Ryde Eisteddfod 2016 is now entering the final week - Saturday 3rd September is the last day of competition.
Dance concludes with jazz, tap and entertainment solos.
Speech concludes with the Rotary Scholarship events
Instrumental concludes on Saturday evening with the piano finals which also includes the Edna Wilde Award for most Outstanding Instrumental Soloist for 2016.
Eisteddfod Season - July to September
November 30th 2016 - 2017 syllabus became available ONLINE
January 15th 2017 - online ENTRY became active
April 23rd to April 30th - staggered deadlines for various disciplines.
Main Eisteddfod Information go to menu item General Information
For help with regard to entries and other items related to using this website please contact the online administrator
If you get stranded while making an entry or searching for information hit the Eisteddfod button at the top of the picture heading the page
The Eisteddfod was established in 1989 by Ryde City Council and handed over to a volunteer team in 1990, with great support from Ryde City Council, both in the provision of venues and in direct sponsorship. Because of generous donations by businesses, clubs and individuals from Ryde and the wider Sydney region the Eisteddfod awards valuable prizes and scholarships in its five discipline areas
The Eisteddfod includes a Seniors section (50 plus) for older members of the community, emphasis on entertainment as well as excellence.
FOR NAVIGATING THROUGH THE WEBSITE - use the MAIN MENU to search for information and to make official entries.
The Eisteddfod is a non-profit, volunteer-run organisation which consists of a Committee and a large band of helpers. This is an exciting community initiative - please follow the links to the Volunteers pages if you would like to know more about being involved.