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News Update

The program and timetable are now on line - there will be a few additions when you get on site.

News updates are now dated so you will be able to check it more easily

March 2016

The program and timetable are now on the web - both in low resolution pdf so you can download easily.

Travel safely

Crow Chronicle #11 - welcome Pete Denahy
Exciting news - Pete Denahy will join us on Wednesday night. If you haven't seen Pete, he is a talented musician and a very funny man as well. More details coming soon
Crow Chronicle #10 has exciting news about extended early bird registration for friends, Gumly Store helping with bread, milk and ice, Bolinda Audio Books, games days and heaps more......
Market stall applications are open - you have a choice of providing your own cover (and tables/chairs etc) or going undercover in one of our marquees (limited numbers available). Prices from $20 for a 3x3m outside or $25 for the same size inside. Larger sizes costed proportionately.
An updated list of our Crow supporters - the traders and town based businesses who are involved with making this Festival something special for the flock.
February 2016 Crow Chronicle #9 is a reminder about early bird registrations closing at 9 am on March 1 and more additions to the Daddy Day Care woodwork and now marquetry/scroll saw/pen turning demonstrations.
Crow Chronicle #8 - now on line and includes the entertainment and ukulele/guitar programs.

You can print out a timetable for the entertainment program and the ukulele/guitar sessions through these links.

Entry forms for the gReyVee awards are now available for the Poetry (original 32 line), photography (A4 and 6x4") and Textiles

You are welcome to enter even if you can't attend the Festival. If you are entering these competitions, entries can be lodged on site on arrival - full details on the entry form.

Crow Chronicle #7 is now available on line.

It's getting closer by the day till the flock gathers at CrowLand.

January 2016

Thanks to the Wagga Wagga Tourism staff here is a list of all the events on around town for the months of March and April.

Also a list of major events in the Riverina region.

These are the attachments to Crow Chronicle #6 which goes out tonight.

Crow Chronicle #5 - a volunteers update - if you have offered to be a Crow Assistant or would like to be, then this is for you. We value our volunteers, the Festival would not be able to operate without you all. A big THANKS!

Crow Chronicle #4 is now on line for your information. Mainly concerns Squawkers' Permits and entry on March 22 (Tuesday, the first day of the Festival).

Please read carefully.

November 2015

The latest Crow Chronicle #3 is ready for you to read. As always new updates and more information.

For those who wish to volunteer to assist at the 2016 Festival. We really appreciate all our helpers - it couldn't happen without you.

Our booking forms have been updated to reflect that only unpowered sites are available (or extended generator area sites from 7 am to 10 pm). The waiting list for powered sites will only be for medically necessary equipment.

October 2015

The second edition of the Crow Chronicle is now available - click here for lots of new information.

Editions will be more regular now we are in the six month countdown phase and more activities are finalised.
If you wish to be added to the database, please email to be included in our email out.

September 2015

We haven't been hibernating - there are all sorts of organisational "stuff" getting done in the background.

The latest Crow Chronicle has now been unloaded to keep you up-to-date with what's happening.

June 30

Exciting news - we have confirmed Melanie Hall and Susie Carcary - probably better known as Mel and Susie on Tour - to be another of our guest entertainers at Stone the Crows 2016.

The girls are fantastic fun and will be joining our poetry segments - this promises to be heaven for all bush poetry lovers as we will have them, Noel Stallard and John Seers together with our own Vinne Beetson, Yvonne Nichols and Paul Dunell and other walk up poets to keep you smiling.

Don't forget John Smith that fantastic bush balladeer will also be coming - together with Lucky Star, Greg Hooper, Rodney Vincent and of course Jamie Way (how many of you didn't fall in love with his voice last time) as Dominos Pizzarotti.

All this makes me think we will need a big pappa 'pleep or nanna nap before and after the Festival!

May 25 2016 Stone the Crows Festival bookings now open - website updated and uploaded
Don't forget if you wish to get the Crow Chronicle newsletter emailed to you - send an email to
May 22 Emails sent to those who have paid a deposit during the 2015 Festival so they can complete their bookings
April 11 Result of the 2015 gReyVee Awards - congratulations to all
  Photos taken over the site at sunset - thanks to Mike and Deb for their drone and these beautiful images
Earlier 2014 We got Bronze for Festivals and Events at the NSW Inland Tourism Awards
Powered sites are already fully booked - any applications for power are now on waiting list for cancellations
Loyalty or group discounts are only applicable for the full Festival
Unpowered sites available in all areas - sites are only confirmed when full payment is received.

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