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Collins Booksellers Orange
230 Summer Street, Two doors down from Post Office,
ORANGE NSW 2800
Ph: 02 6369 1333
Opening Hours
Monday 9.00 5.30
Tuesday 9.00 5:30
Wednesday 9.00 5:30
Thursday 9.00 6.00
Friday 9.00 5.30
Saturday 9:00 3.00
Sunday 11.00 3.00

What's On At Collins Booksellers Orange

Banjo - Book Launch and Author Talk by Grantlee Kieza

Author Talk

You are invited to join the Friends of Orange Regional Museum for the local launch of ‘Banjo’ and a talk by author Grantlee Kieza. Bring your friends and family.Local wine, nibbles and cheese platters provided prior to talk. Tickets $20 per person

Please see details below.

Event Details:

Date: Friday, 9 November 2018
Time: 17.30
Venue: Orange Regional Museum
Price: $20.00
Contact: Bookings Essential (02) 6393 8444 or banjofriends.eventbrite.com.au
RSVP: Wednesday, 7 November 2018
Special Notes: A.B. 'Banjo' Paterson is rightly recognised as Australia's greatest storyteller and most celebrated poet, the boy from the bush who became the voice of a generation. He gave the nation its unofficial national anthem 'Waltzing Matilda' and treasured ballads such as 'The Man from Snowy River' and 'Clancy of the Overflow', vivid creations that helped to define Australia's national identity.

Meet Author Holly Throsby Talk about her New Book Cedar Valley

Author Talk

From the author of the bestselling novel 'Goodwood', comes a compelling mystery set deep within the hearts of Cedar Valley and its inhabitants. Holly Throsby is a songwriter, musician and novelist from Sydney, Australia. She has released five solo albums, a collection of original children's songs. Holly's debut novel, Goodwood (2016), was a critically acclaimed bestseller, shortlisted for the Indie and ABIA awards as well as the Davitt and Ned Kelly awards

Please see details below.

Event Details:

Date: Wednesday, 24 October 2018
Time: 17.30
Venue: Orange City Library, Byng Street Orange
Price: Free
Contact: Orange City Library 6393 8132
RSVP: Tuesday, 23 October 2018
Special Notes: On the first day of summer in 1993, two strangers arrive in the town of Cedar Valley. One is a calm looking man in a brown suit. He makes his way down the main street and walks directly to Cedar Valley Curios & Old Wares, sitting down on the footpath, where he leans silently against the big glass window for hours.The other is 21-year-old Benny Miller. Fresh out of university, Benny has come to Cedar Valley in search of information about her mother, Vivian, who has recently died.