Wednesday, August 29
Local history buff Dianne Barnes will present “A very dangerous place: murder and mayhem in old Bathurst town” at the Bathurst Library at 1pm. Hear about all the trouble old Bathurstians got up to in their spare time. Call 6333 6281 for more information.
Sing Australia Bathurst meets on Wednesdays from 7.15pm to 9.30pm at the Senior Citizens’ Centre at 176 Russell Street (via Flanagan Lane). For more information, call Adell, 0400 352 633, or Inez, 0411 141 699.
Kelso Community Centre at 24 Bonnor Street: breakfast club from 8-9am, child and family health from 10am-noon, playgroup from 10am-noon. Call 6331 2407.
Thursday, August 30
Bathurst Refugee Support Group will meet at Rahamim at 34 Busby Street at 5pm. Call 6332 5894.
Free legal advice clinic will be at the Neighbourhood Centre. Call 6332 4866.
Food Bank is at Bathurst City Community Club at 29 William Street on Thursdays from 9am-noon. Pension or healthcare card holders. Vegetable, fruit and bread provided free. Call 6331 3187.
Friday, August 31
Local knitters from Wrap With Love will have rugs on display from 10am to 2pm on Friday, August 31 at the Bathurst City Community Club. See the rugs and learn about this great charity that helps people all over the world. The knitters are happy to accept knitted squares and any unwanted wool (even part balls). There will be light refreshments around midday. Visit www.wrapwithlove.org/about-wrap-with-love. Call Marcia, 6337 1117.
Knit One, Chat One will be at the Bathurst Library from 10am-1pm
The National Motor Racing Museum will celebrate Father's Day this Sunday, September 2. It will also mark the 30th anniversary of the establishment of the museum by the Bathurst Light Car Club in 1988. Visit www.nmrm.com.au.
The YWCA Encore program will start in Bathurst on October 17. It targets the side-effects of surgery through mobility, stretching, aerobic and resistance exercises. Contact Marita Tipene, McGrath breast care nurse at Daffodil Cottage, on 6330 5340.