Friday, October 14
t.arts Gallery exhibition openings at Bathurst Chase at 6pm: print works and paintings by Briony Hodgson in Running Standing and the Bathurst Potters Group’s hand-made treasures in Cool Clay.
Multicultural Women’s Group will meet at the Neighbourhood Centre at 96 Russell Street at noon. Call Isabel, 6332 3019, or Hai-Choo, 6332 4669.
Ex-servicewomen will meet at the Bathurst RSL. Call Jenny Toohey, 6332 4530.
Saturday, October 15
St Pat’s school and rugby league reunion at Majellan Bowling Club from 11am. For more information, call Terry Burke on 0418 697 761 or John Larkin on 0418 417 517.
Bathurst Farmers’ Market will be held at the Bathurst Showground from 8am-noon. Gold coin entry.
Sunday, October 16
Mini steam trains will be running across from the Adventure Playground in Durham Street from 11am-3pm. Covered shoes must be worn. Tickets: $2. Call 6331 5798.
Choral Evensong at All Saints’ Cathedral in Church Street at 4.30pm. Guest speaker included. All free. Call 6331 4711.
Art in the Park on River Road and Stephens Lane from 2-4pm. Free. BYO art materials. Call Rachel, 0428 311 534.
Blayney Farmers' Markets will be held in Carrington Park from 8.30am.
Monthly markets will be held from 9am-1pm at the Senior Citizens’ Centre at 176 Russell Street. Drop in for beautiful hand-crafts, jewellery, plants, books and buckets of buttons. For more information, call 6337 3618.
Bathurst PCYC High Tea event will be held at Abercrombie House on Sunday, November 6 at 2.30pm. Members of the circus classes will be “busking” around the house and in the rooms. There will be self-guided tours and a traditional high tea. It’s a $45 per head ticketed event and all profits will go towards purchasing new equipment for activities at the club. Call the PCYC on 6331 2191.
The bus to the Chatswood Skin Cancer Clinic will go on Wednesday, November 30, leaving at 6.30am from the back of McDonald’s. Bookings at Marietta's, 233 George Street. Phone 6331 1078. Book soon to get your choice of doctor.