Wednesday, August 9
Bathurst Jobs Expo will be held from 9am at Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre in William Street. The expo is proudly sponsored by TAFE NSW Western Institute. Pop in and chat with the diverse range of exhibitors, from Mary Kay through to the Defence Force. The expo is perfect for school students, job-seekers or anyone considering a career change.
Bathurst Community Climate Action Network will meet at the Bathurst Neighbourhood Centre at 96 Russell Street at 12.30pm. Email Bob Hill, firstname.lastname@example.org
Daffodil Cottage Volunteers will meet at Daffodil Cottage at Bathurst Base Hospital in Howick Street at 4pm. Call 6339 5347.
Diabetic Association Bathurst Branch will meet at the Bathurst RSL in Rankin Street at noon. Call Alan McRae, 6331 5404.
Bathurst Netball will meet in the netball clubhouse at 261 Durham Street at 7pm.
Innerwheel of Bathurst will meet at the Bathurst RSL in Rankin Street at noon for 12.30pm. Call Lesley, 6337 1203.
Legal Aid at Kelso Community Centre at 24 Bonnor Street, Kelso from 10am-noon. Call 6331 2407.
Central West Branch of the Australian Plant Society will meet at the Bathurst City Community Club from noon-2pm. Call Marcia, 6337 1117.
Thursday, August 10
Bring your littlies to Kids Play For Free at Hope Bathurst on the corner of Gilmour and Hereford streets - fun early childhood activities on the second and fourth Thursday of the month from 9.30am-10.30am.
Friday, August 11
Mitchell Conservatorium will present The Acacia Quartet performing in the Orchard Room at MitCon Bathurst at 7pm. Visit www.acaciaquartet.com
Sunday, August 13
Bathurst Country Music is 33 years old. The club will hold its birthday concert at 6pm at the RSL Club. Everybody will be welcome at this family event. Gold coin donation. Call Chris, 0403 713 512.
Wednesday, August 16
Michael Whittaker from Bathurst Real Estate, Sarah Kunst from Reliance Bank and Rachael Thurn from Kenny Spring Solicitors will host an interactive free first home buyers information night in Gunthers Lane in the Reliance Building in Russell Street.