Thursday, August 9
Arthritis NSW Support Group will meet at the Bathurst RSL from 10am-noon. Call Nelma Brooks, 0431 829 709.
A community Justice of the Peace desk has opened at the Bathurst City Centre for those who need access to a JP to complete documents. The desk will be located at the top of the escalators of the Bathurst City Centre in front of Tarocash and will operate from 3.30pm to 6pm on Tuesdays, 5pm to 7pm on Thursdays and 9am to noon on Saturdays.
Friday, August 10
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.
Author Aoife Clifford, a former Bathurst resident, will launch her new crime novel Second Sight at 6pm at BooksPlus. Tickets for the book launch are $5 and seating will be limited. Bookings are essential on 6331 5994 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, August 14
Dementia Australia will present Healthy Brain Ageing, a discussion that addresses the myths about dementia and provides information relating to normal ageing and memory loss, at Hope Church, on the corner of Gilmour and Hereford streets, Kelso, from 10am-noon. This free session is suitable for anyone who is interested. RSVP via Bathurst Seymour Centre.
Wednesday, August 15
The Macquarie Care Centre Auxiliary monthly meetings are returning to the St Vincent's Hospital function room from August 15. The meetings start at 2pm, where all new members are very welcome. An afternoon tea is provided at the end. Contact Sandra Larnach on 6337 3848 or Beverley Stuart on 6331 5254 for more information.
Thursday, August 16
A free screening of the film Hope Road will be held at 6pm in Room 233, Building 1292, CSU Bathurst. 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.
Carmel Bendon, writer, academic and presenter of all things medieval, will be at the Bathurst Library at 6.15pm to talk about her new novel, Grasping At Water.