1. Sports Crazy Camp
Thursday to Friday, July 11 to 12 - Borambola Sports and Recreation Centre
Keeping the kids occupied over the school holidays has just gotten a little easier with this sports camp for ages 13-15. Learn new skills in sports like Ultimate Frisbee, rock climbing, archery and even fencing. Make new friends, cook damper under the stars get active.
2. Strictly Ballroom
Thursday, July 11 - Wagga Civic Theatre
See the classic Baz Luhrmann story live on stage, presenting a professional ballroom dancer and his efforts to follow his heart and defy the odds.
3. Vegetable swap or buy
Saturday, July 13 - Demonstration Gardens
Wagga's community gardens hold a weekly event where locals can bring their own fruit and vegetables to swap with other attendees, or buy fresh produce from the community garden with all proceeds going back into the care of the garden facility.
4. Ladysmith Tourist Railway Open Day
Sunday, July 14 - Ladysmith Railway Station
One of the last remaining stations on the old Tumbarumba railway line beginning operation in 1917, Ladysmith station is opening its doors to the public to catch a glimpse of the heritage, equipment and stories behind the facility at its on-site museum.
5. French Cuisine Cooking Class
Sunday, July 14 - Food I Am
To celebrate Bastille Day discover the are of French cuisine though layering flavours and making every bite count. Learn both traditional and modern techniques to serve up a four course menu of amuse, entree, main course and dessert from start to finish.
6. Alliance Francais French Film Festival
Sunday, July 14 - Forum 6 Cinemas
Celebrate Bastille Day with eight newly released French films at the 12th annual French Film Festival. All films are highly reviewed and normally only shown in capital cities so take the chance to see them right here in Wagga.