AN intimate night of jazz will be held in the Heritage Ballroom at Abercrombie House featuring the Abercrombie Jazz Men this Friday, December 7 from 8.30pm to 11pm.
These guys will perform a repertoire of modern and classic jazz standards.
Tickets are $40 adults and $30 students and bookings are essential.
Call the Bathurst Visitor Information Centre on 1800 681 000 or Abercrombie House on 6331 4929.
The ticket includes cheese platters, tea and coffee and BYO is welcome.
FIONA Edmeades is a Sydney-based artist who has undertaken a residency at Ambleside Studios, Essington Park, Oberon.
Fiona is running an upholstery workshop this weekend at Tremain’s Mill.
It’s fully booked, but you are invited to drop in between 10am and 4pm and see what it’s all about and perhaps make a booking for next year!
THIS year will be the 40th anniversary of Carols by Candlelight in Bathurst.
Mitchell Conservatorium and Reliance Bank are thrilled to bring the community together to celebrate the Christmas season.
With outstanding local performers, a visit from Santa and your favourite Christmas sing-along carols, this will be an event not to be missed.
Bring your blanket and chairs, pack your picnic and celebrate Christmas with your town.
It will be held this Sunday, December 9 from 7pm to 9.30pm. For more information, call 6331 6622.
MEET bestselling author and journalist Peter FitzSimons when he talks about his book Mutiny On The Bounty in the Piper Function Room at the Oxford Hotel in Bathurst on Tuesday, December 11 at 6pm.
Tickets are a very affordable $8 and bookings are essential from BooksPlus: 6331 5994 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A PRESENTATION of early Bathurst photographs has been amalgamated into an exhibition at Old Government Cottage of the early years of Bathurst.
A timeline presentation is laid out so visitors can see the development of Bathurst and surrounding area and how the Europeans crossed the Blue Mountains, how the road was built by Cox, and aspects of the convict settlement.
Old Government Cottage at 16 Stanley Street is open from noon to 4pm every Sunday until Christmas.