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Council Endorses Projects to Reduce Its Carbon Footprint and Save Money
7 Jul 2019
Council Endorses Projects to Reduce Its Carbon Footprint and Save Money
Council has approved six projects for 2019-2020 as part of its goal to significantly reduce its carbon footprint and save money. 
Mayfield Winter Festival 6 - 21 July
6 Jul 2019
Mayfield Winter Festival 6 - 21 July
Mayfield Garden's Annual Winter Festival starts this Saturday!

Here is what to expect from the Winter Festival where they will be opening the whole of the Hawkins private garden for the first time during Winter. 
Council Endorses Blue Mountains City of the Arts Grants
6 Jul 2019
Council Endorses Blue Mountains City of the Arts Grants
Blue Mountains City Council, as Trustee of the Blue Mountains City of the Arts Trust, has endorsed more than $50,000 in grants to various artists and community groups as part of the 2019-2020 program. 
Plastic Free July Morning Tea
6 Jul 2019
Plastic Free July Morning Tea
Take the pledge and support Lithgow’s Plastic Free July morning tea Wednesday 17th July at the Lithgow Library. 
Chasing Rainbows with Expert Opal Polisher
5 Jul 2019
Chasing Rainbows with Expert Opal Polisher
Experience the thrill of releasing the fire from stone and learn about Australia’s national gemstone at hands-on workshops at The Polished Opal. 
Blue Mountains Mayor’s Urgent Call Regarding Warragamba Dam Proposal
5 Jul 2019
Blue Mountains Mayor’s Urgent Call Regarding Warragamba Dam Proposal
The Blue Mountains Mayor has urgently called on the State and Federal Governments to put a stop to plans to raise the Warragamba Dam wall, following the UNESCO World Heritage Committee’s assertion that the proposal is incompatible with world heritage status. 
New Australian Citizens Celebrate
5 Jul 2019
New Australian Citizens Celebrate
Two Lithgow residents have become Australia’s newest citizens as part of a Naturalisation Ceremony in Lithgow. 
Mayor Condemns Graffiti at Lennox Bridge
4 Jul 2019
Mayor Condemns Graffiti at Lennox Bridge
Blue Mountains Mayor Mark Greenhill has condemned a graffiti attack on the oldest stone bridge on the Australian mainland, Lennox Bridge at Glenbrook. 
Gregg Arthur with Quartet Quartet is Coming to the Blue Mountains
4 Jul 2019
Gregg Arthur with Quartet Quartet is Coming to the Blue Mountains
Talented Australian singer/songwriter Gregg Arthur is coming to the Blue Mountains and he's bringing some of Australia's best musicians with him! 
The Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever 2019
1 Jul 2019
The Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever 2019
You are invited to dust off your red dress and dancing shoes and gather on the misty moors of the Woodford Reserve at 1pm on Saturday 13 July for The Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever 2019, a homage to British pop sensation Kate Bush and her 1978 hit Wuthering Heights. 
Blue Mountains Historical Society Meeting and Public Talk
29 Jun 2019
Blue Mountains Historical Society Meeting and Public Talk
Our speaker this month, Sarah Luke, will track the life of one of the first patients of the Callan Park asylum in Sydney, Frederick Legard, while also exploring the daily workings of the institution, the staff and the early forms of medical treatment. 
Council Welcomes New Members to Mayoral Reference Group and Establishment of NSW Upper House Committee to Examine Warragamba Dam Proposal
28 Jun 2019
Council Welcomes New Members to Mayoral Reference Group and Establishment of NSW Upper House Committee to Examine Warragamba Dam Proposal
Blue Mountains City Council has endorsed three new community representatives for its Quality of Life Mayoral Reference Group. 
Blue Green Algae Alert at Lake Wallace Downgraded to Amber Alert
26 Jun 2019
Blue Green Algae Alert at Lake Wallace Downgraded to Amber Alert
Lake Wallace blue green algae alert has now been downgraded to amber alert. 
Paul McDermott & Gatesy Go Solo at the Baroque Room, Carrington Hotel
26 Jun 2019
Paul McDermott & Gatesy Go Solo at the Baroque Room, Carrington Hotel
Songs of beauty, songs of heartbreak, freshly-minted comedy concoctions, old squabbles and spontaneous nonsense. 
Danger on Old Bathurst Road, Blaxland
25 Jun 2019
Danger on Old Bathurst Road, Blaxland
Blue Mountains Mayor Mark Greenhill will take a Mayoral Minute to the next meeting of Council following continued calls from residents about the dangers posed by large trucks that use Old Bathurst Road, Blaxland. 
Celebrating Community Achievement: Council Proud to Sponsor Awards
23 Jun 2019
Celebrating Community Achievement: Council Proud to Sponsor Awards
Blue Mountains City Council is proud to support community achievement by sponsoring the 2019 NSW / ACT Regional Achievement and Community Awards. 
Keeping Local Roads Safe – SLOW DOWN In My Street
23 Jun 2019
Keeping Local Roads Safe – SLOW DOWN In My Street
Council is asking Blue Mountains residents to support a local road safety campaign, by placing Slow Down in My Street stickers on their garbage bins. 
$1.8 Million Boost for Blue Mountains
22 Jun 2019
$1.8 Million Boost for Blue Mountains
The Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area (GBMWHA) is set to benefit from a $1.8 million boost as part of the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program. 
The Maes (With Monique Clare) + Special Guest Maizy Coombes in Concert at The Metropole Guesthouse
22 Jun 2019
The Maes (With Monique Clare) + Special Guest Maizy Coombes in Concert at The Metropole Guesthouse
Multi-award-winning Melbourne contemporary folk outfit, The Maes (formerly The Mae Trio) is the brainchild of sisters Maggie (banjo, guitar and vocals) and Elsie Rigby (fiddle, mandolin and vocals). Born into the arms of the Folk music community, both sisters were side of stage at their first folk festival when they were four weeks old and have been absorbing and exploring folk music since that time. 
Majestic Mark Foy Memorabilia Returns
21 Jun 2019
Majestic Mark Foy Memorabilia Returns
A majestic piece of Mark Foy memorabilia has been returned to his legendary "Palace in the wilderness" at Medlow Bath, almost a century after it was crafted. 
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