SOME Bathurst RSL Club activities are coming back. Daytime bingo sessions are being held Monday, Wednesday and Friday, with session one starting at 10.45am and session two running from 12.45pm. With some limitations to the club capacity, Wednesday night bingo won't be running yet. Poker and trivia will now both be held in the auditorium, with poker running from 7pm on Tuesdays and trivia from 8pm on Thursdays. Snooker is also back from Thursday, July 2 at 7pm.
The Manning Aquatic Centre is open, but restrictions, including the temporary closure of the change rooms and showers, are in place to support social distancing requirements while COVID-19 is still a concern. Those wanting to use the centre are asked to book ahead and minimise their time at the centre. Visit the Manning Aquatic Centre Facebook page or website for more information.
Bathurst Al-Anon Family Group has resumed its meetings. Meetings are held on Tuesdays at 5pm in the Uniting Church Hall in William Street. For information, call 0431 697 143 or 0451 749 805.
Tickets are on sale for the drive-in theatre on Mount Panorama during the Bathurst Winter Festival. A double feature of The Notebook and 1980s classic Dirty Dancing will mark the return of the Bathurst Drive-In on Saturday, July 4, followed by two weeks of nightly sessions. Tickets will be sold as single car admissions, with each car allowed as many passengers as is legally permissible. All tickets must be pre-purchased and there will be a limit of 100 tickets for each session. For more information, go to www.bathurstwinterfestival.com.au.
The Neighbourhood Centre is now able to offer its AA, Men Connect, counselling, Mental Health Support Group and Community Justice programs face to face again. Call the centre on 6332 4866.
Bathurst Library has made changes to its services to ensure safety now it has reopened. To ensure social distancing, there are fewer seats and no groups are allowed. Items can be borrowed from the library, but must be returned via the chute outside. All items will be quarantined before they can be borrowed again. Time on the computers will be limited to 30 minutes and sessions must be booked in advance.