Still looking for something to do this weekend?
Friday August 13:
* Trinity Preschool's art auction will be held from at 7pm at Emus Rugby Club. Bid for great artworks created by the preschool's children. RSVP by Friday, September 6 on 6362 6394.
* The 66th annual Tartan Ball is on at Orange Ex-Services' Club. Traditional music, dancing and pipe band. Tickets $40, call the club on 6362 2666 to book.
* Metal Scarrs have a gig at the Oxo. Three Sydney bands will perform from 9pm. Organisers say it will be a colourful show with special effect and gory costumes. Doors open at 8.30am, entry is $5.
* Ben Pettit is on at the Metro Hotel from 8pm. Free entry.
* Style 33 Boutique with Hill and Crofts will hold a fashion parade at Blayney Community Centre at 7.30pm. Cost $30, $22 pensioners, includes refreshments. Contact 6368 4204 or 6366 3784. All proceeds to go to the Anglican Parish of Blayney.
Saturday August 14:
* Meet U in Molong motorcycle awareness ride is on from 10am to 3pm. Bike stalls, entertainment, rides and prizes. Molong Historical Museum will also be open from 10am to 2pm, corner of Riddell and Gidley Streets.
* Come Together Choir will perform at Landers Music from noon to 1pm.
* A Leukaemia Foundation party plan event is on at the Ophir Tavern from noon to 3pm. Five party plan companies will be there. Free event.
* Bike Week kicks off today with a range of activities across Orange over the week. Check out the full program here.
* Orange Region Farmers Market is on at Orange Showground from 8.30am to 12.30pm. Includes primary schools cooking challenge as part of Orange Sustainable Living Week from 9am to 10am. Entry by gold coin donation.
* Toot toot! Come along for a miniature train ride at Matthews Park from 1pm to 5pm. Rides by gold coin donations to the Orange Society of Model Engineers. Enclosed shoes essential.
* Chris and Daryl will perform live at the Orange Ex-Services' Club's Northcott Lounge from 8pm. Free entry.
Sunday August 15:
* Cudal Show is on with a great line up of events. Live performances by The Crack up Sisters and November Shorn Bush Band. Lots of family fun. Open 9am to 4pm, entry $7 adults, $2 children, family $15.
* Orange Public School Family Fete is on from 10am to 2pm at the public school hall, Kit Street. Rides, games, plants and produce stall, face painting and lots of family fun.
* Orange Combined Churches Choir will perform at St John's Church at 2.30pm. Entry $15, concession $12 with proceeds to the Royal Flying Doctor Service. All welcome.
* Molong village markets are on at the village green.
* Orange community markets are on at the Kmart car park from 8am to noon.
* Looking Back by Martin Coyte is on at Orange Regional Gallery. Come along to see portraits by Martin Coyte, painted over the course of his career. Free entry. Exhibition runs until Sunday October 6.
* The Director's Choice exhibition is on at Orange Regional Gallery. Lots of quirky and fun artworks on show. Free entry. Exhibition runs until Sunday October 6.
* An exciting, confronting and graphic exhibition is on at Orange Regional Gallery. Wunderkammer features 16 installations from Rod McRae's Tent of Wonders. The principle medium in all the installations was real animal skins (taxidermy). Free entry. Exhibition runs until Sunday October 6.
ORANGE Clubs are in the running for all five Blowes Clothing Cup premierships today.
All five grand finals will be played at Pride Park and the gates open at 8am.
The women play first at 9.10am with the Orange Emus Chicks taking on Cowra.
In the colts decider at 10.30am, Orange City go up against CSU Bathurst.
Orange Emus and Dubbo Kangaroos will battle for the third grade title from 12pm.
Second grade will be fought out between Orange City and Bathurst Bulldogs from 1.30pm.
The main game of the day will have Orange City and Parkes play for the first grade premiership from 3.15pm.