The "Colour Me Happy" and Festival Fun Run are two of the most popular events of Cowra's 2017 Festival of International Understanding.
The "Colour Me Happy" run is on Saturday, April 1 at Bellevue Hill at 3pm.
This kaleidoscope of fun and colour involves runners bracing the gauntlet of various powdered tints of the rainbow along the 3km route in an extravaganza of laughter and light. For "Colour Me Happy" run route, click here:
For the more serious runners, Cowra Festival Fun Run will be held on Sunday, April 2.
Also starting from Bellevue, this series of races starting from 6.30am caters for athletes of all abilities, ages, and enthusiasm from a two-kilometre kid's dash to five-kilometres, 10km, up to a 21km half-marathon. For Fun Run route, click here:
Official program for this year's exciting Festival of International Understanding is now available at Cowra Council at 116 Kendal St or click here.
Belarus is the 2017 guest nation for this unique 10-day event which celebrates Cowra's commitment to world peace and the community of nations.
Starting Friday, March 24, with the Festival Peace Ceremony and Official Opening at the Cowra Peace Bell, another major feature of the Festival is the Street Parade starting at Brougham Park on Saturday, March 25.
Belarus is a picturesque central European country that borders Poland, the Ukraine, Lithuania, Latvia, and Russia, and is known for its grand fortifications and primeval forests with a modern capital, Minsk.
Major highlight of this year's event is a performance by the Belarus youth dance group, Rovesnik, who are being billeted throughout Cowra.
Other highlights include the Youth Ambassadors Dinner on Friday, March 31, the "Colour Me Happy" Colour Run on Saturday, April 1, and the Cowra Festival Fun Run on Sunday, April 2.
A new Telecommunications Infrastructure Support Guide explaining the NBN rollout and Mobile Black Spot Program was recently launched.
The Support Guide has been specifically designed to assist businesses and community groups to better understand how they might be affected by telecommunications infrastructure roll-outs planned for the region and, importantly, how they might contribute to the development of telecommunications infrastructure.
The Guide also encourages business and community groups that can contribute information to Mobile Network Operators to help rectify mobile black spots.
For a copy of the Guide, go to: www.rdacentralwest.org.au/initiatives/telecommunications/