via Residency At The Joan 
After a Spell Off the Road, Owen Campbell is Back!
27 Oct 2018
After a Spell Off the Road, Owen Campbell is Back!
Owen Campbell & Band Tour + Special Guest Tally Ho & The 10-to-go’s (Oliver Morley-Sattler) (Blue Mountains) in Concert at The Metropole Guesthouse Upstairs for ‘Metro Social’on Saturday 17th November 2018. 
Councillor Ring Meets With the Small Business Commissioner at the LGNSW Conference
27 Oct 2018
Councillor Ring Meets With the Small Business Commissioner at the LGNSW Conference
At the LGNSW Conference this week, Councillor Ring met with the Small Business Commissioner, Robyn Hobbs OAM. 
Blue Mountains Historical Society - Meeting and Public Talk "The Battle of Hamel"
27 Oct 2018
Blue Mountains Historical Society - Meeting and Public Talk "The Battle of Hamel"
With Armistice Day fast approaching, a talk on The Battle of Hamel will be presented by retired Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel Peter Sweeney. 
Round 2 of Local Sporting Champions Grants Closing Soon
26 Oct 2018
Round 2 of Local Sporting Champions Grants Closing Soon
The final round of Federal Government sports funding for the year is about to close, so students who are about to represent their sport at a State, national or international level are urged to apply. 
Entertainment For Lithgow Halloween 18
26 Oct 2018
Entertainment For Lithgow Halloween 18
Lithgow Halloween 18 set to entertain the whole family and bursts into life this Saturday with spectacular entertainment, creative costumes and Australia’s biggest trick or treat. 
Senator Payne Receives Community Feedback on Mobile Black Spots in the Blue Mountains
26 Oct 2018
Senator Payne Receives Community Feedback on Mobile Black Spots in the Blue Mountains
Liberal Senator for Western Sydney, Senator the Hon Marise Payne, was pleased to receive community feedback regarding mobile black spots as part of Round 4 of the Liberal-National Government’s Mobile Black Spot Program. 
Second Last Show of Morning Melodies Series - Oliva Newton John & Peter Allen Tribute - Nov 28
25 Oct 2018
Second Last Show of Morning Melodies Series - Oliva Newton John & Peter Allen Tribute - Nov 28
Side By Side: Olivia and Allen
Starring Donna Boyd and Simon Gillespie, the Greg Hooper trio and Dancers
 
Lithgow Councillor Hits The Springboard
25 Oct 2018
Lithgow Councillor Hits The Springboard
Lithgow City Council is following the success of some Sydney-based councils and helping our female Councillors build strong strategic support networks with councils across NSW. 
Nepean Hospital to Receive $1.5m for Mental Health Infrastructure Upgrades
25 Oct 2018
Nepean Hospital to Receive $1.5m for Mental Health Infrastructure Upgrades
People receiving care at Nepean Hospital mental health inpatient unit will soon see physical improvements, as statewide upgrades and refurbishments get underway. 
Classic 80s Movie Now a Penrith Musical
24 Oct 2018
Classic 80s Movie Now a Penrith Musical
Originally opening on Broadway in 1996, Big The Musical received five Tony Award nominations. Since this time, the show has been revised and refined over the years and is well received by audiences young and old. Penrith Musical Comedy Company is excited to bring this magical musical to life for Australian audiences to enjoy. 
End of Year Report Card Highlights Blue Mountains Cultural Centre's Success
24 Oct 2018
End of Year Report Card Highlights Blue Mountains Cultural Centre's Success
The Blue Mountains Cultural Centre has become a significant arts and cultural entity within the Western Sydney region and is recognised nationally, an end of year report card has revealed. 
City Deal Delivers $5 Million Kick Start for Western Sydney Businesses
24 Oct 2018
City Deal Delivers $5 Million Kick Start for Western Sydney Businesses
Minister for Western Sydney Stuart Ayres announced a new $5 million Western Sydney Investment Attraction Fund to supercharge fast-growing small to medium sized enterprises (SMES) in Western Sydney. 
Jon Stevens Releases Charity Single for Drought-Stricken Farmers
23 Oct 2018
Jon Stevens Releases Charity Single for Drought-Stricken Farmers
RAIN DOWN ON ME – AT RADIO FRIDAY 26TH OCTOBER 2018

Coinciding with the Hay Mate: Buy A Bale – A Concert For The Farmers concert, Jon Stevens is releasing a charity single, Rain Down On Me, with all proceeds going to help the drought-stricken farmers. 
New Nepean River Bridge to be Named Yandhai Nepean Crossing
23 Oct 2018
New Nepean River Bridge to be Named Yandhai Nepean Crossing
As final preparations for the opening of the new pedestrian and cyclist bridge across the Nepean River at Penrith are completed, the name of the new Western Sydney landmark can now be revealed. 
Children's Week Family Fun Day
23 Oct 2018
Children's Week Family Fun Day
To celebrate Children’s Week this year, Blue Mountains City Council has partnered with two community organisations to provide a Family Fun Day. 
Springwood Invictus Games Athlete Wins Gold
22 Oct 2018
Springwood Invictus Games Athlete Wins Gold
Federal Member for Macquarie, Susan Templeman, has congratulated Springwood Invictus Games athlete, Craig McGrath, on winning Australia’s first gold medal in the Games, as part of the Australian sailing team. 
Support for Fast-tracking of Tax Relief for Small and Medium Bussinesses in Macquarie
22 Oct 2018
Support for Fast-tracking of Tax Relief for Small and Medium Bussinesses in Macquarie
The Liberal-National Government will deliver additional tax relief to over 16,000 small and medium businesses in Macquarie, five years earlier than planned. 
Plaques & Signage - Marjorie Jackson Statue
22 Oct 2018
Plaques & Signage - Marjorie Jackson Statue
“Council has heard the observations by the community regarding the reinstallation of the plaques and signage on to the Marjorie Jackson statue in Cook Street Plaza”, Councillor Ray Thompson, Mayor of Lithgow said. “Council understands the importance of this icon to the local community and how important it is for Lithgow’s pride and heritage to be clearly illustrated through such signage.” 
Responsibilities of Dog Owners
22 Oct 2018
Responsibilities of Dog Owners
Owning a dog is both a great pleasure and great responsibility. Lithgow Council is keen to educate pet owners on their responsibilities particularly when they visit public places. 
John Barnes Exhibition at Lithgow Library
22 Oct 2018
John Barnes Exhibition at Lithgow Library
John Barnes, an iconic local artist, will be exhibiting at Lithgow Library for the month of November – his books and art are well known for their local imagery and historic significance. 
Scouts NSW/ACT Youth Development Award
21 Oct 2018
Scouts NSW/ACT Youth Development Award
The Scouts NSW/ACT Youth Development Award recognises young people who assist in the development of others. They provide inspiration, role modelling, teaching, mentoring and confidence. Nominations close in 2 weeks and we don’t want you to miss out! 
Waradah's New Live Theatre Performances
21 Oct 2018
Waradah's New Live Theatre Performances
Waradah are excited to inform that Waradah Aboriginal Centre has changed its name to Waradah Australian Centre and with that comes a brand new live show and movie! 
Help Make 20 Year World Cup Dream a Reality for Blue Mountains Pararoo
21 Oct 2018
Help Make 20 Year World Cup Dream a Reality for Blue Mountains Pararoo
A Blue Mountains teacher is on track to compete at the 2019 World Cup as part of The Australian Pararoos - 20 years after becoming one of the team’s founding members – but he and the team need your help. 
John Reischman & Eli West + Special Guests Eagle & The Wolf in Concert at The Metropole Guesthouse
21 Oct 2018
John Reischman & Eli West + Special Guests Eagle & The Wolf in Concert at The Metropole Guesthouse
John Reischman & Eli West (North America) + Special Guests Eagle & The Wolf (Blue Mountains) will be performing live in Concert at the Metropole. 
Have Your Say on the Future Land Use and Character of the Blue Mountains
20 Oct 2018
Have Your Say on the Future Land Use and Character of the Blue Mountains
Council is developing a 20-year planning vision for land use in the Blue Mountains and is encouraging the community to get involved. 
Blue Mountains Veteran Competing this Sunday in Invictus Games
20 Oct 2018
Blue Mountains Veteran Competing this Sunday in Invictus Games
Seven years after being seriously wounded in a bomb blast in Afghanistan, Blue Mountains Army veteran, Craig McGrath will compete in the 2019 Invictus Games Sailing event on Sydney Harbour, this Sunday 21 October. 
NSW Deputy Premier’s Regional Achiever Award
20 Oct 2018
NSW Deputy Premier’s Regional Achiever Award
Nominations close in 2 weeks and we don’t want you to miss out! 
Council and Police Call for Increased Public Safety Awareness on Newnes Plateau
20 Oct 2018
Council and Police Call for Increased Public Safety Awareness on Newnes Plateau
With Spring weather arriving, and Summer just around the corner, Lithgow City Council and Lithgow Police are advising the public to exercise caution and obey the law in Newnes Forest. 
Applications Open for 2019 Restoration and Rehabilitation Grants Program for Environmental Sustainability
19 Oct 2018
Applications Open for 2019 Restoration and Rehabilitation Grants Program for Environmental Sustainability
Government Member of the NSW Legislative Council and Blue Mountains resident Shayne Mallard MP announced on Tuesday that applications for grants under the NSW Environment Trust’s Restoration and Rehabilitation Program are open for community and government organisations to create more sustainable management of environmental assets and services. 
Applications Open for Building Better Regions Fund
19 Oct 2018
Applications Open for Building Better Regions Fund
Upper Blue Mountains organisations may be eligible for Federal Government funding, with up to up to $45 million earmarked to support tourism-related infrastructure projects. 
Lights, Camera, Action! Tropfest Opens 2019 Submissions
18 Oct 2018
Lights, Camera, Action! Tropfest Opens 2019 Submissions
The world’s largest short film festival, Tropfest Australia, supported by foundation partner CGU Insurance is encouraging submissions from amateurs and pros alike. Filmmakers with a burning passion for storytelling are invited to enter their films, with submissions opening 17 October 2018. 
Hit Aussie Film The Merger Screening at Mount Vic Flicks Cinema for One Week Only
18 Oct 2018
Hit Aussie Film The Merger Screening at Mount Vic Flicks Cinema for One Week Only
A story with a big heart, plenty of laughs and lashings of sweet and sour chicken kiev, The Merger hits cinemas in the Blue Mountains this week, Thursday 18th – Wednesday 24th October. 
Rededication of Padley’s Memorial at Hassans Walls Lookout
18 Oct 2018
Rededication of Padley’s Memorial at Hassans Walls Lookout
The community is invited to the rededication of the recently restored memorial to distinguished Lithgow resident James Padley at Hassans Walls Lookout on Saturday 20 October at 10:00am to commemorate the centenary of his death on 20 October 1918. 
Round Table to Give Banking and Superannuation Victims a Voice
17 Oct 2018
Round Table to Give Banking and Superannuation Victims a Voice
A retired RAAF Wing Commander and pilot says there are many residents silently suffering financial hardship as a result of their Commonwealth superannuation, yet the Federal Government refuses to allow the issue to be heard by the Banking Royal Commission. 
Horse Safety Workshop Visits Katoomba
17 Oct 2018
Horse Safety Workshop Visits Katoomba
Katoomba residents are encouraged to attend a workshop aimed at reducing horse-related injuries and fatalities among novice and beginner riders. 
Tech Savvy Seniors is on Again!
17 Oct 2018
Tech Savvy Seniors is on Again!
Free Telstra Tech Savvy Seniors classes at the Library

Lithgow, Portland and Wallerawang Libraries will be once again holding basic technology classes for seniors starting from the 17 October 2018, on Wednesday and Thursday mornings between 10.00am and 12.00pm.
 
Story of Woodford Reserve to be Told With Heritage Grant
16 Oct 2018
Story of Woodford Reserve to be Told With Heritage Grant
The little known public reserve behind the historic Woodford Academy has an interesting history that will soon be shared with the community after Blue Mountains City Council was successfully awarded a $75,000 heritage grant from the NSW Office of Environment Heritage Near Me Activation Grant program. 
Blue Mountains 2019 Local Australia Day Awards
16 Oct 2018
Blue Mountains 2019 Local Australia Day Awards
Do you know a local citizen who is inspirational? 
The European Outdoor Film Tour Has Arrived!
15 Oct 2018
The European Outdoor Film Tour Has Arrived!
Adventure is waiting.

Starting this October, E.O.F.T. is screening around the world with the most inspiring and thrilling adventure films of the year. 
Blue Mountains History Brought to Life with Latest Round of NSW Government Funding
15 Oct 2018
Blue Mountains History Brought to Life with Latest Round of NSW Government Funding
The Blue Mountains is set to embark on two new historical research projects thanks to funding from the NSW Government, announced by Member of the Legislative Council Shayne Mallard and Minister for the Arts Don Harwin. 
Time For a Community Conversation About Water
14 Oct 2018
Time For a Community Conversation About Water
With drought across NSW, an early start to the bushfire season and increasing pressures on our waterways and water supplies, it’s a good time to talk about water. So it’s timely that Council is inviting community input on a new draft water plan, via workshops on October 30 and 31 in Lawson, Katoomba and Springwood. 
How Did The Lucas Cave Get Its Name?
14 Oct 2018
How Did The Lucas Cave Get Its Name?
The mighty Lucas Cave is usually the first of Jenolan's many caves that visitors come to see. Generations of school children remember the Lucas Cave from their school excursion to Jenolan. It is definitely the best known of all Jenolan's caves, humbling visitors by its magnitude. 
Calling for Candidates for the 2019 BMCC Trainee Program
13 Oct 2018
Calling for Candidates for the 2019 BMCC Trainee Program
Blue Mountains City Council is offering seven jobs, as part of the organisation’s annual trainee program. 
Tall Stories’ Magical Musical Adaptation of the Gruffalo’s Child
13 Oct 2018
Tall Stories’ Magical Musical Adaptation of the Gruffalo’s Child
CDP presents Tall Stories’ magical musical adaptation of The Gruffalo’s Child

The Gruffalo said that no Gruffalo should
Ever set foot in the deep dark wood... 
Blue Mountains Music Festival Second Artist Announcement!
12 Oct 2018
Blue Mountains Music Festival Second Artist Announcement!
Second Artist Announcement: Neko Case (USA), Mick Thomas & The Roving Commission, William Crighton, Stiff Gins, Thando, STAV, Jo Davie, The Maes, Chloe & Jason Roweth. 
Contribution to Wallerawang & Portland Skate Parks
12 Oct 2018
Contribution to Wallerawang & Portland Skate Parks
The Mayor, Clr Ray Thompson, and Councillors attended Wallerawang on Tuesday to thank Local Member, Paul Toole, for the NSW Government’s contribution of $400,000 towards the Wallerawang and Portland Skate Parks. 
Active Kids Team Hit Penrith
11 Oct 2018
Active Kids Team Hit Penrith
Stuart Ayres MP, Minister for Sport reminds parents of school children across the Blue Mountains to take advantage of the $100 ‘Active Kids’ rebate for sporting and fitness related costs. 
Save the Date for the New Nepean River Bridge Opening
11 Oct 2018
Save the Date for the New Nepean River Bridge Opening
Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Penrith today announced that the new Nepean River Bridge will hold its grand opening on Sunday, 28 October 2018. 
Date Night at The Gallery
10 Oct 2018
Date Night at The Gallery
Art, Music, Fun 16+ 
Local Blue Mountains Visual Artist Backed Through NSW Support
10 Oct 2018
Local Blue Mountains Visual Artist Backed Through NSW Support
Blue Mountains visual artist Catherine O’Donnell will undertake a new project in 2018 thanks to funding announced by Member of the Legislative Council and Blue Mountains resident Shayne Mallard MP and Minister for the Arts Don Harwin. 
Regent Honeyeater Recorded as Part of Blue Mountains Fauna Project
9 Oct 2018
Regent Honeyeater Recorded as Part of Blue Mountains Fauna Project
A Critically Endangered Regent Honeyeater has been spotted and photographed by Springwood local, 13 year old McKinley Moens. 
WSROC Welcomes New and Re-elected Mayors
9 Oct 2018
WSROC Welcomes New and Re-elected Mayors
The Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) has welcomed newly elected Mayors following a string of elections this month. 
Nominations Are Now Open for the NSW Local Citizenship Awards
8 Oct 2018
Nominations Are Now Open for the NSW Local Citizenship Awards
Council seeks nominations to recognize the achievements of local individuals and their contribution to the Lithgow LGA community. Awardees will be announced and celebrated at the Australia Day Ceremony on 26 January 2018. 
Don McGlashan in Concert at The Metropole Guesthouse Upstairs for ‘Metro Social’
8 Oct 2018
Don McGlashan in Concert at The Metropole Guesthouse Upstairs for ‘Metro Social’
One of Aotearoa’s most beloved songwriters, Don McGlashan, has announced a return to Australia for 4 intimate shows in October. 
West Awaits Funding Boost After $9.26bn Sale
7 Oct 2018
West Awaits Funding Boost After $9.26bn Sale
The Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) has called on the NSW Government to boost public transport in Sydney’s West following the 51 per cent sale of Sydney Motorway Corporation. 
New Moves on the Way for Blue Mountains Dancer Thanks to NSW Funding
7 Oct 2018
New Moves on the Way for Blue Mountains Dancer Thanks to NSW Funding
Blue Mountains dancer Jo Clancy will further her career with a professional development opportunity made possible through funding announced by Member of the Legislative Council and Blue Mountains resident Shayne Mallard MP and Minister for the Arts Don Harwin. 
Blue Mountains Portraits 2019 - Calling For Artwork Submissions
7 Oct 2018
Blue Mountains Portraits 2019 - Calling For Artwork Submissions
Blue Mountains City Art Gallery is bringing back the popular Blue Mountains Portraits exhibition in 2019, celebrating the many faces of the Blue Mountains community. The exhibition will be on display from 26 January – 10 March 2019. 
Council to Consider “Values” and Strategic Approach
6 Oct 2018
Council to Consider “Values” and Strategic Approach
Lithgow Council’s Economic Development Committee has initiated discussions on the “values” that should guide Council’s decision making as Council considers the strategic positioning of the Lithgow LGA over the next 12 months. 
Discounts, Deals and Specials Reward Locals
6 Oct 2018
Discounts, Deals and Specials Reward Locals
Free rides, discounts, two-for-one deals, birthday bubbly – just some of the perks handed out to residents by some of the region’s most popular tourist businesses just for being a Greater Blue Mountains local. 
Invictus Games Experience for Hazelbrook Public School Students
6 Oct 2018
Invictus Games Experience for Hazelbrook Public School Students
Students from the Blue Mountains region will attend the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 this month, enjoying the benefits of workshops on adaptive sports and inspirational insights from competitors. 
Grants Funding Open to Local Groups
5 Oct 2018
Grants Funding Open to Local Groups
Community organisations looking to build new or upgrade current facilities are encouraged to apply for funding from the NSW Government’s Infrastructure Grants program. 
NSW Female Councillors to Stamp Out Bullies
5 Oct 2018
NSW Female Councillors to Stamp Out Bullies
Lithgow had a voice at the table of the NSW Australia Local Government Women's Association (ALGWA) meeting in Sydney last Saturday 29 September 2018. 
Centenary of Armistice 1918-2018 NSW Remembers
4 Oct 2018
Centenary of Armistice 1918-2018 NSW Remembers
Lithgow City Council Mayor, Councillor Ray Thompson, is responding to a request from the Minister for Veterans Affairs, The Honourable David Elliott, MP, for local communities across Australia to commemorate the Centenary of Armistice that marks the end of The Great War. 
Local Heroes SEO Workshop
4 Oct 2018
Local Heroes SEO Workshop
A 3 hour, hands-on Local SEO workshop for Blue Mountains small businesses. 
Senator Payne Announces New Funding to Support Local Students in the Blue Mountains
3 Oct 2018
Senator Payne Announces New Funding to Support Local Students in the Blue Mountains
Liberal Senator for Western Sydney, Senator the Hon Marise Payne, has encouraged students, researchers and professionals in the Blue Mountains to apply for new grant funding as part of the Liberal-National Government’s $118.9 million Endeavour Leadership Program. 
Senator Payne Encourages Students in the Blue Mountains to Apply for STEM Grants
2 Oct 2018
Senator Payne Encourages Students in the Blue Mountains to Apply for STEM Grants
From creating robots to attending space camps and events such as the International Science and Engineering Fair, students in the Blue Mountains now have the chance to live their dreams. 
Community Invited to Have Their Say on Future Directions for Lake Wallace Recreation Area
1 Oct 2018
Community Invited to Have Their Say on Future Directions for Lake Wallace Recreation Area
Lithgow Council is inviting the community’s input to help shape a plan of management for the Lake Wallace Recreation Area to ensure the facility is appropriately managed and developed in the future. 
$56 Million Retirement Community to Open in Penrith
1 Oct 2018
$56 Million Retirement Community to Open in Penrith
A new $56 million state-of-the-art, retirement community is on schedule to open in Penrith early in 2019. 
Save the Date: Blue Mountains Arts Trail, November 2018
1 Oct 2018
Save the Date: Blue Mountains Arts Trail, November 2018
The Upper Mountains Art Trail starts from Hazelbrook through to Mount Victoria on Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th November 2018.

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