Saturday, October 5
* Orange Coin and Stamp Fair is on from 9am to 3pm at the Cultural Centre, Sale Street.
* Royden Donohue will perform at Orange Ex-Services' Club's Northcott Lounge from 8pm. Free entry.
* 4 on the 4loor is on at the Victoria Hotel from 8.30pm. This month's line up includes Jackie and Charlie, Alix Riley, Pearso, Skinpin and GTO.
* The Highwaymen tribute group will perform at Orange City Bowling Club at 8pm.
Sunday, October 6
* A guided walk will be held at the Orange Botanic Gardens from 8.30am.
* Come along to St John the Evangelist Anglican Church in Lucknow at 10.30am to celebrate 140 years of continual worship at the church. The service will be followed by a lunch.
* Fabulous soul jazz singer Kate Cooper will join the Central West Jazz Quartet for a gig from 2pm to 5pm at the Royal Hotel.
* Orange community markets are on at the Kmart car park from 8am to noon.
* Come along to the Wentworth Mine open weekend in Lucknow from 10am to 2.30pm. See over 100 years of gold mining history at Lucknow's intact and prominent landmark. Entry is $2, children, students and pensioners are free.
* Hunt for a relic at the Hill End markets this weekend at the historic Royal Hall. Open from 10am to 3pm across the weekend. Visit the website here for more information.
* Your last chance to see Martin Coyte's Looking Back exhibition at the Orange Regional Gallery is this weekend. Come along to see portraits by Mr Coyte, painted over the course of his career. Free entry.
* Don't miss The Director's Choice exhibition at Orange Regional Gallery before it closes on Sunday. Lots of quirky and fun artworks on show. Free entry.
* Feathering the Nest exhibition by Josephine Jagger-Manners is on at Jayes Gallery, Molong. It examines how birds and people are alike in creating secure and pleasing homes. The gallery is open 10am to 4pm Wednesday to Sunday.
* 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.