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For the week 17 to 23 April, 2017


Monday 17 April, 2017

Dorrigo Community Hall
Creative Mountain Arts Exhibition 2017
The Arts Council of The Dorrigo will be presenting the Creative Mountain Arts Exhibition during the Easter holidays until Sunday, 23rd of April.
The exhibition showcases the outstanding artworks made by gifted artists and artisans living on the Dorrigo Plateau. It includes: painting and drawing, sculpture, ceramics, glassware, etchings, woodwork, textiles, jewellery, and photography. The theme for the exhibition is Ahead in the Clouds and artists are invited to imagine the future on the Dorrigo Plateau, whether utopian or dystopian!
For further information please contact the Convenor, Sandra Pitkin on 0409 515 226 or visit the Arts Council's website.
Monday 17th to Sunday 23rd April, 2017


National Marine Science Centre
Solitary Islands Aquarium
The Solitary Islands Aquarium, part of the National Marine Science Centre, Southern Cross University, is open every day during the NSW school holidays and every weekend from 10am to 4pm.
Come along to experience and interact with the unique marine environment of the Coffs Coast. There are feeding demonstrations, visual displays, children’s activities and more!
The aquarium is located at 2 Bay Drive, Coffs Harbour.
Entry is: $12 for adults; $8 for children; $30 for a family (2 adults, 2 children); $10 concession; free for children under 3.
For further information please call 6648 3931
Monday 17th to Tuesday 25th April, 2017


The Art Factory
FLUX Exhibition
The Art Factory is opening a new exhibition called Flux featuring recent works by four of the Coffs Coasts most renowned and popular artists. The artists are: JP Willis, Sara Bowen, John Van Der Kolk, and Georgie Lucock.
The Art Factory is located at 2 / 151 Orlando Street, Coffs Harbour. The exhibition will run until Saturday, 6th of May.
For enquiries please phone 6658 0300.
Monday 17th April to Saturday May 6th, 2017


Bunker Cartoon Gallery
The Phantom Art Show Exhibition
A spectacular new exhibition has opened at the Bunker Cartoon Gallery - The Phantom Art Show – which celebrates the history of one of the world's greatest comic strip characters over the past 80 years.
More than 30 artists have contributed their interpretations of the Phantom, also known as the Ghost Who Walks, through a variety of media and styles. The Bunker Cartoon Gallery has been transformed into the Skull Cave and the world of the crime fighting superhero, The Phantom. The exhibition runs until the 14th of May.
The Gallery, on John Champion Way, is open 7 days a week from 10am - 4 pm.
Admission is $5 adult, $3 child,under 16, under 5s free For enquiries please phone 6651 7343.
Monday 17th April to Sunday 14th May, 2017


Showground Gallery
Autumn Art Exhibition
The Autumn Art Exhibition is currently on at the Showground Gallery, and will run until Thursday, 18th of May.
The exhibition showcases the art of the Coffs Harbour Arts Group members and their take on the season of Autumn. Mediums include - Acrylics, Calligraphy, Drawing, Fibre art, Oils, Origami, Pastels, Photography, Watercolours, and more.
The Exhibition is open Mondays to Saturdays, from 10 am to 3 pm.
For further information visit the Group's website or phone the Gallery on 6652 2545.
Monday 17th April to Thursday 18 May, 2017


Tuesday 18 April, 2017

Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery
Pinned to the Wall & 10 Years of EMSLA Exhibitions
The Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery will be opening two new exhibition on Friday 3rd of March - Pinned to the Wall, an exhibition of works by Susan O'Doherty which explores themes of domestic violence and gender inequality; and 10 Years of EMSLA, an exhibition of past winners and acquisitions from the first ten years of the Eutick Memorial Still Life Award.
For enquiries please phone 6648 4863
Tuesday 18th April to Saturday 22nd April, 2017


Coffs Harbour Botanic Gardens
Exploring Estuaries - Coffs Creek
The Department of Primary Industries - Marine Parks – will be holding a free information session on Exploring Estuaries at Coffs Creek on Tuesday 18th April from 10am to 11:30am, at the Coffs Harbour Botanic Gardens.
You will explore a mangrove ecosystem, and learn how to identify different types of mangroves and the creatures that call this unique environment home.
This is a free activity, but bookings are required. For further information and to book please phone Chantelle Burns
on 6691 0606
Tuesday 18th April, 2017


Wednesday 19 April, 2017

Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery
Create NSW Coming to Coffs
Are you involved in the arts and are looking for funding opportunities ?
Then come along to the Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery on Wednesday 19th of April from 3pm to 5pm.
Staff from Create NSW (the new combined Arts NSW and Screen NSW organisation) will be there to let you know about some of the funding opportunities now available. Come and meet the new team and also network with other artists.
This is a free event but places are limited. For further information please phone 6658 9400
To book go to the Eventbrite website.
Wednesday 19th April, 2017


Saturday 22 April, 2017

Woolgoola Men's Shed
Open Day
The Woolgoolga Men's Shed is having an Open Day on Saturday, 22nd of April from 8am to 12pm.
If you're looking for a new piece of wooden furniture, second-hand bike or after something to be made, come along to the Woolgoolga Shed Open Day. Products for sale have been hand made or repaired by the 44 members of the shed and include tables, chairs, pieces of wood turning, second hand bikes, old tools and more.
The shed is located north of Woolgoolga, behind the tennis courts, near the high school.
For further information please phone 6654 2813.
Saturday 22nd April, 2017


Cavanbah Centre
Mid North Coast Woodworkers' Exhibition
The Mid North Coast Woodworkers' Exhibition will be held on Saturday 22nd to Sunday 23rd of April at the Cavanbah Centre, from 10am to 4pm.
The exhibition includes fine woodwork, gem stones, and art and craft from members of The Men's Shed, Coffs Harbour Lapidary Club, the Woolgoolga Art Group, the Sawtell Art Group and the Coffs Harbour Quilters & Neddlecraft group.
Entry is free.
Saturday 22nd to Sunday 23rd April, 2017


Sunday 23 April, 2017

Coffs Creek Estuary and Jetty
Harbour History Walk
Coffs Ambassadors Tours will be running a Harbour History Walk on Sunday 23rd of April, from 10am to 12 pm.
Your guide will be 2AIR presenter, Adrian Paul, who will tell you fascinating stories of the rich history of the area, including the Aboriginal and European history of Coffs Harbour.
This is a 2km Easy grade walk from Coffs Creek estuary to The Jetty and return.
The walk is free but you need to register at the Our Living Coast website or phone Coffs Coast Visitor Information Centre
on 6648 4990.
Sunday 23rd April, 2017


Tuesday 25 April, 2017

CEX Club, Coffs Harbour
ANZAC Day Service & Activities
5.20am - Dawn Service at the Cenotaph
6.00am – ANZAC Day Breakfast in the Auditorium
9.30am – Cenotaph service commences
10.00am – Club opens for normal trade
10.30am – Free children’s lunch in the Entertainment Lounge (for children who have marched)
Includes a two course Lunch & Entertainment, with Special Guest, comedian, Jean Kittson.
Cost: Adults $25.90 ; Ex-Service Personnel – Free
2.00pm – Two Up commences on the North Lawn
5.00pm – Flag lowering at the Cenotaph
Tuesday 25th April, 2017




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