THE Royal Australian Historical Society will hold a special seminar in Bathurst this weekend.
It will be at the CWA hall in Russell Street from 9.30am-3.30pm this Saturday, April 6 and topics will include the range of records now available online that can help researchers, and there will be presentation on search tips and strategies to get the most out of Trove.
Hosted by the Bathurst District Historical Society, the seminar offers practical advice on assessing key record sources, followed by a range of case studies on applying this to research projects.
Cost $20 includes light lunch, morning and afternoon tea. Go to www.rahs.org.au for information.
THE community is invited to join a behind-the-scenes night tour of Abercrombie House from 6.30pm-8.30pm this Thursday, April 4.
The night tour will celebrate both the Bathurst Autumn Colours Festival and the 50th anniversary of tourism at Abercrombie House.
Bookings are essential with a limit of 25 people.
Cost $25. Phone 6331 4929 for more information.
COUNTRY music star Troy Cassar-Daley will bring his greatest hits tour to Bathurst RSL this Friday, April 5 at 8pm.
This intimate acoustic show features Troy's greatest hits mixed with stories of his life and musical journey.
Tickets $40 members, $45 non-members, $20 under-14s and $75 VIP experience. Go to www.bathurstrsl.com.au or phone 6333 2999.
THE Bathurst Regional Youth Council will host YJAM in the Park from 6pm-10pm this Friday, April 5.
YJAM is a free youth music event in Machattie Park featuring performances from young local musicians including Luke Furbank, Sweet Revenge, Belle Whitwell, Oscar Stocks, Jasmine Gold, Izzy Cobcroft, Bean, Cameron Russell, Tristan West, Brooke Webb.
Food and drinks will be available for purchase.
YJAM in the Park is a drug and alcohol free event.
THINK workshops, museum ghost tours, exhibitions at Gang Gang Gallery, new theatre from Lithgow Theatre Company, a choir, a tour, a jam, the Aussie Leather Craft Gathering in Portland, market in Millthorpe and a one man band at the Hampton Halfway House Hotel Motel - it's all happening in the next week or so.
Go to the Arts Outwest website at artsoutwest.org.au to find out more.