Bathurst Community Diary

BIG CAKE DAY: Bathurst Red Cross will have a big cake stall on Friday, October 28 from 10am-2pm at 78 George Street.
BIG CAKE DAY: Bathurst Red Cross will have a big cake stall on Friday, October 28 from 10am-2pm at 78 George Street.

Thursday, October 20

Monthly Muster with David Bullock - “Lower Havannah Street”. The lower end of Havannah Street has changed vastly over the decades, going from brickworks and foundries to gardens. The muster will be held at the Uniting Church Activities Hall from 7.30pm. There will be supper afterwards and people are requested to bring a plate of goodies for supper. A donation box will be available for those who wish to assist with the costs of renting. Call Chris Stewart, 0408 084 450.

Ladies’ Probus Club of Macquarie (Bathurst) will meet at the Bathurst Senior Citizens’ Centre in Russell Street at 10am. Call Jennifer Wass, 6331 1626.

Bathurst Australian Breastfeeding Association Group will meet at Hope Bathurst, Gilmour Street, near Trinity Heights shops, from 10.30am-noon. Call Margie, 6337 2667, or Sam, 6337 1514.

Mental Health Carers Group will meet at the Neighbourhood Centre at 96 Russell Street at 7pm. Call Christine, 6367 9292, or Clare, 6331 4826, or visit

Friday, October 21

The second business community forum as part of Bathurst Regional Council’s development of a new economic development strategy will be held at Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre from 7.30am-8.30am. To register, phone council on 1800 44 88 96 or email​

Author talk, Remembering Ben Chifley, at Bathurst Library at 6pm. Free. Call 6333 6281.

Arj Barker’s Get In My Head at Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre at 8pm. Call 6333 6161.

CWA Craft will meet at 172 Russell Street from 1-4pm. Call Liane Torr, 6331 6292.


Big Cake Bake on Friday, October 28 from 10am-2pm at 78 George Street. The Bathurst Red Cross branch and Red Cross store will hold their Big Cake Bake to continue their great work. By enjoying a cake and cuppa on this day, you will be helping to raise money to help Red Cross continue its vital everyday work in Australia and overseas, supporting young parents struggling to provide regular meals for their families, remote communities recovering from disaster and elderly Australians.