WAUCHOPE BRANCH CWA AGM
Friday October 13, 10am CWA rooms, 51 High Street. New members welcome. Contacts: 65851077, 65827164.
JACARANDA HOUSE CREATIVE HUB
Stillness, an exhibition of fine art by acclaimed Telegraph Point artist, Jo Braas. Meet the artist: 3pm on Friday, October 13.
WAUCHOPE BONSAI GROUP
Rotary Hall, Oxley Lane, 10am on Saturday 14 October. This month’s presentation is about maples as bonsai.
Each meeting has a display of bonsai, presentation, and workshop time. Bring a tree to work on. Enquiries to Steve 0413585116.
Coffee on Saturday October 14 is at Oasis by the River, North Haven at 9:30am. Saturday is also the Pink Ribbon Ride, Meet at the Donut departing at 10:30am sharp for Wauchope, Kew, Laurieton and a BBQ at Bonny Hills Tavern.
Mid-Week Ride on Wednesday October 18 will be a Northern run, meet at the Donut at 9am. All riders welcome.
KEATON FAMILY FUNDRAISER
Saturday October 14, from 9am at Timbertown IGA.
Sausage sizzle in support of family who lost their house and all belongings at Toms Creek.
WAUCHOPE OLD BOYS CUP
Wauchope Racecourse, Saturday October 14, gates open 12 noon.
COMBOYNE GARDEN WALK
Sunday October 15, 9am-4pm, 16 gardens, $10 per adult, children free. Tickets from the Comboyne Community Centre.
RANCH RIDING CLINIC
by Lara Coventry Cox Wauchope Showground from 9am Sunday October 15 by the East Coast Appaloosa Paint Western Performance Association.
$20 for members or $30 Contact Liane on 0431 576 213
BEECHWOOD BILLYCART CLASSIC
Sunday October 15 from 9am at Beechwood Pub, market stalls, hot rod and historical society displays.
The adult 5 km course down Pappinbarra Hill goes from 11am. Kids’ billycart races down Main Street afterwards. There will be crab races, kids rides and live music from 2pm.
WAUCHOPE ARTS HALL
Award-winning folk duo Twin Peaks from Canada supported by local band, Jamuka. Sunday October 15. Doors open 7.30pm for 8pm, $25/$20.
WAUCHOPE COMMUNITY PROGRESS ASSOCIATION AGM
Monday October 16, 7.30pm, Wauchope RSL Club.
WAUCHOPE BLUES AGM
Tuesday October 17 at the Hastings Hotel from 6.30 pm. A great family orientated club to be involved with.
TELEGRAPH POINT SCHOOL COUNTRY FAIR
Saturday October 21, 9am-3pm, games and entertainment. Devonshire tea and lunch and stalls selling plants, books, veggies, trash and treasure, clothes and more.
ROTARY MONSTER BOOK SALE
Wauchope Showground Hall.
- Thursday October 26, 12-5pm
- Friday October 27, 10am-5pm
- Saturday October 28, 9am-5pm
- Sunday October 29, 10am-1pm
Any donations of books will be received from noon on Thursday.
WAUCHOPE UNITING CHURCH GARAGE SALE
Saturday October 28, 9am-1pm. Also a BBQ.
Raising funds to help continue the Friday Meals programme and other outreaches of the church. Hope to see you there.
Donations of any saleable goods will be gratefully received by calling Carol 65852560 or Robin 65851766 for pick-up.
Wauchope Country Club Saturday October 28, 6.30pm.
Music by Coastal Suns, finger food. Tickets $30 from M&S Offset Print and Mid Coast Uniforms.
All funds support The Reading Seed. Contact: Liz 0438853887, Raelene: 0407853539.
TOTS MUSIC TIME
St Matthew’s Anglican Church Hall, Cameron Street. 1st and 3rd Thursday at 9.30am
30 Bain St. Tuesdays 10-12noon. $3 per family. Phone Heather on 0429 592235
WAUCHOPE PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB
7pm, every 2nd and 4th Wednesday at Wauchope RSL. All welcome. Contact Jane on 65852683 or Sue on 0409 076 746.
Wednesday 7.30pm Uniting Church Hall, Hastings Street. Ring Gary 6586 0253.
KUCA FOR KIDS
Primary-aged children Fridays, Uniting Church Hall. 3.15-5.15pm. Phone Carolyn on 0418 244473.
NATIVE STINGLESS BEE COURSE
in Wauchope on Thursday October 26 from 10am to 4pm. Restricted to 40 people at a cost of $40 each.
Bookings can be made through Patrick McEntee, firstname.lastname@example.org (preferably) or 0400 483 305.
JOHN OXLEY 199th CELEBRATION WEEKEND
At Mount Seaview Resort, Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 October
Bookings and $50 deposit essential, Jeannette Rainbow 0424226258 Jeannette.email@example.com
WAUCHOPE CHAMBER AGM
Wauchope RSL Club, Monday October 30, 6pm.
Featuring an interview with the Mayor, Peta Pinson.
AUTHOR KIM HODGES
Wauchope library Tuesday October 17, 2.30pm.
Flying in the Sky to Drowning in the Sea – a lived experience of mental illness.
BROKEN BAGO DAY CLUB
Thursdays, 10am-2pm, Wauchope RSL.
Quiz, games, gentle exercises, entertainment and guest speakers. All welcome. Info: 6586 1991