Friday, July 12
Bathurst City Community Club will host the Winter Gala: a night of festivity as the club unveils its newly renovated function room. Buy tickets at BCCC reception or Eventbrite.
Bathurst PCYC is running school holiday activities. Visit www.pcycnsw.org.au/bathurst/school-holiday-activities or have a look on Facebook.
Dr Seuss's The Cat In The Hat will be live on stage at BMEC. Visit www.bmec.com.au.
A NAIDOC Kids' Disco will be held at Bathurst South Public School from 5.30-7.30pm. It will be open to any children in the community aged four to 13. There will be free entry and a DJ.
Saturday, July 13
Bathurst Winter Festival Brew and Bite will be held from noon-9pm. A world of food will be on offer - from pasta to Vietnamese, Indian to barbecue, plus loads more to be revealed. Experience the local varieties of whiskey, gin and mulled wine while wandering through the Enchanted Forest.
Church Street will become the ultimate attraction zone for kids on Brew and Bite. Slip your way down the giant slide, explore on the African Safari train, or reach new heights on the dragon rollercoaster. Rides are just $5 per person.
Sunday, July 14
Open every day of the Bathurst Winter Festival from 9am to 9pm, the all-ages Winter Playground features the McDonald's Bathurst Ice Rink, ferris wheel, two-storey carousel and an evening light show.
Tuesday, July 16
Kaneana May, author of The One, will speak at Bathurst Library at 6.15pm. Along with her new book (about three women who get caught up in a TV dating show), Kaneana will talk about her work as a scriptwriter for TV hits such as Home And Away. To book, phone 6333 6281 or register at eventbrite: https://bit.ly/2XbdJKF
A NAIDOC Cocktail Dinner, a first for Bathurst, will be held on Friday, July 26 at the Bathurst City Community Club. Buy tickets from the Bathurst Local Aboriginal Land Council.
The Bathurst community will mark Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children's Day at an event on Friday, August 9 at Towri MACS.