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Free Comic Book Day 2018 at Katoomba Library
1 May 2018
Free Comic Book Day 2018 at Katoomba Library
Comic lovers of the Blue Mountains it is time again for Free Comic Book Day at Katoomba Library! 
Council Supports 2018 National Road Safety Week
30 Apr 2018
Council Supports 2018 National Road Safety Week
Blue Mountains City Council is proud to continue to support National Road Safety Week and is asking the community to share responsibility on the road, slow down and Drive So Others Survive (#DriveSOS). 
Senator Kristina Keneally Visits Lithgow to Discuss Issues with Council
30 Apr 2018
Senator Kristina Keneally Visits Lithgow to Discuss Issues with Council
Senator the Hon Kristina Keneally met with the Mayor Stephen Lesslie, Deputy Mayor Wayne McAndrew and Cr Cassandra Coleman over breakfast whilst visiting Lithgow on Sunday the 22 April 2018. 
My Culture My Story – Brass, Beer, Methodism and Mining: the British Migrants who Shaped Lithgow
30 Apr 2018
My Culture My Story – Brass, Beer, Methodism and Mining: the British Migrants who Shaped Lithgow
Lithgow Library will be celebrating Australian Heritage Festival 2018, a National Trust initiative with photographs, music and speakers during May. 
Final Chance to Book Tickets to ‘The Vicar of Dibley’
29 Apr 2018
Final Chance to Book Tickets to ‘The Vicar of Dibley’
This month, local patrons of the Wentworth Falls Country Club may have noticed that the bistro area of “the friendliest club in the mountains” has been transformed into the “quirkiest village in Britain”. 
The Orchid & the Crow -  A Comedy About an Atheist Surviving Cancer
29 Apr 2018
The Orchid & the Crow - A Comedy About an Atheist Surviving Cancer
A comedy about an atheist surviving cancer by finding God in Lance Armstrong – with songs! 
Green Slip Refunds Available Now
29 Apr 2018
Green Slip Refunds Available Now
A large number of motor vehicle owners across NSW have claimed their CTP Green Slip refund, however many people are still to claim the money owed to them. 
Blue Green Algae Alert at Lake Wallace
28 Apr 2018
Blue Green Algae Alert at Lake Wallace
Lake Wallace and Lake Lyell are currently experiencing blue green algae. Recent sampling indicates Lake Wallace remains at Red alert while Lake Lyell has dropped to Amber alert as notified by the NSW Office of Water. 
Have Your Say on the Future of the Lithgow LGA
28 Apr 2018
Have Your Say on the Future of the Lithgow LGA
Lithgow City Council has endorsed its Draft 2018/19 Operational Plan and Schedule of Fees & Charges. We invite all residents of the Lithgow LGA to get involved and have their say on the future direction of the area. 
Consumers Win with Gift Card Reforms
28 Apr 2018
Consumers Win with Gift Card Reforms
Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Western Sydney was joined by Matt Kean, Minister for Innovation & Better Regulation to announce that NSW consumers are now able to enjoy extended expiry dates on gift cards thanks to nation-leading reforms introduced by the NSW Government. 
Celebrating Families in the Blue Mountains
28 Apr 2018
Celebrating Families in the Blue Mountains
To mark Families Week (15-21 May) Blue Mountains City Council is celebrating all the different expressions of “family” we have living in our beautiful City. 
The Most Delicious Book Club at Lithgow Library
27 Apr 2018
The Most Delicious Book Club at Lithgow Library
Life doesn’t get much better than a fabulous book, a good conversation and delicious cheese platter, so come along to the Library’s new monthly Delicious Book Club where you will get all of the above. 
Blume Illustrated Issue 2 Ready to Launch
27 Apr 2018
Blume Illustrated Issue 2 Ready to Launch
Independent New Yorker-style magazine celebrates artists & writers of the Blue Mountains. 
2018 Annual Blue Mountains Business Expo  - Building an Intelligent Enterprise
27 Apr 2018
2018 Annual Blue Mountains Business Expo - Building an Intelligent Enterprise
If you come along to the Blue Mountains Community Theatre & Hub, Springwood on 2 May you’ll catch the very best of business in the Blue Mountains. The 10th Regional Business Expo, presented by the Blue Mountains Regional Business Chamber, will showcase some of the wide variety of business expertise and talent the Blue Mountains has to offer. 
Youth Week Cinema a Hit with Families
26 Apr 2018
Youth Week Cinema a Hit with Families
While the blustery winds may have forced the Youth Week outdoor cinema indoors, the weather could not hinder the excitement of families who came to watch the BFG at the Civic Ballroom on Saturday. 
Blue Mountains Theatre Presents Joseph Tawadros Quintet
26 Apr 2018
Blue Mountains Theatre Presents Joseph Tawadros Quintet
New album launch: The Blackbird, The Mystic & The Fool
“One of the most impressive musicians to emerge in Australia … with a dazzling technique dispensing hair-raising tempos… His writing displays a real depth of emotion …revelling in a zest for life and celebration.” – The Australian 
Swinging 60s Fashion - No Skirt was Too Short or Beehive Too High!
26 Apr 2018
Swinging 60s Fashion - No Skirt was Too Short or Beehive Too High!
The swinging 60s was an era of prosperity and rebellion for the young who developed a new and very different interest in fashion, music and nightclubs. After a decade of cinched waists, full skirts and impeccable hair and makeup, many fashion traditions were broken in an act of rebellion, mirroring the momentous social and political changes of the decade. 
No Need to Hang on at Popular Centennial Glen Climbing Site
25 Apr 2018
No Need to Hang on at Popular Centennial Glen Climbing Site
A popular Blue Mountains rocking-climbing area has a new toilet, thanks to a partnership with Blue Mountains City Council, Blue Mountains Cragcare and the Sydney Rockclimbing Club. 
Blue Mountains Theatre Presents Baby et Lulu
25 Apr 2018
Blue Mountains Theatre Presents Baby et Lulu
"Just plain irresistible" - The Music
"It is impossible not to be charmed by the hypnotic voices of Baby and Lulu" - Arts Hub 
Council Urges Community to Keep Recycling
25 Apr 2018
Council Urges Community to Keep Recycling
Blue Mountains City Council is urging residents to keep recycling in light of recent media coverage of Ipswich Council abandoning its recycling service and changes to Australia’s recycling export market.
 
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