Friday, June 21
Celebrate International Make Music Day at Bathurst Library with live music, a streamed live concert and hot chocolate. Activities will start at 6.15pm, kicking off with a live performance by local a cappella group, High Tops. The event is free, but bookings are essential.
Author Amanda Hampson will discuss her latest book, Sixty Summers, a funny and astute tale about the joys and challenges of enduring friendships, at a free talk at Bathurst Library from 10.30am. Bookings are essential. Call the library on 6333 6281, inquire at the front desk or register at eventbrite.com.au
CWA Day Branch meets on the third Friday each month at 72 Russell Street, Bathurst with a cup of tea from 9.30am and meeting from 10am-noon. Stay for a sandwich and a chat. All ladies welcome to join. Contact Helana, 0438 696 789.
CWA Day Branch Handicraft meets on the second Friday each month at 72 Russell Street, Bathurst from 10am-noon. All ladies welcome. Contact Iris, 6331 5059.
Saturday, June 22
Pencil to painting art class with Kay Chapman. Call 6331 4022.
Dog training: Greater Western All Breeds Obedience and Agility Club will be at the Bathurst Showground on Kendall Avenue from 8.45-11am. Call 6332 4520 or visit www.greaterwesterndogs.com.au
Denison Dog Obedience Club will be at Eglinton Showground from 8.30-10.30am. Call Wendy, 0403 216 779, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Girl Guides in Bathurst offers a chance for girls aged six-and-a-half to 17 years a chance to learn life and leadership skills and have fun with friends at weekly meets plus camps and outings. Call Kellick, 6337 4161, or email email@example.com
Bathurst Parkrun will be held from 8am at Bicentennial Park.
Bathurst City Community Club will host the Winter Gala on July 12: a night of festivity as the club unveils its newly renovated function room. Buy tickets at BCCC reception or Eventbrite.
More than 50 exhibitors, employers, and education and training providers are expected to feature at the Bathurst Jobs Expo at BMEC on July 30.
Tim Collison from Leprosy Mission Australia will talk about leprosy in Papua New Guinea and how the people of Bathurst can help when he talks at the Bathurst Uniting Church at 140A William Street from 2pm-4pm on Saturday, August 3. There will be no cost to attend.