Thursday, January 31
Bathurst Seymour Centre: never too old for friendship and fun. The centre, at 3/55 Seymour Street, is open Monday to Friday from 8.30am-5pm. Call 6332 1449.
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 is at the top of the escalators of the Bathurst City Centre in front of Tarocash and operates from 3.30pm to 6pm on Tuesdays, 5pm to 7pm on Thursdays and 9am to noon on Saturdays.
Friday, February 1
Bathurst Red Cross will meet at the Senior Citizens' Centre at 176 Russell Street at 10am. Call Vivien Cogswell, 6332 4229.
Bathurst Bridge Club welcomes new members and beginners with lessons. Five bridge sessions are held each week at the clubhouse in lower Mitre Street. Contact the secretary on 0437 270 618 for more details.
Free technology tutoring at the Neighbourhood Centre. Call 6332 4866.
Bathurst Dinner and Social Group holds weekly dinners and events. Call David, 0418 482 112, or Val, 0438 624 698.
AA Steps will meet at the Neighbourhood Centre at 7pm.
Bathurst District Bridge Club will be open at Lot 1, Mitre Street at 9.15am. Call 6331 8477.
Central West Care Café will be open at Hope Bathurst at 200 Gilmour Street from 11am-1.30pm. Call 6332 2684.
Bathurst Men’s Shed will open at 140 Havannah Street from 9.30am-2.30pm. Call Ross McCourt, 6337 2536.
The Seniors’ Festival is a celebration of the valuable contribution seniors make to the Bathurst community. An array of events, activities and entertainment will be on offer between February 13 and 24. For more information, call council’s Community Services department on 6333 6523 or visit council’s website at www.bathurst.nsw.gov.au.
Bathurst Highland Society's 42nd Annual Debutante Ball will be held on May 11. Practice nights will start on March 5 at Panthers Bathurst from 6.30pm to 8.30pm. For further inquiries, contact Elaine Egan on 6337 1283 or 0412 042 924.