Bathurst Community Diary

Friday, October 13

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.

Dog training: Greater Western All Breeds Agility at Bathurst Showground on Kendall Avenue at 5.15pm for set-up. Call 6332 4520 or visit www.greaterwesterndogs.com.au.

Bathurst Dinner and Social Group meets for weekly dinners and events. Call David, 0418 482 112, or Val, 0438 624 698.

Saturday, October 14

Bridge Club will be open at Lot 1, Mitre Street at 1.15pm. Call 6331 8477.

Bathurst District Historical Museum will be open in the east wing of the courthouse from 10am-4pm. Call 6330 8455.

Weight Watchers will meet at the All Saints’ Cathedral Church Hall in Church Street at 8.30am. Call 131 997.

Tree planting day at the Apex Jubilee Reserve, Ophir Road. Plant trees, shrubs and grasses any time from 9am to noon as part of the continuing efforts to restore natural areas. Please wear covered shoes and clothing suitable for being outdoors. Visit www.bathurst.nsw.gov.au/treeplanting

Sunday, October 15

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.

Coming up

Tuesday, November 7

Macquarie Care Centre Auxiliary will hold its Melbourne Cup Luncheon at the Holy Trinity Church Hall, Kelso on Tuesday, November 7 from 11.30am. There will be musical entertainment, lucky door prizes and a fashion parade by Belle Chemise showing the coming season's fashions. Cost per person is $30 and this includes lunch, desserts, tea and coffee. For more information or bookings, call Joyce Cranston, 6331 1893.

Thursday, November 16

Can Assist will hold its Christmas Luncheon at the Bathurst RSL on November 16 from noon for 12.30pm. There will be a two-course lunch with tea and coffee plus great raffle prizes. For tickets, please contact Barbara Piddington, 6332 1036. Tickets are $35 per person. Tables of eight to 10 or single bookings are welcome.