LOOKING for something to do this weekend across Orange? Check out our What's On guide below.
Friday November 1
* The final Chamber Made concert will be held at Orange Regional Conservatorium, with canapes at 6.30pm and music at 7pm. Austrian and German music is this month's theme. Cost is $25 for adults and $15 for concession. Tickets at the door or call 6361 7974.
* Snapshot, the new exhibition by the Rogue Sculptors, opens at the Parkview Hotel at 6pm for 6.30pm.
* Members of Orange Art Society will open their Christmas exhibition in their rooms at the Cultural Centre from 6pm to 8pm.
* Phantom of the Opera is on at the Orange Civic Theatre at 8pm. Tickets to the must-see show by Orange Theatre Company are available from the box office on 6393 8111.
Saturday November 2
* Snapshot, an exhibition by the Rogue Sculptors, is on display at the Parkview Hotel from 10am to 4pm.
* Millthorpe Rural Fire Brigade will open its doors to the public from 10am to 2pm. Come along and meet a firefighter and check out their trucks and equipment.
* Orange Coin and Stamp Fair will be held from 9am to 3pm at the Cultural Centre, Sale Street.
* Get your car washed to help victims of the Blue Mountains bushfires. Kinross Wolaroi School students will wash your car for $10 from 10am to 3pm outside the boys boarding house on Allenby Road. All funds go to the Blue Mountains City Council Mayoral Relief Fund.
* Kinross Wolaroi School will hold a prep open day from 10am to 1pm. Come along to find out more about the school and take part in workshops and information sessions. Free entry.
* Ex-students and staff of St Joseph's School in Molong are invited along to a reunion. The reunion will start off with a mass at 9.30am followed by morning tea. The school will also be open to look through. The event is open to students and staff from any years. Call Aileen Robertson for more information on 6366 8824.
* Clergate Public School's Pics in the Sticks is back for another year. This year's movie is Madagascar 3. There will be hot food, jumping castles, mechanical bull, face painting, rides for young children and popcorn. Gates open at 5pm and the movie starts at 7.30pm. Tickets cost $10 for adults and children are admitted free.
* Phantom of the Opera is on at Orange Civic Theatre at 2pm and 8pm. Tickets to the must-see show by Orange Theatre Company are available from the box office on 6393 8111.
* 4 on the 4loor is on at the Victoria Hotel from 8.30pm. This month's line up includes The Basfords, Ash Bang Ziggy Riggi, Haylee and The Looking Glass.
* Terry Lovetts Rock n' Roll Disco is on at Orange Ex-Services' Club from 8.30pm.
Sunday November 3
* Author Andrew Tink will be at the Wentworth Mine open day to talk about his book William Charles Wentworth, Australia's Greatest Native Son at 3pm. Call Orange City Library to book on 6393 8132. Mine entry costs $2.
* Orchestras, bands, pipes and drums will help mark the 100th birthday of the bandstand in Robertson Park. This free event is open to all and starts at 11am.
* Come along for a guided walk at Orange Botanic Gardens from 8.30am.
* The Way we Were: Orange in 1927 will be screened at Odeon 5 Cinema at 6.30pm for 7pm. Tickets cost $15 and are only available by presale. Call Liz Edwards on 6362 8647 or Annette Neville on 6361 4341. Presented by Orange and District Historical Society.
* Orange Jazz Club will present a special 1950s Beatnik Jazz show at the Royal Hotel from 2pm to 5pm. The Central West Jazz Quartet will perform Beatnik Jazz hits made famous in the 1950s and popular with the Beatniks and Beat generation of the time. Free entry.
* Orange community markets will be held in the Kmart car park from 8am to noon.
* Millthorpe Garden Ramble will be held from 10am to 4pm with lots of new gardens to look through. Tickets cost $15 to look through 10 of the village's best gardens.
* Carcoar Cup Running Festival is on with ultra marathon, marathon, half marathon, teams events and children's events on offer. For more information visit www.carcoarcup.com.au.
* Come along to the Wentworth Mine open weekend from 10am to 2.30pm. See more than 100 years of gold mining history at Lucknow's intact and prominent landmark. Author Andrew Tink will be there from 3pm to talk about his book Entry costs $2, with admission for children, students and pensioners free. The talk is free, but bookings must be made on 6393 8132.
* The Three O's: Orban, Olsen and Ogburn art exhibition is on at the Orange Regional Gallery. The touring exhibition featuring the work of three noted artists and art teachers Desiderius Orban, John Olsen and John Ogburn. Orban taught both Olsen and Ogburn. Free entry.
* Come along to see Un-Four Seen, an exhibition of prints, paintings, drawings and sculpture at Orange Regional Gallery. Artists Sonja Karl, Sam Newstead, Liz O'Reilly and Leanne Thompson will have work on display.
* The NAIDOC Week 2013 Exhibition at Orange Regional Gallery celebrates and recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and their contributions in various fields. The exhibition showcases works by local indigenous artists.