Country Lifestyle program for 2018


Tuesday, September 18

9.30am: Monte Dwyer, former Today Show weatherman turned multi-award winning author.

9.45am: Your health in your hands – benefits and features of the national My Health Record system.

10am: Cooking scones etc on the stovetop with Diana Wegener.

10.30am: Vision Australia – helping people stay connected.

10.45am: Scone eating challenge with the radio stars.

11am: Fashion parade of garments from 2018 Country Lifestyle clientele.

11.30am: Blind Grit – an inspiring collection by disabled social entrepreneur Nikki Hind.

11.45am: Marcela Scheuner presents a dazzling circus performance.

11.50am: Healthy slow cooking in a Thermos with no ongoing power.

12pm: Prostrate cancer awareness.

12.05pm: Craig Dent, author of The Laugh that Shook the World, and illustrator Lauren Habarow.

12.10pm: Entertainment with HMFD Dreamfields musicians Ayla Spargo and Alexandra Mason.

12.35pm: Staying strong with arthritis – Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW.

12.40pm: Plugging the holes in your ageing brain – Leanne Jenkins, Naturopath.

1pm: Parade of entries in the 2018 HMFD Natural Fibres Fashion Awards with prize money totalling around $5000. Competition judged on Thursday.

1.40pm: Smudgeless lipstick with Barbara Burton.

1.45pm: The best of Central West Lifestyle magazine.

2pm: Official unveiling of the Joan Meyer stage.

2.10pm: Beautiful basic jersey garments tailored to your body shape – Jo Lucchesi

2.30pm: Fashion parade of garments from 2018 Country Lifestyle clientele.

3pm: The gift of a Guide Dog, and what it means with Debbie Kosh.

3.10pm: Fat Bob and the Blonde-Girl Torque

3.25pm: First aid can save lives – St John Ambulance.

Wednesday, September 19

9.30am: How to activate the ear for better hearing – Sound Therapy International Pty Ltd.

9.40am: Vision Australia – helping people to be connected.

9.55am: An outline of Billabong High School’s annual mental health forum.

10am: Simplicity with flowers, using what you have in the garden with Judy Knobel.

10.30am: Autism Awareness: Embrace the differences with Jo Gillespie.

10.40am: Find your fit, fabric and style – Jo Lucchesi.

11am: Fashion parade with garments from 2018 Country Lifestyle clientele.

11.30am: Providing pathways for women and their families struggling with ante natal and post natal mental health issues – Mardi Walker.

11.50am: Healthy slow cooking in a Thermos with no ongoing power.

11.55am: CWA – much more than tea and scones.

12.15pm: Entertainment with HMFD Dreamfields musician Alice Whitford.

12.30pm: Inspiring cooking in every home with Chef’s Tool Box.

12.45pm: Steve Bowen reveals his secret to a happy life, The Boomerang Theory.

1pm: Parade of entries in the 2018 HMFD Natural Fibre Fashion Awards with prize money of around $5000. Competition to be judged on Thursday.

1.40pm: Marcela Scheuner presents a dazzling circus performance.

1.45pm: Your health in your hands – benefits and features of the national My Health Record system.

2pm: Saving lives through first aid – St John Ambulance.

2.15pm: Blind Grit – an inspiring collection by disabled social entrepreneur Nikki Hind.

2.30pm: Fashion parade of garments from 2018 Country Lifestyle clientele.

3pm: Tupperware micro pressure cooker – slow cooking, fast!

3.20pm: Fat Bob and the Blonde-Girl Torque.

Thursday, September 20

9.30am: How to activate the ear for better hearing – Sound Therapy International Pty Ltd.

9.45am: Staying strong with arthritis – Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW.

10am: Jam making in the microwave with Diana Wegener.

10.30am: First aid can save lives – St John Ambulance.

10.35am: Smudgeless lipstick with Barbara Burton.

10.40am: Women in Wool with Jenni Turner, Fox & Lillie, a Natural Fibre Fashion Awards sponsor.

11am: Fashion parade with garments from 2018 Country Lifestyle clientele.

11.30am: Marcela Scheuner presents a dazzling circus performance.

11.35am: Inspiring cooking in every home with Chef’s Tool Box.

11.50am: Monte Dwyer, former Today Show weatherman turned multi-award winning author.

12pm: Saving lives through first aid – St John Ambulance

12.10pm: The best of Central West Lifestyle magazine.

12.25pm: When the going gets tough, mates step up – John Harper.

1pm: Judging of the 2018 HMFD Natural Fibre Fashion Awards with first prize valued at $3199, and prize money of $500 each for best accessory, millinery, knitted or crocheted garment plus the student encouragement award of a $250 sewer’s pack from Julia’s Fashion Boutique, Wodonga.

2.10pm: Plugging the holes in your ageing brain – Leanne Jenkins, naturopath.

2.30pm: The gift of a guide dog and what it means with Debbie Kosh.

2.40pm: Tupperware micro pressure cooker – slow cooking fast!

3pm: Prostrate cancer awareness

3.05pm: An outline of Billabong High School’s annual mental health forum.