Bathurst Community Diary

OUT THERE: Moons, a floor talk by Ray Pickard of the Bathurst Observatory, will be presented by the Friends of the Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum on Sunday, June 25.

OUT THERE: Moons, a floor talk by Ray Pickard of the Bathurst Observatory, will be presented by the Friends of the Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum on Sunday, June 25.

Friday, June 16

CWA Bathurst will meet at 172 Russell Street from 10am-noon, followed by a guest speaker/lunch. Call Madeleine Nassar, 6332 9080.

CWA Craft will meet at 172 Russell Street from 1-4pm. Call secretary Joy Press, 6337 6511.

Bathurst Uniting Youth Group (for six to 12 years) will meet in the Church Hall in William Street at 7pm. Call Pete or Julie Sackett, 6359 5046.

Child and Family Health Service Bathurst Hospital drop-in clinic will be on level three from 9am-1pm. Sleep, weight and feeding behaviour can be discussed. Call 6330 5677.

Saturday, June 17

Buddhist monk Gen Kelsang Dawa will talk from 2pm-4pm at Pranayoga Centre, 97 Keppel Street. He will be talking about the true nature of reality and how wisdom solves our problems and gives us permanent peace of mind and, eventually, the everlasting joy of enlightenment. Cost: $15. Call 4385 2609 for more details.

Sunday, June 18

Over 35 years rugby open day will be held at the Carcoar Sportsground from noon. The Bathurst Old Bulls Rugby Club and the Orange Emulators will take each other on in a modified version of the game that focuses on friendship and fraternity. Contact team manager Allen Spencer, 0409 947 997. 

Old Government Cottage will be open from noon to 4pm.

Monday, June 19

Bathurst Lady Golfers will hold their Biggest Morning Tea on Monday, June 19 from 9.30am. All welcome. Entry will be by donation and there will be raffle prizes and great food. So far this event has raised more than $10,000 for cancer research.

Coming up

Sunday, June 25 

Moons, a floor talk by Ray Pickard of the Bathurst Observatory, will be presented by the Friends of the Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum. This will be the first of a series of illustrated talks about the moons in our solar systems. Cost: $6 members, $8 non-members and children free with a paying adult. Includes a light lunch. RSVP by June 23. Call 6331 511 or drop in to 224 Howick Street.

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