Thursday, August 2
Ladies’ Probus Club will meet at the Majellan Club at 136 Keppel Street at 10am. Call Nola, 0428 637 947 or 6331 4719.
Central West Bushwalking Club will meet at the Bathurst Croquet Club in Durham Street at 7.30pm. Call 6331 7791.
Bathurst Combined Pensioners and Superannuants Association will meet at the Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre in William Street at 9.30am for a 10am start. Call Brian, 6331 9151.
Looking for a new friend? Cleo, Oscar and Scout are looking for homes. For more information, call the Small Animal Pound on 6332 2643 or visit the pound between 12.30pm and 2pm from Monday to Friday.
Friday, August 3
Bathurst Red Cross will meet at the Senior Citizens' Centre at 176 Russell Street at 10am. Call Vivien Cogswell, 6332 4229.
Saturday, August 4
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 this Saturday and Sunday, August 4 and 5. Check www.bathurstartstrail.com or the Bathurst Visitor Information Centre to find out which studios are open.
Bathurst Regional Art Gallery curator’s talk: hear from the Jam Factory’s senior curator, Margaret Hancock Davis, at a free talk about the touring exhibition STEEL: art design architecture. The talk will be held this Saturday, August 4 at 11am. RSVP on 6333 6555.
Bell Tower tours by arrangement. Tickets: $5 per person or by donation. Call 6332 2830
Oberon Farmers’ Markets will be held at St Barnabas Church. Call 6329 8210.
A free screening of the film Hope Road will be held on Thursday, August 16 at 6pm at Room 233, Building 1292, CSU Bathurst. It will be followed by a Q and A session with the film director. This event is part of CSU’s 2018 Exploration Series. It is sponsored by CSU in collaboration with the Bathurst Refugee Support Group. Visit www.bathurstrefugeesupportgroup.com or www.news.csu.edu.au/events/bathurst.
Award-winning author Ursula Dubosarsky will discuss her new children’s book Leaf Stone Beetle on Friday, August 17 at 10.30am at Bathurst Library.