Friday, October 12
The Wolfe Brothers and Gord Bamford and Jody Direen will perform at BMEC. Book on 6333 6161.
Classics for Harp and Soprano will be performed in the Orchard Room at Mitchell Conservatorium from 7pm. Cost: $30 adult, $20 concession, $80 family of four. Call 6331 6622.
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, October 13
Bathurst High School 1973-1978 reunion will be held from October 12-14. Visit www.trybooking.com/xnym to book.
Kayte Woog and Kim Berry, the women behind the international hit podcast, The Hot Flush, will perform a live show at The George Hotel at 3pm. Tickets are available at www.eventbrite.com/e/lessons-in-plucking-the-hot-flush-live-tickets-49548970304?aff=efbeventtix.
The Mayfield 2018 National Cool Climate Wine and Food Festival returns for its second year. Visit www.facebook.com/MayfieldGarden/.
Sunday, October 14
Amputee Support Group will meet at 1pm. For details, call Henry on 0421 559 981.
Monday, October 15
Walking with Confidence, a program for over 65s, will be held at St Catherine's at 51 Gormans Hill Road from 10am to 11am. Falls are the leading cause of injury for older people. Falls in and around the home can affect your health immediately and in the long term. Call 1300 103 418 for more information.
Bead and Wirecraft Guild Bathurst will meet at the Stamp, Coin, Collectables and Lapidary Club in Park Street, Eglinton at 10am. Call Judy, 6337 1705, or visit www.beadandwirecraftguild.com.au for more information.
Bathurst CWA Evening Group will meet at the Bathurst RSL at 6pm. Call Sheena, 0438 878 853.
Bathurst Toastmasters will meet at Panthers Bathurst from 7-9pm. Call 6331 5251.
Access Committee will meet in the Council Chambers at 1pm. Call Bob Triming, 6332 2863.
Sofala SES will meet in the SES Shed at Sofala at 7pm.
Bathurst Legacy Widows Club will meet at the Bathurst RSL at 11.30am. Call 6331 7340.
Tuesday, October 16
Police youth liaison officer Constable Matthew Holden will be at Bathurst Library to discuss using the internet safely and understanding cyber bullying and online grooming. Call the library on 6333 6281 for bookings.