Bathurst Region What’s On – January 2016

22nd of January: Summer Art Workshop (Cowra)australia-day-980x360
Running out of Activities for the kids these school holidays? The Corwa Regional Art Gallery was many wonderful workshops to keep your kids busy. This Friday, come along for relief printmaking with Heather Valance and take home your very own printed designed canvas bag. This workshop is for kids aged between 7 to 9 years and cost $22 per person.

23rd of January: Farmer’s Market (Bathurst)
The fourth Saturday of the month means only one thing, the Bathurst Farmers’ Markets. Don’t miss your chance this weekend to meet the local growers and taste their fresh seasonal produce. Such as, free range eggs, gourmet pies, jams and mustards, honey, plants, shrubs, fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, dried flowers, and much more. Come down to Kendall Ave and support your local community, and the Loins Club project.

26th of January: Australia Day Celebrations (Bathurst)
Don’t miss this great opportunity to celebrate your love for Australia and your local community at the annual Australia Day Celebrations at Machattie Park. The Award of the 2015 Bicentenary Event of the Year will also be presented at an official ceremony.

26th January: Australia Day Awards Breakfast (Blayney)
Come celebrate this Australia Day and the Australia Day Citizen Awards with a great Aussie breakfast at Heritage Park. Bring a panic blanket and your loved ones for a great day out with whole the family.

26th of January: Australia Day Celebrations (Oberon)
This Australia Day, bring the whole family to the Oberon Showgrounds and enjoy a delicious morning tea, great entertainment and fun games for the kids. Morning tea will be followed by an official ceremony where this year’s Australia Day Ambassador, Mr. Bob Turner, will announce the Australia Day winners.