Bathurst Community Diary

HELPING HAND: Legal Aid will be at Kelso Community Centre at 24 Bonnor Street, Kelso from 10am-noon. Call 6331 2407.
HELPING HAND: Legal Aid will be at Kelso Community Centre at 24 Bonnor Street, Kelso from 10am-noon. Call 6331 2407.

Wednesday, September 12

Bathurst Community Climate Action Network will meet at 12.30pm at the Bathurst Neighbourhood Centre at 96 Russell Street. Email Bob Hill, bhill@csu.edu.au

Daffodil Cottage Volunteers will meet at Daffodil Cottage in Howick Street at 4pm. Call 6339 5347.

Diabetic Association Bathurst Branch will meet in the Bathurst RSL at noon. Call Alan McRae, 6331 5404.

Bathurst Netball will meet in the netball clubhouse at 261 Durham Street at 7pm.

Innerwheel of Bathurst will meet at the Bathurst RSL at noon for 12.30pm. Call Lesley, 6337 1203.

Legal Aid at Kelso Community Centre at 24 Bonnor Street, Kelso from 10am-noon. Call 6331 2407.

Dementia Australia will present Healthy Brain Ageing, a free discussion that addresses dementia myths and provides information on normal ageing and memory loss. Learn five simple steps to maximise brain health and how to help reduce the risk of developing dementia. It will be held from 10.30am-12.30pm in the HACC Room at the Seymour Centre. Call 0407 615 480, email Jenny.roberts@dementia.org.au or call the Seymour Centre on 6332 1449.

Visiting practitioner, Simmone Cser, is holding pilates classes for women at the Central West Women’s Health Centre on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 5.30pm-6.30pm. Cost is $180 for the 10-week term. Call 6331 4133 or email information@cwwhc.org.au. Places are limited to six women only, so register early to avoid disappointment.

Thursday, September 13

Dementia Australia will present Healthy Brain Ageing for a second time in the week from 1pm-2.30pm in the HACC Room at the Seymour Centre. Call 0407 615 480, email Jenny.roberts@dementia.org.au or call the Seymour Centre on 6332 1449.

Saturday, September 15

The Tarana Fight For Farmers fundraiser will be held from noon to midnight at the Tarana Hotel. It will feature a jumbo raffle, live auction, face-painting and live music, among other activities. All the money raised on the day will go to the Tarana Fight For Farmers not-for-profit charity to assist in financial aid, help with goods and services needed and ongoing support.