August 5: Royal Hotel Dungog. Time: 5.30pm-6.30pm-ish. Cost: Free but there may be a hat.
A live and loungy performance presented by the Performing Artists of Dungog. The August 5 performer is Jim Jarvis.
August 5: Royal Hotel Dungog. Time: 7pm. Cost: $15 on the door.
Hailing from Newcastle, Whistle Dixie have been wowing audiences all over the country for the past five years. With their rich harmonies, clever songwriting and unique take on country music, they are a must see act that will not disappoint.
August 6: CWA Hall, 199 Dowling Street, Dungog. Time: 8.30am-12pm.
Find fresh produce grown by local farmers, market gardeners and backyard growers. Held every Saturday morning in the courtyard of the CWA Hall.
August 6: Dungog Common. Time: 9am-5.30pm. Cost: $20-$50
Hosted by Ride Dungog, Funduro is a fun, social and inclusive race where all mountain bikers can take part. Register: ridedungog.org/funduro.
August 6 and 7: James Theatre, Dungog. Times: Vary. Cost: Between $10 and $42.
August 7: Dungog Common. Time: 8am-1pm. Cost: $9-$74.
Hosted by Run Dungog, the Dungog Trail Running Festival has a distance for everyone - 20k, 10k, 5k and The Mountaineer (600m hill sprint). Kids under 12 run free but registrations required: rundungog.com.
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