Friday, April 21
The End Festival of arts and culture at Hill End will begin on Friday. It will be held from 6.30pm-10.30pm on Friday, 11am-10pm on Saturday and 10am-4pm on Sunday. Call 1300 072 757.
CWA Bathurst will meet at 172 Russell Street from 10am-noon, followed by a guest speaker/lunch. Call Madeleine Nassar, 6332 9080.
Saturday, April 22
Jazz at Vale Creek Wines at 438 Cows Flat Road, Georges Plains from 1pm until sunset. Call 6337 2011.
The Abercrombie Autumn Antique Market Weekend will be held at 311 Ophir Road from 2.30-4.30pm on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets at the gate. Call 6331 4929.
Farmers’ Markets will be held from 8am-noon at the Bathurst Showground.
LiveBetter Community Services family fun day will be held from 10am to 1pm on Saturday at 225 Howick Street. It will include a free barbecue, live entertainment, face-painting, a jumping castle and lucky door prizes, as well as an opportunity to find out more about the National Disability Insurance Scheme and services and tour the facilities.
Sunday, April 23
An Afternoon At The Proms will be performed at Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre at 2pm. Bookings: 6333 6161.
A Settler’s Cottage Accommodation Tour – take a tour of three charming cottages. Meet at 140-144 Keppel Street. Tour will run from 2-5pm. Bookings essential. Call 0412 028 717.
History Mystery Tour from 1-4pm: meet at Bathurst Courthouse. Book at Bathurst Visitor Information Centre, 6332 1444.
My Block – a walk and talk around a Bathurst block from 10am-11.30am. Meet on the corner of William and Keppel streets out the front of St Michael and St John’s Cathedral. Bookings at Bathurst Visitor Information Centre, 6332 1444.
Tarana Community Farmers’ Markets will be held at the Fire Shed at Tarana from 10am-2pm. Call 6337 5867. This month's demonstration will be Allendale Free Range Eggs with John and Leisa candling eggs.
Kurremi Scenic Railway at Turon Technology Museum, 5833 Ilford Road, Sofala. Call 6358 8434.