Bathurst Community Diary

Whether it is sewn, knitted or even quilted, Rankin Cottage has every beautiful craft.
Whether it is sewn, knitted or even quilted, Rankin Cottage has every beautiful craft.

Thursday, October 12

Arthritis NSW Support Group will meet at the Bathurst RSL from 10am-noon. Call Nelma Brooks, 0431 829 709.

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

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

Free legal advice clinic will be at the Neighbourhood Centre at 96 Russell Street. Call 6332 4866.

Food Bank is at the Bathurst City Community Club at 29 William Street on Thursdays from 9am-noon. Pension or healthcare card holders. Vegetables, fruit and bread provided free. Call 6331 3187.

Friday, October 13

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

Dog training: Greater Western All Breeds Agility at Bathurst Showground at 5.15pm for set-up. Call 6332 4520 or visit

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

Coming up

Thursday, October 19

The Bathurst Historical Society Monthly Musters are held in the Uniting Church Activities Hall (between the church and the 1837 hall) in William Street, opposite Machattie Park. Musters, which begin at 7.30pm, are open to the public. There is a tradition of having supper afterwards and people are requested to bring a plate of goodies for supper. A donation box will be available if you wish to assist with the costs of renting. For further information, please contact Monthly Muster Master Chris Stewart on 0408 084 450.  

Saturday, October 21

Holy Trinity Church Spring Fair will be held in the Parish and Community Centre at 81 Gilmour Street, Kelso from 9am-1pm. There will be plenty of parking, lots of stalls and cakes, slices, jams, preserves, a barbecue, light refreshments and brewed coffee. A chocolate wheel will operate throughout the morning and the raffle will be drawn at 1pm.

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