The event which is to be held on Saturday, February 8 will go ahead in the hope that getting together at a fun community event can help boost the spirits of people in our area.
There will be lots to do and see including art and photography, schoolwork, needlework and handicrafts, cooking, horticulture, fruit and vegetables and wool.
The 2020 Rydal Showgirl will be announced at 3.30pm.
Entry will cost $10 per adult and $2 for a child under 16. A family of two adults and two children will set you back $20 and pensioners can get in for $5.
Gates open from 6am
Bushfire recovery service
Lithgow Mobile Bushfire Recovery service will be available to residents at Lithgow Library between 4 and 6pm on February 6, 13, 20 and 27.
RSPCA Community Relief Point
RSPCA NSW will be at Tony Luchetti Showground on Saturday, February 8 between 10am and 2pm to assist community members affected by the recent fires.
There will be free dog food, pet supplies, flea, tick and worm treatment for dogs and fodder (whilst stocks last).
WIRES morning tea
A morning tea to raise funds for local bushfire affected native animals will be held on Friday, February 14 at Lithgow Railway Station from 7am til sold out.
Lithgow Film Society
Lithgow Valley Film Society will be hosting a new release film on Friday, February 10 at 10.30am and on Sunday, February 9 at 2.30pm.
The new release is titled 'The Keeper' and is a look at how a German POW and a young English woman overcame prejudice, personal tragedy and public hostility as World War II came to an end.
On Saturday, February 29 Hoskins Uniting Church will be hosting their annual parish fete between 9am and 1pm. There will be cake stalls, book stalls, entertainment and a barbecue.
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