Date(s) - 02/11/2019
Old Hartley School
A night of fun and laughter for the whole family at the Old Hartley School on 2nd November from 5:00pm will be a chance for drought effected local farmers and residents of the region to get together.
The Hartley picnic under the stars is one of a series of drought relief social and community events organised collaboratively by Lithgow City Council, Rural Adversity Mental health Program (RAMHP) and funded by the Commonwealth Government’s Drought Communities Program.
There will be something for the whole family; activities for the children including circus entertainment and workshop, live music, a series of speakers and information on farming, health, coping with the drought and taking care of ourselves.
Headlining the night will be the 10 comedians from Sydney who performed last year to a sell-out crowd at Club Lithgow – this year we are presenting them free to our community as a way of trying to lift the spirits of our most drought affected regions within the LGA.
The evening includes a fully catered dinner, free activities for the family, and a night of comedy. There will be lucky door prizes and treats for the whole family. Guests are requested to bring a camp chair so we can sit out and enjoy the historic venue of the old Hartley School.
A project funded through the Commonwealth Government Drought Communities Program.