Parks across Blayney and Cabonne will host concerts by the likes of Josh Maynard, Nerida Cuddy and Clancy Pye as part of March Music Month.
The program is an initiative of Blayney and Cabonne councils under the state government's Festival of Place Summer Fund.
Audiences are encouraged to bring a blanket or rug, small foldable chairs and all the fixings for a picnic.
The concerts are free however for coronavirus safety RSVP via Eventbrite is essential.
The concert schedule:
Saturday March 13
Kurt Fearnley Park, Carcoar
- Josh Maynard / Nerida Cuddy
Sunday March 14
Dr Ross Memorial Recreation Ground (Hill Street entry), Molong
- Dave Webb / Robbie Mortimer and the Young & Wild
Saturday March 27
Carrington Park, Blayney
- Clancy Pye / The Hip Replacements
Sunday March 28
Reserve next to the Corden Store, Cudal
- Momentum / Gabemusic
Meanwhile, Sculptures by the Bush returns for 2021 and the call is out for creative thinkers to put old farm materials, hay bales and other items to good use by turning them into a sculpture.
Sculptures by the Bush grew out of the Hay Bale Art Challenge to cover the whole of Blayney Shire with a variety of different categories.
The event will have three different classifications - Hay Bale Art Challenge, Farm Art Challenge and Scarecrow Challenge.
The Hay Bale Challenge is for sculptures made primarily out of hay while using a variety of artistic resources such as paint, cardboard, fabric, wood and other recycled materials.
The Farm Art Challenge is any sculpture or artwork made out of any farm related resource that isn't primarily hay bales, and could include corrugated iron, wire, wood and old machinery.
Entries into the Scarecrow Challenge can be traditional bird-frighteners or may follow a theme.
The sculptures will form an art trail throughout the district, which will run from Thursday April 1 to Sunday April 18.
Register at Blayney Shire Council website.
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