Bathurst Community Diary

MEETING: Bathurst District Prostate Cancer Support Group will meet at Daffodil Cottage at Bathurst Base Hospital at 4pm for afternoon tea, and 5pm for a speaker. Call Tony, 6331 7267, or Dianne, 6331 9169.

MEETING: Bathurst District Prostate Cancer Support Group will meet at Daffodil Cottage at Bathurst Base Hospital at 4pm for afternoon tea, and 5pm for a speaker. Call Tony, 6331 7267, or Dianne, 6331 9169.

Monday, September 19

Bathurst CWA Evening Group will meet at the Bathurst RSL at 6pm. Call Sheena, 0438 878 853.

Bathurst Toastmasters will meet at Bathurst Panthers from 7-9pm. Call 6331 5251.

Access Committee will meet in the council chambers at 1pm. Call Bob Triming, 6332 2863.

Sofala SES will meet at the SES Shed, Sofala at 7pm.

Bathurst Legacy Widows Club will meet at the Bathurst RSL at 11.30am. Call 6331 7340.

Tuesday, September 20

Bathurst District Prostate Cancer Support Group will meet at Daffodil Cottage at Bathurst Base Hospital at 4pm for afternoon tea, and 5pm for a speaker. Call Tony, 6331 7267, or Dianne, 6331 9169.

Bathurst Handweavers and Spinners Guild will meet at the Bathurst Girl Guide Hall on the corner of Charlotte and lower William streets at 10am. Call Marcia, 6331 8596.

Bathurst Seymour Centre Carers Support Group meets on the third Tuesday at 3/55 Seymour Street. Call 6332 1449.

Wednesday, September 21

Books Plus invites the community to Kim Kelly’s launch of her new novel Jewel Sea at 6pm for 6.30pm at the Royal Society Café, Royal Hotel Building, 108 William Street. Tickets: $15 (includes light refreshments). Bar and tea/coffee facilities available. Bookings essential at BooksPlus, 6331 5994.

Saturday, September 24

Open garden weekend: “Bondura”, 250 Bridle Track Road, Duramana on September 24 and 25 from 10am to 4pm. Marcia Bonham, in conjunction with the Australian Plants Society Central West Group, will open her beautiful garden. Children are welcome. The lovingly restored heritage wattle and daub Gresser Cottage will be open for viewing too. There will be raffles, tea, coffee and home-made treats. The garden is only 20 minutes from Bathurst. Cost: $5 per head entry with proceeds going to assist Hayley Porter in her recovery. Phone Marcia, 6337 1117, for more information.

Sunday, September 25

Dragon Boat Come and Try from 10am at Chifley Dam. Twelve years or over, no experience required, equipment supplied. Bring a drink bottle, hat and sunscreen. Visit www.bathurstpandragons.org or ring Vicki on 048 768 5087.

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