The Festival kicks off on the Thursday evening with the opening of the Art exhibition at the Grenfell Art Gallery. And from there, through to the Monday a wide array of exhibitions, events and entertainment will be on show for all tastes and ages. Art and photography exhibitions, short story and verse competitions, a colourful street procession, children's rides, market stalls, street entertainment including busking and live music are just a few of the wonderful events taking place over the Festival weekend. Don't forget the car show, guinea pig races, Iandra Castle open day, open gardens, open galleries, quilt exhibition, shearing demonstrations and more that ensure you have plenty to see and do! If you've never been to the Henry Lawson Festival, or if you're looking for something different to do over the 2019 June long weekend in Central West NSW, then this might just be the perfect long weekend to come to Grenfell and experience all that the town and surrounding areas have to offer. Grenfell is a RV Friendly town - Grenfell welcomes you! Of course accommodation books out quick, so if you would like to stay in Grenfell make sure you book in quick. The Grenfell Caravan Park is a short walk from Main Street. The property has a capacity for 22 vans with all facilities and conveniences. There are multiple cabins, powered and unpowered camping sites. Property facilities include barbecue, guest laundry, shared washing machine and shared dryer. Pets are allowed by arrangement and conditions apply. The manager Mark Hewen is happy to help and can be contact on 02 6343 1194. Further information can also be found on their website www.grenfellcaravanpark.com.au. The Grenfell Caravan Park offers CMCA members a discount. Once the caravan park is full we suggest contacting the local showground secretary to book in - 02 6343 1928. Limited power sites are available at the Showground, however there are many unpowered sites available. The showground also has new shower and toilet amenities. Further out of town, about a 30minute drive, is the Weddin Mountains National Park - While there is a formal camping area at Ben Halls camp, there are other opportunities for camping in the park on the Holy Camp side. Further information can be found on the National Parks website.