Bathurst Community Diary

FOSSIL FLICKS SILENT FILM FESTIVAL: Can your heart stand the shock of grave robbers from outer space? Edward D Wood Jnr's Plan 9 from Outer Space is possibly the worst film ever made. This 1959 Sci Fi classic is described as perfectly awful - awfully perfect. Ticket includes welcome drink and popcorn.
▪️ Friday 20 July, 6pm
▪️ Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum
▪️ Adult $20; concession/15yrs + $15
▪️ 6331 5511 
▪️ www.somervillecollection.com.au
FOSSIL FLICKS SILENT FILM FESTIVAL: Can your heart stand the shock of grave robbers from outer space? Edward D Wood Jnr's Plan 9 from Outer Space is possibly the worst film ever made. This 1959 Sci Fi classic is described as perfectly awful - awfully perfect. Ticket includes welcome drink and popcorn. ▪️ Friday 20 July, 6pm ▪️ Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum ▪️ Adult $20; concession/15yrs + $15 ▪️ 6331 5511 ▪️ www.somervillecollection.com.au

Friday, July 13

See the 1968 sci-fi/horror cult classic Night Of The Living Dead, directed by George A Romero, at the Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum at 6pm. Cost: $20 adult, $15 concession (not suitable for children under 15). Book a table for four or five people or single seats. Call 6331 5511.

Journalist and former foreign correspondent with The Guardian, Ben Doherty, will be at the Bathurst Library at 6.15pm to talk about his debut novel Nagaland, which is set in the far north of India. Call 6333 6281.

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.

Saturday, July 14

Brew and Bite will be held from noon to 9pm as part of the Bathurst Winter Festival. Enjoy a variety of market stalls, more mulled wine, whisky and gin and the famous Garden Bar.

Holy Trinity Church will hold a high tea at the Parish and Community Centre at 81 Gilmour Street, Kelso at 2pm. Cost: $25 per person. For inquiries or bookings, call Joy Press on 6337 5511 or email info@holytrinitykelso.org.au

Sunday, July 15

Finish the weekend off with Groove and Grill, hosted by Bathurst Youth Council, from 11am-4pm. Previously known as YJAM, Groove and Grill will feature performances from 10 young local musicians. There will be a range of performances, including solo and duo artists, as well as a four member band. It will be held in Kings Parade.

Monday, July 16

Bathurst Arts Council will be hosting free pavement chalk art. Kids and adults will be able to have some creative fun while wandering through the Winter Playground or while waiting for their turn on the McDonald's Bathurst Ice Rink, in the House of Mirrors or on the ferris wheel. From July 16-20, 10am-4pm. Visit www.bathurstwinterfestival.com.au.

Tuesday, July 17

Abercrombie House special limited-edition behind the scenes night tours of Abercrombie House to celebrate Bathurst’s Winter Festival will be held on July 17, 19 and 20 from 6.30pm-8.30pm. Visit www.abercrombiehouse.com.au.