From dancing to DubCon, there was a huge variety of activities across Dubbo during the long weekend.
The City of Dubbo Eisteddfod continues at the Dubbo Regional Theatre and Convention Centre with the dance program. Dancers have travelled across the state (and the Australian Capital Territory) to perform in front of adjudicator Natasha Window.
Dubbo's first board game convention, DubCon, also kicked off. Organisers were happy with the turnout with about 70 people attending on Saturday alone. It was a fun, all-inclusive way to stay entertained.
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On Sunday, the Lazy River Pop-Up markets attracted hundreds of people. There were plenty of stalls showcasing their goods, right on the bank of the Macquarie River.
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