Artists from across Orange are exhibiting their work and making use of an empty shop at the same time.
The pop-up exhibition will take place at the Summer Centre and will open on Wednesday with the official opening to take place on Saturday.
Artist Hank Spirek said the pop-up exhibition was to give local artists from several art groups a chance to show and sell their work.
He said the pop-up shop will be open from 10am to 4pm from Wednesday to Sunday each week.
Mr Spirek said he was grateful to Paul Saunders from the Summer Centre for giving them the chance.
"It's so hard for artists in Orange to exhibit," Mr Spirek said.
A new business is opening soon in Orange Arcade.
Herba Salata is a takeaway health-oriented food bar and will open in the space that was occupied by Scoop, which has relocated further into the arcade.
The planned opening date for the opening of Herba Salata is Monday December 7 and it will be open Monday to Friday from 11am to 6pm.
The business will open for lunch and dinner, with a new seasonal menu daily but with favourites appearing more frequently. Lunch will include a selection of salads, with the option to add protein such as pulled pork or Vietnamese poached chicken, along with small bites like pizza squares or caramelised onion and gorgonzola tarts.
Dinner will offer a selection of roasted vegetables again with proteins additions available.
There will be kid-friendly meals as well and all dishes made on the belief that a varied and balanced diet is the best way to eat.
Orange Vet Hospital has launched a vet hospital-based podcast providing tips and stories for pet owners world-wide.
The clinic has spent the past three years creating the Petcare TV channel on YouTube and continues to add videos.
Now, the vet hospital is also launching the Petcare Podcast, with the first series looking at a range of common pet issues and how they're treated, answering listener questions, offering puppy training tips, and introducing a few of the team.
The podcast is hosted by a range of vets that cover topics on both small and large animals.
It is the only pet care podcast in NSW, and the only multi-vet hosted podcast in Australia, and it is already charting in the top 20 Pets and Animals section of Apple Podcasts.
Orange Vet Hospital's Andrew Litchfield is positive the podcast's success will grow.
"Like our YouTube channel, this podcast gives us the opportunity to share our knowledge with international pet owners while we still provide hands-on care to our patients in the Central West," he said.
Podcasts are a mix between an audiobook and radio show and for the vet hospital, it's about sharing knowledge of animals to all pet owners in NSW to improve the animal's quality of life.
Each 15-minute episode covers a pet care topic discussed by a professional in the field as well as a training tip from Rosie Heather and diet tip from Dr Ryan Lane.
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