Back to Singleton 2020 Events

According to historical documents, 2020 will mark 200 years since the naming of St Patrick’s Plains – the area we now know as Singleton – on 15 March 1820 by an exploration party led by John Howe, which included Benjamin Singleton and two Aboriginal trackers.

Back to Singleton 2020 from 13-15 March 2020 is designed to be a whole-of-community commemoration focusing on the history of St Patrick’s Plains as well as what we love about living, working and playing in Singleton. Whether you’re a long-time resident or a frequent visitor, this is an opportunity to learn more about our area, come together to reflect on the people who wove the fabric of our community and look forward to the opportunities of the Singleton of the future.

Click here to view the event program.

Singleton homecoming
Singleton day out
Singleton Soiree
Seniors festival and high tea
singleton combined services dinner
womens day celebrations
monthly rally and back to pony club day
hedweld open to the public - facility tours
singleton lunch, tennis and croquet
all saints anglican church open day and evensong
new empire ballroom ragtime dance orchestra
singleton hospital reunion
singleton garden viewing
bushwalk together
singleton tidy towns 2020 garden competition
singleton emergency services expo
History of the christian israelite church community
singleton high tea and fashion parade
singleton show rodeo
hunter valley food and wine festival
10th putty road truck drivers memorial
cystic fibrosis breathe ball
singleton business excellence awards
singleton naidoc celebrations
high tea in the grand hall
ancestry of founding members of christian israelite church in singleton
glendon school of arts back in time devonshire tea
presentation on the lifestyle of members of the christian israelite church
singleton show
hunter coal festival
singleton show campdraft