Bathurst Community Diary

VISIT TODAY: Rankin Cottage, for crafts galore, is open seven days a week at 117 Rankin Street from 10am-4pm.  Call Pam Shurmer, 6331 7572.
VISIT TODAY: Rankin Cottage, for crafts galore, is open seven days a week at 117 Rankin Street from 10am-4pm. Call Pam Shurmer, 6331 7572.

Friday, January 12

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

Disability Information Advocacy Service will be at the Neighbourhood Centre at 96 Russell Street from 9am-4.30pm. Call DIAS, 6332 2100, or email admin@dias.net.au.

Multicultural Women’s Group will meet at the Neighbourhood Centre at noon. Call Isabel, 6332 3019, or Hai-Choo, 6332 4669.

Drop-in immunisation clinic will at Bathurst Base Hospital on level three from 9am-1pm. Please bring blue book and Medicare card. Call 6330 5677.

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

Rankin Cottage, for crafts galore, is open seven days a week at 117 Rankin Street from 10am-4pm.  Call Pam Shurmer, 6331 7572.

Central West Care Café will be open at Hope Bathurst at 200 Gilmour Street from 11am-1.30pm. Call 6332 2684.    

Bathurst Men’s Shed will be open at 140 Havannah Street from 9.30am-2.30pm. Call Ross McCourt, 6337 2536.

Coming up

Professor Robyn Sloggett, Australia's leading expert on conservation, is coming to the Bathurst Regional Art Gallery on Thursday, January 25 at 6pm. If you would like to listen to Professor Sloggett speak, please RSVP to jo.dicksen@bathurst.nsw.gov.au by January 22. Entry will be by gold coin donation. For further information, call 6333 6555, or visit the gallery Facebook page or the website www.bathurstart.com.au.

The Bathurst Arts Trail offers free entry to artists’ studios on the first full weekend of each month. The next trail will be held from 10am-4pm on Saturday and Sunday, February 3 and 4. Check www.bathurstartstrail.com or the Bathurst Visitor Information Centre for more details and to find out which studios are open.

Keith Painter, renowned researcher and writer, will talk about the history and mystique behind Hassans Walls at the Bathurst District Historical Society Monthly Muster on Thursday, February 15.