Thursday, November 7
Ladies' Probus Club will meet at the Majellan Club at 136 Keppel Street at 10am. Call Nola, 0428 637 947 or 6331 4719.
Bathurst Combined Pensioners and Superannuants Association will meet at Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre at 9.30am for a 10am start. Call Brian, 6331 9151.
Spread Your wings art workshop will be held at The Greens on William. Paint a vivacious and elegant bird. It's all about layering colours, so is fun and simple. Tickets at www.eventbrite.com.
Friday, November 8
Multicultural Women's Group will meet at the Neighbourhood Centre at 96 Russell Street at noon. Call Isabel, 6332 3019, or Hai-Choo, 6332 4669.
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.
The free Bathurst School Starters Picnic, for all children starting big school in 2020 and their family, friends and community, will be held from 4.30pm at the Adventure Playground. Bring a picnic and rug.
Author and former prisoner John Killick will talk at Bathurst Library from 6pm about his latest book. Get the inside story on what it is really like inside NSW's most notorious prisons. Visit www.facebook.com/BathurstLibrary/.
Saturday, November 9
Reece Plumbing at 9 Bradwardine Road will hold a Bathroom 101 Workshop, taking participants through all the need-to-know information to complete a successful renovation. Tickets at www.eventbrite.com.
Miniature Horse Association of Australia will hold its first state show in conjunction with the Independent Miniature Horse Registry on November 9-10 at Bathurst Showground.
Whispers From Spirit: connecting to loved ones passed. Gather friends and family for an event from 3.30pm-9.30pm at Panthers in which connections are made and love is shared.
Meditation workshop at Bathurst Library. Explore your spirituality. Learn how to clear your mind and expand your consciousness during this presentation by local spirituality authors Dakotah Bradshaw and Vicki E O'Leary. Visit www.facebook.com/BathurstLibrary/.
A fashion parade by the Women's Group from Holy Trinity Church, Kelso will be held on Wednesday, November 13 at 10am in the Holy Trinity Parish and Community, Centre at 81 Gilmour Street, Kelso, followed by morning tea. Fashions will be by Black Pepper. Lucky door prizes and the raffle will be drawn on the day. Inquiries and bookings can be made by calling Margaret, 6331 2971, or Judith, 6331 4415.
Can Assist Bathurst will hold a fundraising Christmas lunch at the Bathurst RSL on November 14. Cost for the lunch is $40 per person and it will feature a two-course meal, tea and coffee, raffle prizes and lucky door competition. Call Barbara Piddington on 6332 1036 for tickets.
Artist and OAM recipient Graham Lupp will present a free public lecture, "Building Bathurst - the school on the hill", at12.30pm on Saturday, November 16 at St Stanislaus' College as part of the Stannies Art and Technology Show. Afternoon tea will be provided. Mr Lupp, author of the acclaimed two-volume art-history publication Building Bathurst -The Story of those who built Bathurst and Central NSW, 1815-1915, will discuss the story behind the design and architecture of the buildings of St Stanislaus' College.