What's on around Wauchope

PROUD MOMENT: Mrs Julie Best with Tristan, Teo and Shane as they give Acknowledgement of Country at Wauchope Public School's first kindergarten assembly of the year.

PROUD MOMENT: Mrs Julie Best with Tristan, Teo and Shane as they give Acknowledgement of Country at Wauchope Public School's first kindergarten assembly of the year.

CELEBRATE JESUS COMMUNITY FUN DAY

THE combined Churches of Wauchope are once again running the Celebrate Jesus Community Fun Day in Bain Park on Saturday, March 25, 9am-2pm.

This is an annual event aimed at providing the community with a chance to enjoy a pleasant morning of entertainment and activities completely free of charge.

For more information contact Peter 0427 813 496 or Will 0412 847 026 or email wauchpc@bigpond.com

ST JAMES’S CHURCH BOUTIQUE COTTAGE CRAFT MARKET

Comboyne Road, Byabarra, Saturday March 18 from 10am to 2.30pm.  

An Aladdin’s cave of beautiful goods, such as quilts, cushions, scarves, wraps, rugs, knitwear, woodwork and jewellery.  Info: 6585 2019.

HASTINGS COUNTRY MUSIC FESTIVAL

On Friday night, March 17, the Members Country Music Concert will be at the Wauchope RSL Club Auditorium, with a gold coin donation. 

On Saturday morning, at 9.30am, there’s a Junior Walk Up followed by a sing-along with Walk Up visiting and local artists at the Bago Tavern from 11am.

On Saturday night, March 18, the main concert is at Wauchope RSL, starting at 7.30pm, admission $10.

On the bill are special guest artists Graham Doubleday and Big Al Herbert, known as Double Trouble, the Sunset Duo of Shirley and Brian Appleyard from Newcastle, and Bush Balladeer and songwriter Micheal Claire from Taree.

They will be supported by 2016 Talent Quest participants, Peter Smith and Jeffrey Keena, and the Hastings Ramblers.

On Sunday, March 19, from 9am, this year’s Talent Quest will be held at Wauchope RSL Club.

For more details, go to the Hastings Country Music Association Facebook page.

WAUCHOPE DISTRICT REGIONAL SEMINAR

The Royal Australian Historical Society is staging one of its popular seminars with history-based workshops on Saturday, March 18, 9.30am-3.30pm at Wauchope Country Club.

 $20 covers morning tea and lunch as well.

LASIANDRA CUP

Racing at Hastings River Greyhound Club at Beechwood Road from 1pm.

LASIANDRA FESTIVAL MYSTERY WINERY TOUR

Only a couple of seats left on the Lasiandra Mystery Winery Tour this Sunday, March 19. To book a seat, phone 0412 137 621 or call into Sheryl at Heart to Heart Lingerie in Wauchope.

BROKEN BAGO DAY CLUB

Thursday March 23 10-2pm Wauchope RSL, quiz, games and gentle exercises.  Info: 6586 1991

WAUCHOPE PRESBYTERIAN PLAYGROUP

Tuesdays during school term, 10-12noon, 30 Bain Street. Cost: $3 per family. Age: birth to school. Phone Heather: 0429 592235.

KUCA FOR KIDS

A program for primary-aged children each Friday during school term at the Uniting Church hall, Hastings St, 3.15pm-5.15pm. Phone Carolyn on 0418 244473.

RIDE WITH THE ULYSSES

Coffee on Saturday March 18 is at Caramels, Lake Cathie, at 9:30am.

Ride with the Ulysses, Sunday March 19, meet at the Donut at 9am.

Southern Run, Wednesday March 22, depart Bush Wood Furniture at 9am.

WAUCHOPE PATCHWORK QUILTERS

Meet weekly at the Rotary Youth Hall on Tuesdays 5.30pm–9pm and Thursdays 9am–1pm.  Contact Helen on 0418 218 784. 

WAUCHOPE NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE

Free food every Monday from 9.30am at the centre in Waugh Street. 

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