Monday, March 23
Children's library programs have been temporarily cancelled at Bathurst Library. This includes story time, baby rhyme time, after school club and Lego club. The library will otherwise continue to operate as normal for the time being.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and for the health and safety of the community, Bathurst Regional Council has cancelled upcoming events:
- Sustainable Living Expo and An Evening with Ed - cancelled; refunds will be provided.
- Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour - rescheduled to November.
- Heritage Trades Trail - cancelled; refunds will be provided.
- Chase the Rainbow - cancelled
Free women's walking group meetsMondays at 9.30am and Wednesdays at 12.30pm at the Central West Women's Health Centre at 20 William Street. For more information, call Ann-Marie, 6331 4133
Bathurst Camera Club will meet in the Macquarie Room at Panthers Bathurst at 8pm.
Macquarie Lions Club will meet at theBathurst RSL at 6.30pm for 7pm. Email Judith Ryan, firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, March 26
Bestselling rural fiction author Nicole Alexander will discuss her new novel The Cedar Tree at an author event at Bathurst Library on March 26 at 6pm. It will be a free event, but bookings are essential. They can be made by calling the library on 6333 6281 or via Eventbrite bookings online.
Saturday, March 28
PCYC Bingo and Games Night will be held on March 28 from 6.30pm at the Family Hotel. Special menu will include drinks, cocktails, mocktails, dinner and dessert. Tickets are $10. Contact the club to book a spot. Phone 6331 2191 or email Bathurst@pcycnsw.org.au.
Youth Week is coming up and Bathurst Library has some free workshops for ages 12 to 14.
On Friday, April 3, join author, songwriter and self-styled "nerd" Tyrolin Puxty for Mind Matters - a mindfulness, gratitude and meditation workshop. The session will aim to help participants say goodbye to stress and enter the quantum world of imagination and good mental wellbeing.
On Saturday, April 4 will be Poetry Wordshop. With a focus on writing for performance, this workshop will aim to get participants excited about the writing process and using their own experiences and communities for inspiration. Places are limited for each workshop. Call 6333 6281 to book.