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For the week 18 to 24 September, 2017


Monday 18 September, 2017

Anglican Hall, 4 McLean St, Coffs Harbour
Sing Australia Choir Coffs Harbour
Sing Australia is a national network of choirs with a difference. There are no auditions, no pressure, no need to read music. It's just lots of fun and good for your health !
Come and join us and put a song in your heart. We meet on Mondays at the Anglican Hall, McLean Street, Coffs Harbour from 7pm-9pm.
Sing Australia gives everyone the opportunity to join with others to sing a wide range of songs in a relaxed environment.
For more information call Maggie or Brigit on 0408033720 or 0410058394
or visit the Sing Australia website.
Monday 18th September, 2017


The Art Space, Urunga
Seaside Rendezvous
Proudly presenting the 4th exhibition at The Art Space, 13 Bonville St., Urunga.
The exhibition seeks to celebrate the richness of local art, with a focus on the seaside. We are fortunate to have a talented and diverse group of artists for this exhibition, with works ranging from sculpture and ceramics to mixed media, photography, painting, and drawing.
The exhibition runs until the 29th of September.
Gallery hours: Tuesday – Sunday 10 am – 4 pm.
For more details phone the organiser on : 02 6655 9998
Monday 18th to Friday 29th September, 2017


Bunker Cartoon Gallery
29th Rotary Cartoon Awards
The Bunker Cartoon Gallery's latest Exhibition features cartoons taking part in the 29th Rotary Cartoon Awards.
There were over 360 entrants in six categories, and the exhibition showcases the very best of Australian cartooning, from political cartoons to caricatures to comic strips.
The exhibition runs until Sunday 1st of October.
The Bunker Cartoon Gallery is open every day from 10am until 4pm.
Cost: Adults $5; Children Under 16 $3; Friends of the Gallery and children under 5, free entry.
For further information please phone: 6651 7343.
Monday 18th September to Sunday 1st October, 2017


Showground Gallery, Coffs Harbour
Glenreagh Mountain Railway Art Exhibition
The Coffs Harbour Creative Arts Group's next exciting exhibition at the Showground Gallery is the Glenreagh Mountain Railway Art Exhibition opening Saturday, 2nd of September.
Come along & enjoy finger food, drinks, members' paintings, drawings, and fibre art, as well as railway memorabilia & GMR information.
All for a gold coin donation! The exhibition runs until October 11, Monday to Saturday 10 am to 3 pm.
For more information, contact the Gallery 0417 650 447 or 0448 655 960 or email CHCAG@icloud.com
For further information, visit the Coffs Harbour Arts Group website.
Monday 18th September to Wednesday 11th October, 2017


The Art Factory
Donna Simmeoni Exhibiting at The Art Factory
Donna Simmeoni lives in a world of colour and she wants to share it with you.
The Art Factory is located at 2/151 Orlando Street, Coffs Harbour
Monday 18th September to Tuesday 17 October, 2017


Tuesday 19 September, 2017

Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery
Gallery Collection & Jonathan Crowther, Jane Wilson
A new Exhibition will be opening at the Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery on Friday, 18th of August.
It features gems from the gallery's own collection, as well as new works by artists Jonathan Crowther and Jane Wilson.
Jonathan Crowther's work explores the relationship between the digital image and painting, while Jane Wilson's work depicts how our experiences of joy, confusion and loss are often seen in our faces.
The exhibition runs until 23rd of September, and the Gallery is open Tuesdays to Saturdays from 10am to 4pm.
For further information please phone: 6648 4863 or go to the Gallery's website.
Tuesday 19th September to Saturday 23rd September, 2017


Coffs Harbour Regional Museum
From Hardwoods to Soft Cottons Exhibition
The Coffs Harbour Regional Museum's exhibition – From Hardwoods to Soft Cottons will run until Saturday, 30th of September.
The exhibition showcases photographs and objects from Coffs Harbour's early timber days, alongside personal and household textiles created by women for their families, highlighting the differing experiences of work for men and women in the early days of settlement.
The Museum is located at 215 Harbour Drive, Coffs Harbour, and is open Tuesdays to Saturdays from 10am to 4pm
For further information visit the Museum website.
Tuesday 19th September to Saturday 30th September, 2017



Thursday 21 September, 2017

Harry Bailey Memorial Library
The Watershed - Book Launch
The Watershed is a collection of seven poems, presented as a hand-bound artefact that reflects the beauty of the landscape it was inspired by. Each poem sits alongside stunning images by local photographer Craig Fardell, showcasing the wilderness locations the poems were conceived in.
Chris Armstrong is a writer whose poetry has appeared in numerous Australian literary journals.
The event is free with wine, finger food, tea and coffee served from 5:30pm for a 6pm start.
Chris will read works from the collection as well as new poems.
Images by Craig Fardell, from some of the remote and inaccessible locations that inspire Chris' poetry, will also be on display.
Where: Harry Bailey Memorial Library, Cnr Coff & Duke Streets, Coffs Harbour
Time: 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Refreshments served from 5:30 for 6:00pm start.
Cost: Free
For more information phone 6648 4900, or visit the Library website.
Thursday 21st September, 2017


Bellingen Memorial Hall
Bellingen (Fine) Music Festival
The fabulous 2017 program is now complete for the 8th Bellingen (Fine) Music Festival on 21-24 September.
This major annual event is proudly organised and presented by the Bellingen Community Arts Council.
Over the weekend, the lovely town of Bellingen comes alive with music in the streets, parks, cafes and especially in the Bellingen Memorial Hall with its admired acoustics.
With the support of Musica Viva, we are thrilled to announce that renowned piano duo Elena Kats-Chernin and Tamara-Anna Cislowska will head the festival line-up.
For more information visit the Bellingen Music Festival website.
Thursday 21st to Sunday 24th September, 2017


Saturday 23 September, 2017

Beach Street Woolgoolga
Curryfest celebrates the unique Punjabi heritage of Woolgoolga, immediately obvious from the Sikh temple on the hill as you enter town.
For the last twelve years thousands have descended on the beachside town to soak up Indian music and dancing and sample curries from all over the world.
The main festival day features over 170 food and market stalls, a special kids zone with rides and entertainment, a mindfulness and meditation zone for those seeking inner peace and two stages of entertainment. As well as main festival day, increasingly lead up and follow on events are encouraging a longer stay.
For more information visit the Curryfest website.
Saturday 23rd September, 2017


CWA Grounds, 21 Elizabeth Street, Sawtell
Sawtell Family Market
Held 4th Saturday each month. A vast range of handmade, cards, artworks, craft, soap candles. jewellery, incense, plants, CD's /DVD's cakes, and breads.
Grab a bargain with pre-loved clothing, books and other treasures, enjoy a BBQ breakfast or lunch or a delicious Devonshire Tea with tea and coffee.
The Sawtell family market day is a monthly market and is on rain, hail or shine as it is held indoors at the CWA Hall, spilling out onto the surrounding lawn on fine days.
8:00am to 1:00pm
Entry is free
Saturday 23rd September, 2017


Sunday 24 September, 2017

Coffs Regional Community Garden
My Little Green Thumb – Gardening with Children
Nurture the young green thumb in this creative hands on workshop designed to inspire and engage young ones in the beauty of growing and caring for nature.
Discover a new interest, or make new friends, experiment with ways to live a healthful and sustainable life. ALL WELCOME! Bookings essential.
Free refreshments are provided during the workshops.
Presented by Jutta Caldwell and Phil Connor
Where: Coffs Regional Community Garden, Coffs Harbour
Time: 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Book now at the Our Living Coast website.
Sunday 24th September, 2017


Tuesday 26 September, 2017

Carpark - North of Woolgoolga Surf Club
Principles for Coastal Dune Restoration
Most of our dunes are battered by wind and seas and have suffered from impacts from human activities in the past.
This area in Woolgoolga has been looked after by volunteers for a number of years and is quite typical of many beaches.
Carl Freeman has many years experience with dune revegetation and restoration and he will take us through those low cost and effective methods that we can apply.
Where: Carpark, north of Woolgoolga Surf Club, Hofmeier Close, Woolgooga
Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Cost: $0.00
Book now at the Our Living Coast website.
Tuesday 26th September, 2017


Look At Me Now Headland
The Great Sea Turtle Adventure- for Kids
On this walk at Look At Me Now Headland, near Emerald Beach, intrepid young explorers will learn all about ancient sea turtles and travel with them on their great migration to far-away nesting grounds.
This is a 1.5km Medium grade walk (there are some steps and steep areas, it is suitable for people who walk occasionally).
On the way they'll explore the wonders of the ocean, face terrible dangers, and hear how these mysterious animals have survived, and made this incredible journey, since dinosaurs walked the Earth.
Please note that children under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult and are the responsibility of their guardian at all times.
Where: Look At Me Now Headland, Emerald Beach
Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Book now at the Our Living Coast website.
Tuesday 26th September, 2017




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